PSYCHIATRIC CLINICAL SYMPTOMS
loss of memory
varying degrees of uneasiness, apprehension, or dread often accompanied by palpatations, tightness in the chest, breathlessness, and choking sensations
absence of emotions; lack of interest or emotional involvment.
thinking is internally stimulated and ideas have a private meaning. (Auto-means self). fantasy life may be thought of as reality; often a symptom of schizophrenia.
uncontrollable urge to perform an act repeatedly
anxiety becomes a bodily symptom, such as blindness, deafness, or paralysis, that does not have an organic basis.
a fixed, false belief that cannot be changed by logical reasoning or evidence
uncomfortable feelings are seperated from their real object. in order to avoid mental distress, the feelings are redirected towards a second object or behavior pattern
sadness, hopelessness, depressive mood or feeling "low"
exaggerated feeling of well-being ("high")
false or unreal sensory perception as, for example, hearing voices when none are present; an illusion is a false perception of an actual sensory stimulus
unstable; undergoing rapid emotional change
state of excessive excitability; hyperactive elation
nonreactive state; stupor
an involuntary, persistent idea or emotion; the suffix -mania indicates a strong obsession with something (example, pyromania is an obsession with fire)
overly suspicious system of thinking; fixed delusion that one is being harassed, persecuted, or unfairly treated