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n. 容量,生产量,容量,智能,才能,能力,接受力,地位


  • 1.Among the important contributory factors are socioeconomic and familiar influences, group environment, and such personality characteristics as immaturity, egocentricity, and a poorly developed capacity to form personal relationships.


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  • 2.Dementia: A syndrome, usually of a chronic or progressive nature, in which there is impairment of orientation, memory, comprehension, calculation, learning capacity and judgment and which is associated with an organic condition affecting cerebral function.

    痴呆: 一种通常为慢性或进行性的综合征,存在定向力、记忆力、理解力、计算力、学习能力和判断力的损害,与影响脑功能的器质性疾病有关。

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  • 3.Disintegrative Psychosis: A heterogeneous group of conditions usually commencing at the age of three or four years when, after general premonitory symptoms, the hitherto normal child develops, over a few months, loss of speech and of social skills accompanied by hyperactivity, stereotyped motor behaviour, a severe impairment of emotional response, and, usually but not necessarily, of intellectual capacity.

    分裂性精神病: 为一组异质性疾病,通常见于原先属正常的3岁或4岁的儿童,经过一般性前驱症状后,经过几个月期间发生言语和社会技能的丧失,伴以活动过多、刻板性运动行为、情感反应严重受损,以及常具有(而不是必需有)智能的严重损害。

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  • 4.Neurasthenia: A neurotic disorder characterized by fatigue, irritability, headache, depression, insomnia, difficulty in concentration, and lack of capacity for enjoyment (anhedonia).

    神经衰弱: 以疲乏、易激惹、头痛、抑郁、失眠、注意困难和享乐能力缺乏(快感缺失症)为特征的一种神经症性疾病。

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  • 5.Lack of vigour may show itself in the intellectual or emotional spheres; there is little capacity for enjoyment.


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