Furthermore, he did not present with ideas of reference, thought blocking, loosening of associations, or grossly catatonic or disorganized speech or behaviour.
What does IOR stand for?
IOR stands for Ideas of reference
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We have 57 other meanings of IOR in our Acronym Attic
- Indicative Optimized Portfolio Value
- Institute of Psychiatry Volunteer Twin Register
- International Outer Planet Watch
- International Organization of Pakistani Women Engineers
- In-Order Queue (BIOS setting)
- Incremental Order Quantity
- Initial Order Quantity
- Installation/Operation Qualification
- Instructor of the Quarter (various armed forces)
- In-Order Queue Depth
Samples in periodicals archive:
Psychotic users also have paranoid, reality-based delusions and ideas of reference, and are restless and agitated.
If there is too much (dopamine), you begin to develop hallucinations and delusions, including delusional ideas of reference," Brugger says in an e-mail message.
Similarly, borderline patients under stress develop transient delusions and ideas of reference, which though milder than the psychotic symptoms of schizophrenia, presumably reflect similar dopamine activation and can be treated with the same drugs.
The drama of the self in Nash's case apparently began with ideas of reference, auditory hallucinations, and grandiosity at a time when he was struggling to gain tenure in the MIT mathematics department, his wife was pregnant, and he was already 30--old for an ambitious mathematician.