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One aspect of the grief process which is frequently mentioned in the literature on mourning but has not yet received adequate clinical attention is the tendency for the bereaved to assume symptoms and behavior of the deceased. This paper presents evidence that pathologic identificantion 1) is an important clinical syndrome that is frequently misdiagnosed… (More)
This article describes characteristics of groups of patients with a high probability of having pain complaints on an emotional basis. An approach to patients with psychogenic pain, including management suggestions, is emphasized, with particular reference to the use of extensive history for their identification and the importance of minimizing unnecessary… (More)