somatopsychic


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somatopsychic

 [so″mah-to-si´kik]
pertaining to both mind and body; relating to the effects of the body on the mind.

so·ma·to·psy·chic

(sō'mă-tō-sī'kik),
Relating to the body-mind relationship; the study of the effects of the body on the mind, as opposed to psychosomatic, which is mind on body.
[somato- + G. psychē, soul]

somatopsychic

/so·ma·to·psy·chic/ (so″mah-to-si´kik) pertaining to both mind and body; relating to the effects of the body on the mind.

so·ma·to·psy·chic

(sō'mă-tō-sī'kik)
Relating to the body-mind relationship; the study of the effects of the body on the mind, as opposed to psychosomatic, which refers to the effects of mind on body.
[somato- + G. psychē, soul]

somatopsychic

Psychosomatic. Pertaining to both body and mind.

so·ma·to·psy·chic

(sō'mă-tō-sī'kik)
Relating to body-mind relationship; study of effects of body on mind.
[somato- + G. psychē, soul]
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Both somatic and psychological parts of this therapeutic somatopsychic process may be additionally facilitated by use of homeopathic bioregulatory medicines (e.
These data are compatible with the hypothesis of a somatopsychic and psychosomatic vicious circle.
All these observations highlight the frequent association between otologic symptoms and psychological suffering in relation to basic psychological structure and individual illness behavior, although we cannot establish the priority between the psychosomatic or somatopsychic hypotheses.
At the same time, when the disease is already clinically manifest, that is, an irrevocable fact, somatopsychic relations gain in importance, while psychosomatic relations are characterized by the influence of psychosocial factors on the disease course and outcome.
The following are psychosocial variables that are regarded most important by researchers studying psychosomatic and somatopsychic interrelationships in DM:
This fact necessitates a comprehensive investigation, aimed at studying the specifics of psychosomatic and somatopsychic interrelations in every individual patient.
Baligga is summoned to his bed, Saleem similarly insists that his distress be understood as actual and somatopsychic -- that is, as an indiscriminately physical expression of psychic and corporeal pain -- rather than either literal and organic or fantastic and hallucinatory.
Much as the psychological framework employs comparison with a climate to express affect, the somatopsychic one represents anxiety and fear as material.
Midnight's Children, as I have argued, indexes figurative reality according to a somatopsychic standard that articulates the heterogeneity, discontinuity, and provisionality of the postcolony.
Thus there is considerable debate between these latter authors and those who have reservations regarding self-reported physical and mental health status, and who tend to view such reports as indicators of somatopsychic distress/negative affectivity/neuroticism (Stone & Costa, 1990; Watson & Pennebaker, 1989).
Involvement in sports: A somatopsychic rationale for physical activity.