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schizophrenia III. Mood disorders I. SCHIZOPHRENIA A. Brief History1 ??
19th Century ­ All serious mental disorders seen as expressions of a single
entity (Einheitpsychose, Griesinger) i.e. a unitary psychosis ?? Morel
(1852) ­ proposed mental illnesses could be separated and classified,
based on cause. Described démence précoce: starting in…

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o The 4 `A's: ?? Disturbances of Associations (thought disorder) ??
Affective flattening ?? Autism (social withdrawal) ?? Ambivalence (apathy)
And accessory symptoms: o He believed these to be derived from
loosening of associations ?? Hallucinations ?? Delusions ?? Catatonia ??
Abnormal behaviour ?? Kurt Schneider (1887-1967) - identified symptoms…

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Somatic passivity (bodily sensation or function imposed by external
agency) Delusional perception ?? Kasanin (1933) - described
schizoaffective disorder ?? Leonard (1957) ­ Separated schizophrenia from
cycloid psychoses (non-affective psychoses with good outcome) Further
sub-divided schizophrenia into systemic (catatonia, hebephrenia,
paraphrenia) and non-systemic (affect-laden paraphrenia, schizophasia
and periodic catatonia) ??…

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o Anabaptist sect in the USA Populations with higher rates include: Isolated
communities in Sweden and Finland, Afro- Caribbeans in the UK, Catholics
in Canada, Tamils of Southern India. ?? Some studies suggest that
incidence may be falling in industrialised countries, although there is some
doubt as to whether this…

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6 Companion to Psychiatric Studies, 7th edition, eds Johnstone,
Cunningham Owens, Lawrie, Sharpe, Freeman, p398 7 New Oxford
Textbook of Psychiatry, eds Gelder, Lopez-Ibor Jr, Andreason, 2000, p 591
8 Companion to Psychiatric Studies, 7th edition, eds Johnstone,
Cunningham Owens, Lawrie, Sharpe, Freeman, p393 GAP ­ I Diet II: 2008…

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General Adult Psychiatry ­ I I. Schizophrenia II. Disorders related to

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schizophrenia III. Mood disorders I. SCHIZOPHRENIA A. Brief History1 ??
19th Century ­ All serious mental disorders seen as expressions of a single
entity (Einheitpsychose, Griesinger) i.e. a unitary psychosis ?? Morel
(1852) ­ proposed mental illnesses could be separated and classified,
based on cause. Described démence précoce: starting in…

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o The 4 `A's: ?? Disturbances of Associations (thought disorder) ??
Affective flattening ?? Autism (social withdrawal) ?? Ambivalence (apathy)
And accessory symptoms: o He believed these to be derived from
loosening of associations ?? Hallucinations ?? Delusions ?? Catatonia ??
Abnormal behaviour ?? Kurt Schneider (1887-1967) - identified symptoms…

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Somatic passivity (bodily sensation or function imposed by external
agency) Delusional perception ?? Kasanin (1933) - described
schizoaffective disorder ?? Leonard (1957) ­ Separated schizophrenia from
cycloid psychoses (non-affective psychoses with good outcome) Further
sub-divided schizophrenia into systemic (catatonia, hebephrenia,
paraphrenia) and non-systemic (affect-laden paraphrenia, schizophasia
and periodic catatonia) ??…

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o Anabaptist sect in the USA Populations with higher rates include: Isolated
communities in Sweden and Finland, Afro- Caribbeans in the UK, Catholics
in Canada, Tamils of Southern India. ?? Some studies suggest that
incidence may be falling in industrialised countries, although there is some
doubt as to whether this…

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6 Companion to Psychiatric Studies, 7th edition, eds Johnstone,
Cunningham Owens, Lawrie, Sharpe, Freeman, p398 7 New Oxford
Textbook of Psychiatry, eds Gelder, Lopez-Ibor Jr, Andreason, 2000, p 591
8 Companion to Psychiatric Studies, 7th edition, eds Johnstone,
Cunningham Owens, Lawrie, Sharpe, Freeman, p393 GAP ­ I Diet II: 2008…

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