P. Gathmann

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
One year after the closure of a furniture factory the health consequences of long-term unemployment were studied among the 215 former employees and an interviewer-administered questionnaire was used to measure psychological health, self-perceived physical health and health service use. Those remaining unemployed 12 months after the closure were found to be(More)
Somatic, psychic, and social factors influence the Pathological Psychosomatic Reaction Pattern (PPSRP) in the elderly. Some administrative epidemiological, and differential-diagnostical data of the Viennese Psychosomatic Department comment on and extend previous findings. Because of the specificity of PPSRP in the elderly, specific preventive and(More)
The term "psychosomatic" is defined by means of the "globe" sign in its clinical use. Psychosomatic anamnesis is introduced as a mode to establish the somatic and psychic status. In this diagnostic therapeutic process the psychosomatically oriented ENT specialist assesses the pattern of these frequent psychophysical disturbances. The therapy of(More)
  • 1