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Acute Onset
Hallucinations and delusions appear suddenly after a stressful event, within a few days.
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Chronic Onset
The individual loses drive and drifts away from family and friends, delusions and other symptoms gradually occur.
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ICD-10
International Classification of Diseases (Worldwide)
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DSM-5
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (USA)
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ICD-10 Criteria
To be diagnosed a person must have 1 of the symptoms from category 1 or 2 of the symptoms from category 2 for at least one month.
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Category 1
Thought control, Delusions of Control, Hallucinatory voices and other delusions
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Category 2
Persistent delusions, incoherent/irrelevant speech, catatonic behaviour and negative symptoms
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Negative Symptoms
Taking away something you had before e.g. Disruption of emotions
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Positive Symptoms
Something adding to your personality e.g. hallucinations and delusions
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Schneider 1959
Identified that Sz patients often report positive symptoms
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Slater & Roth 1969
Identified that Sz patients often show behaviours of negative symptoms
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International Classification of Diseases (Worldwide)

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Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (USA)

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To be diagnosed a person must have 1 of the symptoms from category 1 or 2 of the symptoms from category 2 for at least one month.

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