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What are the differences of psychological disorder to normal behavior?

they vary from culture to culture :Apex

How do you distinguish between normal and abnormal behavior as far as mental disorders are concerned?

normal and abnormal differ in degree and not in kind. a behavior can be considered normal in one situation and abnormal in another. for ex. if a person has the habit of checking twice, whether he has locked the door properly, his behavior will be considered normal, but if he repeats this activity again and again, then his same behavior will be considered as abnormal. this is an example of obsessive compulsive disorder. another ex. if someone has a fear from water, this can be considered as normal, but if someone has such an intense fear of water that he starts crying even at the sight of water, then this will be considered as abnormal. this is an example of hydrophobia. thus any behavior which becomes intense with time without any rational reason may lead to mental disorder

What is paranoid personality disorder?

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.

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Can psychological disorders be prevented?

In order to prevent a psychological disorder one must first understand what constitutes a psychological disorder. A psychological disorder is characterized by subconscious thinking that is not true resulting in negative emotions and behaviour that cannot consciously be controlled. Many humans have subconscious thought patterns that are not true and have psychological disorders. This distinction is important as most people diagnosed with psychological disorders are diagnosed only after they have difficulty maintaining emotional and behavioral stability. In order to discover how to prevent psychological disorders, one must first be able to change the subconscious mind. It is suggested that humanity is of itself not cable of changing subconscious thought patterns. Otherwise people suffering from negative emotions due to subconscious thought patterns would be able to create positive emotions and therefore all of mankind would be completely happy, peaceful and satisfied. It is suggested that if humans do not have correct subconscious thought and cannot create correct subconscious thought they will always have a psychological disorder unless Someone else creates correct subconscious thought within them. The only way to prevent psychological disorders would be to help an individual gain access to correct subconscious thought (truth or God), thereby preventing the establishment of untrue subconscious thought patterns.

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Tad was diagnosed with a conduct disorder as a child and has repeatedly been involved in aggressive and violent behavior. Tim has a history of fighting with students who tease him about his learning d?


What types of mental issues cause manipulative and aggressive behavior.?

Bipolar disorder

What is childhood disintegrative disorder?

Children who seem normal at first but who begin to show autistic behavior as they get older might be diagnosed with "childhood disintegrative disorder"

Could an attachment disorder be diagnosed instead of either autism or Asperger's Syndrome?

Yes. Behavior disorders can be difficult to diagnose.

Was Jeffrey Dahmer diagnosed with a mental disorder?

He was diagnosed with with antisocial personality disorder and schizophrenia.

What does the word psychopath mean?

A person with an antisocial personality disorder, manifested in aggressive, perverted, criminal, or amoral behavior without empathy or remorse.

What is the most frequent diagnosed mental disorder in the US?

Depression is the most frequently diagnosed mental disorder in the U.S. Today.

How do you get diagnosed with bipolar disorder?

By a psychiatrist.

How can I tell if my child is bipolar?

There are many symptoms to bipolar disorder. Signs in children can include mood swings, aggressive behavior, excitablity, grandiosity, risk-taking behavior, depression and lethargy, and hyperactivity.

Did John Wilkes Booth have a behavior disorder?

There is no evidence to a behavior problem or disorder.

In What About Bob Bob is diagnosed as having this disorder?

OCD - obsessive compulsive disorder

Was John Wayne Gacy diagnosed with a mental disorder?

Antisocial Personality Disorder.

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