1. what are positive symtomps
    excesses of or bizarre additions to noraml thoughts, behaviors, and emotions
  2. what are negative symptoms
    deficits of thoughts, emo, and behaviors
  3. what is Formal thought disorder ?
    a disturbance in the production and organization of thought
  4. what is Loose associations
    a common thinking disturbance in schizophrenia, characterzied by rapid shifts form one topic of converstaion to another.
  5. derailment is alos kwown as what?
    loose associations
  6. what are Hallucination
    the experiencing of sights, sounds, or other perceptions in the absence of external stimuli
  7. inappropriate affect
    display of emotions that are unsuited to the situation
  8. Alagia
    a decrease in speech or speech content; also known as poverty speech
  9. flat affect
    lack of expressed emotions
  10. catatania
    a pattern of extreme psychomotor symptoms found in some forms of schizo. which may include: stupor, rigidity, or posturing.
  11. people with schizo. experience ______ as a result are drained from energy and dont fallow through on goals or take action to start a task.
  12. ackward movements or repeated grimaces and odd gestures can be catagorized as ________
    psychomotor symptoms
  13. A) DSM check list for schizo. they must have two of what?
    • 1.
    • a)delusions
    • b) halluciantions
    • c) disorganized speech
    • d) grossly diorganized or catatonic behavior
    • e) negative symptoms
  14. B) schziophrenia check list of DSM
    • 2. functioning markedly below the level achieved prior to onset
    • 3. continuous signs of the disturbance for at least 6 months, at least one month of which includes symptoms in full and active.
  15. some sch. have enlarged _____
  16. biology of schizophrenia: They have small and abnormal what?
    • *frontal lobe
    • *Tmperal Lobe
    • *Thalmus
    • *Hippocampus
    • *Amygdala
    • *Temporal Lobe
  17. Englarged Ventricles can lead to what type of behavior?
    experience a poorer social adjustment prior to the disorder and greater cog. disturbances.
  18. shizophrnics brain abnomaliteis might be do to _____ before birth
  19. dopamine hypothesis
    the theory that schizophrenia results from exessive activity of the neurotransmitter dopamine
  20. antipsychotic drugs
    drugs that help correct grossly confused or distorted thinking
  21. Phenothaiazine was that __A__ group of anthihistamine drugs of effective __B__ medications
    • A) first
    • B)Antipsychotic
  22. what is Psychosis?
    State defined by a loss of contract with realtity
  23. Symptoms of Psychosis
    A) Hallucinations
    B) Delusions
    • A. flase sensory perceptions
    • B. false beliefs
  24. who is most likely to develop Schizo. men or women?
    C) Both
    D) Equay likely
    D)Equally likley
  25. What is the course of Schizophrenia?
    • A. Prodromal
    • B. Active
    • C. Residual
  26. A. Prodromal
    C. Residual
    • A. beginning of deterioration; mild symptoms with withdrawal and strange language.
    • B. symptoms become increasingly apparent
    • C. A return to prodromal
  27. DSM-IV-TR distinguishes 5 subtypes:
    • 1. disorganized
    • 2. catatonic
    • 3. paranoid
    • 4. undifferentiated
    • 5. residual
  28. 5 subtypes of dsm
    a. disorganized
    b. catatonic
    c. paranoid
    d. undifferentiated
    e. residual
    • a. charaterized by confusion, incoherence, and flat or inappropriate affect
    • b. psychomotor disturbances
    • c. symptoms which fit no subype; vague category
    • d. symptoms which have lessened in strength and number;person may continue to disply blunted or inappropriate emotions.
  29. the bilogical view: what is Diathesis-Stress
    • - suggests a biological predisposition to schizophrenia
    • - triggered by later exposure to stress
    • - more common among realtives with people with S.
  30. Personality

    • unique long term pattern of inner experience and outward

    • behavior.
  31. Personality Disorder
    • An inflexible pattern of inner experiences and outward behavior.
    • Axis2
  32. subtypes of PD
    • A) Dramatic
    • B)Anxious
    • C)Odd
  33. Odd PD
    • suspiciousness,
    • social withdraw, and peculiar ways of thinking and perceiving. Schizophrenia
    • related
  34. Odd PD subtypes
    • Paranoid
    • PD, Schizoid PD, Schizotypal PD
  35. Dramatic PD
    • Behaviors
    • are emotional & erratic. Diff. relationships/ unsatisfying
  36. Dramatic PD subtypes
    • Antisocial PD, Borderline PD, Histrionic

    • PD, and Narcissistic PD.
  37. Anxious
    • display
    • anxious and fearful behavior
  38. Anxious PD subtypes
    • Avoidant PD, Dependent PD,

    • Obsessive-Compulsive PD.
  39. Paranoid PD
    • deep suspicion or mistrust of others. Avoid social

    • relationships. Unable to recognize faults in self only others. More men than
    • women.
  40. schizoid
    • Persistent
    • avoidance of social relatihosp and limited emo. Expression. More men than
    • Women. Seen as cold/flat
  41. Schizotypal
    • show interpersonal problems, odd/bizarre thinking and perceiving

    • and eccentricities. More men and
    • Woman. Delusions of Grandeur and reference issues.
  42. antisocial
    • persistently disregard and violate others rights. Misbehave before

    • age 15. 4x more men than women. Whites diagnosed more than blacks. Higher drug
    • use in this population.
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