Genetic disorder refers to inherited disorder of behaviour that arise from faulty genetic material.

A genetic disorder is a condition that is caused by an abnormal variation or change in an individual's DNA. Genetic disorders can be inherited from a person's parents or can result from a spontaneous mutation in the DNA.

Genetic disorders can affect a variety of different systems in the body, including the brain and central nervous system. Some examples of genetic disorders that can affect mental health and behavior include:

It is important to note that genetic disorders are just one of many factors that can influence mental health and behavior, and that the relationship between genetics and mental health is complex and not fully understood. Further research is needed to fully understand the role of genetics in psychology.

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