Catatonic agitation is a type of hyperkinetic acute psychosis with specific manifestations: motor restlessness is characterized by chaos, lack of purposefulness, stereotyped, sometimes pretentious, movements, meaningless and incoherent speech.
A true oneiroid is a mental disorder, a form of altered consciousness, most often of endogenous organic origin. It is characterized by pronounced productive symptoms in the form of an influx of bright scene-like images
American psychiatry diagnoses this phenomenon as dissociative identity disorder. The current ICD-10 classification calls a similar condition "multiple personality disorder" and refers it to other dissociative (conversion) disorders, without separating it into a separate nosology.
There are also more exotic types of hydrophobia, for example, ablutophobia, when fear causes the need to even rinse your mouth, wash your face, take a shower, wash, carry out any procedure involving water.
What is the name of the fear of long words? The name was chosen not without humor: hippo monstrosesquipedaliophobia. Synonyms are shorter, but also not easy to pronounce: hypomonstrascuedalophobia, sesquipedalophobia.
A clinical phenomenon, which is a denial (underestimation) of the patient’s defect, ignoring the symptoms of the disease is called anosognosia. Such a rejection of one’s state is a way of avoiding reality.