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228 Possible Causes for Demanding Behavior

  • Factitious Disorder

    Additionally, when confronted, these patients are more likely to demonstrate hostile behavior and demand discharge against medical advice.[] The failure to respond as expected to usual therapy, the demanding style of the patient, requiring constant attention and medications, the intentional production of symptoms[] One alternative hypothesis to explain the exaggerated akinetic state presented by the patient as well the manipulation of the prescription, including the self-medication behavior[]

  • Factitious Disorder with Psychological Symptoms

    Additionally, when confronted, these patients are more likely to demonstrate hostile behavior and demand discharge against medical advice.[]

  • Fear

    Improvements in curative treatments for many types of cancer have emerged over the past several decades, resulting in a growing population of long-term cancer survivors - of both adult and childhood cancers. Despite this incredible medical achievement, long-term survivors of cancer face a unique fear: the fear[…][]

  • Mania

    Cognitive complaints are common features of bipolar disorder (BD). Not much is, however, known about the potential moderator effects of these factors on the outcome of talking therapies. The goal of our study was to explore whether learning and memory abilities predict risk of recurrence of mood episodes or[…][]

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

    Recent studies have shown that individuals with neurodevelopmental disorders and their relatives have problems expressing and recognizing emotions, but there is a lack of studies on alexithymia, and the relationship between parental alexithymia and depression-anxiety symptoms in these groups. The aim of this study[…][]

  • Hysterical Neurosis

    The objective of the present study is to demonstrate the traits of the psychopathology of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) compared with hysterical neurosis. A total of 48 subjects with BPD and 40 subjects with hysterical neurosis both defined by DSM-III-R were assessed by Diagnostic Interview for[…][]

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    Clinical literature provides substantial information on the effects of chronic alcohol abuse on bone remodeling and related skeletal disease processes. This biomedical information is seldom considered in detail by forensic anthropologists, who often rely on normative macroscopic models of bone remodeling and traditional[…][]

  • Malingering

    This study examined differences in raw scores on the Symptom Validity Scale and Response Bias Scale (RBS) from the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 in three criterion groups: (i) valid traumatic brain injured, (ii) invalid traumatic brain injured, and (iii) psychogenic non-epileptic seizure disorders.[…][]

  • Neurotic Disorder

    There have been no previous studies of the outcome of different neurotic disorders in which a prospective group with original randomization to treatment have been followed up over a long period. Such studies are important in identifying the factors associated with good and poor outcome. A 5-year follow-up[…][]

  • Dementia

    Some behavior issues you might encounter include: Demands for attention Pacing, searching, or rummaging Hitting Biting Yelling Threatening Stubborn refusals to participate[]

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