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Department of Practice of Medicine

Different Rubric's in reperotory used in behavioural disorder

Rubric
Absent Minded
Absorbed, Buried In Thought
Abstraction, In Mind
Affection
Agitation
Agrophobia
Amorous
Anguish
Antagonism
Anxiety
Apathy
Aphasia
Apprehension
Bewildered
Calmness
Capriciousness
Clairvoyance
confusion
Delirium

Delusion
Dementia
Despondancy
Discrimination
Dullness
Ecstasy
Ergotism
Excitement
Faultfinding
Fear
Fidgety
Foolish
Forgetfull
Fretful
Gestures
Gigling
Grief
Grimaces
Growling
Hide
Hydrophobia
Hypochondriacal

Hypocrisy

Rubric
Hysteria
Department of Practice of Medicine
Different Rubric's in reperotory used in behavioural disorder

Ideas
Idiocy,idiotic action
idocy,idotic,epilepsy before
Illusions
Imbecility
Impulse, to destroy himself
Indolance
Inhumanity
Insensibility
Insanity
instability
Intoxication
Irritability
Kleptomania
Lasciviousness
Laughing
Ludicrous
Mania
Melancholy
Memory, weakness
Men, dread of
Mirth, sleep during
Mistakes
Monomania
Morose
Murmuring in sleep
Quarrelsome
Repulsive mood
Restlessness, nervousness
Sadness, mental depression
Somnambulism
Speech, babling
Suicidal, disposition
Suspicious
Talkative
Tear, thing
Thought of death
Throws, thing away
Timidity
Unconsciousness
Weeping
Wildness
Department of Practice of Medicine
Different Rubric's in reperotory used in behavioural disorder

word meanning
Forgetful or inattentive.
Deeply involved in thinking
A state of preoccupation of mind
A feeling of fondness or liking.
Excessive physical activity
Fear from Crowd
Inclined to love
Extreme mental and physical pain
Opposition or contrary action between similar things
Mental Restlessness
Lack of felling and emotions
Loss of Voice
Fear
Confuse
Peaceful and undisturbed
Unaccountable changes of mood or behaviour
Perceiving events in the future
Uncertainly about what is happening
Acutely distubed state of mind
An Idiosyncratic belief or impression that is not in accordance with a generally accepted
reality
Chronic mental disorder marked by memory failures,personality changes
Loss of confidence
Good judgement
Slow to understand
Overwhelming feeling of great happiness or joyful excitment
Poisoning produced by eating food affected by Ergot
A feeling of great "eagerness" (Strongly wanted to do or have something )
Disposed to Find fault
A feeling of anxity regarding
Restlessness
Lacking good sense or judgment,silly or unwise
Likely not to remember
Anxious or irritated
A movement of part of the body
Laughing
Intense sorrow, especially caused by someone's death
An ugly, twisted expression on a person's face
Make a low guttural sound of hostility in the throat.
Put or keep out of sight
Extreme or irrational fear of water, especially as a symptom of rabies
A person who is abnormally anxious about their health

The practice of claiming to have higher standards or more laudable beliefs than is the case

word meanning
Exaggerated or uncontrollable emotion or excitement.
Department of Practice of Medicine
Different Rubric's in reperotory used in behavioural disorder

A thought or suggestion as to a possible course of action


Extremely stupid behaviour.
Extremely stupid behaviour.(before epilepsy)
A false idea or belief.
A stupid person.
Suicidal tendency
Aversion to work
Cruel and brutal behaviour.
Without one's mental faculties; unconscious
Madness
Lack of stability.
Of alcoholic drink or a drug cause (someone) to lose control of their faculties
Easily annoyed or angered.
A recurrent urge to steal.
Feeling or revealing an overt sexual desire.
To make sounds and movements of face so as to express merriment
So foolish or unreasonable as to be amusing; absurd or ridiculous.
Mental illness marked by periods of excitement, delusions, and overactivity
Deep and long-lasting sadness
Inability to remember
Anticipate with great apprehension or fear.
Amusement, especially as expressed in laughter during sleep.
Something which is not correct; an inaccuracy.
Obsessive preoccupation with one thing.
Sullen and bad-tempered.
A low continuous sound during sleep.
Given to or characterized by quarrelling.
Lacking friendliness or sympathy.
Unable to rest as a result of anxiety or boredom.
Feeling sorrow; unhappy
Sleepwalking.
Confused noise of talk
The action of killing oneself intentionally
Having or showing cautious distrust
Fond of or given to talking.
Pull or rip apart or to pieces
Think about suside or death.
throw any thing one place to anothere place
Lacking in courage or confidence
Not awake and aware of and responding to one's environment
Tearful mood
Rudeness