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Research projects are to be conducted by the post-doctorate candidatesThe research are done under supervision of Danedh-e Tandorosti Institute, Psychosomatic Research Center of Isfahan University of Medical Sciences, and Albert Ludwigs University

  • The development of a method in Iranian culture for informing adopted children of their adoption based on experiences of families, adopted children, and social workers: A grounded theory.
  • Services package of psychosomatic medicine for family physicians (IR Iran 2016).
  • The effect of a bioenergy economy based program on the intensity of symptoms and the quality of life among patients with myofascial pain syndrome.
  • Comparison of somatization symptoms in patients with breast, lung and colon cancer and their relatives.
  • Iranian physician’s experience of participation in a Balint training group:  A qualitative study.
  • Psychosomatics specifications of the body image acceptance and action questionnaire among psychosomatic patients of Kashan.
  • Psychosomatic assessment in different clinical setting, affecting morbidities Natanz Psychosomatic cohort study.
  • Psychosomatic sensitivity test: Design and implementation.
  • The effectiveness of bioenergy economy (BEE) on biopsychosocial factors in post myocardial infraction patients.
  • Exploration of morphology, bodily effects, bodily expressions of emotions and patterns of somatization of symptoms in Iranian culture: A mixed exploratory study.
  • Assessment the effect of web based education and self-hypnotherapy on quality of life, stress, and anxiety, knowledge, severity symptom index in IBS patient.
  • Investigating body image and somatic symptoms of couples with marital conflicts in reference to family counselling centers, Mashhad, Iran.
  • A review study on the effect of body image on psychosomatic disorders.
  • Comparison of somatic symptoms among distressed and non-distressed personalities.
  • Comparison of body image dimensions among mastectomy patients, breast reconstructive post-mastectomy candidates and healthy women who volunteered for cosmetic surgery.