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Advances in Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology: Proceedings. Sixth International Congress of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, Berlin, Reichstag, September 2 - 6, 1980

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Advances in Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology

Proceedings. Sixth International Congress of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, Berlin, Reichstag, September 2 - 6, 1980

By H.-J. Prill (Edited by), Manfred Stauber (Edited by), P. G. Pechatschek (Associate editor)

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Format: Paperback, 526 pages, Softcover reprint of Edition
Other Information: 7 black & white illustrations, biography
Published In: Germany, 01 October 1982
The Sixth International Congress of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, which took place from 2 to 6 September 1980 in the congressional chambers of the former Reichstag building in Berlin, had as its theme "Women in a Changing Society." Partic- ular emphasis was placed on the fact that in illness, as well as in good health, women must be considered in a comprehensive psychosocial context. Observations from medi- cal, psychological, sociological, and anthropological perspectives on the healthy and sick woman through the various stages of her life presented a wide spectrum of scien- tific research. Sessions covering such fundamental topics as the problems of the young mother, women in the postgenerative phase, and the early mother-child relationship were enriched by many recent scientific contributions. Further subjects, ranging from the dialogue in the gynecologist's consulting room through the emotional situation of the gynecologist, body language in female sexuality, and sexual disorders experienced by gynecological patients to psychosomatics and cancer, were pursued in small workshops. Of particular psychoendocrinological interest were the contributions on obesity and the premenstrual syndrome. The results of this workshop and another on unwanted pregnancy have ap- peared recently in separate monographs.

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Women in a Changing Society.- The Woman: An Anthropological View.- Changing Female Identity: A Historical and Critical Review of Psychoanalytic Aspects of Femininity.- Social-Psychological Factors in Women's Changing Self-Concepts.- Women in a Changing Society from the Aspect of Ten Women Researchers.- The Woman in Different Phases of Life.- Women in Switzerland.- The Future of Motherhood.- The Influences of Modernization and Democratization on Japanese Women.- Women in a Changing Society.- New Changes of Sociocultural Factors Which Have an Impact on Women's Behaviour, Childbearing and Fertility.- Women and Sex Education in Peru.- Women's Complaints in the Society of Today.- The Changing Situation of Women During the Past 10 Years and Its Consequences for Gynecology.- Women in a Changing Society: Australia.- Psychosomatic Problems of the Generations.- Psychological Implications in Different Periods of Life.- A Medical Perspective of Women Aged 35-45.- The Return of Mature Women to the World of Work.- Cross-cultural Perspectives of Women in the Postgenerative Phase.- Androgyny: A Model for Improving Gynecologist - Women Interactions.- The Influence of Traditional Sex-role Patterns on the Interpretation of Psychosomatic Complaints.- Psychosomatics in Gynecology.- Psychosomatics in the Gynecological Hospital.- The Frequency of Psychosomatic Disorders in a Gynecological University Clinic.- Emotional Evaluation of the Doctor-Patient Relationship in Gynecology.- Teaching Psychosomatic Gynecology to Medical Students.- Clinical Psychology in Obstetrics and Gynecology.- Changing an Obstetric Hospital by Using Psychosomatic Ideas.- Interaction Processes During the Gynecological Round.- Is Psychosomatic Obstetrics Possible Without Reflecting One's Own Professional Picture and Ego?.- The Effects of Gynecological Disorders on a Partnership.- Hormone Disturbances and Psychosomatic Gynecology.- The Psychosomatic Approach in Gynecology and Obstetrics.- Some Psychiatric Aspects of Obesity.- Obesity in Gynecology and Obstetrics: Psychological Aspects.- Nutritional Changes During the Menstrual Cycle.- Uncommon Eating/Weight Disorders Related to Amenorrhea, Infertility and Problematic Pregnancy.- Psychosomatic Symptomatology in Mature Women in Correlation with Menstrual Cycles.- Headache and Menstruation.- Endorphins as Neuroregulators of Reproduction.- Psychosomatic Problems in the Psychoendocrinology of Hyperprolactinemia.- Psychosomatic Conflicts and Gonadotropin Secretion: Diagnosis and Therapy of the Secondary Amenorrhea Syndrome.- Psychological Counceling in Secondary Amenorrhea.- Psychoneuroendocrine Aspects in Psycho- and Somatic Environmental Factors.- Function and "Usefulness" of Hormone Disturbances in the Biography of Gynecological Patients.- The Effect of Corticosterone, Cortisone, Desoxycortisone and Hydrocortisone on Rat Uterine Contractility at Oestrus.- Psychological Problems in the Treatment of Idiopathic Hirsutism with the Antiandrogen Cyproterone Acetate.- Femininity in Anorexia Nervosa.- Correlation Between Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory and Hormonal Data in 14 Cases of Female Anorexia Nervosa at the Time of Maximum Emaciation.- The Anorectic Patient: Her Feelings and Conflicts as an Individual and as a Member of a Family.- Premenstrual Syndrome.- The Premenstrual Syndrome.- The Premenstrual Syndrome: A Workshop Report.- Premenstrual Syndrome and Personality Traits: A Study on 110 Pregnant Patients.- Premenstrual Tension as a Stress Condition.- Treatment of the Premenstrual Syndrome: A Double-blind Placebo-controlled Study of the Efficacy of Dydrogesterone.- Chronic Pelvic Pain.- Chronic Pelvic Pain Without Obvious Pathology in Women.- Psychological Aspects of Gynecological Pain Experience.- Diagnosis and Treatment of Chronic Pelvic Pain in Female Patients by Multidisciplinary Approach.- Sexuality.- Body Language in Female Sexuality.- The Costly Lack of Timely Education in Human Sexuality for the Adolescent.- Cases of Sexual Disorder Experienced by Gynecological Patients.- Psychosocial Factors in Cases of Female Sexual Disorders.- On Indications and Suitability of the Treatment of Sexual Dysfunctions Through Focussing Description.- Psychodynamic Aspects of Female Sexual Disorders.- Psychoendocrine Response to Sexual Arousal in Human Females.- Psychological Aspects of Legal Induced Abortion.- Teaching Human Sexuality in Childbirth Classes.- The Use of Biofeedback in the Diagnosing, Monitoring and Treatment of Anxiety in Patients with Sexual Dysfunction.- Sexuality in the Husband During His Wife's Pregnancy.- Lubrication Deficiens, a Psychosomatic Symptom: Etiology and Treatment.- Sexual Crisis, Sexual Skills and Enrichment.- Infertility and Sterility.- Psychosomatic Aspects in Pregnancy and Delivery of Former Sterility Patients.- Psychological Reactions of Ethnic Couples to Infertility.- A Diagnostic Instrument to Evaluate the Psychosomatic Background of Gyneco-Endocrinological Disturbances and Functional Sterility.- The Realization of the Desire for a Child: The Point of View of Women at the End of Their Fertile Period.- Psychological Counceling with Couples Requesting AID.- Heterologous Insemination and Its Medical and Psychological Indications.- The Big Secret: Male Infertility.- Abortion Problems.- Psychoanalytical Interpretation and Social Reality: Illustrated by the Practice of Giving Indications for Abortion.- Abortion from the Viewpoint of Unresolved Separation Conflicts: A Psychoanalytical Study.- The Self-Concept of Women After Induced Abortion.- Pregnancy Conflicts and Induced Abortion in Families of Alien Employees.- Hysterectomy.- Risk Factors Amongst Hysterectomy Patients.- Clinical and Psychodynamic Considerations of Sexual Behaviour in a Group of Women Subject to Hysterectomy.- Self-perception of Femininity and Depression in Posthysterectomy Women.- Psychology of Contraception.- The Situation of Contraception in Families of Alien Employees: With Special Consideration of Sterilization.- Psychological Adjustment to Laparoscopy for Sterilization and Infertility Investigation: The Need for Preparation.- Patterns of Reproduction and Family Planning in Two Urban Neighborhoods in Jaffa.- On Psychology of Sterilization in Family Planning.- Report on Experience and Data Evaluation of 274 Sterilization Consultations at the Women's Hospital of the Free University of Berlin.- On Psychology and Psychodynamics of Refertilization.- Why 70 Women "Regret" Their Sterilization.- Psychosomatic Aspects of Contraception.- Psychosocial Aspects of Fertility and Sterility.- Summary of the Session "Contraception".- Psychic Changes with Hormonal Contraception by Women.- Psychology of the Subconscious and Tube Sterilization for Contraceptive Purposes.- Contraceptive Behaviour: Observations with 222 Female Students.- Contraception as Social Action: A Criticism of the Concept of the Unconscious Wish for a Child.- Psychosomatic Aspects of Cancer.- The Psychosomatic Approach to Gynecologic Cancers.- Cancer as a Psychosomatic Disease in Man.- The Reaction of the Cancer Patient to the Diagnosis.- Psychosomatics of Women with Tumors of the Genital Organs.- Psychometric Investigation of Breast Cancer Patients in Comparison with Those with Benign Breast Diseases.- Hospitalization from the Point of View of the Carcinoma Patient.- The Psychological and Sexual Situation of Women Following a Mastectomy: first Results.- Psychosomatic Aspects of Subcutaneous Mastectomy.- Psycho-Social Care After Cancer of the Breast.- Psychological Study with Carcinoma In Situ of the Cervix Uteri.- The Effect of Gynecological Cancer and Its Treatment on the Sex Life of Women.- Psychological and Psychosomatic Aspects in the Sexual Life of Women Following Radical Hysterectomy for Carcinoma of the Cervix.- Psychosomatic Aspects of Fatal Cancers in Women: A Study from General Practice.- Group Therapy and Cancer.- Establishment of a Self-Experience Group After Radical Surgery of Cervical Carcinoma.- Group Therapy in Patients with Gynecologic Cancer.- The Bremen Model for Cancer Aftercare.- Menopause.- Socio-Medical Interrelations in Climacterium.- The Menopause: The Confidence Trick of the Century.- The Effect of the Mother-Child Relationship on Geriatrics.- The Effects of Estrogen Therapy on the Sex Life of Postmenopausal Women.- Psychosomatics in Obstetrics.- Developmental Aspects of Expectant and New Parenthood.- Healthy Pregnancy.- Psychophysical Well-Being Throughout Pregnancy and the Child's Development.- Idealized Motherhood and the Later Reality.- Self-Evaluation and Attitudes of Pregnant Women.- Fear of Childbirth in Pregnant Women.- The Influence of Psycho-Social Factors on the Course of Delivery and Its Subjective Experience: An Empirical Study.- Emotions During Pregnancy and the Relationship of the Age of the Fetus to the Subjective Ratings by Pregnant Women.- The First Pregnancy: Emotions and. Fantasies.- The Psychological Effects of Ultrasound Scanning in Pregnancy.- Prenatal Preparation of the Child for Survival After Birth.- Toward a Theory of Intrauterine Bonding.- Psychosomatic Aspects of Toxaemia of Pregnancy.- Some Psychological Characteristics of the Personality of Women with High-Risk Pregnancies.- Psychological Experience of Pregnancy and Delivery in a Group of 93 Married Women.- Psychoprophylactic Pregnancy. Self-Experience Groups: A Total Concept in Prenatal Care.- Personality Traits and Attitudes Towards Pregnancy in Couples Seeking Amniocentesis Because of High Risk for Chromosomal Aberration.- Premature Labor.- A Prospective Study of Psychological and Social Factors in Pregnancy Related to Preterm and Low-Birthweight Deliveries.- Childbirth Education for High-Risk Mothers.- Psychosomatic Aspects of Premature Labor.- Personality and Psychodynamics in Tokolysis Patients.- Premature Labor and Hypnosis.- Respiratory Biofeedback (Leuner) in the Treatment of Premature Labor.- Childbirth Preparation.- Effect of Yogic Asanas in Obstetrics and Gynecology.- Transcendental Meditation for Obstetric Psycho-prophylaxis.- Respiratory Biofeedback (Leuner) in Psychological Birth Preparation.- Application of Different Methods of Relaxation in Pregnancy, Labor and Puerperium.- Childbirth: Confidence or Chaos?.- A Behavioral Treatment of Childbirth Anxieties and Preparation for Childbirth.- Risk Modulation in Holistic Pregnancy Care.- Obstetric Psychoprophylaxis Has now Come into Its Own.- On the Effects of Psychoprophylaxis on Perinatal Mortality, Morbidity, Frequency of Malformation and Premature Births.- Humanized, Joyous Hospital Birth.- Implications of Information and Information Processing by the Recipient in Preparation for Childbirth.- Characterology in Obstetric Psychoprophylaxis.- Our Experiences in Psychoprophylaxis.- Psychosomatic Aspects of Maternal Education and Delivery.- Application of Behaviour Therapy in Psychoprophylaxis Given to a Group of Women in Caracas.- Participation of the Pediatrician in Childbirth Preparation: A Concept and First Experiences.- Preparation for Parenthood: The Role of the Health Visitor.- Self-Concept and Role of Those Who Prepare Mothers for Birth.- Presumption of an Obstetrical Psycho-Prophylaxis Involving the Partner in the Pregnancy and Delivery.- Importance of the Sense of Pathology in Pregnancy and Delivery in View of a Realistic Curative and Preventive Attitude in Perinatalogy.- Lamaze in America: 20 Years Later.- Having a Baby After 30, a Social Phenomenon in the United States of America.- The New Obstetrics.- Psychosomatic Disturbances in the Course of Labor.- Psychosomatic Studies During Labor (I): Emphasis on Electrophysiological Studies During Dilatation.- Psychosomatic Studies During Labor (II): Emphasis on Transactional Analysis.- Interactions in the Delivery Room.- Immunizing Against Helplessness in Labor and Parturition: An Experimental Study.- How Do Psychosomatic Aspects Agree with Modern Obstetrics?.- Some Psychological Aspects of Epidural Analgesia.- Alternative Obstetrics: Background and Practice of a Model of Natural Childbirth.- Korea: A Traditional Obstetric System in Confrontation with Modern Obstetrics.- The Cultural Desexing of Childbirth: Birth as a Clinical Crisis.- Changing the Psychosocial Structure of an Obstetric Hospital According to the Wishes of the Patients: An Investigation of 565 Women in Childbed.- Consultation for Pregnant Women Who Want a Home or Ambulatory Birth.- Experiences with Outpatient Deliveries in the Doctor's Office.- Psychosomatic Prenatal Care and Child Development: The Pediatrician's Role.- Birth of Siblings: Children's Perceptions and Interpretations.- Mother-Child Relationship.- The Human Newborn and His Mother: Two Mutually Regulating Organisms as One System.- Neonatal Capacity for Early Interaction and Its Long-Term Consequences.- Pregnancy as Latent Decision-Making Process: A Study of the Psychological and Social Determinants in Decision-Making.- Psychological and Personality Related Aspects in the Acceptance of the Rooming-in System.- The Importance of Attitudes During Pregnancy and Early Mother-Child Contact for Breastfeeding Behavior: An Empirical Study.- Rooming-in and Breastfeeding.- A Prospective Study of Breastfeeding Post Partum.- Successes and Limits of Intensive Psychosomatic Perinatal Care Under the Special View of Long-Term Breastfeeding.- Frequency and Duration of Breastfeeding in Relation to Psychosocial Factors.- Help for the Breastfeeding Mother: The Situation in Germany.- The Effect of the Mother's Personality Upon the Early Mother-Child Relationship.- The Development of the Parent-Infant Relationship.- Modifications in Obstetrics Management: The Effect on Postpartum Maternal-Infant Adjustment.- The Prognosis of Poor Mental Health Post Partum: A Study of the Long-Term Consequences for the Family.- Tenderness Towards the Newborn After Early Post Partum Contact.- Aspects of Post Partum Depression: A Study with the Beck Inventory.- Catamnestic Explorations of Post Partum Women with Rooming-in Children Compared to Women with Children in Nursing Rooms.- The Responsibility of the Gynecologist for a Successful Mother-Child Relationship.- Psychosomatic Disorders Following Pregnancy Among Women Having a Neurotic Relationship with the Child.- The Effect and Drug Addiction on Pregnancy, Labor, the Newborn Infant, and the Early Mother-Child Relationship.- Suicide in Pregnancy.

EAN: 9783540117100
ISBN: 3540117105
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K
Dimensions: 24.4 x 17 x 2.9 centimetres (0.96 kg)
Age Range: 15+ years
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