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Disturbances of an individual s behavioral or psychological functioning that are not culturally expected and that lead to psychological distress, behavioral disability, and/or impaired overall
functioning are known as A.psychotic disorders. B.mental disorders. C.neurotic disorders. D.maladaptive disorders.
B.mental disorders. [ mental disorders disturbances of an individual's behavioral or psychological functioning that are not culturally expected and that lead to psychological distress, behavioral disability, and/or impaired overall functioning ]
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