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Interpretive Biases and Body Dysmorphic Disorder


  Body dysmorphic disorder characterizes those who are deeply concerned about real or imagined defects in their physique. The defect may be barely noticeable to the people around them, but the discomfort they experience is extraordinary. The concern of these individuals over their supposed defects is usually extremely intrusive, repetitive, limiting, and uncontrollable. It might involve any aspect, such as the shape, size, height, color, or asymmetry of areas of their body. This profoundly affects their life, often causing alterations in their social functioning. “In general, the person tends to have more than one concern at the same time and…

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