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Somatization vs. Psychologization of Emotional Distress: A Paradigmatic Example for Cultural Psychopathology
Online Readings in Psychology and Culture
This paper describes the developing area of cultural psychopathology, an interdisciplinary field of study focusing on the ways in which cultural factors contribute to the experience and expression of psychological distress. We begin by outlining two approaches, often competing, in order to provide a background to some of the issues that complicate the field. The main section of the paper is devoted to a discussion of depression in Chinese culture as an example of the types of questions that candoi:10.9707/2307-0919.1080 fatcat:bmuxqnejnnchxczcf54tyfbu3a