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Paranoia is a thought process that typically includes persecutory delusions.
Paranoia may also refer to:
In film and television:
- Paranoia (1967 film), a Dutch drama
- Paranoia (1969 film), originally titled Orgasmo, an Italian drama directed by Umberto Lenzi
- Paranoia (1970 film) (released in the U.S. as A Quiet Place to Kill), an Italian film, also directed by Umberto Lenzi
- Paranoia (1998 film), an American thriller starring Sally Kirkland
- Paranoia (2013 film), a thriller starring Gary Oldman, Liam Hemsworth and Harrison Ford
- Paranoia (game show), a 2000 live, interactive American game show
- "Paranoia" (Law & Order), an episode of Law & Order
- "Paranoia" (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit), an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
- "Paranoia" (Eiko Shimamiya song), Japanese song by Eiko Shimamiya
- "Paranoia," by 180 from the video game Dance Dance Revolution
- "Paranoia," by Hawkwind from Hawkwind
- "Paranoia," a song by Royce da 5'9" from Independent's Day
- "Paranoia," by Sam Roberts from We Were Born in a Flame
- "Paranoia," by Soulfly from Conquer
- "Paranoia, Paranoia," by Bauhaus, a B-side of the single "Lagartija Nick"
In other media:
- Paranoia (magazine), a magazine of conspiracy theories and the paranormal
- Paranoia (role-playing game), a 1984 dystopian science-fiction role-playing game
- Paranoia (Hermans book), a 1953 short story collection by the Dutch writer Willem Frederik Hermans
- Paranoia (novel), a novel by Joseph Finder
- cdparanoia, a CD-ripping tool
- Paranoia 1.0, a 2004 science-fiction film
- Paranoiac (film), a horror movie
- Paranoid (disambiguation)
- "Paranoimia," a 1986 song by the Art of Noise
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