Table of contents for Psychosocial treatment for medical conditions : principles and techniques / edited by Leon A. Schein ... [et al.].


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     Contributors

     Foreword: Mind Matters
     David Spiegel

     Preface

SECTION I INTRODUCTION

1   Significance of Psychosocial Factors to Health and Disease
     Charles L. Sheridan and Sally A. Radmacher

2    Psychosocial FactorsAffectingMedical Conditions
     Kenneth S. Gorfinkle and Felice Tager

SECTION II MEDICAL CONDITIONS

3    Psychosocial Sequelae of CancerDiagnosis and Treatment
     Michael A. Andrykowski, Janet S. Carpenter, and Rita K. Munn

4    Psychosocial Considerations in Essential Hypertension,
     Coronary Heart Disease, and End-Stage Renal Disease
     Timothy W. Smith and Paul N. Hopkins

5    Psychosocial Dimensions of Gastrointestinal Disorders
     Kevin W. Olden and Philip R. Muskin

6    Endocrine Disorders
     Elbert F. Sholar, Susan G. Kornstein, and David F. Gardner

7    Neurological Illnesses
     Laurie Stevens and Julie K. Schulman




8    Infectious Diseases
     Jenifer A. Nields and John A. R. Grimaldi, Jr.

9    Women's Health
     Mindy E. Weiss, Elizabeth H. W. Ricanati, and
     Elsa-Grace V. Giardina

SECTION III TREATMENT

10   The Impact of Stress and the Objectives of Psychosocial
     Interventions
     Luiz R. A. Gazzola and Philip R. Muskin

11   Treatment
     Kathleen Ulman

SECTION IV   SUMMARY

12 Summary and Future Directions
     Harold S. Bernard, Henry I. Spitz, Leon A. Schein,
     and Philip R. Muskin





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:Clinical health psychology, Medicine, Psychosomatic, Physician and patient, Stress (Psychology)Psychophysiology, Chronic Disease psychology, Health Behavior, Stress, Psychological