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apathy

 [ap´ah-the]
lack of feeling or emotions; indifference.

ap·a·thy

(ap'ă-thē),
Indifference; absence of interest in the environment. Often one of the earliest signs of cerebral disease.
[G. apatheia, fr. a- priv. + pathos, suffering]

apathy

/ap·a·thy/ (ap´ah-the) lack of feeling or emotion; indifference.apathet´ic

apathy

[ap′əthē]
Etymology: Gk, a, pathos, not suffering
an absence or suppression of emotion, feeling, concern, or passion; an indifference to stimuli found generally to be exciting or moving. The condition is common in patients with neurasthenia, depressive disorders, and schizophrenia. apathetic, adj.

apathy

Psychology Indifference, numbness. See Erotic apathy.

ap·a·thy

(ap'ă-thē)
Indifference; absence of interest in the environment. Often one of the earliest signs of cerebral disease or depression.
[G. apatheia, fr. a- priv. + pathos, suffering]

ap·a·thy

(ap'ă-thē)
Indifference; absence of interest in the environment. Often one of the earliest signs of cerebral disease.
[G. apatheia, fr. a- priv. + pathos, suffering]

apathy

failure to respond emotionally to external stimuli.