Neurosis is a class of functional mental disorders involving chronic distress, but neither delusions nor hallucinations. The term is no longer used by the professional psychiatric community in the United States, having been eliminated from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) in 1980 with the publication of DSM III. However, it is still used in the ICD-10 Chapter V F40–48. Neurosis should not be mistaken for psychosis, which refers to a loss of touch with reality. Nor should it be mistaken for neuroticism, a fundamental personality trait proposed in the Big Five personality traits theory.



CHR: Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria · 8 February 2023 English

reinforcement of existing prejudices and stereotypes… Where same-sex The briefing was researched and conduct is illegal, sexual orientation drafted by Pierre Brouard, Clinical may be treated as a problem that …

homosexuality’ in HJ Eysenck (ed) Behaviour Therapy and the Neuroses (1960) 312-326. 63 Freund (n 62 above) 326. 64

AU: African Union · 17 October 2022 English

this, the Commission is encouraged by the responsiveness and efforts of Member States In 2020 and 2021, estimates have suggested to challenge national responses in ensuring the an increase in …

following complications: acute anxieties, depression, neuroses, psychoses, and post-traumatic stress disorder

IAI: Istituto Affari Internazionali · 4 October 2022 English


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GFI: Green Foundation Ireland · 7 June 2022 English

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mechanism of cultural capitalism, it and class neuroses. Economists such as Robert must be defused. That

IPA: Institute of Public Affairs · 4 April 2022 English

The second is a significant part of the lives of many of us, but in recent decades has been in decline punctuated with the news that Australia’s birth rate fell …

bad behaviour, whereas among the middle classes neuroses is more common. The greater medicalisation of

Wilson Center Canada · 16 December 2021 English

and international influencers on the levels of vi- olence in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras As the United States and the international com- (known as the Northern Triangle) and its …

to stoppages of public transportation. (such as neuroses, benign tumors, etc.), especially in the case

ILO: International Labour Organisation · 14 December 2021 English

This tool responds to the call of the Global Strategy on OSH adopted at the 91st session of the International Labour Conference in 2003 to that asked the ILO to …

environment (particularly digestive disorders and neuroses).14 14 ILO. 1999. General Survey on the reports

CSS: Center for Security Studies · 14 December 2021 English

Yet in NATO and the US in the region: Others even have an opt- the discourse of European leaders and EU institutions, the out from the EU security and defense. …

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IAI: Istituto Affari Internazionali · 18 November 2021 English

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weak because of its illusions -- and from the neuroses that stem from Vietnam. One final observation

IAI: Istituto Affari Internazionali · 14 October 2021 English

During the process of the enlargement of the EC to Greece, Portugal and Spain, along with the necessity to support democracy m these countries by including them into the EC, …

Fernandez, has observed this gap and the consequent neuroses in Naples (Italy) : "Nous descendons via Costantinopoli

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