Chapter 14 - DIAGNOSING SCHIZOPHRENIA Phases: Prodromal...

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CHAPTER 14: SCHIZOPHRENIA
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SYMPTOMS Psychosis Positive symptoms: Delusions Of persecution Of reference Of  grandeur Of control Disorganized thinking and speech Loose associations (derailment) Heightened perceptions and hallucinations Auditory hallucinations Inappropriate affect
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SYMPTOMS (CONT.) Negative symptoms: Poverty of speech Flat affect Avolition Social withdrawal Psychomotor symptoms: Catatonia Catatonic stupor Catatonic rigidity Catatonic posturing Waxy flexibility
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Unformatted text preview: DIAGNOSING SCHIZOPHRENIA Phases: Prodromal Active Residual Hebephrenic (Disorganized) Catatonic Paranoid Undifferentiated EXPLANATIONS OF SCHIZOPHRENIA Psychodynamic perspective Schizophrenogenic mothers Biological perspective Genetics Dopamine hypothesis Brain structure Viruses Behavioral perspective Cognitive perspective Sociocultural perspective Ethnicity Family Double-bind hypothesis...
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