It is hard to make much sense of him, too, without the language of psychopathology.
But Dr. Prause is emphatic that her research finds no evidence of psychopathology in asexuals.
In any case, increased understanding of psychopathology in understanding filicide can only help, he said.
That might have been foreseen by any one at all familiar with the psychopathology of reform.
To many, they represent a psychopathology or a sociopathology.
For more than a decade, in handling nervous cases, I have made use of the findings of recognized authorities on psychopathology.
In my psychopathology of Everyday Life (first published in 1901), you will find only too many instances for the study of errors.
If human society was better acquainted with psychopathology a great deal of conjugal misunderstanding and misery would be avoided.
psychopathology psy·cho·pa·thol·o·gy (sī'kō-pə-thŏl'ə-jē, -pā-)
The study of the origin, development, and manifestations of mental or behavioral disorders.