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Published by C. C. Thomas in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Asthma -- Psychosomatic aspects.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies.

Statement[edited] by Michael L. Hirt. With a foreword by Ethan Allan Brown.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC591 .H56
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 332 p.
Number of Pages332
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5948616M
LC Control Number65020842
OCLC/WorldCa2407045

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Psychological and allergic aspects of asthma.. [Michael Leonard Hirt] -- The focus of the papers selected is not immunological or necessarily "psychosomatic." The focus is of a more historical nature, with one of its major objectives to stimulate research on the. PSYCHOLOGICAL AND ALLERGIC ASPECTS OF ASTHMA. HIRT, MICHAEL L. FOCUSED HISTORICALLY AND CHOSEN TO STIMULATE RESEARCH IN PSYCHOSOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF ASTHMA, THE COLLECTION CONTAINS 18 PAPERS BY DIFFERENT AUTHORS. AREAS OF PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE COVERED ARE (1) PRINCIPLES OF RESEARCH (ONE ARTICLE), .   Allergy; Allergy and Clinical Immunology; Anesthesiology; Psychological and Allergic Aspects of Asthma. M. Coleman Harris, MD. Arch Intern Med. ;(6) from an editorial which appeared in the Aug , issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association on "Books of Multiple Authorship." The editorial goes on to say, It Author: M. Coleman Harris. Evidences are now available about the link between asthma (in terms of severity and control), some psychological aspects (subjective perception, alexithymia, coping style) and mental health.

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The authors of this Japanese review suggest a neuropsychiatry phenotype in asthma, in which activation of the hypothalamic-pituitary adrenal pathway and autonomic nervous system would trigger psychological stress-induced exacerbations of allergic asthma. Abstract: Psychological stress is recognized as a key factor in the exacerbation of allergic asthma, whereby brain responses to stress . Abstract. This chapter will describe and critically review some recent research concerning the psychological aspects and treatment of asthma. Although it is inappropriate here to discuss current theories regarding the pathophysiology of asthma or to exhaustively and critically review the rapidly expanding experimental literature in the area of asthma research generally, some background. Asthma: Social and Psychological Factors and Psychosomatic Syndromes is a timely and well-documented attempt to summarize current research into the behavioral aspects of asthma. No expert knowledge is assumed. Current guidelines and standard pharmacologic interventions are . Great Ormond Street, London, W.C. 1, England The Psychological Aspects of Asthma in Children Mildred Creak, M.D. Joyce M. Stephen, M.B. Department of Psychological Medicine, The Hospital for Sick Children, London, England Department of Psychological Medicine, The Hospital for Sick Children London England REFERENCES 1.