Quiz: Dissociative Fugue
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In dissociative fugue, people lose some or all of their memories from the past, and they usually leave their environments, such as their family or job. Dissociative fugue is often mistaken for malingering (faking physical or psychologic symptoms to obtain a benefit). Which of the following is characteristic of a person with dissociative fugue but NOT of a person malingering?

  • A.

    The person attempts to reduce exposure to a known hazard.

  • B.

    The person avoids responsibilities.

  • C.

    The person dramatizes symptoms.

  • D.

    The person has true memory loss.

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