Cognitive neuropsychiatry aims to understand mental illness and psychopathology in terms of normal psychological function and it is a multidisciplinary growing field arising out of cognitive psychology and neuropsychiatry. A concern with the neural substrates of impaired cognitive mechanisms links cognitive neuropsychiatry to the basic neuroscience. Additionally, the study of cognitive neuropsychiatry has shown to intersect with the study of philosophy. This intersection revolves around a reconsideration of the mind-body relationship and the contemplation of moral issues that can arise by fields such as neuropsychopathology. Neuropsychiatric symptoms include psychosis (delusions and hallucinations) as well as affective and behavioral changes such as depressive mood, anxiety, irritability, apathy, euphoria, disinhibition, agitation or aggression, aberrant motor activities, sleep disturbance, and eating disorder and many more.
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