Case studies of microdisorders

Psychological microdisorders can, of course, be described in psychological terms and academic jargon. However they may be best understood by the lay public through descriptions of case studies. Below you can find links to such case studies.

Affectopathy - Andy and Fran (Cincinnati, Ohio, USA)

Bââd Haradäë Disorder - Phillip (Hollywood, California, USA)

False Mammary Syndrome - Wilson (Story City, Iowa, USA)

Gulliver's Complaint - Charcelle (Paris, France)

Melodosis - Yolanda (Montevideo, Uruguay)

Projectile Dysfunction - Hank (Amarillo, Texas, USA)

Zact's Malady - Glenn (Indialantic, Florida, USA)


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