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A2 schizophrenia

types of schizophrenia

Name five different types of schizophrenia. Paranoid hebephrenic catatonic undifferentiated residual
Name the symptoms of catatonic schizophrenia. motor abnormality adopt strange postures flail their limbs in an uncontrolled fashion resist all intructions
Name the symptoms for paranoid schizophrenia. Delusions hallucinations flattening of emotion
Name the symptoms of undifferentiated schizophrenia. insufficient symptoms for any other subtypes. Dont fit neatly into categories.
What is type 1 syndrome (Crow)? Acute disorder characterised by postive symptoms.
What is type 2 syndrome (Crow)? A chronic disorder categorised by negative symptoms.
An evaluative detail of type 1 and type 2. people do not always fit into the categories however it remains useful because the two types may have different underlining causes.
An evaluative point of subtypes in classification diagnosis. Its difficult to categorise because some people diagnosed in one category sometimes develop symptoms from other categories making the reliability weak.
What two books are used to diagnose this disorder? ICD-10 DSM-iv
Name one factor that contributes to the lack of validity in diagnosing the disorder. Dimensional which means that its related to the degree to which the problems are experienced not the presence of them.
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