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Many psychiatric disorders are associated with impulsive aggression, but some individuals demonstrate violent outbursts of rage, which are variously referred to as rage attacks, anger attacks, episodic dyscontrol, or intermittent explosive disorder.

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PsychNet-UK Intermittent Explosive Disorder Information Sheet - Description, Causation, Treatment, Associated Features, Differential Diagnosis etc.

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Intermittent Explosive Disorder - Causes Treatment etc -An impulse-control disorder characterized by episodes of excessive aggression or violence without any significant provocation. The episodes often start and end very suddenly but may last for hours.Read more at http://www.wrongdiagnosis.com/i/intermittent_explosive_disorder/intro.htm?ktrack=kcplink 3/5
Intermittent Explosive Disorder - Causes, Symptoms, Information with Treatment - By Juliet Cohen. There may also be a genetic component, causing the disorder to be passed down from parents to children. It is probably more common than realized and may be an important cause of violent behavior. Not Rated
Intermittent Explosive Disorder - An inability to resist aggressive urges may be an indication of intermittent explosive disorder. Individuals with this disorder often seriously damage property or assault others, usually in stark contrast to the provocation involved in a situation. 3/5
  Intermittent Explosive Disorder - Tests and diagnosis. The Mayo Clinic.To be diagnosed with intermittent explosive disorder, your doctor will ask you about your behavior to see if you meet the criteria spelled out in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) for intermittent explosive disorder. 3/5
  NIMH Intermittent Explosive Disorder - Affects up to 16 Million Americans.A little-known mental disorder marked by episodes of unwarranted anger is more common than previously thought, a study funded by the National Institutes of Health's (NIH) National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) has found. Depending upon how broadly it's defined, intermittent explosive disorder (IED) affects as many as 7.3 percent of adults 3/5
  Psychotherapy for Intermittent Explosive Disorder - A Study.The goal of this study is to examine the effectiveness two forms of psychotherapy (also known as "talk therapy" ) for individuals with anger and aggression problems. Not Rated
  Who are you calling angry? - It's not losing your temper, it's intermittent explosive disorder. And it could be vastly under-diagnosed, says new research. Tim Dowling is sceptical. An Article. Not Rated
  Why Does My Wife Have These Explosive Episodes - Intermittent Explosive Disorder? - There is a condition called Intermittent Explosive Disorder (IED). Itís not very common but recent data suggest itís more common than we once thought. Itís primary feature is relatively unpredictable extreme expressions of anger or rage that are out of proportion to the triggering events and are not premeditated but impulsive in character. 3/5
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