Jennifer Lawrence hates being treated differently by people just because she's an Oscar winner.

'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' star keeps her prestigious acting trophy - which she won earlier this year for her role in 'The Silver Linings Playbook' - at her mother's house so people don't fuss over her and she surrounds herself with normal people to keep her life as close as possible to how it has always been.

She told USA Today newspaper: ''People treating you differently when you don't feel any differently is really alienating. I just get allergic to that kind of thing. You can see, the way they look at you.

''I can see if that was who I surrounded myself with, that's why you change. I find people who don't change. That's where I get my reality.''

Jennifer, 23, is dating British actor Nicholas Hoult, who helps keep her grounded, and is hoping to take a break after making her current movie, 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay', to catch up on things she's missed out on.

She added: ''I've built my career. I need to build my human life. I need to get a house and connect to the people around me and not work for a little while.''