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Loss of memory amnesia
Varying degrees of uneasines, apprehension, or dread anxiety
Absence of emotions lack of interest or emotional involvement apathy
Thinking is internally stimulated and ideas have a private meaning autistic thought
uncontrollable urge to perform an act repeatedly compulsion
Anxiety becomes a bodily symptom, such as blindness, deafness, or paralysis, that does not have an organic base conversion
A fixed, false belief that cannot be changed by logical reasoning or evidence delusion
Uncomfortable feelings are separated from their real object dissociation
Sadness, hopelessness depressive mood, or feeling "low" dysphoria
Exaggerated feeling of well-being euphoria
False or unreal sensory perception as, for example, hearing voices when none are present hallucination
Unstable; undergoing rapid emotional change labile
State of excessive exciteability; hyperactive elation mania
nonreactive state;stupor mutism
An involuntary, persistent idea or emotion obsession
Overly suspicious system of thinking paranoia
Characterized by unpleasent tension, distres, and avoidance behavior, ex: phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder anxiety disorders
Mood disorder with alternating periods of mania and depression bipolar disorder
Eating disorder with binge eating followed by vomitting, purging and depression bulimia nervosa
Active substance in marijuana cannabis
Condition marked by physical symptoms with no organic basis, appearing as a result of anxiety and unconscious inner conflict conversion disorder
Confusion in thinking dilirium
Fixed, false belief that cannot be changed by logical reasoning or evidence delusion
Loss of intellectual abilities with impairment of memory, judgement and reasoning as well as changed in personality dementia
Major mood disorder with chronic sadness, loss of energey, hopelessness depression
Chronic or sudden disturbance in memory, identity, or consciousness dissociative disorder
Central coordinating branch of the personality or mind ego
Flight from customary surrounding fugue
Strong and persisten cross-gender identification with the opposite sex gender identity disorder
Maor unconscious part of the personality id
Prolonged emotion dominates a person's life mood disorders
repressed conflicts lead to mental symptoms such as anxiety and fears that disturb ability to function neurosis
Anxiety disorder in which recurrent thoughts and repetitive acts dominate behavior obsessive-compulsive disorder
Recurrent intense sexual urge, fantasy, or behavior that involves unusual objects, activities or situations paraphilia
Lifelong personality patterns marked by inflexibility and impairment of social functioning personality disorders
Group of childhood disorders characterized by delays in socialization and communication skills pervasive developmental disorders
Anxiety-related symptoms appear after personal experience of a traumatic event post-traumatic stress disorder
Diagnostic personality test using unstructured stimuli (inkblots etc) projective (personality) test
physician (MD)can prescribe dugs psychiatrist
nonmedical professional (PhD or EdD) psychologist
Disorder marked by loss on contact with reality psychosis
Ability to perceive fact from fantasy reality testing
Defense mechanism by which unacceptable thoughts, feelings and impulses are automatically pushed into the unconsious repression
A psychosis marked by withdrawal from reality into an inner world or disorganized thinking and conflict schizophrenia
Disorders of paraphilias and sexual dysfunction Sexual disorders
Having physical symptoms that cannot be explained by any actual physical disorder or other well-described mental disorder ssuch as depression somatoform disorders
Regular overuse of pschoactive substances substance-related disorders
Central nervous system stimulants that may be used to treat depression and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder amphetamines
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