EMOTIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SOMATIZATION AS A STRESS REACTION
In the article is discussed the role of emotions in the process of development of stress as a stress reaction, justifying the given issue in psychological perspectives. Here are presented the mechanisms and the main factors for expression of emotions in somatic level, such as the diffi culties of emotional cognition, high emotional control, social and ethnic-cultural infl uence.
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