Talk:Psychosocial

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Citation[edit]

The tag on the article seems unnecessary now as there are references in the article and there is no indication of to what a reference/citation is required. Could we just remove the tag? LookingGlass (talk) 09:45, 26 July 2009 (UTC)

Comment[edit]

every employer entering the work place for the time has a p[ersonal history. Therefore, it is important for manager to treat each employer as an individual, which are critical for enhanced organizational competitvitness. Fully discuss the psychosocial factors may impact on their productivity and organizational competitveness. Template:Unsignedi~p

Feel free to share some of those here if you wish. Then they can be integrated into the article. -- Tim D 19:06, 20 November 2006 (UTC)

Need for a section on Psychosocial Morbidity[edit]

Psychosocial by Slipknot is the best, fuck the rest =) I'll add one and hope it won't be taken amiss. This is to avoid making a Psychosocial Morbidity stub that would end up needing to be moved to the Wiktionary or end up needing to be merged into this article anyhow.

The terminology is used with good reason currently in the Klinefelter's syndrome article, to describe the results of a reference: Simm PJ, Zacharin MR. "The psychosocial impact of Klinefelter syndrome--a 10 year review". J Pediatr Endocrinol Metab 2006 Apr;19(4):499-505. PMID 16759035

I'll create the section and attempt to populate it with something meaningful. My goal here is to try to make it clear that "Psychosocial Morbidity" sounds a lot worse to the layperson than it is (i.e. the death here implied by the "morbidity" term is not necessarily real living/breathing death). --MalcolmGin 13:07, 24 March 2007 (UTC)

Personally, I'm not too sure that the term needs its own subsection, as it simply refers to some sort of breakdown or problem in psychosocial functioning. Maybe there can be a broader subsection called "Psychosocial problems" where various terms such as this can be presented? -- Tim D 05:15, 25 March 2007 (UTC)
That's cool. If Psychosocial itself were to get substantively longer, it might be easier to link to a special section when explaining the issue in other articles (Klinefelter's syndrome links here), but for now, since the Psychosocial article is so short, it hardly matters whether there's a special subsection or not. --MalcolmGin 06:01, 25 March 2007 (UTC)