Further reading

Creed, F. and Pfeffer, J. (1982). Medicine and psychiatry: a practica/ approach. Pitman, London. Guimón, J. (1998). La profession de psychiatre. Masson, Paris.

Redlich, F. and Freedman, D. (1966). The theory and practice of psychiatry. Basic Books, New York.

Riva Posse, A. (2000). Enfermedades psicosomáticas. In Manual de psiquiatría (ed. R. Fahrer). López Libreros Editores, Buenos Aires. Rodriguez, M.I. (ed.) (1994).Lo biológico y /o social. Organización Panamericana de la Salud, Washington, DC. Rundell, J. and Wise, M. (1996). Textbook of consu/tation-/iaison psychiatry. American Psychiatric Press, Washington, DC. Chapter References

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2. Dunbar, F. (1935). Emotions and bodi/y changes: a survey of /iterature on psychosomatic interre/ationships: 1910-1933. Columbia University Press, New York.

3. Mirsky, A.I. (1957). The psychosomatic approach to the etiology of clinical disorders. Psychosomatic Medicine, 1, 424-30.

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6. Redlich, F.C. and Freedman, D. (1966). The theory and practice of psychiatry, pp. 45-78. Basic Books, New York.

7. Groddeck, G. (1928). The book of the id. NMD Publishing, New York.

8. Schur, M. (1955). Comments on the metapsychology of somatization. Psychoana/ytic Study of the Chi/d, 10, 119-64.

9. Margolin, S.G. (1953). Genetic and dynamic psychophysiological determinants of pathophysiological processes. In The psychosomatic concept in psychoana/ysis (ed. F. Deutsch), pp. 3-34. International Universities Press, New York.

10. Alexander, F. (1950). Psychosomatic medicine. Norton, New York.

11. Eisenberg, L. (1986). Mindlessness and brainlessness in psychiatry. British Journa/ of Psychiatry, 148, 497-508.

12. Baxter, L.R., Schwartz, J.M., Bergman, K.S., et a/. (1992). Caudate glucose metabolic rate changes with both drug and behavior therapy for obsessive-compulsive disorder. Archives of Genera/ Psychiatry, 49, 681-9.

13. Ader, R., Madden, K., Felten, D.L., Bellinger, D.L., and Schiffer, R.B. (1996). Psychoneuroimmunology: interactions between the brain and the immune system. In Neuropsychiatry (ed. B. Fogel, R. Schiffer, and S. Rao), pp. 193-221. Williams and Wilkins, Baltimore, MD.

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