neurotic


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Neurotic Media's team and offices remain in Atlanta and will continue to operate as a standalone subsidiary serving third party clients.
Table-II: Split Half Reliability (n=500) and Group Wise Normal (n=350) Maladjusted, Neurotic and Psychotic (n=50) each for Modified Hand test.
Lacan, in his seventh seminar of 1959-1960 The Ethics of Psychoanalysis, suggests the ethic of psychoanalysis as one of not giving way on one's desire, while we could then characterize the neurotic as the one who does give way on their desire (1992, 314).
Previous studies into the link between neuroticism and physical health have had mixed results, but it might be surprising that worry could have a positive effect on health given the established link between anxiety disorders and physical health conditions - the chronic worry and other negative feelings neurotic people experience are similar to some symptoms of an anxiety disorder.
A new theory suggests that neurotic misery and imagination go hand-in-hand.
fathers of neurotic and psychotic children rendered a X2 of 3.26 which made it insignificant by the fraction of difference as the X2 of 3.84 was required to make it significant at the level of P greater than .05.
In short, Santiago said the public should watch out for "highly neurotic individuals," among others.
The Neurotic's Guide to Avoiding Enlightenment provides no pat answers and while it's accessible to any general-interest reader, it offers no single path to its conclusions.
As repressed memories and desires threatened to break through into the conscious mind, anxiety occurred as a danger signal" to the ego and neurotic behavior was either the expression of that anxiety or a defense against it.
Men with neurotic personality traits are having fewer children compared to previous generations, according to the study.
It takes a very brave, courageous person, and I'm too neurotic. I wouldn't survive an entire run of a play.
"Larry David plays himself as bald, bespectacled neurotic," the New York Times wrote in a review of the new season.
This paper centers on two of these--Existential Anxiety and Neurotic Anxiety--but also considers Normal Anxiety, without which the picture would be incomplete.
The aim of this study was to examine differences between two groups of girls, models and ballerinas (experimental group) and young students (control group), in terms of body image perception, body mass index, neurotic perfectionism, body image distortion, and symptoms of eating disorders.
REGULAR sex can save the relationships of neurotic couples, a study has suggested.