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Rev. 3/6/2008 Abnormal Psychology- 281 Study Guide for Exam 3 Chapter 11 – Schizophrenia 1. What are the symptoms and diagnostic criteria for Schizophrenia? 2. How prevalent is Schizophrenia? Whom does it affect most? 3. What treatments are used most often and have the most research support for Schizophrenia? 4. What are the positive symptoms of Schizophrenia? 5. What is the difference between delusions and hallucinations? What are some examples of common delusions and hallucinations? 6. How do disorganized thought, speech and other behavior look with Schizophrenia? 7. What are common negative symptoms of Schizophrenia? 8. What are the key features of each of the five subtypes of schizophrenia: paranoid, disorganized, catatonic, undifferentiated, and residual? 9. What is the prognosis for an individual with schizophrenia? How it might vary according to the gender and age of the affected individual? 10. What is the evidence for the genetic transmission of schizophrenia? Which people are most at risk for developing schizophrenia? 11. What are past and recent hypotheses of how dopamine is believed to affect the development and treatment of Schizophrenia?
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