Schizophrenic

Schizophrenic

Question #2- There is more in common between the most disturbed schizophrenic and the healthiest person then there is different. Discuss.

Current explanations of schizophrenia give emphasis to a combination of environmental stress, inherited susceptibility, and bio-chemical abnormalities. In schizophrenia, there is a split between thought and emotions, which may become faint, or very inappropriate. An individual diagnosed with schizophrenia would lose interest in external activities, discontinue contact with others, experience a breakdown of personal habits, incapable of dealing with daily events and experience delusions, hallucinations, and thought abnormalities found in other types of psychosis. A person diagnosed with schizophrenia is unable to form one item of information at a time. Their thoughts and actions are being controlled. Schizophrenia people usually have more than one personality and split between though and emotion. There is more than one type of schizophrenia: It may ultimately turn out to be a whole group of related disturbances. Out of the four major subtypes of schizophrenia, the Disorganized type is marked by incoherence, grossly disorganized behavior, bizarre thinking, and flat or grossly inappropriate emotions. Disorganized schizophrenia typically develops in early adolescence or young adulthood. It

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