AQA Psychology A A2 Unit 4 Schizophrenia Clinical Characteristics

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Postive symptoms
Are Controlled with drugs
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They occur in excess of
Normal functions
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Delusions can be
Bizarre, false, paranoid, inflated
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When you believe you are being controlled by God, Satan etc it is called
Experience of control
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What are unreal perceptions environmentally?
Hallucinations
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What is disordered thinking?
Thoughts being inserted or removed, loosened, broadcast
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Negative symptoms need
Extra help to be controlled
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What is affective flattening?
Reduced range of emotions, tone of voice
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What is it called when speech is not fluent or slurred?
Alogia
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What is avolition?
Lack of drive or motivation or being confused
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How long must they persist for?
6 months
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What is no longer identified?
Subtypes
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What does Criterion B state?
Social/occupational dysfunction like work
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Which criterion is consisting duration of 6 months?
Criterion C
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Criterion D is?
Exclusion of mood Disorders
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