adjective see psychopathology

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  • psychopathological — psy·cho·patho·log·i·cal .sī kō .path ə läj i kəl or psy·cho·patho·log·ic ik adj of, relating to, or exhibiting psychopathology psy·cho·patho·log·i·cal·ly i k(ə )lē adv …   Medical dictionary

  • psychopathological — adj. of the science of mental illnesses, of the study of psychological disorders …   English contemporary dictionary

  • psychopathological — psy·cho·pathological …   English syllables

  • psychopathological — adjective suffering from an undiagnosed mental disorder • Syn: ↑psychopathic, ↑psychopathologic • Similar to: ↑insane • Derivationally related forms: ↑psychopathology, ↑psychopathology ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • American Psychopathological Association — The American Psychopathological Association (APPA) is an organization, devoted to the scientific investigation of disordered human behavior, and its biological and psychosocial substrates [ [ American… …   Wikipedia

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  • psychopathology — psychopathological /suy koh path euh loj i keuhl/, psychopathologic, adj. psychopathologist, n. /suy koh peuh thol euh jee/, n. 1. the science or study of mental disorders. 2. the conditions and processes of a mental disorder. 3. a pathological… …   Universalium

  • Conditions comorbid to autism spectrum disorders — There are many conditions comorbid to autism spectrum disorders, such as fragile X syndrome and epilepsy. In medicine and in psychiatry, comorbidity describes the effect of other diseases an individual patient might have other than the primary… …   Wikipedia

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