5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What is echolalia?
- What is characteristic of the undifferentiated type?
- What are the most frequent type of hallucinations?
- What are hallucinations defined as?
- What is anhedonia?
- a auditory
- b copying someone's sounds
- c loss or reduction in capacity for experiencing pleasure
- d active psychotic symptoms== but does not meet criteria for other types!
- e -perceptions experienced without an external stimulus to the sense organs
-have a quality similar to a true perception
5 Multiple choice questions
- -level of disordered thinking: the person cannot distinguish reality from fantasy
-defect in ability to process an experience appropriately
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)
- a mixture of random words
- 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!]
- reduction/loss of ability to initiate and persist in goal-directed activities
5 True/False questions
What are disorders of perception? → hallucinations, illusions
In the history of diagnostic classification of the disease, what is Kraeplin associated with? → 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.
What kind of expressions are considered negative? → anhedonia,
apathy and avolition
What is verbigeration? → obsessive repetitions of meaningless words
What principles is Schneider associated with? → the "four as" fundamental symptoms: autism, ambivalence, loosening of associations, inappropriate affect