psychosomatogenic

psychosomatogenic

[-sōmat′əjen′ik]
pertaining to factors that cause or lead to the development of psychophysiological coping measures as learned responses to stressors.
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To date, the psychosomatogenic family model is not only used for anorexic and diabetic children but also for children with somatizing problems in general, or in other words children who have the (psychological) tendency to experience several somatic complaints not accounted for by pathological medical findings (De Gucht & Fischler, 2002; Husain, Browne, & Chalder, 2007).
The first cluster resembles the psychosomatogenic family model of Minuchin et al.
The psychosomatogenic family theory is often used in clinical practice (Minuchin et al.