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THE NATURE OF MADNESS by mistertrece THE NATURE OF MADNESS by mistertrece
Ink, brush and kleenex on cardboard. PLEASE LISTEN THIS SONG WATCHING THE IMAGE AND READING THE TEXT fearistheliar13.bandcamp.com/t…

The eyes SUCK as usual.

.Abnormal psychology is the branch of psychology that studies unusual patterns of behavior, emotion and thought, which may or may not be understood as precipitating a mental disorder. There is a long history of attempts to understand and control behavior deemed to be aberrant or deviant (statistically, morally or in some other sense), and there is often cultural variation in the approach taken.

The field of abnormal psychology identifies multiple causes for different conditions, employing diverse theories from the general field of psychology and elsewhere, and much still hinges on what exactly is meant by \"abnormal\". There has traditionally been a divide between psychological and biological explanations, reflecting a philosophical dualism in regard to the mind body problem, as well as different approaches to the classification of mental disorders.People have tried to explain and control abnormal behavior for thousands of years. 

Historically, there have been three main approaches to abnormal behavior: the supernatural, biological, and psychological traditions. In the supernatural tradition, also called the demonological method, abnormal behaviors are attributed to agents outside human bodies.

According to this model, abnormal behaviors are caused by demons, spirits, or the influences of moon, planets, and stars. During the Stone Age, trephining was performed on those who had mental illness to literally cut the evil spirits out of the victim\'s head. 

Conversely, Ancient Chinese, Ancient Egyptians, and Hebrews, believed that these were evil demons or spirits and advocated exorcism. By the time of the Greeks and Romans, mental illnesses were thought to be caused by an imbalance of the four humors, leading to draining of fluids from the brain. During the Dark Ages, many Europeans believed that the power of witches, demons, and spirits caused abnormal behaviors.

People with psychological disorders were thought to be possessed by evil spirits that had to be exorcised through religious rituals. If exorcism failed, some authorities advocated steps such as confinement, beating, and other types of torture to make the body uninhabitable by witches, demons, and spirits.

The belief that witches, demons, and spirits are responsible for the abnormal behavior continued into the 15th century. Swiss alchemist, astrologer, and physician Paracelsus (1493–1541), on the other hand, rejected the idea that abnormal behaviors were caused by witches, demons, and spirits and suggested that people\'s mind and behaviors were influenced by the movements of the moon and stars.This tradition is still alive today.

Some people, especially in the developing countries and some followers of religious sects in the developed countries, continue to believe that supernatural powers influence human behaviors.

Throughout time, societies have proposed several explanations of abnormal behavior within human beings. Beginning in some hunter-gatherer societies, animists have believed that people demonstrating abnormal behavior are possessed by malevolent spirits. This idea has been associated with trepanation, the practice of cutting a hole into the individual\'s skull in order to release the malevolent spirits.

Although it has been difficult to define abnormal psychology, one definition includes characteristics such as statistical infrequency.The act of placing mentally ill individuals in a separate facility known as an asylum dates to 1547, when King Henry VIII of England established the St. Mary of Bethelem asylum. Asylums remained popular throughout the Middle Ages and the Renaissance era.

The causes of mental disorders are often unclear. Theories may incorporate findings from a range of fields. Mental disorders are usually defined by a combination of how a person feels, acts, thinks or percieves. This may be associated with particular regions or functions of the brain, often in asocial context. A mental disorder is one aspect of mental health.

Common mental disorders include depression, which affects about 400 million, dementia, which affects about 35 million, and schizophrenia, which affects about 21 million people globally. 

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guodaaiko Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2016  Hobbyist Artist
I think song could be more mad
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SamaraTheArtist Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
wow, this is amazing! I really love your artstyle :D
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mistertrece Featured By Owner Edited Jul 12, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
And i really love your comment!!! Hahaha thank you so much Sara, im happy you like my dark crap!! 
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PostalServices Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
DAMN I love this.
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mistertrece Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
Haha thank you so much for support my dark crap!!
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jerryriecken Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2016
erie, l like !
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mistertrece Featured By Owner Jul 12, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
Great compliment!! Thank you dude!
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sabrinangkh Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
The eyes are STUNNING as usual :)
I really like what are you doing , so keep up the good work !
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mistertrece Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
Hahaha NO WAY!!! i´ll never will paint a cool eyes in my whole life, is my curse :D But thank you, super artist, coming from you is a BLAST!!! 
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DoseOner Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2016
mad sick as always!
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mistertrece Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
Like you!!! thank you man!!!
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DoseOner Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2016
haha! nps!
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