Psychological Explanations - Mental Health and Personality, schizophrenia and crime


Schizopherics and crime 

The onset of schizopheria tends to be in late dolsecence or early adulthood. Schizopheria tends to strike men arlier and more severely, though both sexes are equally vulnerable. There is a higher incidence in lower socioeconomic groups and for people who are single or divorced rather than married. In order to meet the criteria for diagnosis of schizopheria, the patient must have experienced at least two of the following symptoms: delusions, hallucations, disorganised speech…


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