, and affect dysregulation: the complexity of adaptation of trauma.
Stoic Overachiever persona, Angry Black woman persona, somatization
, emotional overeating, compulsive over-spending, compulsive drive to make oneself over.
clinical problems not explained by inflammation or damage--often fibromyalgia, but other chronic pain or somatization
syndromes as well (Fig.
Compared to individuals in the population, patients on waiting lists reported more psychosocial distress on all the investigated symptom dimensions and, in particular, on depression, obsessive compulsive, anxiety, somatization
, phobic anxiety, social distrust, and insecurity symptoms.
Several factors associated with resilience within a cultural context are discussed in this section, including emotion regulation, somatization
, locus of control, self-enhancement, dissociation, family/community support, and rituals/ceremonies.
It was hypothesized, based on this and other prior research, that women would demonstrate a higher prevalence of symptoms consistent with depression, somatization
, and anxiety (Johnson et al.
Some topics explored include the paradox of fusion and disconnectedness, somatization
, and paranoid ideas in delusion formation.
Other more unusual causes of abdominal pain include a type of emotional upset called somatization
disorder, reflected as physical discomfort (including recurrent abdominal pain).
2011) in relation to neurasthenia, post-traumatic stress disorder (PSD) and somatization
In comparison with Group-2, BSI somatization
scores in Group-1 patients, depression, anxiety, and symptoms total index scores in Group-3 patients were found to be significantly higher.
Based on the CAPES data, although acculturation was not found to be a significant predictor of depression or somatization
, depression was connected to lack of cultural and family support (Hwang & Myers, 2007; Mak & Zane, 2004).
It also found a relationship between chance locus of control and depression, obsessive-compulsion and somatization