Morinaga Misalignment Illusion See Appendix A

MORITA THERAPY THEORY. The Japanese psychiatrist Shoma Morita (1874-1938) introduced this form of psychotherapy - based on Buddhist doctrine and beliefs - to psychology. The therapy initially involves four to seven days of complete bed rest without any activities/behaviors such as talking or even reading. Following this extended rest period, a program of progressively difficult and demanding activities and work is administered, often in a communal setting. The Morita approach has been employed, in particular, in treating individuals exhibiting somatoform disorders/symptoms, such as hypochondriasis, as manifested in intense preoccupation and anxiety about one's health. See also BUDDHISM/ZEN BUDDHISM, DOCTRINE OF;

CONDUCT, LAWS OF; PSYCHOSO-

MATICS THEORY.

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