psychoneurotic

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It was not until I spared Heidegger all the psychological theories and began to describe as simply as possible the concrete behaviour of my psychoneurotic and psychotic patients that his interest became more and more acute.
The then Obsessive Compulsive Reaction was considered a Psychoneurotic Disorder, and was one of seven reactions under the psychoneurotic designation.
Depression, a psychoneurotic disorder, tends to affect females at a rate six times that of men (Weinberg & Gould, 2007).
They included psychoneurotic disorders and several types of cancer, as well as most bowel diseases and diabetic retinopathy.
Thus, DSM-I contained terms such as “psychoneurotic neuroses” and “psychophysiological reactions”.
The exclusion criteria were (1) hepatic failure or cancer; (2) using shosaikoto (a traditional Chinese medicine); (3) intractable heart disease; and (4) uncontrollable psychoneurotic disorders.
Woodworth Mathew’s questionnaire assesses psychoneurotic trends, respectively, excessive fatigue, adaptation to the environment, abnormal fears, mood, obsessions, aggression, etc.
Eventually, the above results in the development of intolerance of shift work [2,3] that can manifest in sleep disorders, chronic fatigue, cardiovascular diseases, gastric disorders), greater consumption of coffee, alcohol, tranquilizers, impaired social functioning, decrease in overall life satisfaction, decreased quality of sexual life, depression, symptoms of burn-out, psychoneurotic disorders and accelerated ageing process.
Depression is described as: “a psychoneurotic or psychotic disorder marked especially by sadness, inactivity, difficulty in thinking and concentration, a significant increase or decrease in appetite and time spent sleeping, feelings of dejection and hopelessness, and sometimes suicidal tendencies” (Merriam-Webster Dictionary, 2013).
The court heard that Ivy Nettleton was borderline mentally unstable, psychoneurotic and hysterical.
He described that these are a group of patients who neither fit into psychotic or psychoneurotic group, which gave rise to the term ‘borderline’.
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