No, they are not. As you can probably guess, psychotic disorders are much more severe that psychological disorders. Psychotic disorders usually involve delusions, hallucinations, etc. While, psychological disorders are disorders such as OCD and OCPD that involve different compulsions and rituals but nothing delusional.
I'm not sure but the quest for money is up there somewhere.
A person with paranoid personality disorder does not trust anybody, they always think everyone is out to get them. They deeply distrust everything and everybody and are always extremely cautious. Paranoid personality disorder is a mental health condition in which a person has a long-term pattern of distrust and suspicion of others, but does not have a full-blown psychotic disorder such as schizophrenia.
No, psychological is more about thinking and your mind and emotional is more about feelings.
The psychotic disorder is an organic disorder/
What is the pathophysiology of psychotic disorder?
It can be at its most extreme, also known as Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Like every other psychological disorder, there are infinite degrees.
They are the same thing. Schizophrenia is a psychotic disorder in the spectrum of psychotic disorders. However, that said, Schizophrenia is the most severe of the psychotic disorders (with perhaps the exception of Schizoaffective disorder). A person can be labeled "psychotic" if they have a milder problem, such as delusional disorder.
no they're not schizoid is a personality disorder and schizophrenia is a psychotic disorder.
No, dementia is due to degenerative changes as you grow old, where as organic psychotic disorder are psychiatric disorder which can occur at any age.
Schizophrenia is a biological psychotic disorder.
Paranoid Personality Disorder
There are many mental illnesses where you may hallucinate. They include schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, schizophreniform disorder, shared psychotic disorder, brief psychotic disorder, substance-induced psychotic disorder, bipolar disorder, major depression with psychotic features, delirium, and dementia. However, when someone talks about a mental illness in which you "hear things" or "see things" it will usually be schizophrenia.
No. Although marriage may be entered into by people with psychological disorders marriage in and of itself is not a psychological disorder. Marriage is a civil legal status in the United States.Along the same lines, and perhaps also addressing the intent of the question, the American Psychiatric Association has taken the position that homosexuality is not a psychological disorder.
Manson is a very complex case. I believe he has been diagnosed as APD (anti-social personality disorder) and psychotic to name a few.
Marriage, per se, does not cause any psychological disorder.