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What is illness behaviour?

The way in which given symptoms may be differently perceived, evaluated and acted upon (or not) by different people

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What is disease?

A pathological condition of the body

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What type of model does the idea of disease fit with?

The "body as a machine" model

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What is illness?

Experience of discomfort and suffering

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Out of disease and illness, which one is subjective and which is objective?

Disease = objective
Illness = subjective

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What is stigma?

When you use a label attached to a person e.g. HIV, to judge the person negatively

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What is a role?

Bundles of social expectations attaching to a position within a social structure

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What is perception?

The way in which something is regarded, understood or interpreted

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What is sensation and how does this relate to perception?

Sensation is the raw data; the physical stimulus that impacts on the sense organs
Perception provides meaning from this raw data

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What is impression?

An idea, feeling or opinion about something or someone especially one formed without conscious thought

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How does impressions affect perception?

They have a strong selective bias in a person's perception

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What is inference?

A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning

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What is Gestalt Psychology?

The idea that the human eye sees objects in their entirety before perceiving their individual parts - "the whole is greater than the sum of its parts"

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What is stereotyping?

Attribution of one trait leads to interference of other traits

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What is ostracism?

Exclusion from a society or group

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What is affect?

Momentary feeling state (we struggle to suppress this although it is possible)

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What are the 6 primary affects?

Happiness
Surprise
Fear
Sadness
Disgust
Interest

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What is cognition?

The mental action or process of acquiring knowledge and understanding through thought, experience and the senses

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What does emotion involve?

Cognitive interpretation as well as physiological arousal e.g. regret, shame, guilt, embarrassment

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What is "affect display"?

External appearance in relation to an affect