Disorders of thinking
Disorders of thinking include delusions and obsessional thoughts, disorders of the stream of thought such as the amount, pressure and speed of thinking; thought block; disorders of the form of thought such as linking of thoughts together; the form and connections of thoughts, perseverations, neologisms, over-inclusion, paradoxical or loosening associations such as Verbigeration; word salad, and derailment associations, flight ideas; abnormal beliefs about the possession of thoughts.
Disorders of thinking include over-valued ideas such as non-delusional beliefs; intensive, intrusive obsessional thoughts; partial (with a degree of doubt) and full delusions. Over-valued ideas are isolated preoccupying beliefs with periodic doubts, neither delusional nor obsessional in nature. They occur in anorexia nervosa.
Intrusive thoughts appear spontaneously, may provoke an emotional response of anxiety, depression, anger, or sexual arousal.
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