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  • 1 Mental Pathology —     Mental Pathology     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Mental Pathology     This subject will be considered under the following headings:     I. Localization of Mental Faculties     II. Causes of Mental Disturbances     III. Varieties of Insanity… …

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  • 2 Mental health in Singapore during the colonial period — Mental health in Singapore has its roots in the West. The first medical personnel in the field were mostly from Britain. Medical education in the early years was almost exclusively for the British, until the establishment of King Edward VII… …

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  • 3 excitement — early 15c., encouragement; c.1600, something that tends to excite, from EXCITE (Cf. excite) + MENT (Cf. ment). Meaning condition of mental and emotional agitation is from 1846 …

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  • 4 mental disorder — Any illness with a psychological origin, manifested either in symptoms of emotional distress or in abnormal behaviour. Most mental disorders can be broadly classified as either psychoses or neuroses (see neurosis; psychosis). Psychoses (e.g.,… …

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  • 5 Mental roots of sexual orientation — A theory about the development of sexual orientation and sexual arousal suggests that these behavior patterns are learned unconsciously from asexual experiences during childhood. The learning begins when the child distinguishes between men and… …

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  • 6 Mental confusion — Confusion redirects here. For other uses, see Confusion (disambiguation). Mental confusion ICD 10 R41.0 ICD 9 298.9 MeSH …

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  • 7 excitement — An emotional state sometimes characterized by its potential for impulsive or poorly controlled activity. catatonic e. an excited catatonic state seen in one of the schizophrenic disorders. See catatonia. manic e. an excited mental …

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  • 8 History of mental disorders — The history of mental disorder spans prehistoric times, ancient civilisations, the Middle Ages, the early modern period, the enlightenment and modern times.Prehistoric timesThere is limited evidence by which to judge the existence or nature of… …

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  • 9 Classification of mental disorders — Main article: Mental disorder Psychology …

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  • 10 Religion — • The voluntary subjection of oneself to God Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Religion     Religion     † …

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  • 11 Resurrection of Jesus Christ — • Resurrection is the rising again from the dead, the resumption of life Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Resurrection of Jesus Christ     Resurrection of Jesus Christ …

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  • 12 Excitation — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Excitation >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 excitation of feeling excitation of feeling Sgm: N 1 mental excitement mental excitement Sgm: N 1 suscitation suscitation galvanism stimulation piquancy provocation inspiration… …

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  • 13 frenzy — frenzily, adv. /fren zee/, n., pl. frenzies, v., frenzied, frenzying. n. 1. extreme mental agitation; wild excitement or derangement. 2. a fit or spell of violent mental excitement; a paroxysm characteristic of or resulting from a mania: He is… …

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  • 14 Compound interest — Interest In ter*est, n. [OF. interest, F. int[ e]r[^e]t, fr. L. interest it interests, is of interest, fr. interesse to be between, to be difference, to be importance; inter between + esse to be; cf. LL. interesse usury. See {Essence}.] [1913… …

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  • 15 Interest — In ter*est, n. [OF. interest, F. int[ e]r[^e]t, fr. L. interest it interests, is of interest, fr. interesse to be between, to be difference, to be importance; inter between + esse to be; cf. LL. interesse usury. See {Essence}.] [1913 Webster] 1.… …

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  • 16 Simple interest — Interest In ter*est, n. [OF. interest, F. int[ e]r[^e]t, fr. L. interest it interests, is of interest, fr. interesse to be between, to be difference, to be importance; inter between + esse to be; cf. LL. interesse usury. See {Essence}.] [1913… …

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  • 17 Cauliflower ear — DiseaseDisorder infobox Name = Cauliflower ear ICD10 = ICD10|M|95|1|m|95 ICD9 = ICD9|738.7 ICDO = Caption = Cauliflower Ear as Seen in an Elderly Male OMIM = OMIM mult = MedlinePlus = eMedicineSubj = eMedicineTopic = DiseasesDB = Cauliflower ear… …

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  • 18 delirium — [di lir′ē əm] n. pl. deliriums or deliria [di lir′ēə] [L, madness < delirare, to rave, lit., to turn the furrow awry in plowing < de , from + lira, a line, furrow: see LIST1] 1. a temporary state of extreme mental excitement, marked by… …

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  • 19 brainstorm — (n.) brilliant idea, mental excitement, fit of mental application, 1849, from BRAIN (Cf. brain) (n.) + figurative use of STORM (Cf. storm) (n.). As a verb, recorded from 1920s. Related: Brainstormed; brainstorming …

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  • 20 commotion — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French commocion, from Latin commotion , commotio, from commovēre Date: 15th century 1. a condition of civil unrest or insurrection 2. steady or recurrent motion 3. mental excitement or …

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