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disorder

[dis′ȯrd·ər]
(crystallography)
Departures from regularity in the occupation of lattice sites in a crystal containing more than one element.
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Anxiety, apathy, involuntary emotional expression disorder, sleep disorders, and impulse control disorders cause significant disability and impact heavily on patients and carers.
However, some definitions of compulsive Internet use in the literature have been derived from DSM-IV criteria for addiction and impulse control disorder.
This instant process of mode activation would appear as an impulse control disorder without a careful functional analysis.
While it's classified as an impulse control disorder, there's still little research and tremendous debate about trichotillomania.
This is an impulse control disorder classified by increasing tension immediately prior to, and the gratification or relief during, the recurrent hair-pulling behaviors.
Bulima is an impulse control disorder and if you always attribute it to something that went on in the past it inhibits recovery.
However, the Liverpool fans wonder whether this is the right move to get rid of Suarez, but they concede that Suarez has an impulse control disorder.
Among 270 patients who answered questions about ICDs on the Questionnaire for Impulsive-Compulsive Behaviors in Parkinson's Disease at both baseline and follow-up, 22 had a new-onset impulse control disorder at follow-up, 31 had their ICDs resolve at follow-up, 135 had no ICD at both baseline and follow-up, and 82 reported stable ICDs at both time points, the investigators said.
IED, recognised as an impulse control disorder, usually begins in late childhood and persists throughout the middle years of life.
For any psychologist who wants to better understand this impulse control disorder, "Pathological Gambling" is a fine pick for psychological reference collections.