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1

what previous DSM-4 disorders are now included int he DSM-5 Somatic Symptom DIsorder?

pain disorder
hypochondriasis
somatization disorder
undifferentiated somatization disorder

2

somatic symptom is highly cormorbid with:

anxiety d/o
depressive d/o
personality d/o

3

men tend to report a higher number of somatic symptoms

FALSE
(females report higher somatic symptoms)

4

what is the biggest predictor adult somatic symptom disorder?

parent absence during childhood illness

5

individuals with somatic symptom disorder often seek care from multiple doctors & have excessive concern or dysfunction due to symptoms

TRUE

6

common feature of somatic symptom and related disorders?

prominence of somatic symptoms associated with significant distress/impairment

7

preoccupation with having or getting a serious illness

Illness Anxiety Disorder

8

Illness Anxiety Disorder

A. preoccupation with having or getting a serious illness
B. somatic sx are not present or are mild & if there is a current medical condition (or high risk) procuppation is excessive compared to medical condition
C. anxiety about health & is easily alarmed by health status
D. excessive health-related behaviors or maladptive avoidance
E. illness preoccupation present for 6 months (or more) but fear of illness can change
*specify if: care seeking type or care-avoidant type

9

1 or more clinicaly significant psychological or behavioral factors that adversely affect a medical condition by increasing risks

Psychological Factors Affecting other Medical COnditions

10

Psychological Factors Affecting other medical conditions:

Psychological Factors Affecting other medical conditions:
A. Medical Sx o condition is present
B. Psychological or behavioral factors negatively affect medical condition in 1 (or more)
i. Factos influence course of medical condition
ii. Factors interefere with treatment
iii. Factors constitute health risks
iv. Factors influence Sx
C. Psychological or behavioral factors are not due to other disorders

11

Conversion d/o

Conversion d/o
A. 1 (or more) Sx of altered voluntary motor or sensory function
B. evidence of incompatibility btwn Sx and medical condition
C. Sx not due to medical condition or mental disorder

12

falsification of physical or psychological Sx on self or another

Factitious D/o:
Imposed on self
Imposed on Another

13

Factitious D/o:
Imposed on self
Imposed on Another

Factitious D/o:

Imposed on self:
A. Falsification of physical or psychological Sx or induced injury or disease
B. Presents themselves to others as ill, impaired or injured
C. Deceptive behavior is evident even in the absence of obvious external rewards
D. Not due to another mental disorder

Imposed on another:
A. Falsification or physical or psychological sx or induction of injury in another
B. Individuals Presents another individual to others as ill, impaired or injured
C. Deceptive behavior is evident even in the absence of obvious external rewards
D. Not due to another mental disorder