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PERVERSION OF THE INSTINCT OF PRESERVATION (CONTINUATION) OF THE GENUS

Hypoeroticism – (hyposexuality) – weakening, lowering of sexual desire. It is observed in asthenia, depression, when taking neuroleptic drugs. Hypereroticism – (hypersexuality) – increased libido. It is noted in patients with organic pathology, with manic syndrome. Perversions – of the sexual desire. This includes all kinds of sexual deviations from the sexual norm (according to […]

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DRIVE DISORDERS

Attraction – a need that arises as an unconscious desire for something. Disorders of the instincts are manifested by their weakening, strengthening and perversion. Food craving disorders (eating disorders) Anorexia – a decrease or lack of attraction to food with a loss of hunger. There is a nervous anorexia, in the form of an obsessive […]

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MOTOR AROUSAL

Hyperkinesias include various violent automatic movements due to involuntary muscle contraction and a state of psychomotor agitation as an extremely pronounced increase in mental and motor activity. Manic (simple) arousal is caused by a painfully elevated mood, in light forms the movements are interconnected, logical and correct, the behavior retains purposefulness, accompanied by loud accelerated […]

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MOTOR DISORDERS (PSYCHOMOTOR DISORDERS)

Motor disorders (psychomotor disorders) include hypokinesia, dyskinesia, and hyperkinesia. At the core of these disorders are psychiatric disorders Hypokinesia is manifested by slowing down and impoverishing movements up to the state of akinesia. Stupor is a psychopathological disorder in the form of oppression of all aspects of mental activity, primarily motor skills, thinking and speech. […]

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DISORDERS OF WILL AND ATTENTION

Will is the purposeful activity of a person, the ability to set goals for himself. Of great importance in the formation of volitional acts is the motivational sphere of a person, which is a set of desires, motives, and needs. Among the motives are hedonistic (the desire to get pleasure), utilitarian (the desire to benefit), […]

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CLASSIFICATION OF DEPRESSIONS

Somatized (masked, larvated) depression. The SOMATO-vegetative component is the leading one. The affect of longing is not pronounced and can often be regarded as a secondary phenomenon in response to somatic pathology. The most common syndrome is “atrial melancholy”. the second most common is complaints from the gastrointestinal tract. Somatic disorders are usually more pronounced […]

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DEPRESSION

Depression is a condition accompanied by an affect of longing (Hypo-thymia), inhibition of thinking and decreased motor activity (depressive triad). Reactive depression. It manifests itself as a reaction to negative external stimuli. Always clearly associated with a traumatic situation. It can be reduced immediately after the cause is eliminated. Endogenous (autochthonous) depression occurs due to […]

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EMOTIONAL DISORDERS (AFFECTIVE DISORDERS)

Emotions are called sensory reactions (affect) of a person to objects and phenomena of the surrounding world, they always reflect a subjective assessment, attitude to what is happening. Lower emotions are caused by elementary (vital) stimuli (bad or good weather, satiety, fatigue, sexual satisfaction), reflect the degree of satisfaction of various instincts. Emotions can be […]

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SPEECH DISORDERS

Thirasia – Express it may be verbosity or be interspersed with Proverbs, puns. It is noted with accelerated thinking, the degree of severity of which directly affects the speech disorder. Logorrhea (polyphasia, speech incontinence) is an extreme case of accelerated speech, fast, long-winded speech (often incoherent content). Bradfute (oligophagy) slow speech, utterances are often monosyllabic, […]

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DEMENTIA

Dementia is an acquired form of dementia. Dementia, in contrast to oligophrenia, is always progradient, although the rate of decline in intelligence can vary greatly with different diseases. The final stage of the process of intellectual decline, leading to the complete collapse of mental activity, is called mental insanity. Lacunar (focal, Gimnazicheskaya) de mentia. Intellectual […]

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