Results for: Hysteria

In Psychology

What is Mob Hysteria?

Mob Hysteria refers to the irrational emotions that can take holdof a group and lead to overreaction as well as violence. A lynchmob, or the people who loot and express violen (MORE)
In Germany in WW2

What is mass hysteria?

Mass hysteria is a condition in which many people are simulataniously affected by anxiety that is often extreme and unfounded. This condition is also known as collective hyste (MORE)
In Mental Health

What is hysteria?

HYSTERIA IS MASS PANIC. Hysteria is a generic term for a condition with a non-organic cause.
In Biology

What is the treatment for hysteria?

Hysteria can be treated in following ways: . Hysteria home remedy treatment is quite effective. Following are some Hysteria cure home remedies. Read on for home remedy for H (MORE)
In Rhyming Words

What rhymes with hysteria?

"Wisteria" rhymes with "hysteria." It is a type of flower, but is more popularly known as the lane on which the characters of Desparate Housewives live.
In Anxiety Disorders

What are the symptoms of hysteria?

Some symptoms of hysteria: Heaviness in the limbs Severe cramps Swelling of the jugular Feeling of something lodged in the throat Clenched teeth Wild painful cries Loss of con (MORE)
In Definitions

How do you define hysteria?

Hysteria may refer to one of the following: 1)sudden uncontrollable emotion such as fear or anger 2)disorder or confusion caused by a group of people especially toward inj (MORE)
In Definitions

How do you define 'hysteria'?

The word 'hysteria' generally means the following: 1) (in colloquial use) a bout of uncontrollable laughter or crying 2) (in collective use) uncontrollable excitement or a (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is motor hysteria?

Motor Hysteria is the development of real physical symptoms which enable a person to withdraw from a difficult situation.
In Nouns

What is a noun for hysteria?

The word hysteria is a noun, a common, abstract, uncountable noun; a word for behavior exhibiting excessive or uncontrollable emotion, such as fear or panic; a medical conditi (MORE)