Illness behavior/psychosomatic disorder
Illness behavior refers to adaptive or nonadpative behvaiors exhibited by an indivdual during the course of an illness or dysfunciton. Psychosomatic disorders are disorders characterized by bodily symptoms caused by psychological factors.
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Bruce Compas, Ph.D.
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Lynn S. Walker, Ph.D.
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