Some articles on psychotic:
... in its "Glossary of culture-bound syndromes" the diagnostic category "Qi-gong Psychotic Reaction", described as "an acute, time-limited episode characterized by disassociative ... kundalini syndrome, or "pranotthana manifestation" as he prefers to call it, and Qi-gong Psychotic Reaction ... He acknowledges the qi-gong psychotic reaction as an experience of nonordinary consciousness not unlike what Americans involved in qi-gong, meditation or yoga have experienced ...
... A Series of Psychotic Episodes first began as a pilot for BBC Radio 7's "Witty and Twisted" competition ... Out of these, A Series of Psychotic Episodes was chosen as the winner and Elia awarded a series ... After A Series of Psychotic Episodes was broadcast, it was nominated for the comedy award in the Sony Radio Academy Awards ...
... Psychotic major depression (PMD) is a type of depression that can include symptoms and treatments that are different from those of non-psychotic major depressive disorder (NPMD ... for NPMD, schizoaffective disorder, schizophrenia or other psychotic disorders ...
... The album subtitle 'Psychotic Sounds for Freaks and Weirdos', was created by two fans from the official Horrors forum ... The tag line 'Psychotic Sounds for Freaks and Weirdos' is not only a subtitle to the album, but was used on all promotional material for Strange House ...
More definitions of "psychotic":
- (adj): Suffering from psychosis.
Famous quotes containing the word psychotic:
“Doubt is to certainty as neurosis is to psychosis. The neurotic is in doubt and has fears about persons and things; the psychotic has convictions and makes claims about them. In short, the neurotic has problems, the psychotic has solutions.”
—Thomas Szasz (b. 1920)
“This is not a psychotic episode. This is a cleansing moment of clarity.”
—Paddy Chayefsky (19231981)
“Some parents were awful back then and are awful still. The process of raising you didnt turn them into grown-ups. Parents who were clearly imperfect can be helpful to you. As you were trying to grow up despite their fumbling efforts, you had to develop skills and tolerances other kids missed out on. Some of the strongest people I know grew up taking care of inept, invalid, or psychotic parentsbut they know the parents werent normal, healthy, or whole.”
—Frank Pittman (20th century)