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Although the interrelations among dizziness and various psychological factors have been well reported, this is not the case for various therapies. Group psychotherapy was attempted in twenty-six patients who consulted the Department of Otolaryngology, Aichi Medical University between April and September 1997. In addition, questionnaires and the locus length measured by stabilometry with opened eyes and closed eyes were studied before and after the therapy to evaluate the effect. Eight doctorsdoi:10.3757/jser.57.588 fatcat:zynf4lnggreftiyq2f6s3eyg2m