- Nov 17, 2002
Yeah,yeah, yeah. That's what I said. You just used the medical terms; I used the lay term. "Neo-conservative" - "Delusional disorder" You say to-MAY-to, I say TO-mah-to.Originally posted by: BaliBabyDoc
Acutally it's called delusional disorder . . . and it is a psychiatric term not a psychological one. A delusion is a fixed false belief. Contradictory evidence is disregarded, while null or ambivalent information is uniformly interpreted as confirmation.Lol. There is a psycological names for what you have, but I can't remember what it is right now. It describes when a person ignores any evidence that contradicts what that person believes, and automatically accept and evidence that supports their position. SOOOOO many people on this board do that.