Is "psychological damage" a notion that is accepted in Jewish law -- that is, the notion that, beyond physical harm, financial cost, loss of income, etc., there is damage to mental health?
The Mishna [Baba Kamma 83b] tells us that one who injures another becomes liable for five things: damages, pain, medical expenses, loss of livelihood, and mental anguish (sometimes translated as humiliation or indignity): מתני׳ החובל בחבירו חייב עליו משום חמשה דברים בנזק בצער בריפוי בשבת ובושת.
How, exactly, is that last one interpreted in halacha? Examples? The Mishna appears to begin with a physical injury ("one who injures another"). Is that the case (that is, if the offender is only guilty of stealing, does the mishna apply)?