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1 She fell into a drug-induced psychosis.
2 The mental state that had created her psychosis was no longer present.
3 He may have some kind of neurosis or psychosis later in life.
4 Mass hypnosis, mass psychosis, as related to auto-suggestion.
5 Schizophrenia is classified as a functional psychosis and split personality as a dissociative hysterical neurosis,(www.Sentencedict.com) as different as tonsillitis and appendicitis.
6 It is described as a psychosis, which is characterised by a distortion in the person's perception of reality.
7 But even functional psychosis can vary in symptomatology and psychiatrists generally distinguish between two main forms.
8 There have also been reports of psychosis following overuse.
9 Some psychologists contend that even some forms of psychosis are retaliatory in nature.
10 Now her final play, 4.48 Psychosis, gets a posthumous production at the same address.
11 The symptoms of psychosis as we know them today appear in all literatures from the earliest times.
12 In addition to these signs of affective psychosis Kempe also showed features of schizophrenia, notably hallucinations, occurring in several modalities.
13 The following year, Bark Psychosis signed to Virgin and finally began to fulfil the promise of their live shows.
14 Can cause paranoia, psychosis, sterility and flashbacks several years after the drug is taken.
15 Methods The families of 87 probands with schizophreniform psychosis were studied by segregation analysis and polygenic threshold theory. Results The segregative rate was 0 2024.
16 There are other, less common disturbances in childhood and adolescence, including childhood psychosis, the hyperkinetic syndrome and anorexia nervosa.
17 In contrast, some contemporary clinicians who have discussed the topic have been much less enthusiastic about connecting creativity to psychosis.
18 We seem here to have further evidence of the apparent paradox about creativity and psychosis to which we have referred several times.
19 Thus some investigators have argued that the association is one, not with schizophrenia, but with affective psychosis.
20 Breier and his colleagues wanted to know which area of the brain was involved in this ketamine psychosis.
21 Medcalf goes even further, quoting a clinician's opinion that Hoccleve suffered several episodes of a manic form of affective psychosis.
22 Such an image, read in psychological terms, would be the image of a psychosis.
23 Another problem that remains unresolved is the generality of the connection between psychosis and creativity.
24 Now, however, they are being formally recognised as mild, but genuine, variations of full-blown psychosis.
25 Long-term use led to heart damage, stroke, kidney failure, and psychosis in some cases.
26 Over 70 percent of both groups were considered psychotic, with rather more men schizophrenic and rather more women suffering affective psychosis.
27 Frequently, then, an unspecific referral was subsequently considered a psychosis.
28 But particular abnormalities in biochemistry have been linked to schizophrenia since it was first discovered that hallucinatory drugs could induce a psychosis.
29 Other dangers are dramatic increases and decreases in blood pressure, paranoia and psychosis.
30 We have already mentioned the suggestion that the manic's energy might be an important connecting link between creativity and psychosis.
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