Issues surrounding classification- reliability

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  • Issues with Classification and Diagnosis
    • Reliability
      • the 2 criteria's for schizophrenia are VERY different
        • ICD-10
          • only 1 month visible symptoms
          • the focus is on first- rank systems
            • symptoms that are more specific to schizoprenia
        • DSM
          • 6 months visible symptoms
          • multi- axial
            • factors are taken into account before diagnosis is made (e.g.. personality type)
      • types of schizoprenia
        • ICD-10
          • Distinguishes 7 types
            • paranoid
            • hebephrenic
            • undifferentiated
            • post- schz depression
            • residual
            • simple schizoprenia
            • Untitled
        • DSM
          • 5 types
      • Distinction of type 1 and type 2!
        • Crow (1985)
          • Type 1
            • chronic disorder
            • NEGATIVE symptoms
          • Type 2
            • acute disorder
            • POSITIVE symptoms
          • Can't be easily classified into one of these distinctions
            • people may also develop symptoms from another subtype (type 1 or 2) when already attached to a distinction
  • paranoid
  • post- schz depression

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