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9 terms
Schizophrenia
schizophrenia
hallucination
delusion
catatonic
A mental illness, a condition of losing touch with reality ac…
Seeing, hearing, or feeling something that is not real
A belief in something( for example: that you are a king or a…
a form of schizophrenia in which the patient has muscle immob…
schizophrenia
A mental illness, a condition of losing touch with reality ac…
hallucination
Seeing, hearing, or feeling something that is not real
11 terms
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia
Alogia
Avolition
Affective Flattening
is disruption of cognition and emotion, which affects languag…
Poverty of speech.
Lack of goal directed behaviour.
Restricted range of expressed emotions.
Schizophrenia
is disruption of cognition and emotion, which affects languag…
Alogia
Poverty of speech.
10 terms
Schizophrenia
schizophrenia
hallucination
delusion
catatonic
A mental illness, a condition of losing touch with reality ac…
Seeing, hearing, or feeling something that is not real
A belief in something( for example: that you are a king or a…
a form of schizophrenia in which the patient has muscle immob…
schizophrenia
A mental illness, a condition of losing touch with reality ac…
hallucination
Seeing, hearing, or feeling something that is not real
schizophrenia
schizophrenia is
schizophrenia comorbidity
Delusions:
Schniederian Delusions
split mind: a break with reality... Separation between thoughts…
cigarette smoking (80%)... substance use (40%)... suicide (~15% suc…
Persecutory: one is going to be harmed, harassed, by an indiv…
- are bizarre... Thought withdrawal: thoughts removed by out…
schizophrenia is
split mind: a break with reality... Separation between thoughts…
schizophrenia comorbidity
cigarette smoking (80%)... substance use (40%)... suicide (~15% suc…
Schizophrenia
Psychosis
Schizophrenia's Diverse Symptoms
Schizophrenia has major disturbances in
Disordered Thinking
Significant loss of contact with reality... Hallmark of schizophr…
Extreme oddities in perception, thinking, action, sense of se…
Thought, emotion, and behavior
Ideas not logically related... Faulty perception and attention
Psychosis
Significant loss of contact with reality... Hallmark of schizophr…
Schizophrenia's Diverse Symptoms
Extreme oddities in perception, thinking, action, sense of se…
40 terms
Schizophrenia
A delusion is a ___ symptom.
A hallucination is a ___ symptom.
Disorganised speech and behaviour are…
Catatonic behaviour is a ___ symptom.
Positive.
Positive.
Disorganised.
Disorganised.
A delusion is a ___ symptom.
Positive.
A hallucination is a ___ symptom.
Positive.
119 terms
Schizophrenia
Cognition includes...
Schizophrenia is
Schizophrenia is the most common of th…
The onset of Schizophrenia is usually…
perception, thinking and memory ... --Schizophrenia, Dementia,…
a complex disorder with extremely varied presentation of symp…
--Psych ... --1-2%
Early adulthood, men earlier than women, typically between…
Cognition includes...
perception, thinking and memory ... --Schizophrenia, Dementia,…
Schizophrenia is
a complex disorder with extremely varied presentation of symp…
77 terms
Schizophrenia
DSM-5 Criteria for Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia Mnemonic
Clinical Presentation
Subtypes
Two (or more) of the following, each present for a significan…
Delusions Harold Schizophrenia's Bad News... Delusions = delusi…
Positive symptoms... Suspiciousness... Unusual thought content (del…
Paranoid... most common subtype... Preoccupation with one or more d…
DSM-5 Criteria for Schizophrenia
Two (or more) of the following, each present for a significan…
Schizophrenia Mnemonic
Delusions Harold Schizophrenia's Bad News... Delusions = delusi…
19 terms
[SCHIZOPHRENIA]
[SCHIZOPHRENIA]: *[Role of DOPAMINERGI…
[SCHIZOPHRENIA]: [DA][TRACTS/PATHWAYS]
[SCHIZOPHRENIA]: *[Role of SEROTONERGI…
[SCHIZOPHRENIA]: [PSYCHOTIC-DISORDERS]
>>>>>>>>>>>> [ABNORMAL FINDINGS] <<<<<<<<<<<<... o Evidence of…
o [4][DA][TRACTS/PATHWAYS] include:... 1. [NIGROSTRIATAL]... *2.…
o [SEROTONERGIC][5-HT] Receptors are Present on:... >>>> *[DOP…
1. [SCHIZOPHRENIA] ---> [MOST COMMON]... 2. [SCHIZOAFFECTIVE DIS…
[SCHIZOPHRENIA]: *[Role of DOPAMINERGI…
>>>>>>>>>>>> [ABNORMAL FINDINGS] <<<<<<<<<<<<... o Evidence of…
[SCHIZOPHRENIA]: [DA][TRACTS/PATHWAYS]
o [4][DA][TRACTS/PATHWAYS] include:... 1. [NIGROSTRIATAL]... *2.…
31 terms
Schizophrenia
What is the prevalence of schizophrenia?
When is the typical onset of schizophr…
What are some of the comorbidities tha…
What is the cost (direct and indirect)…
~ 1%
Young adulthood
HTN, DM, CVD, STDs, substance abuse, smoking
~ $45 billion
What is the prevalence of schizophrenia?
~ 1%
When is the typical onset of schizophr…
Young adulthood
25 terms
Schizophrenia
What are the most common symptoms of S…
What is the difference between halluci…
Why is schizophrenia lower in women?
What do you need for a diagnosis?
psychosis, hallucinations, break downs and delusions
Hallucinations are false PERCEPTIONS whereas delusions are fa…
oestrogen has been shown to be slightly protective
- At least two of the typical symptoms... - Social and occupatio…
What are the most common symptoms of S…
psychosis, hallucinations, break downs and delusions
What is the difference between halluci…
Hallucinations are false PERCEPTIONS whereas delusions are fa…
64 terms
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia
When does schizophrenia tend to develop
Onset of schizophrenia can be...
Most cases of schizophrenia have what…
chronic, debilitating d/o that causes people to become increa…
late adolescence or early adulthood
suddenly , within a few weeks or months
slower, more gradual decline in functioning
Schizophrenia
chronic, debilitating d/o that causes people to become increa…
When does schizophrenia tend to develop
late adolescence or early adulthood
14 terms
Schizophrenia
Undesirable Effects
Aliphatic side chain phenothiazines
Piperadine side chain
Piperazine side chain
increased prolactin secretion, gynecomastia, cardiodepresssan…
Least potent class, has many adverse effects
high degree of undesirable effects, produce tardive dyskinesi…
highest potency, low sedation, hypotensive effects are decrea…
Undesirable Effects
increased prolactin secretion, gynecomastia, cardiodepresssan…
Aliphatic side chain phenothiazines
Least potent class, has many adverse effects
28 terms
Schizophrenia
Define schizophrenia.
Define schizoaffective disorder.
What are the stages of schizophrenia?
What are some positive symptoms of sch…
A severe, chronic, impairing biological disorder that destroy…
An uninterrupted period of illness during which there is a ma…
Prodomal- first symptoms, include being withdrawn, periods of…
Delusions, hallucinations, disorganized thoughts or speech, b…
Define schizophrenia.
A severe, chronic, impairing biological disorder that destroy…
Define schizoaffective disorder.
An uninterrupted period of illness during which there is a ma…
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia
Delusion
Hallucinations
Disorganized Speech and Thought -
Number one feature is disturbed thought processes
Fixed false belief ... Delusions of grandeur - The person believ…
a sensory perception of something that either is not there or…
Disorganized Speech and Thought -
Schizophrenia
Number one feature is disturbed thought processes
Delusion
Fixed false belief ... Delusions of grandeur - The person believ…
44 terms
Schizophrenia
positive symptoms
schizophrenia
brain stem
tardive dyskinesia
a term for symptoms such as hallucinations, delusions, bizarr…
a disorder that lasts for six months or more and is character…
a structure at the base of the brain that generates energy to…
a side effect of neuroleptic drugs that involves uncontrollab…
positive symptoms
a term for symptoms such as hallucinations, delusions, bizarr…
schizophrenia
a disorder that lasts for six months or more and is character…
Schizophrenia
Psychosis
Schizophrenia
What is the lifetime prevalence of sch…
Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders- Listed
State of being profoundly out of touch with reality... -can take…
A disorder marked by psychosis and a decline in adaptive func…
1% worldwide
-Schizophrenia... -Schizophreniform ... -Brief Psychotic Disorder... -…
Psychosis
State of being profoundly out of touch with reality... -can take…
Schizophrenia
A disorder marked by psychosis and a decline in adaptive func…
Schizophrenia
Positive Symptoms
Negative Symptoms
Premorbid Phase
Prodromal Phase
-Hallucinations... -Delusions... -Paranoia... -Bizarre behavior... -Confu…
-Apathy... -Withdrawal... -Poor grooming and hygiene... -Avolution... -Bl…
Mild deficits in social, motor, and cognitive functions durin…
Symptoms and behaviors occurring 2-5 years leading up to psyc…
Positive Symptoms
-Hallucinations... -Delusions... -Paranoia... -Bizarre behavior... -Confu…
Negative Symptoms
-Apathy... -Withdrawal... -Poor grooming and hygiene... -Avolution... -Bl…
20 terms
schizophrenia
3 categories of symptoms
positive symptoms
negative symptoms
cognitive symptoms
positive, negative, cognitive
change in behavior - thought disorders (difficulty arranging…
absence of normal behaviors (flattened emotional response, an…
abnormalities in overlapping brain regions (difficulty in sus…
3 categories of symptoms
positive, negative, cognitive
positive symptoms
change in behavior - thought disorders (difficulty arranging…
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia
Classification of schizophrenia
Positive symptoms
Hallucinations
A severe mental illness where contact with reality and insigh…
Does not have a single characteristic and is a combination di…
Symptoms experienced in addition to normal experiences such a…
A positive symptom of schizophrenia. They are sensory experie…
Schizophrenia
A severe mental illness where contact with reality and insigh…
Classification of schizophrenia
Does not have a single characteristic and is a combination di…
12 terms
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia symptoms
positive symptoms
negative symptoms
Schizophrenia features
hallucinations (+), delusions (+), Incoherent Thought, Flat E…
symptom: something extra that shouldn't be there
something missing
m/f same number of cases, worst scenarios are in men, schizop…
Schizophrenia symptoms
hallucinations (+), delusions (+), Incoherent Thought, Flat E…
positive symptoms
symptom: something extra that shouldn't be there
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia
Emil Kraepelin
Eugen Bleuler
Positive Symptom
Disorder characterized by a broad spectrum of cognitive and e…
Figure who gave us the most current understanding of schizoph…
Figure who coined the term schizophrenia; meaning an associat…
A more overt symptom such as delusion or hallucination displa…
Schizophrenia
Disorder characterized by a broad spectrum of cognitive and e…
Emil Kraepelin
Figure who gave us the most current understanding of schizoph…
Schizophrenia
Split Mind
What are some common characteristics o…
Prevalence of Schizophrenia
Onset of Schizophrenia
Reality vs. Perceptions
- Figures do not have eyes. ... - There is an over-focus or con…
1% of the world's population, i.e. 1 in 100
Usually late teens to mid 20's
Split Mind
Reality vs. Perceptions
What are some common characteristics o…
- Figures do not have eyes. ... - There is an over-focus or con…
27 terms
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia
Major disturbances (examples)
Brief Psychotic Episode
Prevalence
Group of psychotic disorders characterized by major disturban…
-Break or separation from reality ... -Chronic ... -Psychotic episo…
-Caused by a tremendous amount of stress... -Not schizophrenia…
-1% (higher in first degree relatives)... -(most prevalent in id…
Schizophrenia
Group of psychotic disorders characterized by major disturban…
Major disturbances (examples)
-Break or separation from reality ... -Chronic ... -Psychotic episo…
31 terms
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia
psychotic
positive symptoms
hallucinations
overall distortion of reality
out of touch with reality
something is there that shouldn't be (schizophrenia)
related to senses
Schizophrenia
overall distortion of reality
psychotic
out of touch with reality
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia Affects
Psychosis
Delusion
a thought disorder bizarre thinking *dysfunctional thinkin…
*behavior & thinking... *ability functioning, emotional function…
loss of contact with reality. very debilitating disorder... *t…
(false belief) Is essentially an erroneous belief that is fix…
Schizophrenia
a thought disorder bizarre thinking *dysfunctional thinkin…
Schizophrenia Affects
*behavior & thinking... *ability functioning, emotional function…
25 terms
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia Criteria
Delusion (4)
Major Sub-types of Delusions
Paranoid Delusion
Two or more of delusions, hallucinations, disorganised speech…
False belief, held onto despite evidence, foreign to most mem…
Paranoid (80%), Grandiose, Somatic, Erotomanic
Someone is trying to harm me
Schizophrenia Criteria
Two or more of delusions, hallucinations, disorganised speech…
Delusion (4)
False belief, held onto despite evidence, foreign to most mem…
52 terms
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia
Delusions
Hallucinations
Hallucinations
Serious mental disorder that is characterized by:... 1. Disorder…
Fixed beliefs that are not amenable to change in light of con…
Perception like experiences that occur without an external st…
They are vivid and clear, with full force and impact of norma…
Schizophrenia
Serious mental disorder that is characterized by:... 1. Disorder…
Delusions
Fixed beliefs that are not amenable to change in light of con…
Schizophrenia
characteristics of schizophrenia
heterogeneity
significant functional impairment, sym…
Two (or more) of the following, each p…
psychotic behavior, disorganized speech/behavior, negative sy…
a word meaning diversity
diagnostic criteria used to diagnose schizophrenia
DSM-5 schizophrenia criteria
characteristics of schizophrenia
psychotic behavior, disorganized speech/behavior, negative sy…
heterogeneity
a word meaning diversity
Schizophrenia
When does Schizophrenia onset?
Are the Symptoms always constant and/o…
Psychosis
Delusions
Onset usually occurs in late teens to mid-20s
No, but people may lead completely normal lives, sometimes ev…
General term for the loss of touch with reality & Schizophren…
beliefs without support/evidence, and which are at odds with…
When does Schizophrenia onset?
Onset usually occurs in late teens to mid-20s
Are the Symptoms always constant and/o…
No, but people may lead completely normal lives, sometimes ev…
113 terms
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia has 2 presentations:
Variable Schizophrenia :
Progressive Schizophrenia :
The diagnosis of Schizophrenia requires:
--Variable... --Progressive
Stages of exacerbation and remission
Chronic... Progressively deteriorating
•Distinct and Prolonged symptoms > 6 months... •*Active phase…
Schizophrenia has 2 presentations:
--Variable... --Progressive
Variable Schizophrenia :
Stages of exacerbation and remission
67 terms
schizophrenia
schizophrenia defined
probable causes of schizophrenia
predisposing factors: biolocial influe…
predisposing factors: physiological in…
an imbalance of the brain which leads to altered thoughts... -ch…
key to etiology is really unknown... -genetic predisposition... -bi…
-one theory suggests that schizophrenia may be caused by an e…
-epilepsy... -huntington's chorea... -birth trauma... -head injury in…
schizophrenia defined
an imbalance of the brain which leads to altered thoughts... -ch…
probable causes of schizophrenia
key to etiology is really unknown... -genetic predisposition... -bi…
31 terms
Schizophrenia
What counteracts anti-psychotic medica…
Positive Symptoms of Schizophrenia
Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia
Medications used to treat EPS
Cigarettes
Symptoms that aren't suppose to be there: Delusions, hallucin…
Symptoms that are normally there: Social withdrawal, lack of…
Benztropine(Congentin)
What counteracts anti-psychotic medica…
Cigarettes
Positive Symptoms of Schizophrenia
Symptoms that aren't suppose to be there: Delusions, hallucin…
16 terms
Schizophrenia
Types
Characteristics
Genetics Explanation
Genetic Explanation Evaluation
Schizophrenia- umbrella terms used to outline a range of diff…
For a diagnosis from the DSM...... Person shows two of the follo…
Link between schizophrenia and inherited genetic material... Go…
Bio... Reduct... Useful... Ethics... N-n
Types
Schizophrenia- umbrella terms used to outline a range of diff…
Characteristics
For a diagnosis from the DSM...... Person shows two of the follo…
31 terms
Schizophrenia
Causes of Schizophrenia
Psychosis
3 Things Schizophrenia Disturbs
4 phases of Premorbid Behavior
*Genetic Predisposition... *Biochemical Dysfunction... *Physiologic…
A severe mental condition in which there is disorganization o…
1. Thought Process (Racing Thoughts)... 2. Perception (Cognitive…
1. The Premorbid Phase... 2. Prodromal Phase... 3. Schizophrenia... 4.…
Causes of Schizophrenia
*Genetic Predisposition... *Biochemical Dysfunction... *Physiologic…
Psychosis
A severe mental condition in which there is disorganization o…
29 terms
Schizophrenia
Four A's of Schizophrenia
Affect
Autism
Associations
Affect, Autism, Associations, Ambivalence
Emotion is not there/ not appropriate
Focusing on fantasy world in their head
No connection between thoughts
Four A's of Schizophrenia
Affect, Autism, Associations, Ambivalence
Affect
Emotion is not there/ not appropriate
35 terms
Schizophrenia
Acute Dystonia
Affect
Akathisia
Ambivalence
Acute, often painful, sustained contraction of muscles, usual…
Flat, inappropriate responce to situation. External feeling o…
Regular rhythmic movements, usually of the lower limbs, with…
Two opposing emotions, attitudes, ideas, or wishes toward the…
Acute Dystonia
Acute, often painful, sustained contraction of muscles, usual…
Affect
Flat, inappropriate responce to situation. External feeling o…
Schizophrenia
Introduction to Schizophrenia
Phases of the Disorder: Phase 1: Premo…
Phases of the Disorder: Phase 2: Prodr…
Phases of the Disorder: Phase 3: Schiz…
Meaning: Split mind... General Factors... 1) Results from variable…
Personality: Social maladjustment, social withdrawal, irritab…
Certain signs and symptoms that precede characteristic manife…
Active Stage... Criteria 2+... -Delusions... -Hallucinations... -DIsorga…
Introduction to Schizophrenia
Meaning: Split mind... General Factors... 1) Results from variable…
Phases of the Disorder: Phase 1: Premo…
Personality: Social maladjustment, social withdrawal, irritab…
10 terms
Schizophrenia
schizophrenia
hallucination
delusion
catatonic
A mental illness, a condition of losing touch with reality ac…
Seeing, hearing, or feeling something that is not real
A belief in something( for example: that you are a king or a…
a form of schizophrenia in which the patient has muscle immob…
schizophrenia
A mental illness, a condition of losing touch with reality ac…
hallucination
Seeing, hearing, or feeling something that is not real
50 terms
Schizophrenia
positive symptoms
negative symptoms
psychomotor symptoms
delusions, hallucinations, disorganize…
excess or distortion of normal functions
lessening or loss of normal functions
unusual movements/gestures, extremes in activity level, unusu…
types of positive symptoms
positive symptoms
excess or distortion of normal functions
negative symptoms
lessening or loss of normal functions
77 terms
Schizophrenia
DSM-5 Criteria for Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia Mnemonic
Clinical Presentation
Subtypes
Two (or more) of the following, each present for a significan…
Delusions Harold Schizophrenia's Bad News... Delusions = delusi…
Positive symptoms... Suspiciousness... Unusual thought content (del…
Paranoid... most common subtype... Preoccupation with one or more d…
DSM-5 Criteria for Schizophrenia
Two (or more) of the following, each present for a significan…
Schizophrenia Mnemonic
Delusions Harold Schizophrenia's Bad News... Delusions = delusi…
20 terms
Schizophrenia
Delusions of persecution
Delusions of reference
somatic delusions
thought broadcasting
Belief that others are hostile or trying to harm the individual
False belief that public events or people are directly relate…
belief that one's body is altered from normal structure or fu…
belief that one's unspoken thoughts can be heard
Delusions of persecution
Belief that others are hostile or trying to harm the individual
Delusions of reference
False belief that public events or people are directly relate…
35 terms
Schizophrenia
Diagnostic Criteria
Delusion
Hallucinations
Disorganized Speech
2 or more of the following A categories for significant porti…
A1. erroneous beliefs that usually involve a misinterpretatio…
A2. may occur in any sensory modality (auditory, visual olfac…
A3. frequent derailment or incoherence, Makes no sense
Diagnostic Criteria
2 or more of the following A categories for significant porti…
Delusion
A1. erroneous beliefs that usually involve a misinterpretatio…
5 terms
Schizophrenia
Genetics
Antipsychotic drugs
ECT
Paranoid
It's one of the causes for the disorder.
Are the cornerstone in the management of schizophrenia.
Another method used for the symptoms of schizophrenia.
A type of the disorder. Hallucinations and delusions.
Genetics
It's one of the causes for the disorder.
Antipsychotic drugs
Are the cornerstone in the management of schizophrenia.
66 terms
Schizophrenia
A symptom where there is total inabili…
Alteration in thinking that can take o…
These symptoms appear early in the fir…
Name that delusion:... Belief that one's…
Psychosis
Delusions
Positive Symptoms
Thought Broadcasting
A symptom where there is total inabili…
Psychosis
Alteration in thinking that can take o…
Delusions
15 terms
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia statistics
Genetic Factors
Positive and Negative symptoms ... cognit…
Schizophrenia: violence
7-8 individuals out of 1000 will have schizophrenia... 3/4 betw…
70% of development = genetic basis ... closer in relation to ill…
Positive symptoms usually occur during psychotic episodes... Neg…
Most people with schizophrenia are not violent. ... The risk of…
Schizophrenia statistics
7-8 individuals out of 1000 will have schizophrenia... 3/4 betw…
Genetic Factors
70% of development = genetic basis ... closer in relation to ill…
Schizophrenia
Axis I
Axis II
Axis III
Axis IV
Clinical disorders
Personality disorders and mental retardation
General medical conditions
Psychosocial and environmental problems
Axis I
Clinical disorders
Axis II
Personality disorders and mental retardation
47 terms
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia diagnositic criteria
Positive symptoms
Negative symptoms
More dopamine in comparison to acetylcholine
2/5 symptoms for 1 month... -hallucination... -delusion... -disorgani…
symptoms they have but we don't have (add a behavior, thought…
symptoms we have but they don't (take away)... -no facial expre…
Schizophrenia
More dopamine in comparison to acetylcholine
Schizophrenia diagnositic criteria
2/5 symptoms for 1 month... -hallucination... -delusion... -disorgani…
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia is a break with ____ cau…
schizophrenia is characterized by thre…
Positive symptoms of schizophrenia inc…
thought disorder is ____ or ____ think…
reality, worked together normally
positive, negative, cognitive
thought disorders, hallucinations, and delusions
disorganized, irrational
Schizophrenia is a break with ____ cau…
reality, worked together normally
schizophrenia is characterized by thre…
positive, negative, cognitive
77 terms
Schizophrenia
DSM-5 Criteria for Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia Mnemonic
Clinical Presentation
Subtypes
Two (or more) of the following, each present for a significan…
Delusions Harold Schizophrenia's Bad News... Delusions = delusi…
Positive symptoms... Suspiciousness... Unusual thought content (del…
Paranoid... most common subtype... Preoccupation with one or more d…
DSM-5 Criteria for Schizophrenia
Two (or more) of the following, each present for a significan…
Schizophrenia Mnemonic
Delusions Harold Schizophrenia's Bad News... Delusions = delusi…
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