Recent Examples of psychopathology from the Web
This is the greatest benefit the book: conceptualizing and aiding understanding of the apparent psychopathology in the West Wing.
Berkeley students aren’t suddenly going to develop psychopathology because Mr. Shapiro is making a brief appearance on campus.
The argument that the defense presented in court was that the answers to his rage lay in Roof’s unique psychopathology.
During the three-day event, academics and practitioners will dive into topics such as workplace transparency, interpersonal leadership, the psychopathology of leadership, mental health in the workplace and more.
Essi Viding, a professor of developmental psychopathology at University College London recalls showing one psychopathic prisoner a series of faces with different expressions.
Elephant psychopathology, chimpanzee infanticide and other un-animal-like behaviors are part of a growing body of research that suggests science is building toward a radical paradigm shift.
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Origin and Etymology of psychopathology
First Known Use: 1847See Words from the same year
medical Definition of psychopathology
- the theory that holidays are associated with an increased incidence of psychopathology
- —Science News
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