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  • Looney Tunes Characters With Mental Disorders

    Tasmanian Devil

    Taz is generally a hyperactive but complacent marsupial with a child like excitement about things, especially food, but he transforms into a raving individual when ticked off, thus becoming Tasmanian Devil, a destructive cyclone, and indicating his Intermittent Explosive Disorder, complemented by his violent mood swings. His distractibility, confusion and hyperactivity are symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Besides unbounded craziness, he has delusions general disorder of activity, which say that he has progressed to schizophrenia, causing deliriums and cognitive deficits.Taz is generally a hyperactive but complacent marsupial with a child like excitement about things, especially food, but he transforms into a raving individual when ticked off, thus becoming Tasmanian Devil, a destructive cyclone, and indicating his Intermittent Explosive Disorder, complemented by his violent mood swings. His distractibility, confusion and hyperactivity are symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Besides unbounded craziness, he has delusions general disorder of activity, which say that he has progressed to schizophrenia, causing deliriums and cognitive deficits. There are many other characters from the show that might also be having some psychological condition. The cute and innocent Tweety shows tendencies of Dependent Personality Syndrome, while the socially awkward Egghead Jr. has Social Anxiety Disorder. Elmer Fudd most likely suffers from Post Traumatic Disorder and anger issues, and is easily manipulated with reverse psychology. It isn t just the Looney Tunes: many other comic/cartoon characters have such conditions, including Disney characters, and even the superhero Batman. Welcome to the world of adults.


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