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Exam 4 Psychology
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What is the highest rate to have schizophrenia ?
A Frieda Fromm-Reichmann theory which A type of mother - supposedly cold,domineering, and uninterested in the needs of her children - who was once thought cause schizophrenia
a loss of contact of reality
What income with people with Schizophrenia ?
20,000 or lower
What are the positive symptoms of schizophrenia?
The characteristics they are developing delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech, disorganized or catatonic behavior
delusions of grandeur
belief that you enjoy greater power and influence than you do
loose associations (derailment)
in schizophrenia, an aspect of disorganized thinking wherein the patient has difficulty sticking to one topic and drifts off on a train of associations evoked by an idea from the past
People that are schizophrenic tend to use make up words that typically have meaning only to the person using them
the most common kind of hallucinations for schizophrenia hearing voices, noises, music, or sounds that are not actually real
What Positive symptoms for Schizophrenia tied together ?
Hallucination and Delusions
What are the negative symptoms of schizophrenia?
More on the characteristic their lacking such as Poverty of speech, restricted (flat) affect, Loss of volition (loss of motivation), social withdrawal,
Seeing objects, people, or things that do not actually exist
smelling odors that are not really present
tasting things that are not present
feel as if something is happening inside the body, such as a snake crawling inside one's stomach
when someone experiences some perception related to touch when it is not really there
Psychomotor symptoms are
awkward movements, repeated grimaces, odd gestures
The age people develop schizophrenia ?
Late teens and mid thirties
state of unresponsiveness including muscle rigidity, staring, and inability to communicate
the idea that schizophrenia involves an excess of dopamine activity
drugs used to treat schizophrenia and other forms of severe thought disorder
the first class of drugs used to treat schizophrenia; helps diminish hallucinations, confusion, agitation, and paranoia; creates adverse side effects, including tardive dyskinesia.
second generation antipsychotics
new group of anti psychotic drugs whose biological action is different from that of the traditional anti psychotic drugs . Also known as a typical anti psychotic drugs
Some might think that the schizophrenics is
a virus when your a fetus
This help patients by creating by creating a social climate , or mileau, that promotes productive activity ,self respect , and individuals responsibility
conventional antipsychotic drugs, so called because they often produce undesired effects similar to the symptoms of neurological disorders
token economy program
a behavioral program in which a person's desirable behaviors are reinforced systematically throughout the day by the awarding of tokens that can be exchanged for goods or privileges
Unwanted movements, such as severe shaking , bizarre grimaces , twisting of the body , and extreme relentlessness sometimes produced by conventional anti psychotic drugs
involuntary movements of the facial muscles, tongue, and limbs; a possible neurotoxic side effect of long-term use of antipsychotic drugs that target certain dopamine receptors
The purpose cognitive behavior therapy do for Schizophrenia
This focus more on a treatment with schizophrenia that seeks to help change people view and react to their hallucinations
Community Health Centers
Centers that provide medication , psychotherapy , emergency care for psychological problems and coordinates treatment in the community
crisis houses or group homes a residence with schizophrenia or other severe problems ,often staffed by paraprofessionals
A community therapist who offers a full range of serves for people withg schizophrezia or other severe disoders ,including therapy , advice , medication ,guidance , and protection of patients
a program of post-hospitalization care and treatment in the community
what are the failures for community treatment ?
families cant afford it , poor coordination of services , shortage of services
The highest percentage category with people that have paranoid personality disorder to those they distrust
schizoid personality disorder
a personality disorder characterized by persistent avoidance of social relationships and little expression of emotion. Prefer to be alone
schizotypal personality disorder
a personality disorder characterized by extreme discomfort in close relationships, very odd patterns of thinking and perceiving, and behavioral eccentricities
what possibly cause antisocial symptoms ?
Through there childhood from modeling and imitation
boderline personality disorder
a personality disorder characterized by disturbances in identity, in affect, and in impulse control. Characteristics combine to make their relationships very unable as well. Jumping from depressive ,anixous , and irritable state
Histonic Personality Disorder
a personality disorder characterized by a pattern of excessive emotionalize and attention seeking. Continually to seek for center of attention.
Avoidant personality disorder
a personality disorder characterized by inhibition in social situations; feelings of inadequacy; over sensitivity to criticism. Fearful of being rejected by giving no one the opportunity to do so.
Dependent personality disorder
A personality disorder characterized by a pattern of clinging and obedience, fear of separation, and an ongoing need to be taken care of. Always relying on someone even for the smallest things
A personality disorder marked by such an intense focus on orderlines ,perfection, ,and control that the person losses flexibility ,oneness and efficiency. Their concern for doing everything right
formal thought disorder
a disturbance in the production and organization of thought
Display of emotions that are unsuited to the situation; a symptom of schizophrenia.
symptoms of schizophrenia that are marked by deficits in functioning, such as apathy, lack of emotion, and slowed speech and movement
a pattern of extreme psycho motor symptoms , found in some forms of schizophrenia , which may include rigidity and posturing
alogia (poverty of speech)
a decrease in speech or speech content; a symptom of schizophrenia
time of mild signs or symptoms
active phase of schizophrenia
symptoms become apparent
residual phase of schizophrenia
a return to prodromal-like levels
Type 1 Schizophrenia
dominated by positive symptoms
Type 2 Schizophrenia
dominated by negative symptoms
What would happen when you have brain abnormalities that may be the cause to Schizophrenia
Viruses as a fetus
The number one thing that help many people with Schizophrenia
Anti psychotic Drugs
When anitpsychotic drugs and psychotherapy doesn't work
Short term Hospitalization
antisocial personality disorder
a personality disorder marked by a general pattern of disregard for ans violation of other people's rights. Most likey can't really keep a job
Which of the following is true of the prevalence of schizophrenia in men and women?
Equal numbers of men and women receive a diagnosis of schizophrenia.
Inappropriate affect, the experiencing of emotions that are unsuited to a situation, is classified as a ___________ symptom of schizophrenia.
___________ delusions are the most common type of delusions in schizophrenia.
___________ are perceptions that occur in the absence of external stimuli.
The cluster of "dramatic" personality disorders includes which of the following personality disorders?
antisocial, borderline, histrionic, and narcissistic
Which disorder is characterized by marked symptoms of both schizophrenia and a mood disorder?
Studies have found that if one identical twin develops schizophrenia, there is a ______percent chance that the other twin will do so as well.
Those with schizophrenia sometimes make up words which have meaning only for them, and these words are called:
People with schizophrenia experience ____________, a loss of contact with reality.
The _____________ is the foundation for present biochemical explanations of schizophrenia.
Which is not a category of schizophrenia symptoms?
The DSM-5 requires that continuous signs of schizophrenia be present for at least ________ month/s.
Treatments for those with antisocial personality disorder are typically:
Which socioeconomic class has the highest annual prevalence of schizophrenia?
The psychomotor symptoms for schizophrenia may take certain extreme forms, collectively called:
People with _________ personality disorder display a range of interpersonal problems marked by extreme discomfort in close relationships, odd patterns of thinking and perceiving, and behavioral eccentricities.
People with _________ personality disorder display great instability, major shifts in mood, an unstable self-image, and impulsivity. Swing in and out of depressive disorder,anxious,and irritable states.
What is the primary reason that people with schizoid personality disorder avoid social contact?
preference to be alone
The "odd" cluster of personality disorders consists of which personality disorders?
paranoid, schizoid, schizotypal
People with ____________ believe their feelings, thoughts, and actions are being controlled by other people.
delusions of control
reduced or minimal emotional response
narcissistic personality disorder
a personality disturbance characterized by an exaggerated sense of self-importance. The person may come off arrogant and talk about their success and achievements a lot. Very hard to treat among other disorders
Big Five Personality Traits
Which is a basic structure of personality openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, neuroticism
What do pathological liars do ?
lie to seek attention,lie most of the time,pointless lies. lie to make the situation better.
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