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The cause of intermittent explosive disorder has not been described to date.
"Intermittent explosive disorder" may be a cause of violence.
He has been diagnosed with depression, attention deficit disorder and intermittent explosive disorder.
Rule out intermittent explosive disorder and atypical paranoid disorder.
People over the disorder's minimum age of 6 may be diagnosed with intermittent explosive disorder without outbursts of physical aggression.
Intermittent explosive disorder.
As his prison term expired, he was found to have "antisocial personality disorder" and "intermittent explosive disorder" but not any sexual compulsion.
Lee estimated that one of every 50 Hongkongers suffers from intermittent explosive disorder, turning one into a "ticking time bomb" of rage and violence.
According to an article published by the Associated Press in June 2006, the behaviors typically associated with road rage are the result of intermittent explosive disorder.
W. Z. conceded that he has trouble controlling his anger, and that he has had diagnoses of, among other things, "intermittent explosive disorder."
Along with several other methods of treatments, Cognitive Behaviour therapy has also shown to be effective in the case of Intermittent Explosive Disorder as well.
However, Eric Smith had been diagnosed by a defense psychiatrist with intermittent explosive disorder, a mental disorder causing individuals to act out violently and unpredictably.
Intermittent Explosive Disorder is likely be re-classified in the DSM-V as under the heading of disruptive, impulse control, and conduct disorders.
For example: trichotillomania (where a person pulls hair out of his body) and Intermittent Explosive Disorder (where a person has sudden explosions of anger).
Individuals with Intermittent Explosive Disorder, also known as impulsive aggression, have exhibited serotonergic abnormalities and show differential activation in response to emotional stimuli and situations.
Intermittent explosive disorder or IED is a clinical condition of experiencing recurrent aggressive episodes that are out of proportion of any given stressor.
It is a mental illness classified in the "Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders" as Intermittent Explosive Disorder.
It was reported to have been used for intermittent explosive disorder in 1980 by Drs Andrulonis, Donnelly, Glueck, Stroebel, and Szabek.
Dr. Herman said the teen-ager suffers from "intermittent explosive disorder," a condition characterized by discrete episodes in which a person loses the ability to control destructive impulses against others.
Intermittent Explosive Disorder is most often treated with mood stabilizers, SSRIs, beta blockers, alpha agonists, and anti-psychotics (all of which have shown positive effects).
Intermittent explosive disorder (IED) is a behavioral disorder characterized by extreme expressions of anger, often to the point of uncontrollable rage, that are disproportionate to the situation at hand.
The DSM IV-TR is very specific in its definition of Intermittent Explosive Disorder which is defined, essentially, by exclusion of other conditions.
Intermittent explosive disorder, pyromania, and kleptomania moved to this chapter from the DSM-IV chapter "Impulse-Control Disorders Not Otherwise Specified".
The psychiatrist, who was also an expert witness in the Woody Allen-Mia Farrow child-custody case, reiterated that Eric manifested the critical elements of intermittent explosive disorder, a recognized mental defect.
The defense lawyer, Kevin Bradley, tried to convince the jury that Eric suffered a mental disease called intermittent explosive disorder, which he said had caused him to erupt in pathological rage without provocation.