Flat affect refers to apparently emotionless demeanor that include toneless speech and vacant gaze when a reaction would be expected. Flat affect also refers to the observable absence of or minimal presence of facial expression as if the person is unaffected by the contextual environment that surrounds him/her.
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flat affect refers to apparently emotionless demeanor which include toneless speech and vacant gaze when a reaction would be expected.
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