Terjemahan dari factitious
artificial, counterfeit, semblant, dummy, simulated, factitious
artificial, made, made in, synthetic, factitious, dummy
artificially created or developed.
a largely factitious national identity
sinonim: bogus, fake, specious, false, counterfeit, fraudulent, spurious, sham, mock, feigned, affected, pretended, contrived, engineered, inauthentic, ersatz, phony, pseudo, pretend
bogus, fake, specious, false, counterfeit, fraudulent, spurious, sham, mock, feigned, affected,pretended, contrived, engineered, inauthentic, ersatz, phony, pseudo, pretend
There are, of course extremes when it comes to lying and you may have heard of the terrible plight of people with Munchausen’s Syndrome or factitious disorder where people lie compulsively about illnesses that they know they do not have.
Researchers also note the need to examine the patient’s psychological status when hysteria, malingering, or factitious illness may be a factor.
The ear, freed from a factitious counting, takes joy in discerning, on its own, all the possible combinations of twelve tones.
The patients were not diagnosed as having a factitious disorder or malingering because their symptoms were judged not to be fabricated, feigned, or intentionally produced.
In part this is a corollary of what I have just been suggesting; that certain difficulties and objections, which may previously have seemed peripheral or even factitious , are made to stand out as fundamental and unavoidable.
The nurse informed me he had been carted off to start a course of factitious fever therapy, the only treatment then available to allay the late ravages of the spirochaete.
The problem is the difficulty of distinguishing malingering from factitious disorders, in which symptoms are intentionally produced but where there is no apparent external incentive and the motivation seems to be unconscious.
Finally, for each consultation episode the diagnosis was noted (if given) and it was determined whether the episode was medically unexplained, mixed (evidence of both physical and psychological disorder), or factitious .
The ringmaster selects only the audience questions he wants to use; he speaks repeatedly for Lola; the audience sees only the factitious and selective reconstructions of her scandalous life.
Most patients with factitious disorders are women with stable social networks, and more than half of these work in medically related occupations.
Feldman is a nationally known expert in the areas of factitious disorders, Munchausen by proxy and malingering, having written three books on these subjects.
Occasionally, epilepsy can be mistaken for narcolepsy, and factitious simulation of narcolepsy has been described.
Mart argues that our conception of factitious disorder by proxy derives from case studies rather than from scientific testing and that it should not be legally recognized.
I told her about factitious disorder and how I was convinced she was not looking for attention in this manner.
Thus, of Laetitia Landon he writes: ‘Her poetry recreates a factitious world and she is shrewd enough to see that her own perceptions are part of that world, as is the language in which she can speak of it’.
First, by so doing, he could secure a factitious glory at home; this would prevent or, at least, postpone the rise of a new opposition.
For decades, physicians have known about so-called factitious disorder, better known in its severe form as Munchausen syndrome.
She was said to be suffering from factitious illness by proxy, a disorder previously referred to as Munchausen’s syndrome by proxy.
People with factitious disorder feign or actually induce illness in themselves, typically to garner the nurturance of others.
In December 1796 he had prompted French sympathizers in cities freed by French arms from Modenese and papal rule to form themselves into a Cispadane Republic, itself absorbed in June 1796 into the equally factitious Cisalpine one.
Initially presenting doctors with factitiously ill children seems in some cases to become more direct manipulation, with complaints being directed at the doctors.
During multiple hospitalizations, she developed episodes of fever of unknown origin and was believed to have factitiously elevated her temperature.
The form or ‘ factitiousness ’ of the anecdote provides the shape and the subjectivity of the account.
I guess that there’s some part of me beneath all the factitiousness that really hopes life will have the happily ever after ending after all.
n many cases, it may be possible, from the suddenness and character of the symptoms, not only to detect the factitiousness of the disease, but to discover what particular substance had been used to induce it.
He runs through the disadvantages: the journal has no ‘mission’, no necessity; it forces the writer to strike poses, and in its triviality, inessentiality, and factitiousness incessantly opens the comic question, ‘Am I?’
And a reader who remembered that Arnaldo Momigliano and Brian Croke wrote important articles in the 1970s and 1980s on the factitiousness of the traditional 476 CE date for “the fall of the Roman empire” — such a reader would be surprised to find the old date resurrected and defended here.
But in addition to this, owing to the large portions of mercury, irritation of the intestinal canal may be produced factitiously which will be a complication not to be desired.