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to evoke a usually strong mental or emotional response from

to take on or give a false appearance of

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But there are nuances to Benning's "flatness"; this view of a world of blunted affect is not totalizing, as her work's limited dimensionality actually heightens her portrayal of subjectivity.
Findings include blunted affect, bulimia, hypersexuality, and aggressive behavior.
Some of these changes include blunted affect, poor concentration, impaired short- and long-term memory, apathy, social withdrawal, avoidance of complex tasks, and personality changes.
The harder-to-treat negative symptoms include blunted affect, social withdrawal and lack of motivation.
They were identified as such by their high deficit score, which was calculated by subtracting their combined total scores on the widely used Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS) for items addressing hostility, guilt, anxiety, and depression, from their combined scores for poverty of speech and blunted affect.