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Chapter 13 Review Symptoms Positive symptoms o Delusions rigidly held beliefs that are inaccurate or inconsistent with reality o Hallucination most common is auditory and they strike the patient as being real Negative symptoms o Anhedonia inability to experience pleasure o Blunted flat affect fail to exhibit signs of emotions feelings o Alogia impoverished thinking speechless o Avolition lack of will Disorganized o Disorganized speech tangential speech very difficult to follow o Disorganized behavior child like silliness or unpredictable agitation o Catatonic posturing unnatural postures facial expressions or body movement Criteria for Schizophrenia duration of entire disorder must be at least 6 months Prodromal phase marked by obvious deterioration in the role of functioning as a student employee or homemaker Change in personality o Outburst of anger increased tension restlessness o Social withdrawal indecisiveness lack of will power o Negative symptoms become more stable Active Phase At least 1 month Hallucinations delusions and disorganized speech are symptoms Residual Phase signs and symptoms that are similar in many respects to those seen in prodromal Most dramatic symptoms of psychosis have improved Only negative symptoms Schizophrenia Subtypes Paranoid one or more delusions or frequent hallucinations Disorganized disorganized speech and behavior flat inappropriate affect Catatonic Undifferentiated does not fit any other subtypes Residual reduced symptoms in criterion a or presence of negative symptoms Different types Mood Disorder with Psychotic symptoms which symptoms are stronger o Schizophrenia with mood symptoms Duration of mood symptoms are brief in relation to the duration of active and residual schizophrenia symptoms o Mood disorder with psychotic symptoms The psychotic symptoms only occur during a manic or depressive episode Schizoaffective disorder mood symptoms must be present for a substantial portion of psychotic disturbance Hallucinations must be



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