Mental Health Topics (A-Z)

  • Psychotic Depression
  • Psychotic Depression
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    Psychotic Depression

    Psychotic depression, also known as depressive psychosis, is a condition characterized by having a major depressive disorder with psychotic features. Psychotic features can include delusions, hallucinations, or paranoia. What Is Psychotic Depression (PD)? Psychotic Depression is a condition where a person has severe clinical depression with psychotic episodes. The symptoms

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    Consumer Behavior
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    Consumer Behavior  

    Explore how consumer choices influence mental well-being. From impulse buys to brand loyalty, our shopping habits can shape our psychological health.

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    What Is Restless Leg Syndrome
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    Restless Legs Syndrome

    Restless legs syndrome is a nervous system disorder characterized by a persistent and continuous urge to move one’s legs. It is also known as Willis Ekbom disease. What is Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) Restless Legs Syndrome occurs when an individual experiences constant twitchiness and discomfort in their legs, usually after

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    Magical Thinking
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    Magical Thinking

    Magical thinking refers to the belief that your thoughts, ideas, words, actions can influence the outcome of specific events in the material world. What Is Magical Thinking? Magical thinking, sometimes known as superstitious thinking, refers to certain beliefs regarding supernatural powers and how they can influence or manipulate unrelated events

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    Growth Mindset
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    Growth Mindset

    A growth mindset is a powerful incentive that allows an individual to embrace failures and work towards success. What Is A Growth Mindset? A growth mindset is based on a positive mindset that your qualities can be cultivated through repeated efforts in order to be successful. Our mindset defines how

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    child discipline
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    Child Discipline 

    Child discipline refers to the strategies employed by parents or caregivers to guide and teach children appropriate behavior, values, and social skills.

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    self-love
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    Self-Love

    Self-love is important to lead a happy and fulfilling life! Read what is self-love, the importance of self-love, and how it can affect your mental health

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    Dark Traid
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    Dark Triad

    The dark triad consists of the personality traits of narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy. What Is The Dark Triad? It refers to a psychological concept that involves certain malicious and toxic personality traits associated with Machiavellianism, subclinical psychopathy and subclinical narcissism. In personality psychology, a person who possesses a combination of

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    baby blues
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    Baby Blues

    Baby blues refers to a feeling of moodiness, sadness, and anger that new mothers experience after giving birth.

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    DMN
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    Default Mode Network (DMN) And Alzheimer’s Disease

    The default mode network (DMN) is strongly associated with a wide range of conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease (AD). Both DMN and AD involve two main brain regions, namely the posterior cingulate cortex and hippocampal formation. What Is The Default Mode Network? The default mode network (DMN) refers to an

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    Freudian Psychology
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    Freudian Psychology

    Freudian Psychology is derived from the works of Austrian neurologist, Sigmund Freud. He is known as the father of the psychodynamic approach to psychology. He attempted to understand the driving forces that explain human behavior. Freudian Psychology Explanations Sigmund Freud is a reputed neurologist who is regarded as the father

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    ego depletion
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    Ego Depletion

    Ego depletion is associated with a performance breakdown or the loss of a personal resource because of any previous willful and effortful self-acts. What Is Ego Depletion? Ego Depletion refers to a self-regulation theory from psychology. It is a phenomenon when a person ends up using his/her available willpower on

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    Types of Cognitive Biases
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    Types of Cognitive Biases

    Types of cognitive biases refer to the various systematic patterns of thinking or mental shortcuts that can lead to deviations from rationality and objective reasoning.

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    Confirmation Bias  

    Confirmation bias refers to the tendency of individuals to interpret or favor information in a way that confirms their existing beliefs or hypotheses

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    brain science
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    Brain Science

    Brain science, also known as neuroscience, is a multidisciplinary field that explores the scientific study of the brain.

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    Causes of addiction
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    Causes Of Addiction

    Research attributes the causes of addiction to substances or non-substances to a combination of biological, environmental, and spiritual factors.

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    DSM 5
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    DSM 5

    The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, fifth edition (DSM 5), is a diagnostic manual, developed by the American Psychiatric Association (APA), used to diagnose mental disorders. What Is DSM 5? The DSM 5 is the current edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Dr. Dilip

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    Causes Of Eating Disorders
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    Causes Of Eating Disorders

    Eating disorders can develop at any stage in an individual’s life. The exact causes of these conditions are not yet established. They may be caused by a complicated combination of factors including genetic, biochemical, psychological, cultural, and environmental. Influence Of Eating Disorders Eating disorders are mental disorders characterized by abnormal

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