4 edition of social and psychological origins of the climacteric syndrome found in the catalog.
|Statement||John Gerald Greene.|
|LC Classifications||RG186 .G734 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 247 p. :|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||84013637|
Climacteric definition, a period of decrease of reproductive capacity in men and women, culminating, in women, in the menopause. See more. The structure of magic L Palo Alto, Calif.: Science and Behavior Books, Google Scholar BANDURA, A. Self-efficacy: Toward a unifying theory of behavioral change.
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He published a steady stream of papers in psychology, psychiatry and medical journals. Inhis book entitled, The Social and Psychological Origins of the Climacteric Syndrome, was published.
FromDr. Greene participated in each International Menopause Society Conference. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Greene, John Gerald, Social and psychological origins of the climacteric syndrome. Aldershot, Hants., England. The Social and Psychological Origins of the Climacteric Syndrome.
By J. Greene. (Pp. ; illustrated; £) Gower Publishing: Aldershot. - Volume 15 Issue 4. relation to type 2 diabetes but the combined effects of these factors are The Social and Psychological Origins of the Climacteric Syndrome: (Ebook free) diet lifestyle and the risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus who has the most retractions heres our unofficial list see notes on methodology which well update as more information.
Publications relevant to Greene Climacteric Scale. Greene, J. () A factor analytic study of climacteric symptoms. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 20, — Greene, J.
However, patients with anxiety–depression disorder showed a significant decrease in vasomotor symptoms, indicating that these symptoms may be characteristic of climacteric syndrome. Seritan and others have shown that vasomotor symptoms in patients with climacteric syndrome are closely associated with psychological status [28, 30].
Although we. Bereavement and social support at the climacteric. Maturitas ; 5: 10 Ballinger S. Psychosocial stress and symptoms of menopause: a comparative study of menopause clinic patients and non-patients.
Maturitas ; 7: 11 Greene JG. The social and psychological origins of the climacteric syndrome. Most climacteric complaints as described in the medical literature were not associated with menopausal development, but could be explained by a mixture of other biological, psychological and social variables.
References 1 Greene JG. The social and psychological origins of the climacteric syndrome. Greene, J. () A factor analytic study of climacteric symptoms. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 20, — Greene, J.
() The Social and Psychological Origins of the Climacteric Syndrome. (Chapter 7—Methodological Issues in Climacteric Research). Gower: Aldershot, Hants. Greene J () The social and psychological origins of the climacteric syndrome. Gower, Aldershot Google Scholar Klaiber E et al.
() Estrogens and central nervous system function: electroencephalography, cognition and depression. In current practice, Climacteric is most often a synonym for female menopause.
However, in Princeton University's online dictionary, Climacteric is defined as: 1. (n) climacteric (a period in a man's life corresponding to menopause) 2.
(n) menopause, climacteric, change of life (the time in a woman's life in which the menstrual cycle ends). It has been suggested that psycho-social factors may be crucial in the development of climacteric symptoms.
In order to evaluate the effect of psycho-social and biological factors on menopausal. In this study, the climacteric women reported that indecision, anhedonia, guilt, crying and low self-esteem are the biggest causes of depression, which are essentially symptoms of climacteric, and there is strong evidence that psychological climacteric symptoms can be linked not only to hormonal but also to social factors that coincide with the.
Climacteric Syndrome refers to a series of symptoms caused by disorders of the endocrine system and vegetative nervous system due to hypofunction of ovary in climacteric women. In TCM, it is called syndrome of before and after menopause or zangzao (hysteria).
It is publicly recognized among medical experts that, the climacteric period begins from 41 years old and will last for years. But the psychological impact of climacteric and menopause is harder to treat. Talking to a counselor can help women, like Tanya, get through this part of their lives and move on to a new and.
climacteric [kli-mak´ter-ik, kli″mak-ter´ik] the complex of endocrine, somatic, and psychic changes occurring at the end of the female reproductive period (menopause); it may also accompany normal diminution of sexual activity in the male. climacteric (klī-mak'ter-ik, klī-mak-ter'ik), 1.
The period of endocrinal, somatic, and transitory. ciation of social psychology’s potential to speak to applied problems in the real world.
In short, this chapter represents a history, rather than the history of social psychology, an account of contributions, problems, insights, and events seen through the particular interpretive lenses of its authors. Background. There is considerable evidence now that about 75% of all women experience to varying degree a number of physical and psychological symptoms during the menopausal transition [1,2].This has been referred to as the climacteric or menopausal syndrome and include psychological (e.g., nervousness, irritability), vasomotor (e.g., hot flashes, night sweats), somatic/physical (e.g.
Social anxiety disorder is a fairly common psychological disorder that involves an irrational fear of being watched or judged. The anxiety caused by this disorder can have a major impact on an individual's life and make it difficult to function at school, work, and other social settings.
Psychology Definition of MALE CLIMACTERIC: A purely hypothetical period in a males life which has been likened to the female menopause, strongly occurring on .Abstract. Psychological distress experienced by women during mid-life has long been attributed to the menopause. As early as Morrison attributed various manifestations of psychological disturbance to the experience of the menopause.Social psychology is only a bit older than years, with most of the growth occurring during the past 6 decades.
In discussing the history of social psychology, it should be noted that there are two social psychologies, one in psychology and the other in sociology, with the larger of the two being the psychological branch.