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1.Persons (professional and nonprofessional) who do not carry the stigmatizing trait but are knowledgeable and offer sensitive understanding to individuals who do carry it.
7.A layperson response to stigma in which a label is attached to an individual's condition and influences the way we think about that individual.
8.A layperson response to stigma in which the person with stigma is viewed as less valuable, less human, or less desired.
9.A response to stigma in which only some information is shared, possibly with a limited number of people.
11.When individuals without disability cannot accurately estimate the limits of potential participation for those with a disease or disability, incorrectly assuming that a disabled individual is not able to participate.
12.A type of stigma represented by the deficit between the expected norm of perfect physical condition and the actual physical condition.
14.The changing professional attitude regarding care for patient's with chronic illness. Cure is neither essential nor necessary in order that the client benefit. Instead, caring, demonstrated by valuing and assisting should be the goal.
19.A choice not to reflect on or discuss painful incidents of stigma.
20."A mark of shame or discredit, an identifying mark or characteristic" (Merriam Webster, 2011).
21.An abstinence from social activities that is based on limitations caused by a disability or illness.
22.In 1963 this person defined stigma as something that disqualifies an individual from full social acceptance.
2.Response to stigma in which individuals may speak out and challenge rules or protocols if their needs are not met.
3.A type of stigma represented by the belief that an infected person could have controlled the behaviors that resulted in the infection.
4.A type of stigma that originates when one group perceives features of race, religion, or nationality of another group as deficient compared with their own socially constructed norm.
5.Pretending to have no disability or assuming a less stigmatic identity as a way to manage a stigmatizing condition.
6.A layperson response to stigma in which individuals are categorized. This allows us to react to group expectations rather than to individuals.
10.A healthcare delivery model that focuses on dividing power between the patient and the healthcare provider.
13.Benefits derived from symptoms. For example, in the sick role, receiving extra attention from loved ones.
15.The situational response of others to a visible, overt stigmatizing attribute of another.
16.Response to stigma in which people separate into small subgroups, staying with one's own group.
17.The internalized perception of being devalued or "not as good as" by an individual.
18.De-emphasizing one's own differentness in an attempt to make the difference seem smaller or less significant than it really is.

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