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Admin18.07.2021

Hysteria

when Egyptians recorded behavioral abnormalities in adult women on medical papyrus.
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Admin06.07.2021

Hysteria

Augustine's writings suggested that human suffering resulted from sin, and thus, hysteria became perceived as satanic possession.
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Admin12.08.2021

Hysteria

Theories for why hysteria diagnoses began to decline vary, but many historians infer that World War II, westernization, and migration shifted Western mental health expectations.
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Admin04.08.2021

Hysteria

It is assumed that the basis for diagnosis operated under the belief that women are predisposed to mental and behavioral conditions; an interpretation of sex-related differences in stress responses.
Admin05.08.2021

Hysteria

By 1905, Freud retracted the theory of hysteria resulting from repressed childhood fantasies.
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Admin20.09.2021

Hysteria

Particularly, French physician Charles Lepois insisted that hysteria was a malady of the brain.
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Admin17.09.2021

Hysteria

"Briquet's concept of hysteria: an historical perspective".
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Admin04.09.2021

Hysteria

Freud hypothesized that in order to cure hysteria the patient must relive the experiences through imagination in the most vivid form while under light.
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Admin02.08.2021

Hysteria

The American Journal of Psychiatry.
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Admin25.07.2021

Hysteria

Infertility Historical treatment [ ]• Although declining in the West, in Eastern countries such as Sudan, Egypt, and Lebanon hysteria diagnoses remained consistent.
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Admin12.07.2021

Hysteria

The blanket diagnosis of hysteria has been fragmented into myriad medical categories such as , , , , or other medical conditions.
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