Induced Crazy Disorder

What is Induced Crazy Disorder?

The prevalence of induced delusional disorders is underestimated. Only in recent decades dozens of religious and political movements have emerged, the success of which was maintained by induction. For example, communism, samaji, etc. A number of these movements imply the possibility of group and ritual murder and suicide, they all modify behavior and lead to peculiar personality changes even after leaving the sect.

Causes of Induced Crazy Disorder

Mental processes are normally characterized by high inductance, however, the induction of ideas is facilitated by the situation of a religious sect, a closed totalitarian society, an anomalous family, geographic or cultural (including language) isolation. It is easier to induce children and teenagers, people with low intelligence. Women, especially in pre-menopausal age, are more susceptible to induction than men. At one time, it was induction that lay at the basis of the formation of religious and political trends. Induction can be directed and deliberate, for example in advertising and politics. The psychological influence of the inducer and the recipient is mutual, that is, the recipient by their behavior and expression helps to enhance the production of the inductor. Biology of induction is based on the effect of an audience, a crowd, or “social relief,” that is, a mechanism in which a particular behavior is carried out faster if it is observed in others. Due to this effect, the most unqualified psychotherapist can achieve the induction of experiences in a large audience, if “correctly” selects 2-3 inductors.

Symptoms of Induced Crazy Disorder

Induced by delusions in a couple and a group associated with the ideas of poisoning, persecution, religious ideas, in particular the ideas of the end of the world. The inductor himself actually has psychotic experience, experiences auditory hallucinations or was a “witness”, for example, coming, religious image, anomalous smell, taste, etc. The recipient often reproduces this picture in all details, sometimes dissociated individuals complement it with their fantasies. This simulates the behavior, voice, habits of the inductor. This similarity between the recipients and the inductor makes it difficult to figure out the inductor or inductors. The only way is to separate the inductor and the recipients, if the recipients after the separation of psychopathological products pale, then the inductor, it can even flourish, because it can consider itself “a victim of testing.” So far, there are induced experiences of the “evil eye”, “damage”, “witchcraft”, “alien invasion”, “doomsday”, the coming of the Messiah, which, if they do not reach the epidemic level, are still constantly present in any culture and are supported by inducing and subsequent fantasizing. Inductors usually refer to dominant personalities, and recipients to subordinate, suggestible, and dependent individuals.