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Overvalued ideas

Overvalued ideas were identified as a separate symptom K. Wernicke in 1882. This thought or their complexes, arising from a particular real situation, but further dominant over the other for a long time and takes no real value inherent in their dominant position in the mind of the patient because they strongly affect the emotional sphere. The presence of such ideas is accompanied by significant emotional stress. In its content, as suggested, for example, Gilyarovskii (1938), is an idea that particularly affect personality and show a tendency to get stuck

Obsessive compulsive disorder

Obsessive compulsive disorder, primarily obsessive fear, described more physicians of antiquity. Hippocrates (V c. BC) led clinical illustration of such manifestations. Physicians and philosophers of antiquity include fear (phobos) to four main passions, "from which come the disease. Chinese Zeno (336-264 BC) in his book "On the passions" defined as the expectation of fear of evil. For fear he considered as horror, shyness, shame, shock, fear, anguish. Horrified by Zeno, there is fear, numbness suggestive. Shame - the fear of dishonor. Shyness - fear of making action. Shock - fear of the unusual presentation. Fright - fear that the language is taken away.

Pathology thinking

Thinking healthy person conforms to the laws of logic. Reflecting the essence of real life, it enables you to communicate and learn about the world, the results are presented understandable knowledge. Psychology studies thinking as cognitive activity, differentiating it into categories depending on the level of generalization, the nature of the funds, THEIR novelty for the subject, the extent of its activity and the adequacy of thinking reality. In this regard, the following types of thinking: verbal-logical, visual-figurative visual-active. Logical thinking to a certain extent opposite intuitive and certainly autistic
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