anhedonia

NOUN
  1. an inability to experience pleasure
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  • The most commonly reported effects were irritability at home, being less able to deal with routine family problems, poor sleep, low mood and anhedonia, preoccupation with the suicide, and decreased self confidence.
  • The early clinical picture may be complicated by comorbid depression, apathy, anxiety, and anhedonia.
  • The Reynolds Adolescent Depression Scale assesses symptoms of depression, such as depressed mood, anhedonia, and somatic complaints.
  • Depression causes anhedonia (lack of pleasure in life and the original title of Woody Allen's ‘Annie Hall’), self reproach, suicidal ideation, and indecisiveness.
  • Appetites for both food and sexual pleasure fade, creating a state called anhedonia, or a lack of pleasure-seeking. Healing After the Suicide of a Loved One
  • Patients with CFS lack feelings of anhedonia, guilt, and decreased motivation classically seen in patients with depression. (26,27)
  • Negative symptoms are the absence of something that is normall present, such as flattened or masked affect, alogia, avolition, anhedonia, and attentional impairment. Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]
  • However, as this infection and its psychological effects progressed, I began to lose interest in the usual pleasures of life (a condition called anhedonia), including pleasure from sex.
  • Certain parallels have been made between the behavioral effects of the immune system, including anhedonia, and the behavioral changes and anhedonia found in depressed people.
  • {143} Professor Ribot has proposed the name anhedonia to designate this condition. Varieties of Religious Experience, a Study in Human Nature
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