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psychopathological

adjective Referring to a mental disorder or the manifestation thereof.
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Table 1 displays the patient's main psychopathological characteristics before and after surgery.
There was a differential improvement in different psychopathological sores with maximum improvement in positive symptoms (15 responders with a mean reduction of 16.46 points on PANSS positive subscale) followed by general psychopathological symptoms (7 responders with a mean reduction of 10.54 points on PANSS general subscale), with the least but significant improvement in negative symptoms (7 responders with a mean reduction of 3.8 points on PANSS negative subscale).
One major issue in contemporary psychiatry is the validity of psychiatric diagnoses, because the crisis of confidence that emerged in recent years in relation to the DSM-5 (31) is not only a nosological problem but a wider one, challenging psychopathological research as a whole (32).
According to the results of the PANSS, there were no significant differences in the positive symptom factor scores, negative symptom factor scores, general psychopathological scale factor scores and total scores between TD patients with a single affected area and those with multiple affected areas.
The aim of the present study is to assess the situation of a young population in relation to the consumption of psychotropic substances, suicidal ideation and other psychopathological symptoms, and to explore the possible associations between these aspects.
The concept of spectrum disorders [21] has been developed in order to identify the whole amount of psychopathological signs and symptoms characterizing a mental disorder more efficiently.
The principal aim of the present study is to verify, by means of four of the most frequently used physiological parameters: EMG, SCR, HR, PT, the typical autonomic patterns of response in five psychopathological groups of subjects and in a control group of healthy people.
The catalyser of this paper--subtitled Evolutionist-phenomenological approach--is psychosis as the highest level of psychopathological expression and as core of medical psychiatric practice.
Ferraccioli, Ghirelli, and Scita (1987) did not observe improvement in psychopathological symptoms such as depression.