Ch 9 Somatoform and Dissociative Disorders outline

Ch 9 Somatoform and Dissociative Disorders outline - Ch 9...

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Ch 9 Somatoform and Dissociative Disorders outline Somatoform Disorders - A wide variety of conditions in which psychological conflicts are translated into physical problems or complaints. Impair functioning, causes distress. No physiological basis. Won’t be indicated on physical or neurological tests. COMORBIDITY People who suffer from somatoform disorders (especially somatization and hypochondriasis) frequently have comorbid depression Somatization disorder and hypochondriasis are associated with anxiety Antisocial personality disorder is often seen in family members of people with somatization disorder Related to somatization disorder is pain disorder. Pain Disorder: A somatoform disorder in which the only symptom is pain that has no physiological basis. Dissociative Disorders Syndromes that feature major losses or changes in memory, consciousness, and identity, but do not have physical causes DISSOCIATIVE IDENTITY DISORDER Dissociative identity disorder:
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