Recent Examples of psychopathology from the Web
One of the oldest surveys in assessing personality traits and psychopathology is the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory, which dates to the Great Depression and remains in use today.
Researchers have variously attributed this to psychopathology, a genetic quirk or possibly a chemical imbalance (for instance, low levels of the feel-good neurotransmitter dopamine).
It is associated with major psychopathology like anxiety and depressive symptoms.
The final novel in Self’s massive Umbrella Trilogy exploring technology and psychopathology, this book is set in London and Iraq and tells the story of two men, a psychiatrist losing his own mind and a mysterious MI-6 agent.
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.
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medical Definition of psychopathology
- the theory that holidays are associated with an increased incidence of psychopathology
- —Science News
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