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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
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
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
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.
20 terms
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…
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…
93 terms
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.
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
Which of the following is defined as a…
Schizophrenia symptoms are grouped int…
As the nurse segregates the symptoms p…
As the nurse segregates the symptoms p…
Ans.: C. Schizophrenia is a maladaptive disturbance character…
Ans.: A. Symptoms of schizophrenia fall into two broad catego…
Ans.: A, D, E are positive symptoms in schizophrenic clients…
Ans.: A, D, F are negative symptoms. Anhedonia is described a…
Which of the following is defined as a…
Ans.: C. Schizophrenia is a maladaptive disturbance character…
Schizophrenia symptoms are grouped int…
Ans.: A. Symptoms of schizophrenia fall into two broad catego…
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
9 terms
Schizophrenia
What is schizophrenia?
What is the DSM(diagnostic statistical…
Do positive or negative symptoms respo…
Do positive or native symptoms respond…
It is a psychotic disorder involving a break with reality.
POSITIVE SYMPTOMS... - Delusions ... _hallucinations... -Disorganised…
Positive symptoms
Negative symptoms
What is schizophrenia?
It is a psychotic disorder involving a break with reality.
What is the DSM(diagnostic statistical…
POSITIVE SYMPTOMS... - Delusions ... _hallucinations... -Disorganised…
11 terms
Schizophrenia
Classification of schizophrenia
Positive Symptoms
Hallucinations
Delusions
More common in men and working class people
Additional symptoms beyond normal experience
Sensory expereriences in reality
Beliefs not based in reality
Classification of schizophrenia
More common in men and working class people
Positive Symptoms
Additional symptoms beyond normal experience
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…
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…
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia
History
3 Categories of Symptoms
Diagnosis
Affects the way you think, feel and interact
Emil Kraepelin defined dementia praecox... - Onset in adolescenc…
- "Positive" symptoms:... -- Active manifestations of abnormal b…
- 2+ of the following over 1 month ! Delusions... = Hallucinatio…
Schizophrenia
Affects the way you think, feel and interact
History
Emil Kraepelin defined dementia praecox... - Onset in adolescenc…
20 terms
schizophrenia
NMS
NMS sx
NMS tx
NMS drugs
-life threatening... -occurs within 7 days or 2-4 weeks with dep…
-mental status changes, diaphoresis, tachycardia, change in L…
-recognize early sx... -STOP the neuroleptic meds... -notify physic…
-Bromocriptine -- dopamine agonist... -Benzodiazepines -- muscle…
NMS
-life threatening... -occurs within 7 days or 2-4 weeks with dep…
NMS sx
-mental status changes, diaphoresis, tachycardia, change in L…
148 terms
Schizophrenia
schizophrenia hx
four A's
schizo facts
schizo theories
19th century- Morel and Kraeplin- Dementia Praecox (precociou…
1. Affect disturbance... 2. Autism... 3. Associative looseness... 4. A…
- discussed as a single dz, yet probably comprises a group of…
- cause is unknown... - genetics... - neurobio
schizophrenia hx
19th century- Morel and Kraeplin- Dementia Praecox (precociou…
four A's
1. Affect disturbance... 2. Autism... 3. Associative looseness... 4. A…
16 terms
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia
DSM-IV criteria
Prevalence
Lenzeweger and gottsmen 1994
A severe abnormal chromic illness disorder that characterises…
At least one of ... 1.third person auditory hallucinations 2.…
Typically begins late teens or early adulthood. Age norm 15-…
Evidence found in the study of the genes in identical twins h…
Schizophrenia
A severe abnormal chromic illness disorder that characterises…
DSM-IV criteria
At least one of ... 1.third person auditory hallucinations 2.…
53 terms
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
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.…
94 terms
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia first described by:
Schizophrenia did not emerge as a cond…
Emil Kraepelin, (1856-1926), translate…
Dementia praecox
Symptoms of schizophrenia were described by early Greek physi…
the 19th century ... when Benedict Morel (1809-1873) used the t…
dementia praecox ... emphasized the change in cognition (dement…
was seen as having an unremittingly downward course punctuate…
Schizophrenia first described by:
Symptoms of schizophrenia were described by early Greek physi…
Schizophrenia did not emerge as a cond…
the 19th century ... when Benedict Morel (1809-1873) used the t…
20 terms
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…
9 terms
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
27 terms
Schizophrenia
intro
nature of schizophrenia
Clinical Symptoms
Positive symptoms
-use Antipsychotic drugs, which can also be used for mania an…
-chronic psychotic illness characterized by disordered thinki…
Positive- Exaggeration or distortion of normal function... Negat…
Delusions... Hallucinations... Thought disorder... Abnormal, disorgani…
intro
-use Antipsychotic drugs, which can also be used for mania an…
nature of schizophrenia
-chronic psychotic illness characterized by disordered thinki…
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…
45 terms
Schizophrenia
Define Psychosis
Diagnostic criteria for schizophrenia A.
Define Erotomantic Delusions
Define Grandiose Delusions
Severe mental condition in which there is disorganization of…
Two (or more) of the following, each present for a significan…
Individual believes that someone, usually of higher status, i…
Irrational ideas regarding their own worth, talent, knowledge…
Define Psychosis
Severe mental condition in which there is disorganization of…
Diagnostic criteria for schizophrenia A.
Two (or more) of the following, each present for a significan…
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…
11 terms
Schizophrenia
Incorporate pathophysiology concepts (…
Educate a patient on the expected time…
Compare the symptoms, onset and risk f…
Compare the effects of first generatio…
...
...
...
...
Incorporate pathophysiology concepts (…
...
Educate a patient on the expected time…
...
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…
11 terms
Schizophrenia
Delusion
Hallucination
Disorders of movement
Flat affect
Fixed, false belief that cannot be changed by logical reasoni…
False or unreal sensory perception, such as hearing voices th…
Include involuntary movements and mannerisms/clumsiness/uncoo…
Marked by monotonous voice, immobile face, and no signs of ex…
Delusion
Fixed, false belief that cannot be changed by logical reasoni…
Hallucination
False or unreal sensory perception, such as hearing voices th…
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
Burden of schizophrenia
Positive symptoms
Negative symptoms
Cognitive deficits
Affects 0.5-1% of population worldwide... 5-10% commit suicide... R…
Delusions, hallucinations, thought disorder... (Some see these a…
Decreased motivation, diminished emotional expression
Impairments in attention, executive function, certain types o…
Burden of schizophrenia
Affects 0.5-1% of population worldwide... 5-10% commit suicide... R…
Positive symptoms
Delusions, hallucinations, thought disorder... (Some see these a…
66 terms
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia
Disordered thinking
Lack of emotional expressiveness
Disturbances in movement or behavior
Major disturbances in thought, emotion, and behavior
Ideas not logically related... Faulty perception and attention
Inappropriate or flat emotions
Disheveled appearance
Schizophrenia
Major disturbances in thought, emotion, and behavior
Disordered thinking
Ideas not logically related... Faulty perception and attention
154 terms
Schizophrenia
Types of Schizophrenia... 4
Positive symptom examples
Mesolimbic region is said to control
Positive symptoms are due to
1. Simple... 2. Paranoid... 3. Catatonic... 4. Hebphrenic
- Hallucinations... - loose association... - insomnia... - distur…
Emotions
⬆⬆⬆⬆ d2 stimulation in Nucleus accumbens of Mesolimbic*limbic* re…
Types of Schizophrenia... 4
1. Simple... 2. Paranoid... 3. Catatonic... 4. Hebphrenic
Positive symptom examples
- Hallucinations... - loose association... - insomnia... - distur…
50 terms
Schizophrenia
Symptoms of Schizophrenia (Male = Fema…
1 symptom + < 1 month + return full fu…
2 symptoms + 1-6 months
2 symptoms + > 6 months + impairment i…
*1. Delusions.... 2. Hallucinations.... 3. Disorganized speech.*... 4.…
Brief psychotic disorder
Schizophreniform disorder
Schizophrenia
Symptoms of Schizophrenia (Male = Fema…
*1. Delusions.... 2. Hallucinations.... 3. Disorganized speech.*... 4.…
1 symptom + < 1 month + return full fu…
Brief psychotic disorder
101 terms
Schizophrenia
Types of Schizophrenia
Genetic Factors
Genetic Markers
Biochemical Theory
Catatonic... Paranoid ... Disorganized ... Residual... Undifferentiated
- parents- 50%... -1 parent - 15%... -no genetic background 63%
- abnormal eye tracking
- abnormal levels of dopamine and glutamate
Types of Schizophrenia
Catatonic... Paranoid ... Disorganized ... Residual... Undifferentiated
Genetic Factors
- parents- 50%... -1 parent - 15%... -no genetic background 63%
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
34 terms
schizophrenia
psychosis
abnormalities
positive symptoms
negative symptoms
loss of contact with reality... line between fantasy and reality…
delusion, hallucinations, disorganized thinking, grossly diso…
presence / excess of something that shouldn't be there
lack of something that should be there, like facial expression
psychosis
loss of contact with reality... line between fantasy and reality…
abnormalities
delusion, hallucinations, disorganized thinking, grossly diso…
16 terms
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia term actually means
This man invented the term schizophrenia
Poor memory, learning, problem solving…
A serious mental disorder characterize…
split mind
Eugen Bluer
Cognitive Symptoms
Postive Symptom
Schizophrenia term actually means
split mind
This man invented the term schizophrenia
Eugen Bluer
26 terms
Schizophrenia
Positive Symptoms
Negative Symptoms
Schizophrenia
1%
Disorganized speech/behavior, Hallucinations, Delusions,
Flat affect, poor hygiene, amotivation, asocial
2 of (delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech/behavior…
World-wide prevalence of schizophrenia
Positive Symptoms
Disorganized speech/behavior, Hallucinations, Delusions,
Negative Symptoms
Flat affect, poor hygiene, amotivation, asocial
25 terms
Schizophrenia
5 A's
Blocked DA2 receptor most studied
DA stimulate
mesolimbic
alogia , attention, anhedonia , affect, apathy
antagonist block for tx schiz
agonist tx parkinsons
reward pw
5 A's
alogia , attention, anhedonia , affect, apathy
Blocked DA2 receptor most studied
antagonist block for tx schiz
76 terms
schizophrenia
schizophreniform
Epidemiology of Schizophrenia
biological risk factors that can effec…
inside the brain of someone that is sc…
Essential features of this disorder are identical to those of…
Age of onset: usually late adolescence or early adulthood... Ge…
schizophrenia is more likely to develop when one of these fac…
small hipocampus ... big ventricles ... change in fronatal lobe
schizophreniform
Essential features of this disorder are identical to those of…
Epidemiology of Schizophrenia
Age of onset: usually late adolescence or early adulthood... Ge…
54 terms
Schizophrenia
signs and symptoms
effects of illness
usually begins after
diagnosis based on
are variable and include changes in perception, emotion, cogn…
are always severe and usually long lasting
25 years old
history and MSE. No lab test
signs and symptoms
are variable and include changes in perception, emotion, cogn…
effects of illness
are always severe and usually long lasting
109 terms
Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia is...
2 types of symptoms are...
Positive symptoms are...
Negative symptoms are...
Serious mental disorder characterised by symptoms that alter…
Positive and negative
Experience and behaviours that reflect an excess/distortion o…
A reflection of a loss/diminution of normal experiences and b…
Schizophrenia is...
Serious mental disorder characterised by symptoms that alter…
2 types of symptoms are...
Positive and negative
66 terms
Schizophrenia
Delusion
Grandeur Delusion
Persecution belief
Interventions for Delusions
false belief held to be true even when there is evidence of c…
False belief that one is a powerful important person.
belief that one is being singled out for harm by others
1. Ask client to describe the delusion ... 2. be open and honest…
Delusion
false belief held to be true even when there is evidence of c…
Grandeur Delusion
False belief that one is a powerful important person.
210 terms
Schizophrenia
Epidemiology
Onset
Pathophysiology
Dopaminergic Pathways
Lifetime prevalence... 0.3 to 0.7%... Males = females... Genetic Link
Late adolescence or early adulthood... Occurs earlier in males…
1. Dopaminergic hypothesis***... 2. Glutamatergic dysfunction…
Epidemiology
Lifetime prevalence... 0.3 to 0.7%... Males = females... Genetic Link
Onset
Late adolescence or early adulthood... Occurs earlier in males…
75 terms
Schizophrenia
symptom of schizophrenia, vivid and cl…
symptom of schizophrenia, fixed belief
symptom of schizophrenia, loose associ…
T/F: medications dont cure hallucinati…
hallucinations
delusion
disorganized thinking [speech]
hot diggity ... they just give person insight into what is real…
symptom of schizophrenia, vivid and cl…
hallucinations
symptom of schizophrenia, fixed belief
delusion
27 terms
Schizophrenia
Brain areas affects in schizophrenia
Hippocampus
Mesolimbic pathway
Mesolimbic pathway function
Hippocampus... Amygdala
Smaller development.... Disordered hippocampal pyramidal cells.…
From VTA to nucleus accumbens of limbic system and hippocampus
involved with emotion and memory
Brain areas affects in schizophrenia
Hippocampus... Amygdala
Hippocampus
Smaller development.... Disordered hippocampal pyramidal cells.…
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