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Include delusions or hallucinations whose content is consistent with typical depressive themes (e.g., worthlessness, guilt, death, nihilism, or punishment) or typical manic themes (e.g., inflated worth, unusal powers, power).
mood-congruent psychotic features
Delusions or hallucinations whose content is not consistent with typical depressive or manic themes including: thought insertion, thought broadcasting, ideas of reference, and delusions of control, etc.
mood incongruent psychotic features
Involuntary rhythmic movements of the eyes that consist of small-amplitude rapid tremors in one direction and a larger, slower, recurrent sweep in the opposite direction. Nystagmus may be horizontal, vertical, or rotary.
An unreasonable and sustained belief that is maintained with less than delusional intensity (i.e., the person is able to acknowledge the possibility that the belief may not be true). The belief is not one that is ordinarily accepted by other members of the person's culture or subculture
overvalued idea
Wearing clothes that are normally associated with individuals of the opposite sex. The term is usually applied to men who wear women's undergarments, dresses, blouses, etc.
A condition in which an individual has persistent sexually arousing fantasies associated with 1) nonhuman objects, 2) suffering or humiliation of either partner in the sex act, or 3) sexual activity with a nonconsenting sex partner.
Discrete periods of sudden onset of intense apprehension, fearfulness, or terror, often associated with feelings of impending doom. During these attacks there are symptoms such as shortness of breath or smothering sensations, palpitations, pounding heart, or accelerated heart rate; chest pain or discomfort; choking; and fear of going crazy or losing control.
panic attacks
Onset of the attack is not associated with a situational trigger and occurs "out of the blue."
panic attack unexpected or uncued
Almost invariably occurs immediately on exposure to, or in anticipation of, a situational trigger ("cue").
panic attack situationally bound
More likely to occur on exposure to a situational trigger but is not invariably associated with it.
panic attack situationally predisposed