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17-4: Disorders of gender and sexual identity, sleep, impulse control, eating, post-traumatic stress

psychosexual gender identity disorders
Repeated desire to be of the opposite sex
sexual deviation
Paraphilia - abnormal sexual inclination or behavior
Sexual urges involving the use of inanimate objects (fetishes) such as clothing, shoes, and underwear
Abnormal, excessive sexual desire in the female
Sexual thoughts or activity with children by an adult
Abnormal, excessive sexual desire in the male
sexual masochism
Paraphilia in which sexual gratification is derived from being humiliated or hurt by another
sexual sadism
Paraphilia in which sexual gratification is derived from humiliating or hurting another
Disorder marked by recurrent sexual urges to watch unsuspecting people who are naked, disrobing, or engaging in sexual activities
Disorder involving sexual activity with animals
Sleep disturbances involving amount, quality, or timing of sleep
Inability to sleep
Sleep disorder consisting of the need for excessive sleep
Recurrent, uncontrolled, brief episodes of sleep
breathing-related sleep disorder
Sleep disruption due to a sleep-related breathing condition (sleep apnea)
Sleep disorder in which abnormal events occur during sleep
nightmare disorder
Repeated awakenings from sleep due to extremely frightening dreams
sleep terror disorder
Parasomnia marked by panic and confusion when abruptly awakening from sleep
Recurrent episodes of arising from bed during sleep and walking about
impulse control disorder
Failure to resist a temptation to perform an act harmful to oneself or others
pathological gambling
Morbid preoccupation with gambling
Disorder consisting of episodes of stealing objects that are not needed for personal use or for their monetary value
Deliberate and purposeful firesetting for personal gratification
anorexia nervosa
Eating disorder characterized by refusal or inability to maintain minimum normal weight
bulimia nervosa
Binge eating, followed by compensatory behavior such as self-induced vomiting or the use of diuretics and laxatives
post-traumatic stress disorder
Various psychological symptoms occurring after a traumatic event such as military combat, flood, fire, or an auto accident