Una propuesta que desafía lo que siempre hemos creído | 12 ENE 18

¿Qué son los trastornos "funcionales"?

Colon irritable, fibromialgia y fatiga crónica, etc. explicaciones insuficientes y fracasos cotidianos. Una propuesta teórica novedosa que permite analizar fenómenos frecuentes desde un punto de vista diferente. ¿Qué hay entre lo biológico y lo psicológico? Teoría de la red adaptativa, un poderoso cambio de paradigma
Autor/a: Hyland Michael E.  Fuente: A New Paradigm to Explain Functional Disorders and the Adaptive Network Theory of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia Syndrome Captus University Publications. (2017) Sullivan GB, Cresswell J, Ellis B, Morgan M, Schraube E. Resistance and renewal in theoretical psychology. P 21-31 Concord, ON: Captus University Publications
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