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Admin03.08.2021

Hysteria

Twentieth century western societies expected depression and anxiety manifest itself more in post World War II generations and displaced individuals; and thus, individuals reported or were diagnosed accordingly.
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Admin01.08.2021

Hysteria

However, Freud later changed his theory.
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Admin20.08.2021

Hysteria

The American Journal of Psychiatry.
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Admin03.09.2021

Hysteria

when Egyptians recorded behavioral abnormalities in adult women on medical papyrus.
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Admin13.06.2021

Hysteria

Evans M January 24, 2019.
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Admin27.08.2021

Hysteria

Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research.
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Admin05.07.2021

Hysteria

Freud named the concept of physical symptoms resulting from childhood trauma: hysterical conversion.
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Admin12.07.2021

Hysteria

While Charcot believed hysteria was hereditary, he also thought that environmental factors such as stress could trigger hysteria in an individual.
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Admin22.06.2021

Hysteria

With the decrease of hysteria patients in Western cultures came an increase in anxiety and depression patients.
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Admin18.06.2021

Hysteria

The Egyptians attributed the behavioral disturbances to a wandering uterus—thus later dubbing the condition hysteria.
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Admin21.08.2021

Hysteria

With the shift in perception of hysteria came a shift in treatment options.
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Admin19.08.2021

Hysteria

Freud theorized hysteria stemmed from childhood sexual abuse or repression, and was also one of the first to apply hysteria to men.
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