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Akathisia
Subjective feeling of muscular tension secondary to antipsychotic or other medication
Akinesia
Lack of physical movement
Astasia abasia
Inability to stand or walk in a normal manner
Automatism
Automatic performance of an act or acts generally representing unconscious symbolic activity
Catalepsy
General term for an immobile position that is constantly maintained
Cataplexy
Temporary loss of muscle tone and weakness precipitated by a variety of emotional states
Catatonia
disorder of activity (hyper/hypoactivity)

seen in catatonic schizophrenia and some patients with brain diseases
Catatonic excitement
Agitated, purposeless motor activity, uninfluenced by external stimuli
Catatonic posturing
Voluntary assumption of an inappropriate or bizarre posture
Catatonic ridigity
Voluntary assumption of a rigid posture
Catatonic stupor
markedly slowed motor activity
Cerea flexibilitas (waxy flexibility)
Condition in which a person can be molded into a position that is then maintained
Compulsion
Pathological need to act on an impulse, that if resisted, produces anxiety
Coprophagia
Eating of filth or feces
Hyperactivity or hyperkinesis
restless, aggressive, destructive activity
Hypoactivity or hypokinesis
decreased motor and cognitive activity
Manerism
ingrained, habitual involuntary movements
Mutism
Voicelessness without structural abnormalities
Negativism
Motiveless resistance to all attempts to be moved or to all instruction
Polyphagia
Pathological overeating
Psychomotor agitation
excessive motor and cognitive activity
Sleepwalking
motor activity during sleep
Steretypy
Repetitive fixed pattern of physical action or speech
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