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Delusional disorders

5 delusions

Erotomanic Type Individuals believe that someone usually of higher status is in love with them
Grandiose Type Have irrational ideas regarding their own worth Have irrational ideas regarding their own worth, talent, knowledge or power
Jealous Type jealous delusion centers on the idea that the persons sexual partner is unfaithful
Persecutory Type Persecutory delusions, which are the most common type individuals believe they are being malevolently treated in some way. Cheated, spied on, followed, poisoned or drugged
Somatic Type believe they have physical defect, disorder, or disease.
Created by: Booschick