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A Psychiatric SG1

Loss of memory amnesia
Severe lack of responsiveness to others, preoccupation with inner thoughts; withdrawal and retarded language development. autism
Uncontrollable urge to perform act repeatedly. compulsion
The internalized conscience and moral part of the personality. superego
Unstable; undergoing rapid emotional change. labile
A fixed, false belief that cannot be changed by logical reasoning or evidence. delusion
Varying degree of uneasiness, apprehension, or dread often accompanied by palpitations, tightness in the chest, breathlessness, and choking sensations. anxiety
Delusions of persecution or grandeur or combinations of the two. paranoia
Sadness, hopelessness; depressive mood. dysphoria
The central coordinating branch of the personality. ego
Exaggerated feeling of well-being. euphoria
Nonreactive state; stupor. mutism
Absence of emotions; lack of interest or emotional involvement. apathy
Involves significant impairment of reality testing, with symptoms such as delusions psychosis
State of excessive excitability; hyperactivity and agitation. mania
Anxiety becomes a bodily symptom, such as blindness, deafness, or paralysis, that conversion
An involuntary, persistent idea or emotion. obsession
Techniques people employ to ward off the anxiety produced by these conflicts. defense mechanisms
Marked by intense fear or discomfort and symptoms such as palpitations, sweating, panic attack
Uncomfortable feelings are separated from their real object. In order to avoid mental dissociation
False or unreal sensory perception as, for example, hearing voices when none are hallucination
Represents the unconscious instincts id
Gradual loss of intelectual abilities dementia
Eating disorders bulimia & anorexia
Drugs that produce a state of CNS excitment, hyperactivity, hallucinations, delusions, HTN, mood change. hallucinogens
Created by: leemiller