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Ideation, of less than delusional proportions, involving suspiciousness or the belief that one is being harassed, persecuted, or unfairly treated.
paranoid ideation
Abnormal behavior or physiological events occurring during sleep or sleep-wake transitions.
parasomnia
Enduring patterns of perceiving, relating to, and thinking about the environment and oneself. (WORD) traits are prominent aspects of (WORD) that are exhibited in a wide range of important social and personal contexts.
personality
A persistent, irrational fear of a specific object, activity, or situation that results in a compelling desire to avoid it.
phobia
Speech that is increased in amount, accelerated, and difficult or impossible to interrupt. Usually it is also loud and emphatic. Frequently the person talks without any social stimulation and may continue to talk even though no one is listening.
pressured speech
An early or premonitory sign or symptom of a disorder.
prodrome
An abnormal slowing of physical and emotional responses that is commonly seen in depression.
psychomotor retardation
Loss or decrease in appetite.
anorexia
In the case of eating disorders, eating an unusally larger amount of food than an average person would eat in that same time period.
binge
In the case of eating disorders, removing food from the body so as not to gain weight (e.g., vomiting, diuretics, laxatives)
purge
Cessation of breathing.
apnea
A state of arousal occurring immediately preceding sleep during which hallucinations may occur.
hypnogogic
A state of arousal occurring immediately preceding awakening during which hallucinations may occur.
hypnopompic
sleep terror
pavor nocturnus
Sleepwalking
somnambulism