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The characters in the Winnie the Pooh were "diagnosed" by the Canadian Medical Association to be suffering from various psychological disorders, which include obsessive compulsive disorder, dyslexia, depression and schiz... More »

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Anxiety disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and depressive disorder are common psychological disorders. Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder are also common psychological disorders, according to the Substan... More »

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Case studies of psychological disorders are used to provide insight into additional research, allow for study of impractical or unethical situations, and offer detailed qualitative information to those in the psychologic... More »

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