psychoneurotic


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psy·cho·neu·rot·ic

(sī'kō-nū-rot'ik),
Pertaining to or suffering from psychoneurosis.

psychoneurotic

See neurotic.

psychoneurotic

(sī″kō-nū-rŏt′ĭk) [Gr. psyche, mind, + neuron, sinew]
1. Pert. to a functional disorder of mental origin.
2. A person suffering from a neurosis.
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169), the psychoneurotic veteran of Waller's imagination indeed offers a worthy "problem" to be solved in postwar cinematic and literary representations.
Given the military messages of self sufficiency, rapid recovery, and mastering physical and psychological handicaps, it is not surprising that one New York City rehabilitation clinic found that only 25 percent of veterans discharged for psychoneurotic reasons were willing to accept help (Kupper, p.
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No evidence was presented for the use of ECT with chronic schizophrenia, psychoneurotic or obsessive-compulsive conditions, delirium tremens, or narcotic withdrawal.
Fairbairn is able to relieve the inconsistency he's having with his opening analogy between the psychoneurotic soldier and the sexual offender by confining his comparison shopping to the lapsed memberships of the groups to which they belonged.
Objective scores of chronic stress such as loneliness, psychoneurotic complaints, depression, irascibility, and anxiety have been used to study effects of stress on the immune system in humans (63-70).
He claimed that it is common for psychoneurotic depression and suicidal fantasies and impulses to appear during adolescence.