Diagnosis and classification of schizophrenia

What classification system requires one positive symptom
DSM
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What classification system requires two or more negative symptoms?
ICD
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What symptom can be described as additional experiences beyond those of ordinary existence?
Positive
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What symptom can be described as a sensory experience that have no basis in reality or distorted perceptions of real things?
Hallucination
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What symptom can be described as beliefs that have no basis in reality-make a person with schizophrenia behave in ways that make sense to them but bizarre to others?
Delusion
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What symptom can be described as a loss of usual abilities and experiences?
Negative
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What symptom can be described as a severe loss of motivation to carry out everyday tasks?
Avolition
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What symptom can be described as a reduction in the amount and quality of speech?
speech poverty
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What key issue in diagnosis can be described by the extent to which the diagnosis of schizophrenia is consistent?
Reliability
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What key issue in diagnosis can be described as the extent to which the diagnosis and classification techniques measure what they are designed to measure?
Validity
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What key issue in diagnosis can be described as the occurence of two illnesses together which confuses diagnosis and treatment?
co-morbidity
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What key issue in diagnosis can be described as when two or more conditions share symptoms, questioning the validity of the classification?
Symptom overlap
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Who found low reliability in schizophrenia diagnosis?
Cheniaux
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What type of reliability was found to be lacking in the diagnosis of schizophrenia?
Inter-rater
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Who found female patients typically function better than men. This may explain why some women escape diagnosis because their better interpersonal functioning may bias practitioners to under-diagnose schizophrenia?
Cotton
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What key issue did Buckley found as a limitation, of the diagnosis and classification of schizophrenia?
co-morbidity
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What mental 'illness' does schizophrenia usually associated with?
Depression
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What types of americans and english origin are more likely to be diagnosed with schizophrenia in the UK.
African
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