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Ch. 9, Pt. 2

Summer Health: Ch. 9

QuestionAnswer
Strong, irrational fears Phobias
Inflated sense of self importance/ego Narcissism
Resent being told what to do, yet they rely on others' direction; uncooperative; angry over issues of control, they show anger, but only indirectly Passive Aggressiveness
Tendency to fall asleep unexpectedly with uncontrollable, random patterns Narcolepsy
Severe mental disorder in which one loses contact with reality (delusions and hallucinations) Schizophrenia
Developmental disorder; difficulty in communicating and forming relationships; repetitive behavior Autism
Extreme mood changes, energy levels, and behavior Bipolar
Mood disorder; sadness, hopelessness; trouble concentrating and sleeping Clinical Depression
Recurrent episodes of convulsions and seizures Epilepsy
Mental illness with destructive thinking; irritable, aggressive, impulsive, violent; unable to show remorse Antisocial
Neurological disorder with tics (both vocal and physical) Tourette's
Created by: mma129