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so·ma·ti·za·tion

 (sō′mə-tĭ-zā′shən)
n.
The presentation of physical symptoms that cannot be fully explained by the presence of a medical condition, often associated with stress, anxiety, or other psychological factors.
Translations
Somatisierung
신체화
somatização

so·ma·ti·za·tion

n. somatización. proceso de conversión de experiencias mentales en manifestaciones corporales.

somatization

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Of the total, 61(39.4%) students were in the nursing programme, 10(6.5%) in speech therapy, 16(10.3%) in kinesiology, 10(6.5%) in medicine, 20(12.9%) in midwifery and 38(24.4%) in medical technology.For stressor, somatisation and coping dimensions, a factor was identified, with Cronbach's alpha values of 0.76, 0.86 and 0.52, respectively.
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It is also suggested that depression, anxiety, phobia and somatisation are strongly correlated with severity of dyspeptic symptoms.
Somatisation and the recognition of depression and anxiety in primary care.
Alexithymia and somatisation: a quantitative review of the literature.
(1,2) Traumatic stress severely impacts personal functioning, interpersonal relationships and employment, and it is associated with a variety of other psychological conditions, including posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, depression and somatisation. (1,2) However, many individuals exposed to trauma experience symptoms of PTSD that do not always meet diagnostic thresholds.
Somatisation disorder and its associated factors in multiethnic primary care clinic attenders.
Beyond somatisation: A review of the understanding and treatment of medically unexplained physical symptoms (MUPS).
The translated and validated version of Negative Life Events Scale (including components of Friends, Money, Course, Teachers, Parents, Students, Relatives, Health, Academics and Course Interest) and the Four Dimensional Symptoms Questionnaire (consist of four set of symptoms including depression, distress, somatisation and anxiety) were used for data collection.
Regarding our first hypothesis, in our study we found significant differences between the directly exposed and indirectly exposed groups on three psychological dimensions i.e., phobic anxiety, paranoid ideation and somatisation with directly exposed group reporting higher scores on all the three dimensions (Table 4).
She says: "One factor is somatisation of a psychological problem.
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