britney psych 9 - Delusions Psychology 2 Otherdelusions

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    Delusions Psychology
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    Other delusions Tampering of thought through Thought broadcasting Thought insertion Thought withdrawal These delusions highly specific to  schizophrenia May represent "normal" explanations of  abnormal experiences 2
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    of associations Rambling, disjointed language Normal speech usually follows single  train of thought In schizophrenia, ideas jump from on  track to another, wandering further from  original topic May become completely incoherent 3
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    What causes it? Causes not clear Problem lies in mind's way of making  associations In normal speech, person makes many  mental associations, edits before  speaking In schizophrenia, people seem to hang  on to one association, even if  inappropriate - get stuck 4
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    Other problems of thought  Neologisms  ("new words") May result from inability to retrieve appropriate 
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britney psych 9 - Delusions Psychology 2 Otherdelusions

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