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Family

  • James BinderEmail author
Chapter
Part of the Current Clinical Practice book series (CCP)

Abstract

Less than 50 years ago since Wynne and Singer published a study connecting poor outcome in schizophrenia with living in a family marred by hostility and conflict [1]. Today, research has established that patients with diabetes, asthma, and other physical conditions do worse in the context of a critical or harsh family environment [2]. Critical and rejecting environments lead to poorer outcomes: nurturing environments improve the health of family members. Families can help clarify a problem or situation, encourage lifestyle changes, promote adherence to treatment recommendations, and even impact the actual physiology of a medical condition [3].

Keywords

Social Anxiety Eating Disorder Social History Family Life Cycle Family Visit 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Marshall University School of MedicineHuntingtonUSA

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