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disorder

a disturbance of public order or peace. Its existence may trigger extended police powers.
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Many clinicians resolve this impasse by lumping a wide range of repetitive behaviors into broad diagnostic categories such as OCD or stereotypic movement disorder, relying on multiple diagnoses or the use of nonspecific categories such as "NOS." (3,20)
The following four diagnoses are explored in more detail in relation to SIB because they either explicitly mention self-injury as a diagnostic criterion or they are directly applicable to SIB (i.e., impulse-control disorder, stereotypic movement disorder with self-injurious behavior, trichotillomania, impulse-control disorder NOS, and BPD.
First, the relationship between stereotypic movement disorders and substance abuse needs to be studied more thoroughly in human participants.