Schizophrenia

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Author:
ml3923
ID:
105305
Filename:
Schizophrenia
Updated:
2011-09-29 21:03:12
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Morris Test
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Morris Test 2
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  1. Phase 1: Schizoid Phase
    • indifferent to social relationships
    • limited range of emotional experience & expression
    • don’t enjoy close relationships
    • appear cold and aloof
  2. Phase 2: Prodromal
    • social withdrawal
    • impairment in role functioning
    • behaviour is peculiar or eccentric
    • neglect of personal hygiene
    • blunted or inappropriate affect
    • disturbances in communication
    • bizarre ideas
    • unusual perceptual experiences
    • lack of initiative, interests, energy
  3. Phase 3: Acute Schizophrenia
    • “acute” phase of the illness
    • psychotic symptoms are prominent
    • presence of both positive and negative symptoms
  4. Phase 4: Residual
    • periods of remission and exacerbation
    • usually follows acute phase
    • symptoms similar to prodromal phase
    • return to premorbid functioning not common
    • flat affect, impaired role functioning
    • impairment increases between acute episodes

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