Taijin kyôfushô (DSM-5)

Taijin kyôfushô as it appears in the fifth version of DSM ” Taijin kyôfushô (”interpersonal fear disorder in Japanese”) is a cultural syndrome characterized by anxiety about and avoidance of interpersonal situations due to the thought, feeling, or conviction that one’s appearance and actions in social interactions are inadequate or offensive to others. In the … Continue reading Taijin kyôfushô (DSM-5)