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residual
phase of an illness that occurs after remission of the florid symptoms or the full syndrome
prodromal
early signs or symptoms of a dissorder
psychomotor agitation
excessi ve motor activity associated with a feeling of inner tension
catatonic excitement
excited motor activity apparently purposeless and not influenced by external stimuli
compulsion
repetitive and purposeless behavior in response to an obsession
echolalia
echoing of words
echopraxia
imitation of movements
catatonic negativism
an apparently motiveless resitance to all instructions or attempts to be moved (ex. firmly clech jaws when asked to open mouth)
Those where the dissorders of the motor aspects
Coming up are the disorders of perception
Illusion
misperception of real stimulus
hallucination
sensory perception without stimulus
auditory hallucination
h. of sound (most common voices)
visual hallucination
no external stimulus, but still see things
olfactory hallucination
smell things that arent there
tactile hallucination
feel things that arent there
somatic hallucination
feel things within the body (dif. than tactile hallucinations in that tactile is usually on outside of the body skin)
Dissorders of Thinking
Dissorders of thinking
distractability
attention drawn to irrelevant stimulus
pressure of speech
speech that is increased in amount accelaerated and difficult or impossible to inturrupt

manic episodes
shcizo
organic mentail dissoders
dimentia
poverty of speech
restricted, answers brief and unaloborate

manic episodes
shcizo
organic mentail dissoders
dimentia
preservation
persistent repition of words and ideas

Organic mental dissorders
shizo
psychotic dissorders
circumstantiality
speech that is inderect and gives too much details(wont get to the point)

OCD
tangentiality
strays from the topic and fails to return to the point
flight of ideas
continous flow with abrupt changes from topic to topic

manic episodes
organic metal disorders
schizo
loosening of associations
speech shifts from one subject to another that is completely unrelated

(think of watergate)
clanging
speech in which sounds rather than meaningful relationships govern word choice

rhyming and punning

schizo
manic depressant
neologisms
new words invented by the subject, distortions of words

schizophrenia
incoherence
speech that is not understandable: incoherence, illogical, no connection between phrases sentences

organic mental dissorders
schizo
blocking
lose thier train of thought, after seconds of silence cant recall
illogical thinking
contains obvious internal contradictions...may result from a delusional belief
Dellusion
false personal belief despite what everyone else believes
persecutory dellusion
a person or group is being harassed, cheated, persecuted
grandiose delusion
exagerated sense of ones importance
delusion of refrence
theme is that events, objects, or other poeple in the persons immediate environment is related to them
somatic delusion
delusions of the body...
people think they are pregnant when they are not
a person thinks their nose is horrible when its normal
poverty delusion
a person will become extremely poor
jealous dellusion
one sexual partner is unfaithful
delusion of being controlled
feelings thoughts and actions are being imposed by external control
Nihilistic Delusion
i no longer have a brain
there is no need to eat, because i have no insides
Bizarre Delusion
a false belief that is totally implausable
systematized delusion
single delusion with multiple elaborations related by a single event or theme
paranoid ideation
ideation, of less than delusional proportions, involving suspiciousness or the belief that one is being harassed, persecuted or unfairly treated
grandiosity
inflated appraisal of ones worth
ideas of refrence
idea held less firmly than a delusion..important significance
obsessions
recurrent and persistent sensless ideas
phobia
persistent irational fear
poverty of content of speech
adequate in amount, but conveys little information because of vagueness, content, etc
Magical thinking
the belief that you can will something into happening
anxiety
aprehension, tension, uneasiness
panic attacks
sudden onset of intense apprehension, fearfulness, or terror
dysphoric mood
unpleasant mood such as depression, irratability
irratable mood
internalized feeling of tension associated with being easily annoyed and provoked to anger
euthymic mood
normal range
elevated mood
more cheerful than normal
euphoric mood
exaggerated feeling of well being
expansive mood
lack of restrain in expressing ones feelings
Mood congruent psychotic features
delusions or hallucinations are connected to the mood
mood incongruent psychotic features
psychosis not connected to the mood
disturbance of orientation
confused about time of day, season, place, or who one is
Hypermnesia
exaggerated memory, ability to remember material that is not ordinarily availiby
amnesia
loss of memory
Antrograde Amnesia
loss of memory of events that occur after the onset
retrograde amnesia
loss of memory of events that occured before
confabulation
fabrications of facts..not consciously attempting to decieve
pseudodementia
clinical features resembling a dementia that are not due to organic brain dysfunciont or disease
dementia
a chronic, typically irreversible, loss of intellecutal functioning in consequence of organic brain pathology
deja vu
think its happened before
jamais vu
a person in a familiar situation percieves he has never experienced it before
fugue
a person suddenly leaves an activity to go on a journey, or wonder and it has nothing to do with what one was doing
depersonalization
an alteration of perception of experience...self estrangement
seeing oneself from above
insomnia
cant sleep
conversion symptom
loss or alteration of physical functioning that is psychologically based
neurotic/neuroses
no longer used...distressing symptoms, unwelcome psych state, not as severe as psychosis
psychotic/psychoses
gross impairment in reality..new reality
delusions or hallucinations
ego-syntonic
symptoms congruent with persons wishes, no desire to change
ego-dystonic
symptoms incongruent with persons wishes, desire to change