motor system the system that originates in the cerebral cortex and controls voluntary movement.
Pyromania refers to an Impulse-Control Disorder involving the persistent, compelling and irresistible urge to start or to set fires. It is also defined as a pattern of deliberate setting of fires for pleasure or satisfaction derived from the relief of tension experienced before the fire-setting.
Pythagoras (ca. 580–500 B.C.) is the Greek scholar who suggested that the brain is at the center of human reasoning and plays a central role in the "soul's life."
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Agoraphobia refers to an anxiety disorder in which there is fear of public and other situations from . . . Read More
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PDA is the abbreviations of Panic disorder with Agoraphobia which refers to the fear and avoidance of . . . Read More
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- Panic disorder with agoraphobia (PDA) : panic disorder with agoraphobia (PDA ) refers to fear and avoidance . . . Read More
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Anticipatory anxiety is defined as a fear of having a panic attack; may lead to the development of phobias. . . . Read More
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Saliromania refers to a desire to damage or soil a woman or her clothes; - - Saliromania, also known . . . Read More
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A phobia refers to Psychological disorder characterized by marked and persistent fear of an object or . . . Read More
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Panic disorder is defined as a disorder characterized by recurrent, unexpected Panic attacks. Panic attacks . . . Read More
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Simple Phobias (including Social Phobia) Category Anxiety Disorders Etiology Often a traumatic event . . . Read More
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Agoraphobia (without panic): Agoraphobia (without panic ) refers to the fear that something extremely . . . Read More