It can be assumed that Norman was very jealous for his mother's attention. When she was about to re-marry he decided to murder her to prevent losing his mother's attention. After realizing the extent of his action, Norman then emulated his mother, eventually developing dissociative identity disorder... displayed 300 characters
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After realizing the extent of his action, Norman then emulated his mother, eventually developing dissociative identity disorder. Instead of losing his mother forever, he made her a part of him by adding her to his psyche. Norman also digs up his mother and semi-preserves her using his taxidermy skills... displayed next 300 characters
We only hear these well-constructed musical scenes three times in the movie. First, during the shower scene when Norman kills Marion, Detective Arbogast's murder on the stairwell, and then the final attempted murder scene when Norman ("Mother") goes after Marion's sister in the cellar...
Annie's mother was something she could not rest upon, and soon found changes in her mother, "She was standing half inside the door, half outside. Her body was in the shade of our house, but her head was in the sun...
In 1987 the APA revised the name to Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder. More recently, with growing awareness that hyperactivity need not be present for a diagnosis of Attention Deficit Disorder, the APA defined three distinct types of ADHD: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, predominantly hyperactive-impulsive type; Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, predominantly inattentive type; and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, combined type...
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