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Sociogenic illness is a term that is used to describe a medical condition that spreads within a social group, but does not seem to have a common organic cause. Sociogenic illnesses may be psychosomatic in nature, or may be defined by individuals with disparate illnesses that are wrongly linked to a common cause.

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