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  1. ... that, if taken over a longer period of time, can account for these symptoms even without being in your system at the time of these experiences. Other than that, wikipedia -search 1. "Paranoid personality disorder" and 2. "Schizophrenia...

    3 Answers · Social Science · 10/08/2009

  2. ...next, similar to bipolarism, they will experience harsh mood swings. Other symptoms are delusions, hallucinations and paranoia .

    5 Answers · Social Science · 15/08/2010

  3. ...alternate explanation, but stress can also cause the onset of bi-polar symptoms --start them up, in other words. But...regularly, bi-polar is more probable. Also, the paranoia and hallucinations you mentioned ...

    8 Answers · Social Science · 13/06/2010

  4. ...at the same time. Since so many different disorders could cause the symptoms you're describing, no one but a board-certified psychiatrist who...

    3 Answers · Social Science · 14/08/2013

  5. ..., use of strange words, paranoia , etc. Schizophrenia ...injury, or illness. Others show symptoms of being disturbed...out. Look up psychosis in Wikipedia . this usually gives very understandable...

    2 Answers · Social Science · 18/03/2011

  6. Hmmm i feel like im in a similar situation except I don't believe that i have a disorder, I'm not shy either though so... i believe theres just something wrong with me in my head :S YOUVE confused me now haha can't you have like mild...

    1 Answers · Social Science · 15/08/2009

  7. ... disorders... http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/DSM-IV_Codes_(alphabetical...the DSM codes - you can check off the symptoms from diagnostic criteria Good luck...

    2 Answers · Social Science · 13/10/2011

  8. ...and compare it with the sparknotes. http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Malignant_narcissism http://www.... dating Jane. Just read the symptoms and look over the sparknotes and you will find that...

    2 Answers · Social Science · 18/12/2007

  9. ...not as the final word. The symptoms you provided seem reminiscent...personality disorder. Extracted from Wikipedia , "Paranoid personality...disorder characterized by paranoia and a pervasive, long-standing...

    3 Answers · Social Science · 10/02/2012

  10. ... helps to partly confirm a yawn's "contagiousness". http://en. wikipedia .org/wiki/Yawn

    13 Answers · Social Science · 18/07/2007

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