mental health

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Antonyms for mental health

the psychological state of someone who is functioning at a satisfactory level of emotional and behavioral adjustment

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There are few tools in exact identification of mental health but MMPI-A is explored as perfect tools of mental pathology evaluation.
In 1853, writing in the Journal of Psychological Medicine and Mental Pathology, Galt wrote that "To many patients, [reading] proves a source of agreeable feelings, during time which would otherwise be full of the tedium of ennui" [10].
1) What are the criteria for considering the person suffering from an on-going mental pathology as a 'juridically competent subject'?
However, in heroin cohort, users engaged in other activities (mainly, illegal activities) showed a higher prevalence of mental pathology (42.
Mental pathology as a result of a traumatic event was first entered in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual III (DSM-III), but was formerly known in soldiers as 'war neurosis'.