Relevant Research

Publications relevant to Greene Climacteric Scale

  • Greene, J. G. (1976) A factor analytic study of climacteric symptoms. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 20, 425—430. 
  • Greene, J. G. (1984) The Social and Psychological Origins of the Climacteric Syndrome. (Chapter 7—Methodological Issues in Climacteric Research). Gower: Aldershot, Hants.
  • Greene, J. G. (1990) Factor Analyses of Climacteric Symptoms: Toward a Consensual Measure. Unpublished Report. Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Glasgow.
  • Greene, J. G. and Cooke, D. J. (1980) Life stress and symptoms at the climacteric. British Journal of Psychiatry, 136, 486—491.
  • Greene, J. G. (1983) Bereavement and social support at the climacteric. Maturitas, 5, 115—124.
  • Greene, J. G. and Hart, D. M. (1987) Evaluation of a psychological treatment programme for climacteric women. Maturitas, 9, 41—48.
  • Dow, M. G., Hart, D. M. and Forrest, C. A. (1983) Hormonal treatments of sexual unresponsiveness in post menopausal women: a comparative study. British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 90, 361—366. J. G. Greene Department of Clinical Psychology Gartnavel Royal Hospital Glasgow G12 OXH United Kingdom.
  • Greene, J.G., (1998) Constructing a standard climacteric scale, Maturitas, 29, 25-31.
  • Gower; Aldershot Hants (1984) The Social and Psychological Origins of the Climacteric Syndrome

Other Related Publications by J. G. GREENE

  • Greene, J. G. (1979) Stress at the climacterium: The assessment, of symptomatology, Stress and Anxiety, Vol. 7 (eds. I. Sarason and C. Spielberger), Wiley, New York.
  • Greene, J. G. and Cooke, D. J. (1980) Life stress and symptoms at the c1imacterium. British Journal of Psychiatry, 136, 486-491.
  • Cooke, D.J. and Greene, J. G. (1981) Types of life events in relation to symptoms at the c1imacterium., Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 25, 5-11.
  • Greene, J. G. and Cooke, D. J. (1981) Psychosocia1 factors in women during the c1imacteric: A community study, Clinical Psycho1ogy and Medicine: A Behavioural Perspective (ed. C. J. Main) Plenum, New York.
  • Severne, L., Greene, J. G. (1986) Lifestyles: Coping with life events and stress at the climacteric. In The C1imacteric in Perspective (eds. M, Notelovitz and P. van Keep) MTP Press, Lancaster.
  • Greene, J.G. (1987) Factor analyses of climacteric symptoms. In Prevenzlone e Terapia in Climacteric (eds. L. Ziche11a and G. Perrone). Monduzzi Editore, Bologna.
  • Greene, J. G. and Lock, M. (1987) Psychosocial mode Is of the c1imacteric. In The Climacteric and Beyond (eds.) L. Ziche1 la, M. Whitehead and P. van Keep), Parthenon, Carnforth, Lanes.
  • Greene, J. G. (1988) A biosocial model of the climacteric syndrome. In Il c1imaterio Femmini1e (eds. F. Bottiglioni and D. de Aloysio) Monduzzi Editore, Bo1ogna.
  • Greene, J.G. (1990) Psychosocial influences and life events at the time of the menopause. The Menopause (ed. R. Formanek) Analytic Press, Hillsdale, N.J.
  • Greene, J. G. (Ed) (1991) Longitudinal Studies of the Menopause, Maturitas, special issue 14, 95-160.


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