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neurotic

1. of, relating to, or afflicted by neurosis
2. a person who is afflicted with a neurosis or who tends to be emotionally unstable or unusually anxious
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28 June 2018 - New York, US-based fitness technology brand Peloton has acquired Atlanta, US-based digital music aggregator Neurotic Media LLC, the company said.
Normal (n=30), Maladjusted (n=30), Neurotic (n=30) and Psychotic (n=50).
It will be Barthes's probing of a necessary neurotic space, between jouissance and pleasure, which will suggest another image of happiness.
But the neurotic ones were more likely to live - and that was regardless of behavior.
With a growing number of people uncomfortable with thoughts of neurotic animals being locked up, zoos now claim they make a significant contribution to the conservation of endangered species.
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A research was conducted to investigate the level of anxiety among the fathers of neurotic and psychotic children.