Fears and Phobias Fear Of Accidents - Dystychiphobia. Air - Anemophobia. Air Swallowing - Aerophobia. Airborne Noxious Substances - Aerophobia. Airsickness - Aeronausiphobia. Alcohol - Methyphobia / Potophobia. Alone - Autophobia / Monophobia. Alone and Solitude - Isolophobia. Amnesia - Amnesiphobia. Anger - Angrophobia / Cholerophobia. Angina - … [Read more...] about Fears and Phobias
Milestones in Neuropsychiatry 1681 - Thomas Willis coined the term "Neurology" 1695 - Humphrey Ridley published "The Anatomy of the Brain" 1808 - German physician Johann Christian Reil (1759-1813) coined the term "Psychiatrist" based on the greek word meaning "healing the soul" 1812 - Benjamin Rush published the first American textbook on psychiatry entitled "Medical … [Read more...] about Milestones in Neuropsychiatry
Dear Doctors, Greetings from POSITIVE. Sleep and the 18th edition of Harrison 17th edition of Harrison-CHAPTER Sleep Disorders: Introduction * Normal nocturnal sleep in adults displays a consistent organization from night to night . After sleep onset, sleep usually progresses through NREM stages 1–4 within 45–60 min. * Slow-wave sleep (NREM stages 3 and 4) … [Read more...] about REM, NREM, Slow Wave, N3 Sleep in 17th and 18th edition of Harrison
Question from AIPG(All India PG) 2003 and the related discussion105. All of the following are features of hallucinations, except:1.It is independent of the will of the observer.2.Sensory organs are not involved.3.It is a vivid as that in a true sense perception.4. It occurs in the absence of perceptual stimulus.Ans. 2-------------------Sensory ORGANS are NOT involved in … [Read more...] about Hallucinations… Please don’t be under an Illusion !!!!