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Lecture 32

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John Bassili

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Psychology II Lecture 32
-idea of different forms of schizophrenia vs. a single type
-disturbance of perception, hallucination
-cognition, delusion that others do not believe or share
-inappropriate behaviour
-above symptoms are known as positive symptom, not saying they are positive, but positive as in
present in the patient
-lack of affect and emotion, negative symptom
-social withdrawal
-acute episode followed by remission, symptoms do not present all the time
-once they have schizophrenia, they have it for life
Disorganized Schizophrenia
-disorganized and scattered thought, out of touch
-disorganization of speech and thought
-rambling of lack of connectedness
Catatonic Schizophrenia
-lack of reactivity, also known as stupor
-frozen in unusual position
Paranoid Schizophrenia
-delusion of grandeur, imagine he is Jesus Christ
-delusion of persecution, people are after them
-hear threatening voice
-tell or trick them into doing things
Undifferentiated Schizophrenia
-symptoms above are not present
Residual Schizophrenia
-mild symptoms
-unusual thought that are not shared by others (delusion)
-less grey matter
-separation between fissure is large
-less brain mass
1) social economic status
-low income, bad food
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