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alexithymia Apersonality style in which a person is neither highly aware of nor able to talk about his or her emotions.
body dysmorphic disorder a preoccupation with a body defect, either imaginary or greatly exaggeratd in the person 's mind, which causes strong distress and significant impairment in functioning.
conversion disorder disorder that involves the loss of bodily function in a manner that dies not correspond to known anatomical structures or functions.
hypochondriasis Extreme preoccupation with the fear of developing a disorder;involves fixation on and exaggeration of any mild or temporary symptom
malingering the intentional production of symptoms, or lying about symptoms, in order ot receive and environmental reinforcer.
neuroticism High negative emotionality or anxiety
pain disorder disorder that involves extreme pain that is not produced by a physical condition.
somatization disorder disorder that involves a history of chronic or recurrent multiple physical complaints (such as headaches, nausea, vomiting, abdominal disturbances, allergies,and fainting), often resulting in the paitent's seeking medical treatment; formerly known as Briq
somatoform disorder disorders that involve physical symptoms or complaints tht have a psychological cause and are not imtentionally produced or feigned.
secondary gain when an individual receives some indirect situational benefit as a result of having symptoms, such as increased attention or displays of concern.
primary gain individual gets direct reinforcement sucha s time off of work in relation to their illness
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