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Paradigmenwechsel in der Erforschung der Gesundheit und Krankheitsentstehung

  • Jun Nagano
  • Bojan Godina
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Zusammenfassung

Die menschliche Gesundheit und die Entstehung von Krankheiten sind in ihren bio-psychosozialen Aspekten so komplex, dass es durch monokausal-linear orientierte Forschung kaum möglich ist, die systemischen Wechselwirkungen zu erfassen und die Gesundheit ins hohe Alter oder Krankheit vorherzusagen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Counseling and Health CenterKyushu-University JapanKyushuJapan
  2. 2.Psychologische Beratung FriedensauFriedensauDeutschland

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