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Comorbidity: 1. Autocognitive developmental disorders of structured psychosocial stress

By Rodrick Wallace

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We explore regularities in comorbid psychiatric and chronic inflammatory disorders from an extension of Irun Cohen's perspective on autoimmune disease, finding that structured psychosocial stress can literally write a distorted image of itself onto child development, resulting in a life course trajectory to characteristic forms of comorbid mind/body dysfunction. Extension of the approach appears possible for schizophrenia and associated conditions, although without such direct relation to structured stress

Topics: Developmental Psychology
Year: 2003
OAI identifier: oai:cogprints.org:2898

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