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5 Matching questions

  1. What priniciples is Bleuler associated with?
  2. What are illusions?
  3. What is anhedonia?
  4. What are disorders of perception?
  5. T/F. Suicide is the leading cause of mortality in a person suffering from schizophrenia.
  1. a the "four as" fundamental symptoms: autism, ambivalence, loosening of associations, inappropriate affect
  2. b loss or reduction in capacity for experiencing pleasure
  3. c True-- an estimated 15% die :(
  4. d hallucinations, illusions
  5. e distortions of real images or sensations

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. prodromal, active, residual

    main points of each phase:

    prodromal: 1) onset takes place over months to years, social withdrawal, work impairment, blunting of emotion, avolition= lack of motivation and desire

    Active: 1) hallucinations, delusions, or disorganized speech or behavior -- these symptoms lead to medical intervention

    Residual: 1) Active phase symptoms are minimal, if not absent-- will see more negative symptoms
  2. absence of delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech, grossly disorganized speech or catatonic behavior!

    BUT will see presence of: negative symptoms or 2 or more symptoms used to diagnose schizo DMS-4 style.
  3. bizarre : the delusion is clearly unlikely
    Non-bizarre: the delusion is theoretically posislbe
  4. schizo is a chronic, deteriorating state
  5. a mixture of random words

5 True/False questions

  1. T/F. Olfactory and Gustory hallucinations are rare-perceptions experienced without an external stimulus to the sense organs
    -have a quality similar to a true perception

          

  2. What is echolalia?copying someone's sounds

          

  3. T/F. estimates of 1/3 to 2/3 of homeless people suffer from schizophrenia.prodromal, active, residual

    main points of each phase:

    prodromal: 1) onset takes place over months to years, social withdrawal, work impairment, blunting of emotion, avolition= lack of motivation and desire

    Active: 1) hallucinations, delusions, or disorganized speech or behavior -- these symptoms lead to medical intervention

    Residual: 1) Active phase symptoms are minimal, if not absent-- will see more negative symptoms

          

  4. What are the DSM 4 Diagnostic features of Schizo?prodromal, active, residual

    main points of each phase:

    prodromal: 1) onset takes place over months to years, social withdrawal, work impairment, blunting of emotion, avolition= lack of motivation and desire

    Active: 1) hallucinations, delusions, or disorganized speech or behavior -- these symptoms lead to medical intervention

    Residual: 1) Active phase symptoms are minimal, if not absent-- will see more negative symptoms

          

  5. What are the most frequent type of hallucinations?bizarre : the delusion is clearly unlikely
    Non-bizarre: the delusion is theoretically posislbe