alexithymia


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alexithymia

(ˌeɪlɛksɪˈθaɪmɪə)
n
(Psychiatry) an inability to recognize, understand, and describe emotions
[C20: a-1 + Greek lexis word + -thymia]
Translations
alexithymie
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Additionally, three multiple linear regressions were conducted to predict symptoms from gender, age, and alexithymia (considering only DIF and DDF, based on the previous results of correlations, reliability, and factor structure).
The Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS-20) is a 20-item self-administered scale used to measure alexithymia, a psychological construct that refers to people who have trouble identifying and describing emotions and who tend to minimize emotional experience, because they focus their attention externally [17].
Two studies assessed alexithymia (i.e., inability to identify and describe emotions in oneself) as part of the BAP.
Alexithymia is an inability to understand, process, or describe feelings.
Child maltreatment, alexithymia, and problematic internet use in young adulthood.
Alexithymia, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, psychiatric symptoms (i.e., somatization, paranoid indentation, obsessive-compulsive symptoms) and affective temperament profile were examined in a few studies.
B) Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS-20, Spanish validation of Moral de la Rubia & Retamales, 2000), a 20-item self-reported measure using a Likert type scale of 5 points, with a range of scores from 20 to 100.
* w badaniu pierwszym--do pomiaru aleksytymii zastosowano skale aleksytymii [21], czyli spolszczona wersje skali Toronto Alexithymia Scale-20 (TAS-20) [22],