Childhood Aspects of Psychophysiological Disorders
The title of this chapter can imply that discussion will be limited to the disorders of childhood. It can also be viewed as an invitation to consider the childhood or developmental aspects of psychophysiological disorders of patients of all ages. It is my intention to take the latter course.
KeywordsPsychosomatic Medicine Biopsychosocial Model Phobic Neurosis Developmental Disturbance Neurotic Symptom
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