Lack of ability to feel pleasure.
A negative symptom in schizophrenia in which the individual is unable to feel pleasure.
inability to feel joy or pleasure
The inability to experience pleasure. In major depression, anhedonia is commonly noted as loss of pleasure in activities or experiences deemed as pleasurable or enjoyable by the client prior to the onset of the depressed episode.
Absence of pleasure from the performance of acts that would ordinarily be pleasurable.
Failure to enjoy positive emotional experiences
The inability to feel pleasure or happiness in response to experiences that are ordinarily pleasurable. Often a characteristic of major depression.
The inability to feel pleasure or happiness from experiences or events that have ordinarily been pleasurable.
Loss of interest in pleasurable activities; the inability to feel pleasure.
(an-he-do-ne-ah): An inability to enjoy activities that normally give pleasure.
Inability to experience pleasure from activities that usually produce pleasurable feelings. Contrast with hedonism. See also: Treatment
In psychology, anhedonia (< an- + Greek hÄ“donÄ“ pleasure Î·Î´Î¿Î½Î·) is an inability to experience pleasure from normally pleasurable life events such as eating, exercise, and social/sexual interactions.