quartana

quartana

adjective Occurring every fourth day; quartan.
 
noun Quartan malaria, see there.
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Of the many pain-related variables, pain catastrophizing has emerged as an important factor in the maintenance and exacerbation of pain (Quartana, Campbell, & Edwards, 2009).
A recent review demonstrated that over the course of the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts self-reported stigma decreased and behavioral health treatment seeking increased, although it is important to note that half of the individuals with reported symptoms of PTSD and depression still reported no treatment seeking intent or behavior (Quartana et al., 2014).
Insomnia is common, with approximately 10% of the population experiencing variations of insomnia and poor sleep quality on a regular basis (Finan, Quartana, & Smith, 2015).
E duro dieci anni continui, che non passava una settimana che non la battesse, anco quando era grande com'e adesso; e quello che parera incredibile e pur e verissimo, alle volte in strada publica l'ha battuta, oltre havendo la febre quartana, e di piu stando in articolo di morte [...].
In a critical review of the literature on catastrophizing, Quartana and colleagues [2] note that pain catastrophizing in particular is characterized by the tendency to magnify the threat value of a pain stimulus, to feel helpless in the face of pain, and by difficulty inhibiting pain-related thoughts.
En effet, la DC est souvent associee a des difficultes psychologiques comme l'anxiete, la depression (O'Reilly, 2011), la colere (Trost, Vangronsveld, Linton, Quartana et Sullivan, 2012).
Mary School fourth grade students, in conjunction with the Victor Quartana Post 397, Rotary Club of Shrewsbury, Shrewsbury Garden Club, the Shrewsbury Firefighter's Association, Katherine A.
La catastrofizacion del dolor "se caracteriza por la tendencia a magnificar el valor amenazante de los estimulos de dolor y sentirse indefenso en el contexto del dolor, y por una relativa incapacidad para inhibir los pensamientos relacionados con el dolor antes, durante o despues de un encuentro doloroso" (Quartana, Campbell y Edwards, 2009, p.
No se sabe la suerte final de esta peligrosa apuesta, en todo caso, autorizo que los indigenas entraran en contacto con "el Diablo [y que este] me diese calenturas, o continua, o terciana [?], o quartana [?]" (12).
Por otra parte, en variables de tipo emocional como la ira, se ha encontrado que su inhibicion se relaciona con reportes de mayor intensidad del dolor tanto cronico como agudo (Burns, Quartana & Bruehl, 2008); dicha relacion fue corroborada por Muris et al.