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SCHIZOPHRENIA
HALLUCINATIONS: CATATONIA:
Schizophrenic.com defines hallucinations as "perceptual experiences which
occur without any actual source." This differs from a delusion because a Definition:
delusion does have a source, and is an irrational view on something that does "A state of neurogenic motor immobility, and behavioural abnormality manifested by
exist. stupor. It can be a symptom of schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, posttraumatic stress
Hallucinations in schizophrenics are most commonly auditory. This is disorder, depression, and other disorders.…read more

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SCHIZOPHRENIA
POSITIVE SYMPTOMS NEGATIVE SYMPTOMS
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SCHIZOPHRENIA
DISORGANISED SPEECH: DISTURBANCES OF AFFECT:
When a person is talking and frequently goes off topic and speaks This is where a Schizophrenic patient may show little in the way of emotional responses
incoherently. Disorganised speech is also when someone seems to ramble on or in some situations they may exhibit inappropriate emotional responses.
disjointedly often talking to themselves or to imagining people.…read more

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