Haltlose Personality Disorder
Haltlose personality disorder is a personality disorder in which affected individuals possess psychopathic traits built upon short-sighted selfishness and irresponsible hedonism, combined with an inability to anchor one’s identity to a future or past. The symptoms of Haltlose are characterized by a lack of inhibition.
Wiki Number: W093
Diagnosis: Haltlose Personality Disorder
Symptoms: criminal lifestyles or asocial parasites, lack of willpower, drifters; unable to learn from experience or have remorse
Progression: pathological lying; no realistic ambitions or foresight;likely to lead a life of criminality; child molestors, but blame others
Causes: fear of exposure from past exploits, reject limits, become footloose and/or psychopathic; high intellects, degraded morals
Medications: None listed.
Therapies: None listed.
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- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in adults in the clinical description and classification of Emil Kraepelinby Holger Steinberg on May 23, 2019
This study presents descriptions of symptoms specific to the adult form of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in the 8th edition of the Textbook on Psychiatry by Emil Kraepelin (1856-1926). To identify whether ADHD is a new, fashionable phenomenon in adults or whether early psychiatrists also saw such patients and how they classified them, this textbook is an essential source. Published between 1905 and 1915, it can be perceived as the culmination and at the same time terminal point...
- Pharmacogenetic testing for the guidance of psychiatric treatment of a schizoaffective patient with haltlose personality disorderby João Gama Marques on October 3, 2017