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Making Sense of "Somatization": A Systematic Review of its Relationship to Pediatric Pain.

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Summary of "Making Sense of "Somatization": A Systematic Review of its Relationship to Pediatric Pain."

Pain and other physical symptoms commonly co-occur in childhood. There is debate about the relevance of somatization in understanding pain. The present review critically appraised and synthesized the extant literature on the relationship between pediatric pain and somatization.

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Name: Journal of pediatric psychology
ISSN: 1465-735X
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