Pain is a multidimensional experience influenced by a variety of physical and psychosocial factors.
The exploration of psychosocial factors in relation to suicide risk is by no means new.
The contribution of psychosocial factors to the initial onset of depression in diabetes is modest.
Therefore, chronic marital distress may be a more salient psychosocial risk factor for women than for men.
Recent studies have attempted to define the psychosocial factors related to glycemic control.
Substance abuse is a psychosocially contagious epidemic and not a simple indicator or function of the level of social and personal problems in a community.
Those patients diagnosed with CF as adults differ, both medically and psychosocially , from those diagnosed at a younger age; these differences have implications for diagnosis, treatment, and education.
Abnormal scars can cause unpleasant symptoms and be aesthetically distressing, disfiguring, and psychosocially and functionally disabling. Appropriate treatment depends on scar type and aetiology.
Developmental perspectives toward understanding minors' decision-making capacities attempt to determine when minors are cognitively and psychosocially mature enough to provide informed consent.
It was expected that the more psychosocially mature adolescents would be less involved in the risky behavior of heavier drinking, both concurrently and longitudinally.