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Neurosis is a class of functional mental disorders involving distress but neither delusions nor hallucinations. Neurosis may also be called psychoneurosis or ...

Neurotic | Definition of Neurotic by Merriam-Webster

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medical : having or suggesting neurosis. : often or always fearful or worried about something : tending to worry in a way that is not healthy or reasonable. Source: ...

neurotic - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com

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If you call someone neurotic, you are saying she is stressed out. Neurotic can be a psychological term or it can be used more loosely. You may have a neurotic ...

Urban Dictionary: neurotic

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A word from the times of Sigmund Freud, It no longer used in modern Behavioral Science. So if you look this up in a real dictionary it will say "see Neurosis" ...

(When) Are You Neurotic? | Psychology Today

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Nov 23, 2012 ... We all engage in neurotic patterns some times. This blog differentiates Neuroticism from maladaptive neurotic patterns and identifies five ...

What Does it Mean to Be Neurotic? - Calm Clinic

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Being called "neurotic" is an insult in today's culture. Many people with their own personal eccentricities are called neurotic simply because they're a little ...

Neurosis - definition of neurosis by The Free Dictionary

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Define neurosis. neurosis synonyms, neurosis pronunciation, neurosis translation, English dictionary definition of neurosis. n. pl. neu·ro·ses A psychological ...

neurosis | psychology | Britannica.com

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Neurosis, plural neuroses, also called psychoneurosis or plural psychoneuroses, mental disorder that causes a sense of distress and deficit in functioning.

Inside the Neurotic Mind - Association for Psychological Science

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Dec 10, 2012 ... In popular culture, neuroticism carries a light, humorous, even attractive connotation — witness the appeal of comedians like Woody Allen and ...

neurotic - Wiktionary

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neurotic (not comparable). Affected with a neurosis. (informal) Overly anxious. [ quotations ▽]. He is getting neurotic about time-keeping. . 1907, Robert W.

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Find out if you're neurotic with our free test. ... Are You Neurotic? Test. Find out if you're neurotic with our free test. Permalink Print |. Share Tweet Stumble Upon ...

Neurosis | Define Neurosis at Dictionary.com

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Neurosis definition, Also called psychoneurosis. a functional disorder in which feelings of anxiety, obsessional thoughts, compulsive acts, and physical ...

What is neuroticism? What causes neurosis? - Medical News Today

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Sep 9, 2014 ... Does not interfere with rational thought or ability to function - more recently, neurosis, as well as neurotic disorder or psychoneurosis refer to ...