Similar words: disorder, disorientation, disorient, disoriented, sentimental, mental, mentally, incremental. Meaning: n. (psychiatry) a psychological disorder of thought or emotion; a more neutral term than mental illness.
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1. The family have a history of mental disorder.
2. He's suffering from severe mental disorder.
3. In the earliest phase of mental disorder, relatives feel confused.
4. Many suffered from a definable alcohol, drug, or mental disorder.
5. Most people with acute mental disorder can be treated at home.
6. Everybody, but especially people with a mental disorder, needs expert legal advice when faced with statutory confinement.
7. Another form of mental disorder, pellagra, was associated clinically with diarrhoea and dermatitis.
8. Dementia is the mental disorder most usually associated with the later parts of the life cycle.
9. No, apparently he had a mental disorder that prison medics failed to spot, so it was their fault.
10. People with long-term mental disorder have many problems in holding down a job.
11. Why is it a mental disorder to hate to go to school?
12. This implies that everything listed as a mental disorder in the handbook has a biological contribution(sentencedict.com), a patently unfounded claim.
13. Is mental disorder a global phenomenon?
14. There needs to be a two-pronged strategy to deal with the problems of the minority of homeless people with mental disorder.
15. But no one would think to call a sprained ankle or lower back pain a mental disorder.
16. Meanwhile, in addition to these administrative changes, important developments were taking place within the hospitals as knowledge of mental disorder increased.
17. They have told prosecutors Kaczynski may suffer from paranoid schizophrenia, a mental disorder that can cause intricate delusions.
18. Their motives were seen as malicious damage or play rather than mental disorder or the settling of grudges.
19. Paracelsus made intractable problems such as plague, syphilis, epilepsy, mental disorder, and learning disabilities central to his preoccupations.
20. Information was required on his or her physical and mental condition, including any functional mental disorder or behavioural problems.
21. All of these findings show how unwarranted is the claim that there is such a phenomenon as a premenstrual mental disorder.
22. Given that, what is wrong here is identifying Jimmy as having a mental disorder.
23. So basic research and the discovery of new drugs for mental disorder are almost inseparable.
24. They trace and explain why it is[http://sentencedict.com], that the ratio of women to men diagnosed with a mental disorder is 2:1.
25. In just over half male and female referrals no specific mental disorder was identified.
26. Of these 7. 5 million youngsters, nearly half are presumed to be severely handicapped by their mental disorder.
27. The importance of work and employment to those with mental disorder has, however, been recognized since Victorian times.
28. This chapter outlines what society should seek to achieve for people with mental disorder.
29. Fair enough, but do we want to equate personal helplessness and failure with mental disorder?
30. Of the forty eight-people in prisons who killed themselves in 1989, 40 percent had a history of previous mental disorder.
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