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Published by Gower in Aldershot, Hants., England, Brookfield, Vt., U.S.A .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Menopause -- Psychological aspects.,
  • Menopause -- Social aspects.,
  • Menopause.,
  • Climacteric.,
  • Menopause.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementJohn Gerald Greene.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRG186 .G734 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 247 p. :
Number of Pages247
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2851318M
ISBN 100566007959
LC Control Number84013637

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The Social and Psychological Origins of the Climacteric Syndrome. By J. G. 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. G. () A factor analytic study of climacteric symptoms. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 20, — Greene, J. G. () The Social and Psychological Origins of the Climacteric Syndrome. (Chapter 7—Methodological Issues in Climacteric Research). Gower: Aldershot, Hants. We use cookies to offer you a better experience, personalize content, tailor advertising, provide social media features, and better understand the use of our services.

  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. G. () A factor analytic study of climacteric symptoms. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 20, — Greene, J. G. () 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.