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Psychiatry -- Psychotic Disorders
What are delusions?
What are the (7) Themes of Delusion?
What is a persecutory delusion?
What is a referential delusion?
Fixed beliefs that are not amenable to change in light of con…
(1) Persecutory; (2) Referential; (3) Grandiose; (4) Nihilist…
A belief that one is going to be harmed by an individual or g…
A belief that certain gestures, comments, and objects are dir…
What are delusions?
Fixed beliefs that are not amenable to change in light of con…
What are the (7) Themes of Delusion?
(1) Persecutory; (2) Referential; (3) Grandiose; (4) Nihilist…
69 terms
Psychiatry: psychotic disorders
What are delusions?
What are the different types of delusi…
What are paranoid delusions?
What are ideas of reference?
fixed, false beliefs that cannot be altered by rational argum…
paranoid, ideas of reference, thought broadcasting, delusions…
irrational belief that one is being persecuted
belief that some event is uniquely realted to the individual…
What are delusions?
fixed, false beliefs that cannot be altered by rational argum…
What are the different types of delusi…
paranoid, ideas of reference, thought broadcasting, delusions…
10 terms
PSYCHIATRY - Psychotic Disorders - Schizophrenia
SCHIZOPHRENIA
- Epidemiology
- Etiology
SUBTYPES
Characterized by:... - Hallucinations... - Delusions... - Disordered t…
- Prevalence 1%... - Male:Female - 1:1... - Peak onset earlier in M…
Neurotransmitter abnormalities:... - Dopamine dysregulation... - Fr…
...
SCHIZOPHRENIA
Characterized by:... - Hallucinations... - Delusions... - Disordered t…
- Epidemiology
- Prevalence 1%... - Male:Female - 1:1... - Peak onset earlier in M…
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Psychiatry - Psychotic disorders
Schizophrenia... A Criteria
Schizophrenia... B Criterion
Schizophrenia... Diagnosis
Schizophrenia... Negative symptoms
Delusions... Hallucinations... Disorganised speech... Disorganis…
Social dysfunction
Minimum of 2 A criteria, at least one of which must delusions…
Flattened affect... Alogia... Apathy... Anhedonia... Asociality... Poor self…
Schizophrenia... A Criteria
Delusions... Hallucinations... Disorganised speech... Disorganis…
Schizophrenia... B Criterion
Social dysfunction
23 terms
Psychiatry: Psychotic Disorders
Hallucinations/illusions
Impaired thought content- Delusions
Impaired thought process
Kraepelin: Dementia Praecox
commands, threats, commentary... Auditory more common than visual
Fixed false beliefs that are not culturally bound... persecutory…
looseness of associations, incoherence, thought blocking, per…
deterioration, hallucinations, delusions
Hallucinations/illusions
commands, threats, commentary... Auditory more common than visual
Impaired thought content- Delusions
Fixed false beliefs that are not culturally bound... persecutory…
21 terms
Psychiatry: Psychotic Disorders
ideas of reference
delusions of control
Hallucinations
DDX for psychosis
belief that cues in the external environment are uniquely rel…
-thought broadcasting (thoughts can be heard by others)... -thou…
-Auditory: most common in schizos... -Visual: drug intox, drug/a…
-Psychotic due to another med condition... -substance induced ps…
ideas of reference
belief that cues in the external environment are uniquely rel…
delusions of control
-thought broadcasting (thoughts can be heard by others)... -thou…
27 terms
Psychiatry - Psychotic Disorders
Capgras' syndrome
Fregoli syndrome
Cotard's syndrome
In brain tumors and seizure disorders,…
persons familiar to pt are replaced by doubles (delusion of d…
persons familiar to pt are identified in strangers or others…
body organs or parts has changed in some impossible way
gustatory, olfactory
Capgras' syndrome
persons familiar to pt are replaced by doubles (delusion of d…
Fregoli syndrome
persons familiar to pt are identified in strangers or others…
23 terms
Psychiatry - Schizophrenia & Other Psychotic Disorders
General definition of schizophrenia
Important epidemiology of SCZ
Estrogen and SCZ
Risk factors of SCZ
Psychiatric syndrome with heterogenous etiologies that involv…
1% of general population ... Onset typically in teens and 20s…
Thought to have neuroprotective effects as it inhibits D2 Rec…
Environments insults in the first trimester (famine, epidemic…
General definition of schizophrenia
Psychiatric syndrome with heterogenous etiologies that involv…
Important epidemiology of SCZ
1% of general population ... Onset typically in teens and 20s…
13 terms
Psychiatry 1: Schizophrenia & Psychotic Disorders
Schizophrenia... Delusional d/o... Brief Psy…
schizophrenia spectrum disorders:
Delusions:
Hallucinations
...
Responsive to treatment: ... -delusions... -hallucinations... -disorga…
Fixed beliefs not amenable to change: ... -persecutory (paranoid…
Perception-like experiences that occur without external stimu…
Schizophrenia... Delusional d/o... Brief Psy…
...
schizophrenia spectrum disorders:
Responsive to treatment: ... -delusions... -hallucinations... -disorga…
94 terms
First Aid Psychiatry - Chapter 2 (Psychotic Disorders)
Psychosis
Delusions of persecution/paranoid delu…
Delusions of control
Delusions of grandeur
General term used to describe a distorted perception of reali…
Irrational belief that one is being persecuted
Includes thought broadcasting (belief that one's thoughts can…
Belief that one has special powers beyond those of a normal p…
Psychosis
General term used to describe a distorted perception of reali…
Delusions of persecution/paranoid delu…
Irrational belief that one is being persecuted
105 terms
FA Psychiatry (4th Edition) - Chapter 3: Psychotic Disorders
Term used to describe a distorted perc…
Fixed, false beliefs that remain despi…
False belief that is plausible but not…
False belief that is impossible?
Psychosis
Delusion
Nonbizarre delusion
Bizarre delusion
Term used to describe a distorted perc…
Psychosis
Fixed, false beliefs that remain despi…
Delusion
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Psychiatry Shelf Notes: Psychosis, Schizophrenia, and other Psychotic disorders
Psychosis
Psychosis in elderly
Psychosis-exacerbating drugs
Delusion
distorted perception of really presenting as delusions, hallu…
evaluate for delirium with EEG
B-blockers, digoxin, steroids, anticholinergics
fixed, false belief; two images - bizarre (impossible) and no…
Psychosis
distorted perception of really presenting as delusions, hallu…
Psychosis in elderly
evaluate for delirium with EEG
46 terms
Psychiatry & BH 1: Schizophrenia Spectrum and Other Psychotic Disorders
Patients exhibit disordered thought co…
What 3 disorders are considered psycho…
Hallucinations... bizarre behavior... delusi…
flat affect... apathy ... poor grooming... soci…
Psychotic disorders
-Brief psychotic disorder... -Schizophreniform disorder... -Schizop…
Positive symptoms
Negative symptoms
Patients exhibit disordered thought co…
Psychotic disorders
What 3 disorders are considered psycho…
-Brief psychotic disorder... -Schizophreniform disorder... -Schizop…
59 terms
Pretest Psychiatry - Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders (topics 6)
Symptoms of NMS
Factors weighting towards good prognos…
Time requirement for MDD
Time requirements for schizophrenia sp…
Muscle rigidity, dystonia, akinesia, mutism, obtundation, agi…
Late onset (age 20-25); female; acute (not insidious)... Obvious…
2 weeks with at least 5 of the DSM-V criteria
Brief psychotic disorder: 1 day to 1 month... Schizophreniform:…
Symptoms of NMS
Muscle rigidity, dystonia, akinesia, mutism, obtundation, agi…
Factors weighting towards good prognos…
Late onset (age 20-25); female; acute (not insidious)... Obvious…
29 terms
Psychotic disorders
Differential Diagnoses for psychotic d…
Other diagnoses that can masquerade as…
Borderline Personality disorder
mood congruent vs incongruent
...
...
When dysregulated a borderline patient can appear paranoid an…
...
Differential Diagnoses for psychotic d…
...
Other diagnoses that can masquerade as…
...
Psychotic Disorders
Types of Hallucinations
Auditory Hallucinations
Visual Hallucinations
Tactile hallucinations
Auditory ... Visual ... Tactile ... Olfactory/gustatory
Often psychiatric... Voices very common... Indistinguishable sounds
Poorly defined/symbolic: Usually psychiatric... Well formed (peo…
Often medical/delirium... Bugs, picking, phantom
Types of Hallucinations
Auditory ... Visual ... Tactile ... Olfactory/gustatory
Auditory Hallucinations
Often psychiatric... Voices very common... Indistinguishable sounds
48 terms
Psychotic Disorders
Schizophrenia: Diagnostic Criteria
Positive Symptoms of Schizophrenia
What is a hallucination?
What are the types of hallucinations?
2 or more of the following for at least 6 months... -Hallucinati…
Hallucinations... Delusions... Disorganized speech and behavior... Cat…
Perceptual experience occurs WITHOUT stimulus
Auditory, visual, tactile
Schizophrenia: Diagnostic Criteria
2 or more of the following for at least 6 months... -Hallucinati…
Positive Symptoms of Schizophrenia
Hallucinations... Delusions... Disorganized speech and behavior... Cat…
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Psychotic Disorders
Psychosis
Causes of Psychosis
Conditions associated with/cause psych…
Percentages of Acute Psychotic Patient…
-a condition characterized by delusions or hallucinations
-as with delirium, virtually *any condition that seriously im…
-Huntington's Disease... -Herpes CNS infections... -MS... -epilepsy... -s…
-40% = mood disorder (bipolar, unipolar, schizoaffective)... -25…
Psychosis
-a condition characterized by delusions or hallucinations
Causes of Psychosis
-as with delirium, virtually *any condition that seriously im…
33 terms
Psychotic Disorders
Schizophrenia
Schizo
Phrenic
Disorganized Thinking and Behavior
a split with reality
"to split"
"pertaining to the mind"
bouts of agitation, dress in unusual clothes, act in childlik…
Schizophrenia
a split with reality
Schizo
"to split"
25 terms
Psychotic disorders
magical thinking
ideas of reference
delusions of reference
early onset schizophrenia (EOS)
the belief that thinking about something can make it happen
interpret casual events as being directly related to you....t…
you're sure that events are about you....sure they are talkin…
when the disorder begins in childhood or adolescence (before…
magical thinking
the belief that thinking about something can make it happen
ideas of reference
interpret casual events as being directly related to you....t…
10 terms
Psychotic Disorders
dissociative identity disorder (DID)
schizophrenia
post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
antisocial personality disorder (APD)
A severe form of dissociation, a mental process which produce…
A chronic and severe mental disorder that affects how a perso…
A disorder that develops in some people who have seen or live…
A type of chronic mental condition in which a person's ways o…
dissociative identity disorder (DID)
A severe form of dissociation, a mental process which produce…
schizophrenia
A chronic and severe mental disorder that affects how a perso…
16 terms
psychotic disorders
Schizophrenia
Criterion A
Prodromal
Psychotic prephase
Characterized by disturbances in thoughts, emotions, and or b…
2 or more for at least 1 month:... Delusions ... Hallucinations... Dis…
Lasts days to years... Typically negative symptoms
positive symptoms
Schizophrenia
Characterized by disturbances in thoughts, emotions, and or b…
Criterion A
2 or more for at least 1 month:... Delusions ... Hallucinations... Dis…
31 terms
Psychotic Disorders
How long must a patient being having s…
To be diagnosed with Schizophrenia, wh…
What are the 3 positive symptoms of Sc…
What are hallucinations?
6+ months
1 - Hallucinations... 2 - Delusions... 3 - Disorganized speech... 4 -…
1 - Hallucinations... 2 - Delusions... 3 - Disorganized speech and…
perceptual experiences that occur without stimulus. They can…
How long must a patient being having s…
6+ months
To be diagnosed with Schizophrenia, wh…
1 - Hallucinations... 2 - Delusions... 3 - Disorganized speech... 4 -…
108 terms
Psychotic Disorders
What is psychosis? How is psychosis ex…
What is a delusion?
What is a nonbizarre delusion?
What is a bizarre delusion?
(1) A general term used to describe a distorted perception of…
Fixed, false belief that ... (1) cannot be altered by rational a…
a belief that could be true but just isn't (e.g., the neighbo…
a false belief that is impossible (e.g., a martian fathered b…
What is psychosis? How is psychosis ex…
(1) A general term used to describe a distorted perception of…
What is a delusion?
Fixed, false belief that ... (1) cannot be altered by rational a…
40 terms
Psychotic Disorders
Types of Hallucinations
Auditory Hallucinations
Visual Hallucinations
Tactile hallucinations
Auditory ... Visual ... Tactile ... Olfactory/gustatory
Often psychiatric... Voices very common... Indistinguishable sounds
Poorly defined/symbolic: Usually psychiatric... Well formed (peo…
Often medical/delirium... Bugs, picking, phantom
Types of Hallucinations
Auditory ... Visual ... Tactile ... Olfactory/gustatory
Auditory Hallucinations
Often psychiatric... Voices very common... Indistinguishable sounds
53 terms
Psychotic disorders
Length of time for delusional disorder
How many delusions do they need to have
Function of people with delusional dis…
What is the most common type of delusion
one month
at least one
apart from their delusion, their function is good
Persecutory- MOST COMMON; belief that one is going to be harm…
Length of time for delusional disorder
one month
How many delusions do they need to have
at least one
13 terms
Psychotic Disorders
Psychotic
Psychotic Key Features
Delusions
Psychotic Disorders Diagnosis
significant impairment to such an extent it interferes with o…
Delusions, Prominent hallucinations, Disorganized thinking, a…
Distortions of thought: ex: persecutory, Grandiose, Nihilisti…
Duration gives the diagnosis!
Psychotic
significant impairment to such an extent it interferes with o…
Psychotic Key Features
Delusions, Prominent hallucinations, Disorganized thinking, a…
10 terms
Psychotic Disorders
dissociative identity disorder (DID)
schizophrenia
post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
antisocial personality disorder (APD)
A severe form of dissociation, a mental process which produce…
A chronic and severe mental disorder that affects how a perso…
A disorder that develops in some people who have seen or live…
A type of chronic mental condition in which a person's ways o…
dissociative identity disorder (DID)
A severe form of dissociation, a mental process which produce…
schizophrenia
A chronic and severe mental disorder that affects how a perso…
17 terms
Psychotic Disorders
3 psychotic symptoms
Schizophrenia defined
Catatonic syndrome
Schizophrenia epidemiology and course
1- delusions... 2- hallucinations... 3- thought process derailments
6 months or more... MUST HAVE: *Periods of positive psychotic s…
Syndroma, subtype in schizophrenia, affective psychoses, basa…
M>F slightly... Men early 20s... Women later 20s... Tends to be chron…
3 psychotic symptoms
1- delusions... 2- hallucinations... 3- thought process derailments
Schizophrenia defined
6 months or more... MUST HAVE: *Periods of positive psychotic s…
26 terms
Psychotic Disorders
Schizophrenia Diagnostic Criteria
Positive/Negative Sx of Schizophrenia
Cognitive impairments
"With Catatonia" Specifier
One month of at least two symptoms:... -Delusions... -Hallucinati…
-Negative sx are determinants of prognosis
-Diminished working memory... -Impaired frontal lobe function... -N…
-Prominent motoric immobility or excessive, purposeless activ…
Schizophrenia Diagnostic Criteria
One month of at least two symptoms:... -Delusions... -Hallucinati…
Positive/Negative Sx of Schizophrenia
-Negative sx are determinants of prognosis
19 terms
Psychotic Disorders
type 1 schizophrenia (acute or chronic…
type 2 schizophrenia (acute or chronic…
hallucinations
delusions
acute... sudden onset... dopamine hypothesis... more positive symptoms
chronic... prolonged onset... cortical atrophy... more negative symptoms
false perceptions
false beliefs
type 1 schizophrenia (acute or chronic…
acute... sudden onset... dopamine hypothesis... more positive symptoms
type 2 schizophrenia (acute or chronic…
chronic... prolonged onset... cortical atrophy... more negative symptoms
25 terms
Psychotic disorders
Schizophrenia
Symptom clusters of Schizophrenia
Perceptual distortions in schizophrenia
Delusional symptoms of schizophrenia
Psychiatric syndrome ... Heterogenous etiologies ... Impaired rea…
1. Positive symptoms ... 2. Disorganization ... 3. Negative symptom…
Hallucinations: auditory (most common), visual, olfactory, ta…
Delusions - false personal beliefs (incorrect inferences abou…
Schizophrenia
Psychiatric syndrome ... Heterogenous etiologies ... Impaired rea…
Symptom clusters of Schizophrenia
1. Positive symptoms ... 2. Disorganization ... 3. Negative symptom…
5 terms
Psychotic Disorders
Bried Psychotic Disorder
Schizophrenoid Disorder
Schizophrenia
Schizoaffective Disorder
Lasting more than 1 day, but less than 1 month... Sudden onset…
Lasting more than 1 month, but less than 6 months... Same sympto…
Chronic mental disorder with periods of psychosis, disturbed…
Concurrent mood episode... Active phase of schizophrenia plus at…
Bried Psychotic Disorder
Lasting more than 1 day, but less than 1 month... Sudden onset…
Schizophrenoid Disorder
Lasting more than 1 month, but less than 6 months... Same sympto…
23 terms
Psychotic Disorders
hallucinations... delusions... grossly disor…
Avolition (can't initiate activities,…
can't initiate activities, little inte…
relative absence of speech
Positive symptoms
negative symptoms
Avolition
Alogia
hallucinations... delusions... grossly disor…
Positive symptoms
Avolition (can't initiate activities,…
negative symptoms
18 terms
Psychotic Disorders
Schizophrenia: Overview
Schizophrenia: Acute Presentation
Schizophrenia: Chronic Presentation
Subtypes: Paranoid Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia is a psychotic syndrome, typically presenting i…
Symptoms: ... Schneider's first rank Sx: ... a) Thought withdraw…
Negative Sx:... - Blunted affect... - Apathy and loss of drive (a…
This is the most common subtype:... - Relatively stable, with p…
Schizophrenia: Overview
Schizophrenia is a psychotic syndrome, typically presenting i…
Schizophrenia: Acute Presentation
Symptoms: ... Schneider's first rank Sx: ... a) Thought withdraw…
78 terms
Psychotic Disorders
psychosis
psychotic disorder
schizophrenia
positive symptom
inability to tell the difference between what is real and wha…
when inability to tell the difference between what is real an…
the most common psychotic disorder
a presence of symptoms that weren't there before the onset of…
psychosis
inability to tell the difference between what is real and wha…
psychotic disorder
when inability to tell the difference between what is real an…
22 terms
Psychotic Disorders
Delusions
Persecutory Delusions
Referential Delusions
Grandiose Delusions
Fixed beliefs that are not amenable to change in light of con…
Belief that one is going to be harmed, harassed, in danger by…
Belief that certain gestures, comments, environmental cues ar…
Individual believes that they have exceptional abilities, wea…
Delusions
Fixed beliefs that are not amenable to change in light of con…
Persecutory Delusions
Belief that one is going to be harmed, harassed, in danger by…
17 terms
Psychotic Disorders
Psychosis
Thought Disorder
Psychotic
Core Symptoms of Psychoses
Inability to distinguish reality from fantasy
Disturbance in how thoughts are put together
Disordered thought processes
Disordered thinking... Disturbed thought content... Unusual speech…
Psychosis
Inability to distinguish reality from fantasy
Thought Disorder
Disturbance in how thoughts are put together
31 terms
Psychotic Disorders
Categories of delusions
DDx of psychosis
Medical causes of psychosis
Meds that can cause psychosis
-delusions of persecution/paranoid delusions... -ideas of refere…
-psychosis 2/2 general medical condition... -substance-induced p…
-CNS disease: cerebraovascular disease, MS, neoplasm, AD, PD,…
-corticosteroids... -antiparkinsonian drugs... -anticonvulsants... -an…
Categories of delusions
-delusions of persecution/paranoid delusions... -ideas of refere…
DDx of psychosis
-psychosis 2/2 general medical condition... -substance-induced p…
36 terms
Psychotic disorders
Delusions
Illusion
Hallucinations
Medical causes of psychosis
Fixed, false beliefs that remain despite evidence to the cont…
Misinterpretation of existing sensory stimulus
Sensory perception without an actual external stimulus... Types…
CNS disease, Endocrinopathies, B12/folate/niacin deficiency,…
Delusions
Fixed, false beliefs that remain despite evidence to the cont…
Illusion
Misinterpretation of existing sensory stimulus
9 terms
Psychotic Disorders
14.Know the difference between delusio…
15.What is the minimum length of time…
16.Time frame of brief psychotic disor…
17.Time frame for schizophreniform
Delusions - fixed beliefs that do not change even when confli…
The essential feature is the presence of one or more delusion…
One day to one month
One month to six months
14.Know the difference between delusio…
Delusions - fixed beliefs that do not change even when confli…
15.What is the minimum length of time…
The essential feature is the presence of one or more delusion…
33 terms
Psychotic Disorders
Criteria for Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia onset?
T/F A delusion is a false belief that…
Difference between a delusion and hall…
1. Two* or more of the following, each present for much of th…
usually begins in the late teens and early twenties, but is a…
False. A false belief based on *incorrect inference about ext…
Delusion:... A belief that is clearly in contradiction to realit…
Criteria for Schizophrenia
1. Two* or more of the following, each present for much of th…
Schizophrenia onset?
usually begins in the late teens and early twenties, but is a…
70 terms
Psychotic Disorders
Psychosis... (3)
Manifestations of Psychosis... (5)
Delusions... (4)
Non-Bizarre Delusion
General term used to describe a distorted perception of reali…
(1) Schizophrenia... (2) Mania... (3) Severe depressions with psych…
Delusions are beliefs that are... (1) False... (2) Fixed... (3) Unalte…
A belief that could be true, but is false e.g. "the neighbors…
Psychosis... (3)
General term used to describe a distorted perception of reali…
Manifestations of Psychosis... (5)
(1) Schizophrenia... (2) Mania... (3) Severe depressions with psych…
17 terms
Psychotic Disorders
DSM-IV Axi
Psychosis
Delusions
Positive, Negative, and Cognitive symp…
Axis I: All diagnoses of mental illness (including substance…
General term to describe a distorted perception of reality... Ca…
Fixed, false beliefs that cannot be altered by rational argum…
Positive: Hallucinations, delusions, bizarre behavior, disorg…
DSM-IV Axi
Axis I: All diagnoses of mental illness (including substance…
Psychosis
General term to describe a distorted perception of reality... Ca…
47 terms
Psychotic Disorders
Define psychosis
What are the two features of psychosis
Psychosis related disorders?
Types of delusions
Distorted perception of reality
Delusions... Perceptual disturbances
Schizophrenia... Mania... Major depression
Bizarre... nonbizarre
Define psychosis
Distorted perception of reality
What are the two features of psychosis
Delusions... Perceptual disturbances
37 terms
Psychotic Disorders
Paranoid Delusion
Ideas of reference
thought broadcasting
delusions of grandeur
irrational belief that one is being persecuted
belief that some event is uniquely related to the... individual…
belief that one's thoughts can be heard by others
belief that one has special powers beyond... those of a normal p…
Paranoid Delusion
irrational belief that one is being persecuted
Ideas of reference
belief that some event is uniquely related to the... individual…
12 terms
Psychotic disorders
Diagnostic criteria for schizophrenia
Negative symptoms
Positive symptoms
Schizophrenia: Paranoid type (descript…
Criterion A: (presence of >2)... - delusions... - hallucinations... -…
represents a loss or absence of function... - restrictive emotio…
excess or distortions of normal function (found in criteria A…
- preoccupation with one or more delusions of persecution or…
Diagnostic criteria for schizophrenia
Criterion A: (presence of >2)... - delusions... - hallucinations... -…
Negative symptoms
represents a loss or absence of function... - restrictive emotio…
10 terms
psychotic disorders
psychosis
schizophreniform disorder
brief psychotic disorder
schizoaffective disorder
inability to recognize reality (delusions, hallucinations, et…
-same as schizophrenia except only lasts 1-6 months ... =social…
-precipitated by extreme stress, ... -sudden onset of psychotic…
-uninterrupted time of major depression, manic, or mixed alon…
psychosis
inability to recognize reality (delusions, hallucinations, et…
schizophreniform disorder
-same as schizophrenia except only lasts 1-6 months ... =social…
25 terms
Psychotic Disorders
Historical Context of schizophrenia
Misconceptions of Schizophrenia... 1. 4…
What is Schizophrenia... 1. what is it?…
DSM-5 Criteria for Schizophrenia... 1.…
1.Historical accounts of behavioral syndromes that parallel s…
Myth-a)Split personality... b)Dangerous, unpredictable, complete…
1. A brain disease that results in disturbances in human func…
1.Two or more of the following symptoms for at least 1 month;…
Historical Context of schizophrenia
1.Historical accounts of behavioral syndromes that parallel s…
Misconceptions of Schizophrenia... 1. 4…
Myth-a)Split personality... b)Dangerous, unpredictable, complete…
102 terms
Psychotic Disorders
what is the definition of psychosis?... h…
what is a delusion?
what is a bizarre delusion?
what is a non-bizarre delusion?
described as a distorted perception of reality ... exemplified b…
a fixed, false belief
a delusion that is false and impossible ... ex a martian fathere…
a false belief that could be plausible but is not true... ex. my…
what is the definition of psychosis?... h…
described as a distorted perception of reality ... exemplified b…
what is a delusion?
a fixed, false belief
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