psychotic manifestation

psy·chot·ic man·i·fes·ta·tion

a manifestation characterized by thoughts, feelings, and behavior evidencing a varying degree of personality disintegration and distortion or falsification of reality in various spheres; persons exhibiting such a manifestation fail in effective relationships to other people or to their work.
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