And with RT, these losers have a global platform through which they can inflict their psychoses on the rest of us.
We all have tendencies toward one or more types of psychoses.
It is commonest during the onset, as all but five of these patients spoke of it during the incubation of their psychoses.
The histories of the two psychoses differentiate the two reactions which may be indistinguishable at one interview.
Other psychoses superficially resembling stupor are the perplexity and absorbed manic (manic stupor) states.
They christened these new disorders by the name of neuroses, reserving the name of psychoses for the mental disorders of lunatics.
If such is the case, what becomes of the classical distinction between neuroses and psychoses?
Thence these turnings of mind that are so often to be observed in the course of neuroses and psychoses.
In most cases the pathologic conditions were not associated with the psychoses that are usually found under such circumstances.
Neuroses and psychoses are peculiarly frequent in childhood and youth.
psychosis psy·cho·sis (sī-kō'sĭs)
n. pl. psy·cho·ses (-sēz)
A severe mental disorder, with or without organic damage, characterized by derangement of personality and loss of contact with reality and causing deterioration of normal social functioning.
Plural psychoses (sī-kō'sēz)
A mental state caused by psychiatric or organic illness, characterized by a loss of contact with reality and an inability to think rationally. A psychotic person often behaves inappropriately and is incapable of normal social functioning.
psychotic adjective (sī-kŏt'ĭk)
A severe mental disorder, more serious than neurosis, characterized by disorganized thought processes, disorientation in time and space, hallucinations, and delusions. Paranoia, manic depression, megalomania, and schizophrenia are all psychoses. One who suffers from psychosis is psychotic.