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5 Matching questions

  1. What is psychosis?
  2. What is required in the active phase?
  3. What are disorders of perception?
  4. In the history of diagnostic classification of the disease, what is Kraeplin associated with?
  5. What are illusions?
  1. a -level of disordered thinking: the person cannot distinguish reality from fantasy

    -defect in ability to process an experience appropriately
  2. b distortions of real images or sensations
  3. c 1) Bizzare delusions OR hallucinations


    2) 2 or more of the following symptoms

    Disorganized speech
    Grossly disorganized or catatonic behavior
    negative symptoms (alogia, affective flattening, etc)

    -These symptoms must be present for a large part of the time during the 1 month ACTIVE period, at least.
  4. d hallucinations, illusions
  5. e schizo is a chronic, deteriorating state

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. pre-occupation with one or more delusions or frequent auditory hallucinations [no disorganized speech, behavior, etc]
  2. True-- an estimated 15% die :(
  3. poverity of speech and thought-- it is a reduction in the quantity of thought.

    and we know this because we see:
    decreased fluency and productivity of speech.
  4. --include
    1) ACTIVE psychotic symptoms for at least a month
    2) functioning below the highest level expected
    3) duration of illness for at least 6 mos (including prodromal or residual phases)
  5. persecutory/paranoid
    delusions of reference
    delusions of being controlled
    delusions of mind reading
    thought broadcasting
    thought insertion
    thought control
    thought withdrawal

5 True/False questions

  1. What is verbigeration?It is a tactile hallucination-- often times described as "bugs crawling under my skin"


  2. T/F. More than 75% of schizophrenics smoke as compared to less than half of all other psychotic patients.True


  3. What are types of delusions?strong beliefs that are untrue and are contrary to a person's educational and cultural background


  4. What are the most frequent type of hallucinations?auditory


  5. What are the typical stages of 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