Mental refers to aspects of, or things related to, the mind; or, in anatomy, the region of the chin, e.g. the mental foramen, can also mean:
- People who act in a way characteristic of mental disorders; this is often used pejoratively
- Mental (TV series), a 2009 television series produced by Fox Telecolombia
- Mental (film), a 2012 film or movie
Other articles related to "mental":
... The World Federation for Mental Health (WFMH) is an international membership organization founded in 1948 to advance, among all peoples and nations, the prevention of mental and emotional ... Members include mental health service providers and service users ... international network of families of people with serious mental illness, merged with the World Federation ...
... It is derived from the terms "ideo" (idea, or mental representation) and "motor" (muscular action) ... used in reference to the process whereby a thought or mental image brings about a seemingly "reflexive" or automatic muscular reaction, often of minuscule degree, and ... psychological terminology from which this concept derives, an "idea" may include any mental representation, e.g ...
... Mental Jewelry is the first album by the band Live, released on December 31, 1991 ... released the album The Death of a Dictionary under the name Public Affection, with Mental Jewelry being the first released under the name Live ... Many of the songs on Mental Jewelry are based on the writings of Indian philosopher Jiddu Krishnamurti ...
... Wilhelm Wundt, attempts to create methods for assessing and treating mental distress existed long before ... Spiritualism and Phineas Quimby's "mental healing" were also popular ... psychologists also were not concerned with serious forms of mental illness ...
Famous quotes containing the word mental:
“Children and savages use only nouns or names of things, which they convert into verbs, and apply to analogous mental acts.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“Women ought to feel a peculiar sympathy in the colored mans wrong, for, like him, she has been accused of mental inferiority, and denied the privileges of a liberal education.”
—Angelina Grimké (18051879)
“There is hardly any mental misery worse than that of having our own serious phrases, our own rooted beliefs, caricatured by a charlatan or a hireling.”
—George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)