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    Schizophrenia is considered to be one of the most serious and complex of all psychological disorders. Schizophrenia is characterized by a loss of contact with reality. Obvious symptoms of Schizophrenia include hallucinations, delusions, disturbed movement, and thought disorders. Although there are obvious symptoms, the different categories of the disorder do not include all of them. There are three different subtypes of schizophrenia; paranoid, disorganized, and catatonic. Individuals with schizophrenia have specific symptoms. One symptom of the disorder is hallucinations. Typically, the hallucinations are auditory. They may tell a person what to do or comment on the individual’s behavior. The auditory hallucinations act as the victim’s conscious…

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    There are a lot of different disorders, but schizophrenia may be one of the most popular. Schizophrenia is defined as a long-term psychological disorder involving a collapse within our thoughts, our feelings, and our behavior. Schizophrenia have different types of disorders, recovery and rehabilitation methods, and signs of the disorder. There are different types of schizophrenia that a person can encounter. According to Mental Health America, Paranoid, disorganized, catatonic, residual are some…

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    Living with Schizophrenia Christian Human Roane State Community College Abstract “Schizophrenia can be found in approximately 1.1% of the world’s population” (About Schizophrenia, 2008-2014). Schizophrenia effects not only the person suffering from it, but also his/her family. Literature Review Definitions Schizophrenia is a severe brain disorder in which people interpret reality abnormally (Schizophrenia Definition, N.D.). Paranoid Schizophrenia “is characterized by…

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    Disorganized Schizophrenia By: Melissa Trimble CLTCC 1. Definition: o This mental illness is chronic and has the individual experiencing extreme fluctuations of the thought process, showing symptoms of seeing things that are not there and behavior that has no reasoning or purpose. 2. Possible Causes/Risk Factors: o No one is sure of the cause, but there are theories of the cause behind this illness, one being a brain dysfunction caused by environmental or genetic factors. o…

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    There are many kinds of mental disorders that affect those around the world. Perhaps one of the most devastating is schizophrenia. Schizophrenia attacks the ability to distinguish between emotions and thoughts. Perhaps one of the most well-known cases of schizophrenia is Dr. John Forbes Nash. Recently deceased, Dr. Nash continues to be renowned for his theories and work in mathematics, and holds the 1994 Nobel Peace Prize and 2015 Abel Prize. All of these achievements coincide with his…

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    Schizophrenia means “split mind” but does not mean having multiple personalities. It is more of a split from reality. It is a chronic condition that usually surfaces for men in their early to mid 20s and for women in their late 20s (Crash Course). It is a unique disease with a variety of symptoms, subcategories, causes, and treatments. Schizophrenia is a complex brain disease with a variety of symptoms, subcategories, causes, and luckily treatments. Schizophrenia is characterized by many…

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    Kurt Snyder is a 34 year old male, who has schizophrenia. He developed schizophrenia when he was around 18 years old. He first started experience symptoms when he was in college. His first semester was great, he made very good grades. However, the second semester changed. He became disorganized, and ended the year with poor grades. He lost his scholarships for college. His first symptom was grandiose thinking. Here is an example, “I believed that I was going to discover some fabulous new…

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    These are unusual or dysfunctional ways of thinking. One form of this is called "disorganized thinking.”This is when a person has troubled planning their thoughts or organizing their logic. They often talk in a jumbled way that makes it difficult for others to understand.(Schizophrenia. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/schizophrenia/index.shtml) Another form is called "thought blocking.”This is when a person will completely stop talking in the direct middle of a…

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    An individual with schizophrenia usually displays three kinds of symptoms. First, positive symptoms are best explained as excesses in perception. To elaborate, positive symptoms include delusions and hallucinations. Delusions are maintained ideas or beliefs regardless of the fact that evidence has proven them to be false. Specifically, delusions can include the belief that your own thoughts are being controlled or even inserted into your brain by an external force. Other common delusions of…

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    million people in the world today suffer from the severe mental disorder called schizophrenia, and sadly, most of them are not being treated for it (Lane). Schizophrenia, by definition, is a chronic and severe mental disorder that affects how a person thinks, feels, and behaves (National Institute of Mental Health). This disorder makes it difficult for the afflicted to distinguish between what is real and what is not. This often makes it very hard for schizophrenic people to function normally in…

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