Disorder may refer to :
- Randomness, non-order or no intelligible pattern
- Civil disorder, one or more forms of disturbance caused by a group of people
- Disease, an abnormal condition affecting the body of an organism
- Anxiety disorder, different forms of abnormal and pathological fear and anxiety
- Conversion disorder, neurological symptoms such as numbness, blindness, paralysis, or fits, where no neurological explanation is possible
- Mental disorder, a psychological or behavioral pattern associated with distress or disability that occurs in an individual and is not a part of normal development or culture
- Obsessive–compulsive disorder, an anxiety disorder characterized by repetitive behaviors aimed at reducing anxiety
- Obsessive–compulsive personality disorder, obsession with perfection, rules, and organization
- Personality disorder, an enduring pattern of inner experience and behavior that deviates markedly from the expectations of the culture of the individual who exhibits it
- Order and disorder (physics).
- Lawlessness, a lack of laws or law enforcement
- Randomness, a lack of intelligible pattern or combination in information theory, mathematics, and computer programming
- Disorder (band), Bristol based hardcore punk band
- Disorder (film), a Chinese documentary
- Disorder (album), by The Gazette
- "Disorder", a song by Joy Division, from their album Unknown Pleasures
- Dis-order is the CD/DVD/Merchandise mailorder of Displeased Records
Other articles related to "disorders, disorder":
... decades he has conducted research on psychotherapies and medications as treatments for mood disorders (major depressive disorder and dysthymic disorder), anxiety disorders, and personality disorders ... conducting an outcome study of three psychotherapies for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) thanks to a five year grant from the National Institute of Mental Health ...
... A neurodevelopmental disorder, or disorder of neural development, is an impairment of the growth and development of the brain or central nervous system ... A narrower use of the term refers to a disorder of brain function that affects emotion, learning ability and memory and that unfolds as the individual grows ... an exclusive synonym for autism and autism spectrum disorders ...
... ICD-10 does not have a diagnosis of schizotypal personality disorder, but (F21) Schizotypal disorder ... In ICD-10, Schizotypal disorder is classified as a clinical disorder associated with schizophrenia rather than a personality disorder as with DSM-IV ... The DSM-IV designation of schizotypal as a personality disorder is controversial ...
... Despite this outbreak, the tournament overall was free of hooliganism, helping rehabilitate England's reputation after their fans' conduct during the previous decades ... UEFA's awarding of the tournament to England was in itself a further step in bringing back the country back fully into the international fold, coming soon after their decision in 1990 to re-admit English clubs back into UEFA competitions after the indefinite ban issued to them following the Heysel Stadium disaster in 1985 ...
... Schizotypal personality disorder is a personality disorder characterized by a need for social isolation, anxiety in social situations, odd behavior and thinking, and often ... People with this disorder feel extreme discomfort with maintaining close relationships with people, and therefore they often don't ... People with this disorder seek medical attention for things such as anxiety, depression, or other symptoms ...
Famous quotes containing the word disorder:
“The doctor found, when she was dead,
Her last disorder mortal.”
—Oliver Goldsmith (17281774)
“In a town-meeting, the great secret of political science was uncovered, and the problem solved, how to give every individual his fair weight in the government, without any disorder from numbers. In a town-meeting, the roots of society were reached. Here the rich gave counsel, but the poor also; and moreover, the just and the unjust.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“The history of the genesis or the old mythology repeats itself in the experience of every child. He too is a demon or god thrown into a particular chaos, where he strives ever to lead things from disorder into order.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)