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Lecture 46

PSYC 1200 Lecture 46: Lecture 46
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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 1200
Professor
Dawson Clary
Semester
Winter

Description
Common, believe in enemies, become suspicious & grandeur Catatonic = Striking motor disturbances (muscular rigidity/random motor activity) Stupor – motionless/oblivious, excitement – hyperactive/incoherent Uncommon Disorganized = Severe deterioration of adaptive behaviour – indifference, incoherence, social withdrawal, babbling/giggling, delusions centered on body functions Undifferentiated = Idiosyncratic mixtures of symptoms, fairly common Positive vs. Negative Symptoms - = Behavioural deficits, impaired attention, poverty of speech + = Behavioural excesses (hallucinations/delusions), flight of ideas Greater responsiveness to treatment with positive symptoms Course and Outcome Adolescence/early adulthood, 75% before age 30 1) Mild, treated successfully, full recovery (20%), 2) Partial recovery, 3) Chronic il
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