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Welcome Mental Developmental Resources About Us Contact Us > Pyromania Pyromania is an impulse-control disorder that causes the inability to fight an urge to set fires. This behavior is not caused by an addiction, but rather by negative feelings or anxiety that can be relieved only when the patient sets a fire. This b
Toggle navigation Forum Mental Disorders Py-Z Pyromania Pyromania Photo by: Claude Calcagno Definition Pyromania is defined as a pattern of deliberate setting of fires for pleasure or satisfaction derived from the relief of tension experienced before the fire-setting. The name of the disorder comes from two Greek word
Pyromania is an impulse control disorder in which individuals repeatedly fail to resist impulses to deliberately start fires, in order to relieve tension or for instant gratification. The term pyromania comes from the Greek word (pyro, fire). Pyromania is distinct from arson , the deliberate setting of fires for person
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