Mood disorder ---or ----bipolar ----other ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Mood congruence is a type of recall biased mood congruent memory, not to be mistaken with mood-dependent memory, where an individual's current mood or affective state determines the affective association of the memories that are recalled.

What does it mean to be congruent in psychology?
Carl Rogers believed that for a person to achieve self-actualization they must be in a state of congruence. This means that self-actualization occurs when a person's “ideal self” (i.e. who they would like to be) is congruent with their actual behavior (self-image).

What does it mean to be incongruent?
in·con·gru·ent. adjective. The definition of incongruent is not the same, not compatible or out of place. When you take one position on something and then a second later you take a contrary position, this is an example of a situation where your statements would be described as incongruent.

What is Carl Rogers concept of congruence?
Rogers described the concepts of congruence and incongruence as important ideas in his theory. In proposition #6, he refers to the actualizing tendency. At the same time, he recognized the need for positive regard.

What is incongruent communication?
incongruent communication. [inkong′gro̅o̅·ənt] a communication pattern in which the sender gives conflicting messages on verbal and nonverbal levels and the listener does not know which message to accept.

What is a somatic delusion?
The fixed, false belief that one's bodily functioning, sensation, or appearance is grossly abnormal. The somatic delusion has to do with thinking that your body is diseased in some way Sometimes these delusions include things like the idea that one's body is completely infested with parasites (clearly untrue).
hallucinations (experiencing things that are not real) and/or delusions (believing things that are not real).

Incongruent means "conflicting." ------OR----- By contrast, congruent means "in agreement." ---
Incongruent means "conflicting." As such, mood incongruence implies that the symptoms conflict with the person's current mood. Examples include:
• Laughing when your dog dies
• Believing you have super powers despite going through a major depressive episode
In each case, the actions of the person do not match either the situation or emotional state. The delusion of super powers, for example, in no way coincides with themes of powerlessness that are inherent in depression.

By contrast, congruent means "in agreement." In this case, any symptoms, however extreme, are considered mood-congruent when they in agreement with the person's current mood.
examples include: Feeling suicidal when your dog dies Believing you have super powers when you are going through a manic episode However unreasonable the response may be, they nevertheless match the circumstance or emotional state of that person at that moment.

Congruent---means mood demonstrating(acting) and behavior demonstrating(acting) match ---OR---incongruent—means mood demonstrating(act) and behavior demonstrating(acting) don’t match

Erotomanic – Delusion of a special, loving relationship with another person, usually someone famous or of higher standing. (This kind of delusion is sometimes at the root of stalking behavior.) Jealous – Delusion that a sexual partner is being unfaithful.,MORBID INCLINATION- noxious,vicious,grossly immoral,vicious temper,vicious Gossip,depraved,vicious deception,(profligate - ADJECTIVE wasteful, extravagant,dash,moral hazard- Disregarding accepted rules. Or ignoring societal standards)( To drive away; to overcome.)

What is grandiose delusions?
A delusion of grandeur is the fixed, false belief that one possesses superior qualities such as genius, fame, omnipotence, or wealth.(ability level) It is most often a symptom of schizophrenia, but can also be a symptom found in psychotic or bipolar disorders, as well as dementia (such as Alzheimer's).

What is a delusion in psychology?
A delusion is a belief that is clearly false and that indicates an abnormality in the affected person's content of thought. The false belief is not accounted for by the person's cultural or religious background or his or her level of intelligence 2014)

persecutory delusions are a set of delusional conditions in which the affected persons believes they are being persecuted. Specifically, they have been defined as containing two central elements:[1]
1. The individual thinks that harm is occurring, or is going to occur.
2. The individual thinks that the perceived persecutor has the intention to cause harm.
3. Persecutory – Delusion that the person is being threatened or maltreated.

According to the DSM-IV-TR, persecutory delusions are the most common form of delusions in paranoid schizophrenia, where the person believes "he or she is being tormented, followed, tricked, spied on, or ridiculed."[2] They are also often seen in schizoaffective disorder and, as recognized by DSM-IV-TR, constitute the cardinal feature of the persecutory subtype of delusional disorder, by far the most common. Delusions of persecution may also appear in manic and mixed episodes of bipolar disease, polysubstance abuse, and severe depressive episodes with psychotic features, particularly when associated with bipolar illness.

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Legal aspects[edit]
When the focus is to remedy some injustice by legal action, they are sometimes called "querulous paranoia".[3]

In cases where reporters of stalking behavior have been judged to be making false reports, a majority of them were judged to be delusional.[4][5]
Treatment of delusions depends upon the underlying cause. It is important for practitioners to differentiate between delusions of grandeur and simple hopes for the future. A person, for example, who wants to be president one day is likely not experiencing a delusion of grandeur

A delusion of grandeur is the false belief in one’s own superiority, greatness, or intelligence.(ability level) People experiencing delusions of grandeur do not just have high self-esteem; instead, they believe in their own greatness and importance even in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Someone might, for example, believe they are destined to be the leader of the world, despite having no leadership experience and difficulties in interpersonal relationships. Delusions of grandeur are characterized by their persistence. They are not just moments of fantasy or hopes for the future.

A delusion is a false belief that is maintained despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Beliefs associated with religion or with widespread social norms within a particular culture are not considered delusions, and beliefs based upon incomplete or incorrect information also do not qualify as delusions.

Mood-congruent delusions are directly related to a person’s current mood. For example, a person with depression may believe everybody hates them, while an individual experiencing a period of mania may believe they are famous. Mood-neutral delusions, on the other hand, are not related to a person’s emotional state.

suggesting falseness or exaggeration in claims --------or------------grandiose

adjective---The definition of grandiose is something that is grand or magnificent or something that is trying to be impressive but is much too large, making it seem pretentious or overdone. An example of something that would be described as grandiose is an excessively large mansion decorated in an overdone way just to impress the neighbors.
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