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psychopathological

adjective Referring to a mental disorder or the manifestation thereof.
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4) Together with Cooper's and Murphy's mild neuroses, and in light of Beckett's translations of the simulations, Murphy's biscuit obsession and his overwhelming realization of the "radiant measure of its total permutability" creates an overall tenor of a psychopathological surrealist aesthetic of absurdity.
Thus, women with higher scores in satisfaction with social support had lower psychopathological symptoms, lower emotional reactivity and lower conflict with the decision-making.
Numerous studies have found that many of the variables in the nine SCL-90-R sub-scales load onto the same factor, and this factor explained a large portion of the variance, making the instrument more suitable as a general measure of psychological distress and not appropriate to distinguish between specific psychopathological dimensions (Brophy, Norvel, & Kiluk, 1988; Clark & Friedman, 1983; Cyr, McKenna-Foley, & Peacock, 1985; Rauter, Leonard, & Swett, 1996; Strauman & Wetzler, 1992).
Do different psychopathological pathways into eating disorder necessitate different therapeutic goals and/or approaches?
While the related literature describes work addiction primarily as undesirable, and in extreme cases psychopathological and self-destructive, work addiction is also a condition that has properties that are desirable and positive (Machlowitz, 1980).
Kimhi and Even (2004) and Kennedy (2006) provide useful reviews of the psychopathological approach to suicide bombing.
Objective: The aim of this study was to compare the clinical and psychopathological variables among temporomandibular joint dysfunction syndrome (TMDS) subgroups.
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Because secrecy associated with BDSM has a protective function, participants, when exposed, sometimes may be mislabeled as being psychopathological, morally deficient, dangerous, and/or sex addicts due to pervasive social discourses concerning sexuality.
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