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  1. What is characteristic of the catatonic type of schizophrenia?
  2. What are some prodromal or residual symptoms?
  3. What are delusions?
  4. What is formal thought disorder?
  5. What are examples of positive symptoms?
  1. a social isolation or withdrawal
    impairment of functioning
    peculiar behaviors
    impaired personal hygeine
    blurred or inappropriate affect
    abnormal speech
    odd beliefs (superstitions, ESP)
    unusual perceptual experiences

    these symptoms [along with active symptoms] should be present continuously for 6 mos.
  2. b 2 or more of the following:

    1) motoric immobility evidenced by catalepsy
    2) negativism or mutism
    3) excessive motor activity
    4) peculiar voluntary movements involving posture
    5) echopraxia- involuntary, repetitive movement
    6) echolalia- repeating what someone says-- automatically [almost like a parrot does!]
  3. c strong beliefs that are untrue and are contrary to a person's educational and cultural background
  4. d derailment
    pressure of speech
    loosening of association
    perseveration (repeating topics over and over again!)
    neologisms (new word that is not in mainstream vocabulary)
    can't think abstractly!
  5. e hallucinations, delusions, bizarre behavior, formal thought disorder

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. obsessive repetitions of meaningless words
  2. bizarre : the delusion is clearly unlikely
    Non-bizarre: the delusion is theoretically posislbe
  3. auditory
  4. reduction/loss of ability to initiate and persist in goal-directed activities
  5. -reduction or absence of interest in relationships and interactions with other people.

5 True/False Questions

  1. T/F. Olfactory and Gustory hallucinations are rareTrue


  2. What is required in the active phase?obsessive repetitions of meaningless words


  3. What is anhedonia?loss or reduction in capacity for experiencing pleasure


  4. What are the typical stages of schizophrenia?Catatonic, Disorganized, Paranoid, Undifferentiated, Residual types


  5. In the history of diagnostic classification of the disease, what is Kraeplin associated with?the "four as" fundamental symptoms: autism, ambivalence, loosening of associations, inappropriate affect


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