Factious Disorders

Factious Disorders - Factious Disorders Mind/Body Connection or interaction Real physical symptoms To get sympathy and attention Munchausens

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Factious Disorders Mind/Body Connection or interaction Real physical symptoms To get sympathy and attention Munchausen’s Syndrome- When the person makes themselves sick. They take things to make themselves sick. Munchausen’s-By-Proxy – When you make someone else sick. Paraphilias In appropriate sexual fantasies urges and behaviors (6 months) Fetishism Sexual Arousal Based on an inanimate object such as panties, shoes, etc Then they masturbate Transvestic Fetishism Sexual Arousal By dressing in Opposite Gender clothing Otherwise they live a normal life Exhibitionism Genital exposure in public Arousal from shocked response from doing this Voyeurism Peeping Tom trying to find females undressing or bathing, etc Sexual Arousal and then masturbation Invasion of Privacy Unsuspecting Victim Often goes unreported Frotteurism Sexual arousal by rubbing genitals against a victim in crowded locations. Gender Identity Disorder
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2010 for the course PSYC 001 taught by Professor Carlivati during the Fall '08 term at GWU.

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Factious Disorders - Factious Disorders Mind/Body Connection or interaction Real physical symptoms To get sympathy and attention Munchausens

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