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Professional practice

As already indicated, even quite young children may be shy about nakedness and concerned about physical privacy. Children and young people of all ages may fail to disclose symptoms if they fear that disclosure could prompt an unwanted physical examination. Symptoms may be relocated to more 'public' parts of the body and some 'disgusting' symptoms such as discharges not reported at all. Any discussion of menstruation may be experienced as intensely embarrassing, especially with an adult of the opposite sex. Children may feel the need to keep secret their knowledge about sex and reproduction so discussion about future fertility may need to include reassurance and permission to be knowledgeable, together with sufficient explanation to cover gaps and misinformation. Children and young people are often self-conscious about their physical appearance. They may well be ashamed and confused about sexual feelings and embarrassed about romantic attractions, so these may also be kept secret....

The Malignant Thyroid Nodule

Please note that you must never permit a surgeon to perform only a nodulectomy (surgical removal of the thyroid nodule without removing the complete half of the gland with the nodule). This would be considered substandard surgical care. Treating thyroid cancer (see Chapter 9) requires that the entire thyroid gland be surgically removed before any additional treatment can be given. Additionally, many thyroid cancers are multifocal, meaning that many individual tumors are present at different places in the thyroid gland, but frequently the surgeon cannot see this solely based on the obviously visible, or gross, physical appearance of the thyroid gland. Also, it's always safest for a surgeon to operate on a virgin side of the neck so that scarring from previous surgery has not obscured key landmarks inside the neck that help the surgeon to avoid complications. By performing a total thyroid lobectomy (removal of a com

Interpersonal Psychotherapy

For at least a century, since Sigmund Freud invented psychoanalysis, psychotherapy has been an important part of psychiatric treatment. Yet until recently, the utility of talking treatments rested on therapists' belief rather than research data. Hundreds of psychotherapies arose, many developed by charismatic therapists, but none had an empirical basis. Only in the last 30 years have psychotherapies been carefully tested to see when they are helpful and when they are not. Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) is one of still few psychotherapies to have undergone rigorous testing and been shown to help patients with specific psychiatric diagnoses.

The impact of infertility

Kate is a well-educated, articulate young woman with a smart appearance that covers her struggle to control a body that she distrusts and that she feels lets her down. At times she is physically unwell. Kate was diagnosed at age seven and her parents told her 'everything' at age ten. She felt her experience of TS was negatively influenced by having ongoing medical reviews and by the constant pressure to 'measure up' to a height increase that her doctor and parents wanted. At school there were always reminders of her different height and body shape. She described the contradiction between being short and infertile yet attaining physical development and periods through female hormone medication, and also the contradiction between her chronological age and her younger physical appearance. Contradictions extended to social behaviour

Selfconcept body image sexual identity

Cancer has the potential to influence development of self-concept, a key task, among young people (Rowland 1990). Alterations in physical appearance, including weight changes, hair loss, amputations, placement of catheters to facilitate treatment administration, scars and alterations in skin colouration and texture, not only make children and teens feel different from peers but also may represent frightening changes in the body with an adverse impact on self-esteem. Fears that the body will never return to its original appearance, of not being recognized by others or of being mistaken for an individual of the opposite sex, often lead to shame, social isolation, and regressive behaviours (Die-Trill and Stuber 1998). These sometimes sudden alterations in body image are often perceived by patients as a threat to their well-being, causing anxiety. Also, self-image and life outlook appear to be worse among survivors who perceive treatment-related physical limitation as being moderate to...

Evidence That People are Biased in Favor of the Physically Attractive

Scientists find that most people, most of the time, are biased in favor of the good-looking. The Greek philosopher Sappho contended that what is beautiful is good. Today, scientists have come to a fuller understanding of just how, where, when, and why physical appearance is important. There seem to be four steps in the stereotyping process

Maintaining texture conventional prefreezing treatments

Damage that causes loss of turgor and texture changes (Haard, 1997). Loss of tissue firmness, disruption of the cell membrane, and excessive softness are the major consequences which need to be avoided (Rahman, 1999). Loss of membrane semipermeability and disruption of cellular compartments can be minimized by rapid freezing rate, low storage temperature, and slow thawing (Haard, 1997). The use of pre-freeze treatments can help to reduce (or avoid) detrimental phenomena, either by inactivating the deterioration reactions, or by reducing the water content in the material (Torregiani, 2000). Prior to freezing, the fresh fruit is normally washed to improve the microbiological standard and physical appearance. A fast continuous wash will minimize the leaching of color and flavor. A close inspection should be carried out to remove any foreign material that might still be adhering to the fruit, together with any blemished pieces. After washing, fruits can be individually quick frozen (IQF)...

For Survivors of NonCNS Malignancies

While childhood cancer survivors do show some social developmental differences, it is not clear that these differences represent deficits. Overall, survivors of childhood cancer are rated as more socially isolated and they have fewer best friends than do other children 60 .Survivors participate in fewer than half as many normative peer activities (e.g. going to a friend's house, going out with friends, playing sports) as their never-ill peers 46 . Children whose physical appearance and athletic ability were affected by their treatment may be at higher risk for some of these social challenges 50,60 . For survivors of non-CNS malignancies, there seem to be few immediate consequences of these social differences. Despite being identified as more socially isolated and having fewer best friends, childhood cancer survivors are as well liked as their classmates. Teachers rate survivors as less aggressive than other children and, in some studies, as more sociable 13 . Furthermore, as mentioned...

Rivers are the Product of their Landscapes

Rivers are shaped by environmental factors that control essentially all aspects of the river's physical appearance, vary from place to place, and can be organized hierarchically according to spatial scale (Snelder and Biggs 2002). Climate, topography, geology, and vegetation cover are fixed environmental variables that the river cannot influence, and because climate tends to be expressed at a larger spatial scale than topography, followed by geology and vegetation, their influence is approximately hierarchical

Value Systems in the Relation Between Physical Activity and Health Behaviors

We performed this type of analyses for each type of self-evaluation and importance ratings obtained by the students in the first assessment. The only dimension that made a statistically significant difference in the patterns of relations between physical activity and health behaviors was the importance that students assigned to physical appearance. Among those who assigned relatively little importance to physical appearance, those who practiced more vigorous physical activity were more likely to have healthier nutrition habits 9 months later. This pattern corresponded to a statistically significant longitudinal correlation (r .28). An opposite pattern characterized those who assigned more importance to physical appearance, although this pattern corresponded to a statistically nonsignificant longitudinal correlation between initial physical activity and subsequent healthy nutrition (r -.18). Only for illustrative purposes, these two patterns are diagrammed in Figure 1a in terms of mean...

Group and Gender Differences in Appearance Fitnessand Health Beliefs

At each assessment, students, on average, expressed positive evaluations about themselves in terms of physical appearance, fitness, and health, and considered these dimensions to be quite relevant and important to them. For all 5-point judgments, students' mean scale scores were at or greater than 3.6 (and standard deviations smaller than one unit), thus suggesting homogeneous positive endorsement.

Physical Activity and HRQL in Obesity

The negative effects of obesity on HRQL are clearly demonstrated. Both physical and mental components of HRQL are remarkably impaired when compared with population norms, particularly in subjects seeking treatment 21 and in those with psychological or psychiatric distress 22,23 .Also in subjects where obesity is superimposed on other chronic illnesses, a further deleterious impact is observed 24 , limited to physical components. Behavior therapy produces a systematic improvement in all scales of HRQL, largely outweighing the effects on body weight and resulting in a significant change in self-perceived health status 25 . Several uncontrolled studies have consistently demonstrated that physical exercise can positively influence the quality of life in obese adolescents, at risk of psychological distress for the stigma of obesity. Walker et al. investigated the change in body image, self-esteem, and worries in 57 obese adolescents attending a residential, weight-loss camp 26 . Obese...

Sexuality Orientation Identity And Gender

To sexologists and others that study sex, sexual identity refers to the way one views the self as a male or female. One's inner conviction of sexual identity may or may not mirror the outward physical appearance, the gender role society imposes, or the role one develops and prefers. These distinctions are crucial particularly in regard to transsexualism and the intersexed. In the real world, the transsexual, like others, is identified in terms of overt sexual anatomy. Transsexuals are reared as society views them. Nevertheless, the self-image of transsexuals is of the opposite sex. Their physical realities are in conflict with their mind's image. Gender identity is the recognition of how one is viewed within society. The female-to-male (FtM) transsexual has the sexual identity of a male but recognizes that society treats her as a woman. She strives to reconcile the two identities with masculinizing surgery and lifestyle. For a male-to-female (MtF) transsexual the situation is...

What the Dictionary Says

In English, in the great majority of cases of a cognate noun and verb, the verb is derived from the noun. However, the verbs of thinking buck this trend. The Oxford English Dictionary allows that the following nouns all are derived from the corresponding verbs thought, belief, desire, concept, intention, emotion, feeling, fear, admiration, doubt, memory, heed, hope, attention, recognition, cognition, decision, opinion, anticipation, grief, regret, purpose. And I presume there are others. In everyday talk, these nouns seem to function mostly as act nominalizations, although sometimes, when accompanied by metaphor, they can look a bit like metaphorical accessory nominalizations. For instance, see the list of metaphor-plus-nominalized-verb combinations in my introduction to the colloquial thinking vocabulary in chapter 8. What is most interesting, however, is what the dictionary says about the origin of the noun mind.

Is Passionate Love an Intensely Pleasurable or an Intensely Painful Experience

For centuries, theorists have bitterly disagreed over what passionate love really is. Is it an intensely pleasurable experience or an intensely painful one Some psychologists argue that passionate love is explained by the same reinforcement principles that explain interpersonal attraction in general. They contend that passionate love is stimulated by intensely positive experiences and dampened by intensely negative ones. Other theorists take the opposite tack. They argue that passion can be fueled by admiration for a social ideal, a desire to expand one's horizons, a yearning for challenge, mystery, and excitement . . . and sometimes even anger and hostility (see Aron & Aron, 1986). Most social psychologists would probably agree that both pleasure and pain can fuel passion. They would endorse the old adage The opposite of love is not hate but indifference.

Research on Informed Consent

Several studies have examined the effects of written consent forms on the therapy process. In general, the literature has documented primarily positive results from the use of written informed consent forms. For example, researchers found that the use of more written information increased participants' positive judgments of therapists' experience, likeability, and trustworthiness, particularly with respect to less experienced therapists. In addition, researchers have found that written consent forms do not negatively affect client attendance, nor do they increase the likelihood of premature termination. Despite these promising findings, research has been mixed on the impact of written consent forms on client disclosures in treatment settings. Some studies have found that warning clients of the limits of confidentiality reduces client disclosures, whereas other studies have found that it has no impact. Due to conflicting findings in the literature, further research is needed to clarify...

Influences of Directional Outcome Motivation

Sires for positive views of themselves (and certain well-liked others) have also been found to influence their use of stored knowledge in memory such as the selective activation of concepts and recall of events that support these views. These phenomena are exemplified in a series of studies by Santioso, Kunda, and Fong (1990). Participants in these studies read fictitious articles revealing that either introverts or extroverts tend to have more academic and professional success. Following this, individuals who believed that introversion was linked to success were more likely to recall, and were faster to recall, autobiographical instances of introverted behaviors than extroverted behaviors. The opposite pattern of results was found for individuals who believed that extroversion was linked to success.

The Connection Between Genotype And Phenotype

Phenotypic identity requires identity between genotypes, which cloning can ensure, and identity between environmental interactions, which it cannot ensure. At the most trivial level, we can anticipate less similarity even in physical appearance between cell donor and cloned recipient than that which is observed between one-egg twins. Placental attachment and fetal-maternal circulation can vary substantially, even for uniovular twins housed in one uterus. Developmental circumstances will be more variable between donor and cloned recipient, who will have been carried by different women.

Theories Of Development

The enigmas of human development have concerned philosophers and naturalists since people first began to wonder how plants and animals emerged from the products of fertilization.7 Despite the fact that there is no resemblance between the physical appearance of the seed and the form of the adult organism, the plant or animal to which it gives rise is an approximate replica of its progenitors. The earliest Greek explanation was preformation that is, the seed contains all adult structures in miniature. This ancient speculation, found in the Hippocratic corpus, was given poetic expression by Seneca In the seed are enclosed all the parts of the body of the man that shall be formed. The infant that is borne in his mother's wombe has the rootes of the beard and hair that he shall weare one day.8 The theory of preformation was so powerful that 1600 years later, when the microscope was invented, the first microscopists to examine a sperm were able to persuade themselves that they could see in...

Epsteinbarr Virus Ebv History Definition and Classification

Epstein and colleagues in London in the 1960s on electron microscopic examination of a cell line (EB), established with extracts from an African tumour, called Burkitt's lymphoma (BL). From its physical appearance, the virus was defined as a member of the herpesvirus family. BL itself had been identified about 10 years earlier during travels by the Irish-born surgeon, Denis Burkitt in sub-Saharan Africa. Carvings from earlier periods showed this tumour of B lymphocytes to be a disease long prevalent in certain parts of Africa. Later, a genuinely serendipitous finding showed the virus to be the causative agent of infectious mononucleosis. This came about when a laboratory technician in Philadelphia, with no antibodies to EBV, developed mononucleosis and on subsequent testing was found to be EBV-antibody positive. A causal effect for EBV in mononucleosis was thus confirmed (reviewed by Griffin, 1998). An association between EBV and a tumour of epithelial cells, nasopharyngeal carcinoma...

Development of sexuality and sexual identity

The physical changes at puberty can bring changes in patterns of mood and emotions for example, intense emotional attractions can be felt to adults of the same or opposite sex, such as pop stars, sporting stars and respected adults like teachers. This is part of the preparation for sexual relationships as sexual orientation becomes clearer. Sexual orientation is broader than whether we are attracted to males or females or both. It also covers other aspects of what we find attractive, including physical appearance and personality type, as well as any tendency for disordered attractions, such as towards children.

Collecting Human Embryonic Stem Cells

Embryoid bodies by the removal of LIF, FGF, and the feeder cell layer. Examination of the embryoid bodies showed differentiation of cell types representing all three embryonic germ layers ectoderm, meso-derm, and endoderm. The identities of the cells were based on physical appearance and the expression of various markers.

Fragile X

Because it is an X-linked disorder, fragile X affects males and females differently. In boys, fragile X is associated with variable presentations of mental retardation, difficulties with visuospatial and memory functioning, gaze avoidance, stereotypic behaviors, hyperactivity, and abnormal speech patterns, including echolalia, high-pitched speech, poor articulation, and dysfluency. Aggression and self-injurious behaviors are prominent in some individuals. Persons with fragile X commonly have a characteristic appearance that includes an elongated face, a large protruding jaw, large ears, enlarged testicles, and accentuated secondary sexual characteristics. In girls who are heterozygous for the fragile X full mutation, the syndrome is associated with a normal physical appearance, variable cognitive functioning that ranges from normal to mildly mentally retarded, and difficulties with mathematics, attention, social communication, and the regulation of anxiety (Reiss et al., 2000a)....


Studies investigating gender differences in cardiovascular response to stress, however, have been criticized on the grounds that they typically employ competitive mental tasks that can be characterized as masculine in nature (like mental arithmetic or a handgrip challenge). As such, the heightened cardiovascular responses commonly observed among males may represent the fact that men are more threatened or engaged by these sorts of tasks than women. In fact, studies comparing responses of men and women to tasks that might be characterized as being more challenging to the traditionally female gender role, like interpersonal cooperation with one's spouse or talking about one's physical appearance, have yielded greater cardiovascular responses among


Discrimination is based on social categories that individuals do not generally choose to belong to, including gender, race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, stigma, age, and physical appearance. Although it is normal to favor people who are similar to us (young children frequently play within gender groups and people date and marry primarily within their own race), discrimination involves unfair, unwarranted, and unjustifiable treatment of others.


Throughout the history of social psychology, the attitude construct has played a central role in the explanation of social behavior. Attitude is defined as a disposition to respond favorably or unfavorably to an object, person, institution, or event. An unobservable, hypothetical construct, attitude must be inferred from measurable responses that reflect positive or negative evaluations of the attitude object. People can be asked to express their attitudes directly, by judging the object of the attitude as good or bad or by rating their degree of liking for it. Alternatively, attitudes can be inferred more indirectly from cognitive responses or beliefs (reflecting the individual's perception of and information about the attitude object) affective responses (feelings toward the object) and conative responses (behavioral intentions, tendencies, and actions with respect to the object). For example, attitudes toward an ethnic group can be inferred from beliefs (whether valid or biased)...

Physical examination

A general physical examination is often not required to assess the patient with a sleep disorder, but there are specific aspects which should be noted in certain situations (Table 3.2). The degree of sleepiness or alertness, depression or anxiety should be recorded as well as any psychiatric features, for instance, schizophrenia or a personality disorder. The attitudes of the patient and the partner to the sleep complaint are important. The physical appearance may suggest a condition such as hypothyroidism or acromegaly which may be the cause of the sleep disorder.

Age Differences

Behavioral changes with age are as striking as changes in physical appearance. Both training and altered structures contribute to these psychological differences. Differences that occur throughout the life span are mainly studied by cross-sectional and longitudinal methods.

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