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What is illness behaviour?
How a person perceives, judges and acts upon their symptoms
What is disease?
A pathological condition of the body
What is illness?
A person's experience of discomfort and suffering
In terms of disease, what is a stigma?
Characteristic sign of a disease
What is an affect?
A momentary state of feeling e.g happiness, sadness, disgust, fear, interest