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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.…

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POSITIVE SYMPTOMS NEGATIVE SYMPTOMS



POSITIVE SYMPTOMS NEGATIVE SYMPTOMS

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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…

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