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Psychosomatic Issues in Mental Disorders

  • Benjamin B. Wolman

Abstract

Every mental disorder can lead to the development of psychosomatic symptoms. The mind-body relationship is either somatopsychic or psychosomatic, and every deviation from well-adjusted and balanced behavior can easily lead to the formation of mental or physical symptoms.

Keywords

Anorexia Nervosa Psychosomatic Symptom Endogenous Depression School Phobia Psychological Conflict 
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