To date, several microdisorders have been identified, verified and included in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Microdisorders (DSMM). These microdisorders can be further categorized as Sociative or Dissociative Microdisorders. Click on the links below to view a description of, and treatment for each microdisorder. 

Sociative Microdisorders
Bââd Haradäë Disorder
Edible Complex
Excessive Repulsive Disorder
Substance Abuse Impairment
Zact’s Malady

Dissociative Microdisorders
Atlantic Deficit Hypoactivity Disorder
Bimolar Disorder
Gulliver’s Complaint

Projectile Dysfunction
Psychoceramic Disunion
Seasoning Affective Disorder

Resociative Microdisorders
Apartment Complex
False Mammary Syndrome
Liek-Yuno Simplex
Tripolar Disorder

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Micropsychology is a very new field of study and treatment. Consequently microdisorders are being identified all the time. If you know of any that we should be researching for possible inclusion into the next edition of the DSMM, please let us know.

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