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(International journal of psychosomatics[TA])
233 results
  • Implanted transmitter in maxilla: real or imaginary? [Case Reports]
    Int J Psychosom 1995; 42(1-4):65-6Torchinsky WM
  • A case report is given of a patient who came to the oral surgery office apparently in pain, but was referred by her general practitioner dentist for an evaluation of a root fragment. The periapical radiograph revealed a "filament" type opacity in the upper right canine area. It was explained to the patient, who opted for its removal. Although, the removed material appeared to be dental amalgam fr…
  • Anxiety and its control. [Review]
    Int J Psychosom 1995; 42(1-4):54-64Morse DR
  • First, a discussion is given of the several types of anxiety. Next, a review is given of the non-pharmaceutical methods of managing anxiety. Finally, an in-depth examination is made of the various types of drugs used to treat the different types of anxiety.
  • Handwashing in medicine: infrequent use of an ancient practice. [Journal Article]
    Int J Psychosom 1995; 42(1-4):44-7Hall H
  • The importance of handwashing in medicine has been identified by individuals for over 700 years. This practice, however, was not widely accepted during the early history of medicine. Handwashing was initially associated with religious and magical ceremonies. Later, public bathing became a social activity, and most recently, handwashing became associated with antisepsis and hygiene. The implicatio…
  • Stress: clarification of a confused concept. [Review]
    Int J Psychosom 1995; 42(1-4):4-24Morse DR
  • First, dictionary definitions of stress and stress-related terms are given. Next, a review of Cannon's, Selye's, and other early pioneers' stress definitions are given. Following this, current definitions are reviewed. Finally, using new findings, an up-dated version of the stress concept is presented.
  • Psychological factors in psychosomatic diseases: an outline of research results. [Journal Article]
    Int J Psychosom 1995; 42(1-4):35-43Selic P, Umek P
  • This article presents an outline of 13 research studies which were carried out in the 1980s at the Clinical Psychology Division of the Psychology Department at the Faculty of Arts in Ljubljana. The studies concentrated on various psychosomatic diseases and dysfunctions by applying 26 psychodiagnostic instruments. The problems, the usefulness of the instruments, and basic characteristics of diseas…
  • Presumed paranormal linkage of rings. [Journal Article]
    Int J Psychosom 1994; 41(1-4):95-9Schwarz BE
  • Examples are presented in the SORRAT experiments of: (1) presumed paranormally linked human aortic rings and their teleportation into a sealed, glass globe; (2) videographed experiments with Joe Nuzum, paragnost, while in a trancelike state, accomplishing linkage of a class ring on his finger to one key of several held in a researcher's hand; and (3) in a different experiment linking two rubber b…
  • Psychotherapeutic application of group hypnosis. [Journal Article]
    Int J Psychosom 1994; 41(1-4):93-4Raikov L, Gofman AM, Kulikovsky M
  • This clinical observational study examined the effects of group hypnosis on psychosomatic disorders. A psychotherapist conducted hypnotic sessions with a single group of 306 people on four consecutive days. Our follow-up studies indicated that group hypnosis can have strong positive effects on many types of disorders. The depth of hypnosis was not related to the level of improvement. The results …
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