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9780444002129 - Weiner, Herbert: Psychobiology and Human Disease. (2.Aufl.). - Buch
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Weiner, Herbert (?):

Psychobiology and Human Disease. (2.Aufl.). (1979) (?)

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ISBN: 9780444002129 (?) bzw. 044400212X, in Deutsch, Elsevier; NY; Oxford, 1979. gebraucht, mit Einband

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XVI; 665 S.; gr.-8°. Originalkunststoff mit Schutzumschlag.
Kommentar des Händlers/Antiquariats Fundus-Online GbR:
Gutes Ex.; Umschlag etwas berieben. - Foreword -- Preface -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 Peptic Ulcer -- Chapter 2 Essential Hypertension -- Chapter 3 Bronchial Asthma -- Chapter 4 Graves' Disease -- Chapter 5 Rheumatoid Arthritis -- Chapter 6 Ulcerative Colitis with a Note on Crohn's Disease -- Chapter 7 Psychobiological Contributions to Human Disease. // PSYCHOBIOLOGY AND HUMAN DISEASE is a remarkable achievement: the first in-depth review of psychosomatic medicine in two decades. Dr. Weiner examines the vast accumulation of data and concepts about the role of social and psychological factors in predisposing, initiating and sustaining seven major diseases. These diseases, chosen because they have been most extensively studied by psychosocial techniques, are reviewed in the light of the most recent information about their genetics, epidemiology, biochemistry, immunology and physiology. Dr. Weiner concludes that there are multiple predispositions to the diseases studied, and that there is a probability of psychological and social predisposing factors in all diseases. His results reflect a strict adherence to the axiom of the psychosomatic approach: that diseases occur in people, and that the analysis of diseases requires a thorough understanding of the human, social and cultural environment. PSYCHOBIOLOGY AND HUMAN DISEASE is a major contribution to our knowledge of the roles physical and psychological factors play in diseases. The questions that Dr. Weiner leaves open provide the initial steps for future research: what is the nature of the pathogenetic mechanism? In particular, what role does the brain, as the organ of the mind, play in the inception of disease? Dr. VCfeiner's review is a milestone in what it achieves empirically, and in what it implies conceptually: the potential application of the psychosomatic approach to the development of a comprehensive Theory of Health and Disease. (Verlagstext) ISBN 044400212X, kein Schutzumschlag, MwSt: 7%, Gewicht: 7g
Bestellnummer des Händlers: 1043390
Bestellnummer bei der Plattform Biblioman.de: 243/1043390
Kategorie: Medizin
Daten vom 24.09.2016 16:04h
ISBN (andere Schreibweisen): 0-444-00212-X, 978-0-444-00212-9
044400212X - Weiner, Herbert: Psychobiology and Human Disease. (2.Aufl.). - Buch
2
Weiner, Herbert (?):

Psychobiology and Human Disease. (2.Aufl.). (1979) (?)

Lieferung erfolgt aus/von: Deutschland

ISBN: 044400212X (?) bzw. 9780444002129, Sprache unbekannt, North-Holland, mit Einband

22,50(unverbindlich)
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Von Händler/Antiquariat, Fundus-Online GbR
Elsevier, NY; Oxford, XVI; 665 S.; gr.-8°. Originalkunststoff mit Schutzumschlag. Gutes Ex.; Umschlag etwas berieben. - Foreword -- Preface -- Introduction -- Chapter 1 Peptic Ulcer -- Chapter 2 Essential Hypertension -- Chapter 3 Bronchial Asthma -- Chapter 4 Graves' Disease -- Chapter 5 Rheumatoid Arthritis -- Chapter 6 Ulcerative Colitis with a Note on Crohn's Disease -- Chapter 7 Psychobiological Contributions to Human Disease. // PSYCHOBIOLOGY AND HUMAN DISEASE is a remarkable achievement: the first in-depth review of psychosomatic medicine in two decades. Dr. Weiner examines the vast accumulation of data and concepts about the role of social and psychological factors in predisposing, initiating and sustaining seven major diseases. These diseases, chosen because they have been most extensively studied by psychosocial techniques, are reviewed in the light of the most recent information about their genetics, epidemiology, biochemistry, immunology and physiology. Dr. Weiner concludes that there are multiple predispositions to the diseases studied, and that there is a probability of psychological and social predisposing factors in all diseases. His results reflect a strict adherence to the axiom of the psychosomatic approach: that diseases occur in people, and that the analysis of diseases requires a thorough understanding of the human, social and cultural environment. PSYCHOBIOLOGY AND HUMAN DISEASE is a major contribution to our knowledge of the roles physical and psychological factors play in diseases. The questions that Dr. Weiner leaves open provide the initial steps for future research: what is the nature of the pathogenetic mechanism? In particular, what role does the brain, as the organ of the mind, play in the inception of disease? Dr. VCfeiner's review is a milestone in what it achieves empirically, and in what it implies conceptually: the potential application of the psychosomatic approach to the development of a comprehensive Theory of Health and Disease. (Verlagstext) ISBN 044400212XMedizin [Psychobiologie, Krankheiten; Psychosomatik] 1979
Bestellnummer des Händlers: 1043390
Bestellnummer bei der Plattform Antiquariat.de: DBS27266678
Daten vom 24.09.2016 16:04h
ISBN (andere Schreibweisen): 0-444-00212-X, 978-0-444-00212-9

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