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CHAPTER PAGE I INTRODUCTION
SENSORY AND PERCEPTUAL DISORDERS
MOTOR DISORDERSSPEECH DISORDERS
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Abnormal Psychology adjustment alcoholic ambivert amnesia anesthesia anxiety aphasia asso associated attitude auditory behavior blood brain injury catatonia cause Cerea flexibilitas complex condition conﬂict consciousness cure defect Deﬁnition delusions Delusions of reference dementia desire develop Dipsomania disease dissociation dominance dream drug emotional environment Epidemic encephalitis epilepsy epileptic experiences expression factors failure fatigue fear feeblemindedness ﬁnds ﬁrst ﬁxation ﬁxed idea frequently Freud functional habits hallucinations hypnosis hypnotic hysteria Hysterical Inability individual inhibition Involutional melancholia lack lesions loss maladjustment manic-depressive memory ment mental disorder method motor muscles muscular narcolepsy Nature nerve nervous neural neurasthenia neurosis neurotic normal nystagmus organic paranoia paresis patient personality phobias physical poor psychasthenia psychoanalytic psychosis psychotherapy reaction recall repressed response schizophrenia sensation sensory sexual sleep social speciﬁc speech stimulus word stuttering suggestion super-ego Symptoms and characteristics syphilitic syphilitic infection tendency theory therapy tion traits traumatic Treatment unconscious unpleasant unusual visual