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AJ : Amplification, somatization, and the somatoform disorders . Psychosomatics 33 ( 1 ), 28 – 34 ( 1992 ) 10.1016/S0033-3182(92)72018-0 5

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Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors: Eszter Ferentzi, Benedek T. Tihanyi, Renáta Szemerszky, Zsuzsanna Dömötör, Bárdos György, and Köteles Ferenc

. 2000 ). Cognitive-behavioral therapy for somatization and symptom syndromes: a critical review of controlled clinical trials . Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics , 69 ( 4 ), 205 – 215

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. Salmon , P. , Skaife , K. , & Rhodes , J. ( 2003 ). Abuse, dissociation, and somatization in irritable bowel syndrome: towards an explanatory model . Journal of Behavioral Medicine , 26 ( 1 ), 1 – 18

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Euihyeon Na, Inyoung Choi, Taek-Ho Lee, Hyeseon Lee, Mi Jung Rho, Hyun Cho, Dong Jin Jung, and Dai-Jin Kim

-90-Revised (SCL-90-R; Korean validation by Kim, Kim, & Won, 1984 ) was designed to assess a broad range of psychopathological symptoms including somatization, obsession–compulsion, interpersonal sensitivity, depression, anxiety, hostility, phobic

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Katajun Lindenberg, Carolin Szász-Janocha, Sophie Schoenmaekers, Ulrich Wehrmann, and Eva Vonderlin

rated by caregivers. The BSI ( Franke, 2000 ) is a short form of the Symptom Checklist-90-Revised (SCL-90-R; Franke & Derogatis, 1995 ) and comprises 53 items. It assesses nine symptom scales, i.e., (a)  somatization , (b)  obsession–compulsion , (c

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Martin Bielefeld, Marion Drews, Inken Putzig, Laura Bottel, Toni Steinbüchel, Jan Dieris-Hirche, Gregor R. Szycik, Astrid Müller, Mandy Roy, Martin Ohlmeier, and Bert Theodor te Wildt

(SCL-90-R) The SCL-90-R ( Derogatis, 1977 ) measures the subjective impairment by physical and psychological symptoms within the past 7 days. The questionnaire consists of 90 items from which 83 items cover nine symptom areas: somatization

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-report scale using a 5-point Likert scale (ranging from 0 =  no problem to 4 =  very serious ) with minimum and maximum global scores of 0 and 360. The SCL-90-R comprises nine symptom scales (somatization, obsessive–compulsive symptoms, interpersonal

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be positively correlated with some dimensions of psychopathology (anxiety, phobic anxiety, depression, paranoid ideation, obsessive–compulsiveness, and somatization). In addition, we have evidenced that at least some of the religious denominations can

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version of the Brief Symptom Inventory (BSI-18)was used to measure psychological symptoms of distress: somatization,depression, and anxiety ( Derogatis, 2001 ). Reported internal consistency estimates for the totalscore of the BSI-18 are very good (α = .89

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last week along a Likert scale ranging from 0 (“Nothing at all”) to 4 (“Extremely”). The questionnaire measures the following nine factors: depression, anxiety, phobic anxiety, hostility, interpersonal sensitivity, somatization, psychoticism, paranoid

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