The societal disapproval and judgment of a person or group of people because they do not fit their community's social norms.
An environmental condition or influence that causes distress for an organism.
Group-held beliefs about how members of that group should behave in a given situation.
Any deviation from a healthy or normal condition; abnormality.
The establishment of a cause, origin, or reason for something.
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders
describes behaviors or feelings that deviate from the norm
co-occurrence of two disorders in the same individual
determination of which disorder a set of symptoms represents
suggests that people with a predisposition for a disorder (a diathesis) are more likely to develop the disorder when faced with stress; model of psychopathology
model of psychological disorders resulting from the inability of an internal mechanism to perform its natural function
International Classification of Diseases (ICD)
authoritative index of mental and physical diseases, including infectious diseases, and the criteria for their diagnosis; published by the World Health Organization (WHO)