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A disruption in the usually integrated functions of consciousness, memory, identity, or perception of the environment.
Dissociation
A pervasive and sustained emotion that colors the perception of the world.
Mood
Abnormal behavior or physiological events occurring during sleep or sleep-wake transition.
Parasomnia
Partial or complete loss of coordination of voluntary muscular movement.
Ataxia
A delusion that another person, usually of a higher status, is in love with the individual.
Delusion, erotomanic
The phase of an illness that occurs after remission of the florid symptoms or the full syndrome.
Residual phase
An impairment in the understanding or transmission of ideas by language in any of its forms--reading, writing, or speaking--that is due to injury or disease of the brain centers involved in language.
Aphasia
Painful sensitivity to sounds.
Hyperacusis
Excessive motor activity associated with feeling of inner tension.
(Psychomotor) Agitation
A delusion that involves a phenomenon that the person’s culture would regard as totally implausible.
Delusion, bizarre
An early or premonitory sign or symptom of a disorder.
Prodrome
Loss of memory of events that occur after the onset of the etiological condition or agent.
Amnesia, anterograde
A delusion whose theme is that events, objects, or other persons in one’s immediate environment have a particular and unusual significance.
Delusion of reference
An alteration in the perception or experience of the external world so that it seems strange or unreal (e.g., people may seem unfamiliar or mechanical).
Derealization
Any life event or life change that may be associated temporally (and perhaps causally) with the onset, occurrence, or exacerbation of a mental disorder
Stressor, psychosocial
A disruption in the usually integrated functions of consciousness, memory, identity, or perception of the environment.
Dissociation
A pervasive and sustained emotion that colors the perception of the world.
Mood
Abnormal behavior or physiological events occurring during sleep or sleep-wake transition.
Parasomnia
Partial or complete loss of coordination of voluntary muscular movement.
Ataxia
A delusion that another person, usually of a higher status, is in love with the individual.
Delusion, erotomanic
The phase of an illness that occurs after remission of the florid symptoms or the full syndrome.
Residual phase
An impairment in the understanding or transmission of ideas by language in any of its forms--reading, writing, or speaking--that is due to injury or disease of the brain centers involved in language.
Aphasia
Painful sensitivity to sounds.
Hyperacusis
Excessive motor activity associated with feeling of inner tension.
(Psychomotor) Agitation
A delusion that involves a phenomenon that the person’s culture would regard as totally implausible.
Delusion, bizarre
An early or premonitory sign or symptom of a disorder.
Prodrome
Loss of memory of events that occur after the onset of the etiological condition or agent.
Amnesia, anterograde
A delusion whose theme is that events, objects, or other persons in one’s immediate environment have a particular and unusual significance.
Delusion of reference
An alteration in the perception or experience of the external world so that it seems strange or unreal (e.g., people may seem unfamiliar or mechanical).
Derealization
Any life event or life change that may be associated temporally (and perhaps causally) with the onset, occurrence, or exacerbation of a mental disorder
Stressor, psychosocial
A delusion whose main content pertains to the appearance or functioning of one’s body.
Delusion, somatic
A condition in which a sensory experience associated with one modality occurs when another modality is stimulated.
Synesthesia
A chemical entity extrinsic to endogenously produced substances that occupies a receptor, produces no physiological effects, and prevents endogenous and exogenous chemicals from producing an effect on that receptor.
Antagonist medication
An inability to produce speech sounds that require the use of the larynx that is not due to a lesion in the central nervous system.
Aphonia
An alteration in the perception or experience of the self so that one feels detached from, and as if one is an outside observer of, one’s mental processes or body (e.g., feeling like one is in a dream).
Depersonalization
A state of unresponsiveness with immobility and mutism
Stupor
Loss of memory of events that occurred before the onset of the etiological condition or agent.
Amnesia, retrograde
A hallucination involving the perception of being touched or of something being under one’s skin.
Tactile hallucination
The erroneous belief that one’s thoughts, words, or actions will cause or prevent a specific outcome in some way that defies commonly understood laws of cause and effect.
Magical thinking