Circumstantial Speech is a type of language that uses imprecise terms to paint a picture or convey an idea.
Chorea is a neurological disorder characterized by rapid, involuntary, and purposeless muscle movements.
Catatonia is a condition in which an individual exhibits reduced physical and mental activity.
Cataplexy is a sudden and transient episode of muscle weakness associated with intense emotion.
Catalepsy is a condition in which a person remains motionless, rigid for a prolonged period.
Capgras delusion is a delusional disorder in which a person believes that an impostor has replaced a close friend, family member, or another familiar person.
Clouding of consciousness is an altered state of awareness caused by decreased alertness and concentration.
Brain Fag Syndrome is a psychological disorder that causes mental exhaustion, physical fatigue, and feelings of concentrated anxiety.
Bouffée Délirante is an experimental spoken-word and sound poetry project using electronic and acoustic instruments.
Conversion disorder is a psychiatric disorder characterized by neurological symptoms without any underlying medical cause.
Autoscopy is a form of out-of-body experience in which an individual hallucinates the seeing of one's own body.
Delusional Intuition is an illusion of understanding coming from feelings rather than facts.
Astasia-Abasia is characterized by an inability to stand or walk due to muscular incoordination.
Anton Syndrome is a rare psychiatric disorder characterized by recurrent and overwhelming episodes of fear or panic.