dysphoria

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dysphoria

[dis′fȯr·ē·ə]
(medicine)
The condition of not feeling well or of being ill at ease.
Morbid impatience and restlessness, anxiety, or fidgetiness.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Participants were sorted into dysphoric and non-dysphoric groups according to scores on the DASS- DS.
As a function of the selection criteria, there was a significant main effect for dysphoric status (Mood) (F (1,41) = 92.2, p<001), with the dysphoric group scoring higher on the DASS-DS (Men: Mean = 14.21, SD = 4.15; Women: Mean = 16.78, SD = 7.61) than the non-dysphoric group (Men: Mean = 2.45, SD = 2.73; Women: Mean = 2.73, SD = 2.24).
Gender (male v female) and Mood (dysphoric v non-dysphoric) were between subject variables, and Cue Type (positive, negative & neutral) was a within-subject variable.
The gender dysphoric is a person who may be moving toward an identity as a transsexual, while simultaneously resisting the transformation.
Gender dysphoric individuals are also highly invested in transgender behavior.
Cross-dressers have significantly less investment in transgender behavior, as it is not a continuously present element in the individuals' life (as it is for the transsexual and perhaps the gender dysphoric).
world and reality for another group of gender dysphoric patients, as if
By looking beyond their gender dysphoric patients' stated
group of gender dysphoric patients: sexual fantasmatic reassignment in