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what is the first phase of a mental disorder?
Premorbid- before symptoms begin
What is the second phase of a mental disorder?
Prodromal- the first signs and symptoms
What is the third phase of a mental illness?
Active- criteria have been met to Dx
What is the fourth phase of a mental illness?
residual- recovering, some criteria still met
what is the 5th phase of a mental illness?
Remission- symptoms have subsided but will recur
What is the 6th phase of a mental illness?
Relapse- return of all Sx
What is the 7th phase of mental illness?
Recovery- patient takes responsibility for Sx
What is the 8th phase of a mental illness?
Rehabilitation- patient has learned to manage his/her disease
What are the 4 indicators for an increased BPRS rating?
Duration/ frequency
Impairment
Preoccupation
Irrationality/delusion
What are the 3 factors for determining suicide risk?
Plan
Intent
Ideation
Axis I
Mental disorders
Axis II
Personality disorders or mental retardation
Axis III
General medical conditions
Axis IV
Psychosocial & environmental conditions
Axis V
GAF
Global Assessment of Functioning
Negative symptoms
Deficits in functioning
Positive symptoms
behavioral excesses
Egodystonic
foreign
egosyntonic
familiar
What two factors turn Sx into a Dx?
Distress and disability