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4 Psychological Terms That You're Using Incorrectly

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At some point, you’ve probably heard someone use any or all of these four words to describe someone. But there’s a really excellent chance that person had no idea what these terms mean. But SciShow is here to help clear up some of these definitions, and explain why the weather isn’t schizophrenic, and how your ex probably isn’t actually a psychopath. Hosted by: Hank Green ---------- Like SciShow? Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your walls, cover your torso and hold your liquids? Check out our awesome products over at DFTBA Records: http://dftba.com/collections/scishow Or help support us by subscribing to our page on Subbable: https://subbable.com/scishow ---------- Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/scishow Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/scishow Tumblr: http://scishow.tumblr.com Thanks Tank Tumblr: http://thankstank.tumblr.com Sources: http://mentalwellnesscenter.org/cm/OnlineEducation/Schizophrenia.html http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-15213824 http://www.slate.com/articles/health_and_science/science/2013/01/schizophrenia_definition_and_metaphor_schizophrenic_does_not_mean_multiple.html http://www.healthyplace.com/blogs/survivingmentalhealthstigma/2013/08/mental-health-stigma-and-the-misuse-of-words/ http://www.thefrisky.com/2013-11-07/kylie-jenner-sparks-twitter-frenzy-over-her-misuse-of-the-term-bipolar/
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slavetomyworld (2 дня назад)
Sociopath is very different from antisocial personality. Just like borderline personality disorder does NOT have anything to do with having multiple personalities. I wish people would educate themselves and if someone around you have a mental illness, look it up, do research. Just having someone understand you will really make an impact on treatment and management of the condition.
P. Budiel (9 дней назад)
Sociopathy and Psycopathy are different dissorders but they are in the same spectrum, psycopaths are born and have no morals however Sociopathy are "made", they do have morals just twisted a little bit
113 DmG (20 дней назад)
One percent of population is schizophrenic? That seems like an awfully large number of persons.
Cheshire CAT Scan (29 дней назад)
The comment section in these videos is ridiculous and ironic how misinformed people are about these subjects yet talk about it as if they were professionals, almost as bad as the people who this video is referring to. People saying that Autism is not a mental disorder but a ''neurological'' one (whatever that means) or that it isn't a disorder but a ''neural type'' (pseudoscience at its best). People pulling definitions out of their asses for sociopathy and psychopathy..... medically speaking we only have ASPD and those two terms have vague definitions and almost exclusively use in forensics. And why is the word ''trigerred'' brought up? The hell does it have to do with mental disorders?
Jonas Nazaruk (1 месяц назад)
How about 'antisocial'....people always use this one WRONG!
Soulless (1 месяц назад)
My 10 yr old son is on the spectrum and I always say he 'has autism' instead of saying he 'is autistic' because his diagnosis is not what defines him, its just a part of who he is. Theres more to him than just a diagnosis. I love that you brought this up in the video. 💙
Cheetahtail Draws (1 месяц назад)
I've literally NEVER heard autistic in a metaphor or something. Or if I have I don't remember. I have sucky memorie so who knows.
Cheetahtail Draws (1 месяц назад)
1:46 literally made me anxious, just mentioning anxiety, lol.
Pat Ryder (1 месяц назад)
About 1 in 20 people have the characteristics of ASPD. This is common enough that most people have encountered these people. A person with ASPD is incapable of empathy, is interested only in his or her own physical well-being, chronically lies, deceives, defrauds, steals from, and exploits others, and sees this as no more wrong than other people see using and discarding paper or packaging. They are also impulsive and dependent on the reactions of others for a sense of significance. There is overlap with narcissism in that they mostly believe their revisions of facts. They are often charming. The extreme form of ASPD, often called psychopathy, does not manifest in bizarre, erratic behavior. It is usually shown in a charming, larger-than-life person who can't understand why anyone would object to him or her destroying someone who frustrates or discounts him or her. There are degrees. With a milder form of ASPD, a person may not be dead or in prison, but be a successful salesman of inferior goods or services or a politician.
Kirsten S. (1 месяц назад)
While we’re here, as a person with an autism spectrum disorder, calling everyone autistic (whether they’re behaving smart, dumb, whatever) is pretty annoying... Also suggesting that vaccines cause autism...and suggesting that you won’t vaccinate your child (and this risk they die from a preventable illness) rather than risk they end up like me (they won’t, because vaccines don’t cause autism.)
Wolfy Kaname (2 месяца назад)
Ha! I laughed so hard when you mentioned hardcore social and general anxiety. It sucks hard.
Wolfy Kaname (2 месяца назад)
I hate these sooooo much. People should probably refrain from using terms they do not comprehend the meaning of.
Thom (2 месяца назад)
Most people (and especially, hyperbolic journalists) equate schizophrenia with multiple personality disorder.
Yeti (2 месяца назад)
I have noticed that in recent years, more and more people realise what schizophrenia is (and that dissociative identity disorder is a totally different thing)
Lauren Balla (3 месяца назад)
I can’t stand when people say something like “your so autistic”.... or even better, they make fun of it in a meme...it makes autism out to be a joke when it’s complete hell for some of us who actually have it.
Cellticlink's gaming adventures (3 месяца назад)
Probably not
jointscript (3 месяца назад)
Naahh, i like the way it is
Flynn (3 месяца назад)
I'm in love with this guy
randomness (3 месяца назад)
Autism should have been on the list
Luke Reid (3 месяца назад)
But I like calling people I dislike “psychos”.
iamlatsku (3 месяца назад)
Where is narcist?
Teralcraft (3 месяца назад)
very good video,
LibertyMatrix (3 месяца назад)
WTF, "schizophrenia is rare, affecting only about 1% of the worlds population" I would consider 1 out of every 100 to be allot.
Pinky (3 месяца назад)
I think instead of policing words due to a facetious representation of one's character or mental stature, we should create a better understanding of what mental illness really is. Most people do not minimize or disbelieve the need for someone that is paralyzed and uses a wheelchair as a result of their disability, because of the physical manifestation of one's lack of abilities aka they can't walk. Yet jokes and dramatic representations of a non disabled person's inability to do something is often slated as being "crippled". As a disabled person, I take no offense to it because I know that it is not a reflection on the physical struggles I face due to my abilities (and I know most people understand the difference). It's not the jokes or the comical misrepresentation that is creating stigma, it's those who truly see mental illness as something that is all in one's head and ignorantly assumes that a mentally or neurologically affected person easily has the ability to change their behavior or abilities. In fact, I think to forcefully create a PC society will encourage others to use these terms more loosely, as it will be seen as a reflection on attacking free speech. It's a battle that will end up hurting those who truly suffer with medical conditions, and that is something that I would not like to see. Knowledge is power, let's continue to inform.
Scott B (4 месяца назад)
So in other words you are saying we are using the words correctly.
Marcus Roizen (4 месяца назад)
I have bipolar disorder. I absolutely hate it when people throw around the word bipolar. Thank you for making this video.
Polopony20 (4 месяца назад)
I myself have a personality disorder, and it’s true, for most of my life, until two years ago, I thought “I’m not being mean! The rest of the world is trying to use me!” Or I thought that was just how I was. I only learned about it (Paranoid Personality Disorder) when I was watching a YouTube video about writting characters with disorders and the person used PPD as an example. I looked into it and it matches me perfectly. I have yet to get a diagnosis but I want to...(it’s rather rare so finding someone with training in it is difficult and costs a lot of $$)
Social Anxiety (4 месяца назад)
Aye I joked about OCD just to find out that I actually have it. And my anxiety disorders fecking sucks I hate it I’m barely able to leave my room. Also my friend the doctors believe he have it but don’t want to diagnose it sense he’s only 15.
scmnz (4 месяца назад)
The term triggered could join this list nowadays, and idk if scishow has already covered that one but if they haven’t that would be a good idea because it’s exhausting to see it used in a mocking way if it’s something you actually deal with.
Alexander Schestag (5 месяцев назад)
I do NOT use them incorrectly! I fight for their correct use! Please, why do you always insult your viewers by saying "you are doing this wrong, you haven't heard of that blablabla"?! Do you think, you know all of us? Get over it! And NO! Sociopathy, antisocial personality disorder and psychopathy are NOT the same! Both terms, sociopathy and psychopathy are still in use in forensic psychology! A sociopath has problems with society and its' rules, while a psychopath has problems with having emotions and empathy. You are describing psychopaths, not sociopaths. Please, get your facts right before trying to correct others!
LogicFalls (5 месяцев назад)
I get triggered when I hear these misused.
Fiercely Humble (5 месяцев назад)
''Oh she's a total diabetic''..😂😂💯 Gotta love Hank!
Glowing Triangle (5 месяцев назад)
Interestingly Bipolar disorder is no longer a mood disorder It has a classification of it's own known as Bipolar and related disorders which include Bipolar 1 Bipolar 2 and cyclothymic Disorder
Tan Charlotte-Jayne (5 месяцев назад)
I think 'autistic' is also another word that's been misused very often
Marcello SDLT (5 месяцев назад)
The problem is that we, as a majority that unluckily spend few time in researching the meaning of this or that word, use these psychology word as nothing but slurs, insults, metaphors and "simplifications".
pugkin (5 месяцев назад)
as someone who has both ocd and bipolar THANK YOU
Maxella Roe (5 месяцев назад)
Only recently, with intense care, am I able to function normally as a human being. If I neglect to take care of myself, I can't do anything because of the intense paranoia I feel. I remember vaguely when my condition was at its worst looking out of windows and seeing people in the trees, terrifying creatures in corners, under tables, and in different rooms. Being convinced that my fiance was seven different people that changed every time I saw him. And many times taping, supergluing, and one time sewing my mouth shut because I was convinced that if I didn't the "people in my brain" would talk for me and get me in trouble. That's just a few things I experienced before I was forced to get help (I was hospitalized after the lip-sewing incident. At that point it was determined that I was a danger to myself). Schizophrenia is a horrible condition to try to live with, and to hear people use it so casually as a metaphor kind of hurts, almost as much as the misinformation about schizophrenia that's constantly spread around.
Nicole Castillo (5 месяцев назад)
My goals is to be as smart as you! I love you for not being selfish (as most smart people at my hs) and sharing yoir knowledge with us❤
Nicole Castillo (5 месяцев назад)
Ara cely (5 месяцев назад)
Dear everyone, PLEASE stop using "antisocial" to refer to someone who doesn't like to socialize. People with diagnosed Antisocial Personality Disorder are actually quite charming & manipulative.
Hillary Marek (6 месяцев назад)
I hate the over use of the term Narcissist. It generalizes a very real personality disorder that is often misdiagnosed or not diagnosed at all because people don't know that they need help. Also, Narcissist are not inherently evil. Stop saying that they are and there is no way to be loved by a narcissist. It just takes more work than an average relationship but it's worth it. I'm married to a narcissist and it's a lot of personal sacrifice but it is also very rewarding. I just get annoyed when the only videos out there say that you have to RUN NOW! From a narcissist. You don't. You just need to understand it and behave accordingly. Same as you would when dating an alcoholic or someone with borderline personality disorder, they should not be lumped in with everyone who has ever been a selfish jerk to you. Being a cheating egotistical douche bag doesn’t automatically make them a narcissist. Maybe you just date jackholes. Or maybe it's just you.
Sweet Lilac (6 месяцев назад)
I see a lot of people misuse the term “antisocial” when they really mean “asocial”. Antisocial: lack of conscience and morals Asocial: not social
Yeti (2 месяца назад)
I call people out on this, every time they say it They just get annoyed with me...
DeeDah (6 месяцев назад)
Actually, my ex was a psycho. He suffered atypical brain damage from a stroke. The only emotion he could feel was anger (it isn't stored in the same place in the brain). It took a few years to figure out that he was mimiciing, so I sent him to live with his psycho mother. Now they can mimic at each other!
Jerry Mitchell (6 месяцев назад)
I often hear people using the word antisocial instead of unsociable as well.
Clifford Hodge (6 месяцев назад)
Another term I hear misused a lot is, "So-and-so is so anal (-retentive)."
Elena Gibbons (6 месяцев назад)
Another important one is paranoia. It is an actual mental diagnosis where the person has constant or near constant feelings of being watched or followed.
Yeti (2 месяца назад)
The thing is, you can be paranoid without actually having a severe disorder It's still paranoia, it's just not on the level of a disorder.
Bilaya Felder (6 месяцев назад)
I never been diagnosed with schizophrenia but when i was younger i always thought that isis or terrorist was coming to get me i would always tell everyone they are coming and when i was about 6 or 7 my sister had a boyfriend they wasnt at my house at that time but i heard their voices idk and now i would feel stuff crawling on me but nothings there and ill see stuff that isnt there thats where the hallucinations come in ill stare at my wall then it will start to move or come towards me i really dont know if i have it but those are symptoms of a schizophrenic person .
Alejandro Maselli (6 месяцев назад)
Yeah, no, my ex still is a psychopath after falsely accusing my of a crime
Maludir Corona (6 месяцев назад)
Thanks for that 😘 A interesting video, and as always you get the clear scientific facts through all that fuzz about everything that can possibly upset people 😅 You are awesome 😎
gayatri devi govindarajula (6 месяцев назад)
So.. I learned that I am biporal today.
Miku Ivalice (6 месяцев назад)
This comment is autistic
MegaAstroFan18 (7 месяцев назад)
I somewhat object to 'schizophrenic' being on here because, while that is a valid point, the word is Greek for "split mind" so you can, acceptably, use it metaphorically to refer to extreme inconsistency. The "split from reality" is the reason the full word, schizophrenia, was chosen for that specific disorder. Still, it is important to know the differences between uses of the word.
dresib (7 месяцев назад)
I'm a bit disappointed that in your discussion of the slang term "psycho" you missed the fact that it also refers to psychosis, as it does in the movie Psycho. Norman Bates' problem is not that he lacks empathy but that he has lost his grasp of reality. The term "psycho" conflates two very different disorders.
LifeLostSoul (7 месяцев назад)
Can people also please stop calling things that aren't migraines migraines? Migraine doesn't mean a bad headache.
equesdeventusoccasus (7 месяцев назад)
Actually Benedict Cumberbatch described Sherlock as a highly functioning sociopath. As such he did an excellent job, his relationship with Watson not withstanding. His tendency to not realize whether Watson was listening, concerned, or even actually present (often replacing Watson with various round objects), indicated his belief that Watson was interchangeable. He needed a sounding board, and Watson was good at it, so he preferred him to finding another person for the job.
Aidan Worthington (7 месяцев назад)
At least include "probably" or just "possibly" in the title because not everyone uses these incorrectly and clickbait is annoying. I love SciShow but titles like that still irritate me to no end.
Gage Green (7 месяцев назад)
God you have some love handles
Michael Espeland (7 месяцев назад)
So, bipolar disorder is basically like a MDMA-comedown..?
Flyingferrets5 (7 месяцев назад)
Or when a loner is referred to as Anti-Social. No. They're Asocial. Unless they're an empathy lacking shell of a human being, they aren't Anti-Social.
Subri Subrika (7 месяцев назад)
Can I still say crazy or insane?
Icewine Rose (8 месяцев назад)
"Allow me to suggest a thesaurus" Hey, thanks! *throws thesaurus at person instead*
CyberCanine (8 месяцев назад)
I'm glad he defined a disorder as something that interferes with normal life. Some people may have slight depression or slight attention deficit, but it only becomes a diagnosable condition when it interferes with normal life. as far as the most stigmatized disorder on earth, I believe that award actually goes to dissociative identity disorder. This is the new name for what many people used to called multiple personality disorder, and while rare, most people now believe it is a real thing. I have personally met a few people who actually have it, and it is a really terrifying, debilitating, and sad disorder. Often marked by periods of intense trauma in childhood, it's related to repressed memory, and those memories come back during instances of stress.
正體字好! (8 месяцев назад)
Number 1 should've been "autistic".
Rose Brown (8 месяцев назад)
I wish dyslexia had been mentioned here as well. People throw that term around pretty freely when they misspell or read something wrong and it's equally misunderstood. As someone who actually has it, and someone with family history of bipolar (and a brother who has it) I tend not to use medical terms to describe people and things. People aren't and shouldn't be defined by a condition.
zolika1351 (8 месяцев назад)
Good to know that I have OCD lol
Krilium (8 месяцев назад)
As a person with a severe panic disorder, I agree. Although I can still call my ex a psychopath because she still has every single one of those symptoms. I hope she gets help though, although she will do everything to avoid help.
TJ W (8 месяцев назад)
What is really annoying with bipolar is that I can experience both at the same time. Nothing like having a ton of energy and still can't get out of bed. I live with bipolar I. I don't know if the other bipolar forms deal with anything like that.
Thomas Hansen (8 месяцев назад)
Thank you Hank Green, particularly for the final minute of this video.
rfdzn (8 месяцев назад)
Thanks for making me a little bit smarter today
Peldyn - Life with Cats (9 месяцев назад)
My daughter is bi-polar with psychosis. She is going to college to be a chemical engineer. You can function with illness. The media's portrayal of mental illness is so horribly wrong most of the time
Viper Strike (9 месяцев назад)
i think one kid at my school was a REAL psychopath they were perfect and were horrible to people under the radar
Signe Sand Alstrup (9 месяцев назад)
Or when people say that someone that is overly excited or hyped, got ADHD. Peeps.. that's not.. you don't understand.. :( I don't have ADHD anymore, now I got ADD and people often say "wow, you don't seem like someone with ADHD cause you are not hyper", that's because it's two different categories. Like with autism, it's a spectrum. I problems with structuring and planning, I struggle to focus and remember things, and my thoughts are driving through my head like a five lane highway.
Elovesamvs (9 месяцев назад)
The misuse of "phobia" could be it's own video
Силвия Мирчева (9 месяцев назад)
I'd love to watch a full episode about psychopathy - it has always fascinated me.
LizzyMarieTina (9 месяцев назад)
You didn't talk about depression.
Gail Bull (9 месяцев назад)
"Twit" is one of my favourite names for someone who is annoying me.
Michael Meissner (9 месяцев назад)
Aren't psychopathy and sociopathy different, not interchangeable?
Ted cameron (9 месяцев назад)
Thesaurus eh? Is that some new type of dinosaur? ;~)
thralket (10 месяцев назад)
sad thing about OCD is that it can be trained onto a few certain things as a form of therapy, to try and cope... unfortunately, the moment that those few focuses get messed with outside of your control... it can to lead to a near psychotic episode. choose your focuses well and try to carry on.
Pingijno (10 месяцев назад)
I mean, it's pointless to tell people to stop using these terms. People love using emphasis in language and if a word loses its power, they look for another
Najmah Chant (10 месяцев назад)
why did i laugh at schizophrenic weather
Shauna C (10 месяцев назад)
PREACH 👌👌👌 having borderline personality disorder, depression and anxiety I hate it when someone says something like 'argh, I'm so bipolar!' not even realise that people with it have to experience daily
ArcFlash 64 (10 месяцев назад)
Sooooo many people claim to be OCD, especially in the food industry, because they're just so picky about being clean or organized. What is worse is that some just want to tell you as often as possible. Like a vegan who vapes and does crossfit. Just stop for one second and think about what you are saying...
Emma Rey (10 месяцев назад)
Every time someone says 'omg I'm so ocd' I get maddd
huverdoose (10 месяцев назад)
The solution is simple: change the name of the condition. Less than 100 years ago idiot, moron, and imbecile were acceptable terms among doctors. So was monster.
Patrick Read (10 месяцев назад)
Please do a segment on phycosocial
TheDragorin (10 месяцев назад)
i wish you would have explained what anti social actually means and that people who say it almost always mean asocial.
valentina gutierre (10 месяцев назад)
What about CRAZY?
Imaginose314159 (10 месяцев назад)
The reason people use these terms is so you get an idea what they mean without having to lay out every detail, and this made me think of just how many people we explain things to everyday compared to 100 years ago
Kay Kay (10 месяцев назад)
Totallynot Apuffball (11 месяцев назад)
So, ADHD gives you bipolar disorder?
tate (11 месяцев назад)
i have ocd and my biology teacher uses "so ocd" in her daily life to describe her wanting the tables n chairs to be pushed in or her classroom to look neat. i despise that she does this because it makes me feel as if my disorder is just another way to say wanting things neat
Livvy Hackett (11 месяцев назад)
My genius causes distress
izzy beans (11 месяцев назад)
I hate when ppl call others anti social just because they are spending time alone oml
The incarnation of boredom (1 год назад)
so... Voldemort is literally a psychopath. nice information.
Michael Watson (1 год назад)
OMG 45 is a psycho
Alex J Brimmer (1 год назад)
My ex was sociopathic, and that's not a way of me saying she was cold or unforgiving or rude. That's an actual diagnosis and it's not like most people assume. There's a lot of distress and anger involved for an individual with sociopathy, especially when others assume the symptoms are no more than an annoying personality quirk.
Wily Animal (1 год назад)
My least favorite is when people use "autistic" as an insult. I'm autistic and still recovering from years of bullying and ridicule. But I started advocating for autists by writing for my school's newsletter. I also created a petition for American Girl to do an autistic character doll-- https://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/198/069/509/ and am planning on creating an Autism Club at my college.
Chloe Wu (1 год назад)
Love this video! Back when I was a psychology major, I always meet people who try to tell me “bi-polar=multi personality disorder, and antisocial means they don’t want to make friends”, and when you try to tell them otherwise, they get mad. It was driving me crazy in the beginning and then I just learned to ignore it.
G S (1 год назад)
Loved the suggestion for a thesaurus! (giggle) Hank is just awesome.
Francesca Neibel-Spruill (1 год назад)
this!!! applies!!!! to!!!!! "triggered"!!!!!! jokes!!!!!!!
Mac The Legend (1 год назад)
Don’t forget negative/positive reinforcement/punishment.

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