Steven A Green

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This commentary discusses advances in the conceptual understanding of racism and selected research findings in the social neurosciences. The traditional stress and coping model holds that racism constitutes a source of aversive experiences that, when perceived by the individual, eventually lead to poor health outcomes. Current evidence points to additional(More)
Family physicians must often help patients through the grief process. Acute grief may occur with the loss of a loved one or with the loss of physical health. Normal grief has well-defined stages, which help distinguish it from pathologic grief reactions. Familiarity with the grief process allows the physician to intervene when necessary and to facilitate(More)
The authors discuss the role of repeated exposure, a universal aspect of learning theory, in implosive therapy and brief psychodynamic psychotherapy. After demonstrating that it is one common denominator of these distinctive treatment modalities, they offer hypotheses concerning the workings of brief psychodynamic psychotherapy based on observations of the(More)
Peripheral nerve injuries following trauma present an ongoing challenge to the hand surgeon. This review presents an overview of the topic with a historical perspective. Nerve anatomy and nerve injury classifications are discussed followed by a description of the biology of nerve regeneration. Methods used to bridge gaps in peripheral nerve repair are(More)
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