noun. 1. an unaware undertaking wherein anxiousness produced by psychological differences is changed into physical warning signs. Customarily, this endeavor was presumed to be integrated in disorder, but existing DSM-IV-TR diagnostic indicators for the disorder do not make these kind of implication. 2. literal modification in a person's morals, outlooks, or actions which happens due to a societal impact. Different from compliance, which is external and transient, it takes place whenever the designated person is individually persuaded by a convincing communication or internalizes and takes as their very own those morals declared by other team members. Commonly referred to as private acceptance.
CONVERSION: "The conversion of her fear and worry displayed itself in the form of hives and trembling."