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psychotic disorders
from Greek 'split mind', chronic, delusions and hallucinations 
referring to psychotic episodes associated with mood disturbances 
similar to schizophrenia, but of only about one month in length 
psychosis that is short, non-recurrent, and usually tied to a stressful life event 
holding a delusion, without hallucinations or other psychotic symptoms 
symptoms of psychosis associated with close personal contact with a psychotic patient 
affective disorders
episodes of elevated or slightly elevated mood alternativing with episodes of lowered mood, chronic 
alternating episodes of mild depression and hypomania 
recurrent episodes of lowered mood, chronic, anhedonia, sleep disturbance and suicide risk possible  
long-term history of mildly lowered mood 
lowered mood and depressive symptoms generally seen in the winter 
anxiety disorders
recurrent attacks of panic associated with sense of disaster or loss of control 
general hyper-anxious state, chronic 
disorder characterized by recurrent intrusive thoughts which cause people to develop repetitive, ritualistic, actions 
disorder experienced soon after a stressful event 
after a traumatic event, a person suffers chronic anxiety, avoidance of stimuli related to the event, and flashbacks or painful recollections 
irrational fear and avoidance of going in public places, often tied to panic attacks 
irrational fear of scrutiny by others, leading to avoidance of social situations 
irrational fear and avoidance of a specific thing or situation 
somatoform disorders
various physical symptoms that persist despite no physiological cause 
neurological symptom like blindness, motor problems, or anesthesia without neurological cause 
excessive concern with real or perceived physical defect 
excessive concern with health problems or possibility of disease 
pain that is not well correlated with physiological cause 
dissociative disorders
chronic, pathological feelings of being detached from one's body or thought process 
sudden travel away from ones home associated with psychogenic amnesia for one's identity  
memory loss without trauma or biological illness 
abnormally low sexual drive causing distress 
inability to maintain erection in males 
inability to achieve to achieve organsm 
pain during intercourse 
female inability to have sexual intercourse due to spasms 
sexual pleasure from exposing oneself to others 
sexual pleasure from a specific object or situation 
sexual pleasure derived from rubbing against unsuspecting bystanders 
sexual pleasure derived from observing others in intimate contexts without their consent 
sexual pleasure from pain or humiliation 
sexual pleasure from inflicting pain or cruelty on others 
sexual attraction to prepubescent children 
sexual arousal from dressing as the opposite sex 
experiencing chronic discomfort with one's gender or gender roles 
eating disorders
lack of appetite without physiologic cause, associated with delusional concerns about weight 
characterized by cycles of binging on food alternating with vomiting or excessive exercise and discomfort with one's weight 
painless uncontrollable regurgitation of food 
sleep disorders
excessive sleep that is chronic and disruptive 
inability to sleep or to get enough sleep that is disruptive 
condition characterized by multiple short episodes of restful sleep throughout the day 
sleep problems due to a 'natural' cycle that is not in tune with day/night or work schedules 
dreams that are terrifying 
sufferers will awake screaming or moaning and terrified, and unable to remember what happened 
impulse control disorders
repeated, intermittent episodes of extreme rage and aggression 
compulsive stealing, often of trivial objects and not for financial gain 
compulsive burning or obsession with fire 
compulsive hair-pulling 
personality disorders
pervasive, long-standing pattern of excessive mistrust of others or unrealistic sense of persecution 
long-term pattern of lack of a desire to be with others, solitary life, and emotional coldness  
long-term pattern of social isolation combined with bizarre beliefs and behavior 
pervasive pattern of disregard for others rights, laws, or property associated with a lack of remorse or sense of guilt 
long term pattern of mood instability, tumultuous and unstable relationships, impulsivity and sucidal behavior 
long term pattern of of dramatic and excessive emotions, manipulation of others, somatization, and sensitivty to criticism  
long term pattern of exaggerated self-opinion and callous disregard for others 
pervasive pattern of relying on others and excessively needing those close  
long term pattern of avoiding social interactions related to hypersensitivity to criticism or fear of rejection 
pervasive pattern of obsession with ordeliness, perfection, or control 
development of emotional or behavioral disturbance related to a stressor
when an individual deliberately feigns symptoms and signs of illness for psychological gain

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