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delirium confusion in thinking; marked by faulty perceptions and irrational behaviour
delirium tremens an acute psychotic state that occurs during alcohol or drug withdrawal
delusional disorder persistent false belief that is not due to any other mental disorder
dementia loss of highter mental functioning, memory and judgment. senile dementia occurs in old age and can include personality changes
deperssion a major mood disorder noted by chronic sadness,loss of energy,slowness in thinking, and possible psychotic features
dissociative disorder a condition where mental symptoms hide anxiety or unconscious conflicts (i.e. multiple personality disorder, psychogenic fugue)
dysthymia depressive episodes, but not of the same intensity or duration as major depression
ego the executive and co-coordinating aspect of the mind; it interrelates the id, superego,and reality to promote compromises between them
electroconvulsive therapy a form of psychiatric treatment in which an electric current produces a convulsive seizure and unconsciousness
family therapy the entire family meets regularly with a therapist to reslove and understand conflicts
group therapy psychotherapy in which a group is used as the principal therapeutic agent
hallucination false sensory perception
hypochondriasis exaggerated concern with one's health
hypomania a mood disorder resembling mania, but of lesser intensity, mild form of mania
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