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November, 2012

How to treatment of schizophrenia?

How to treatment of schizophrenia?There are a lots of methods of treatment of schizophrenia. There are many patients a doctor can be selected under the guidance and advice more appropriate treatment options to modulating their condition. Antipsychotic medication Most people diagnosed with schizophrenia receive some form of medication, although dosages may be reduced or even […]

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Aetiology of schizophrenia

Genetic factors Schizophrenia has been at the centre of a scientific debate concerning the role of nature and nurture in the development of mental health problems. Perhaps the dominant model of the aetiology of schizophrenia has been biological, driven by genetic factors. Evidence relating to genetic factors has therefore been closely scrutinized and has not […]

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How to get rid of loneliness?

Loneliness to a negative psychological influence, in the long run, the state of the lonely people may produce anxiety, depression and other bad emotional experience, then affects a person’s study and work. So How to get rid of loneliness? Here are some methods to eliminate loneliness, I hope will help. 1, as the school and […]

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How to train a good state of mind?

Cultivate a good state of mind is very important for college students. College students have been able to some extent independent of the family, but most of the existence of a dependent. Encounter more problems in a relatively independent life, interpersonal problems, including peer relationships, relationships with the opposite sex, and the relationship with the […]

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DSM diagnostic criteria for schizophrenia

For a diagnosis of schizophrenia to be made, DSM-IV-TR states that two or more of the following symptoms should be present for a signifi cant period of time during a one-month period: delusions hallucinations disorganized speech: frequent derailment or incoherence grossly disorganized or behaviour negative symptoms: catatonic flattened mood, alogia or avolition. Only one of […]

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The nature of schizophrenia

The exact nature of schizophrenia remains hotly disputed. However, the consensus view is that it comprises a number of related disorders characterized by fundamental distortions of thinking and perception. Disturbances in thought processes are usually the most obvious symptom of schizophrenia. Conversations may lack coherence, jumping from topic to topic and idea to idea in […]

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How to treatment of conversion disorder

Studies of interventions in conversion disorder are largely uncontrolled studies of cohorts of people with the disorder or case studies. At the time of writing, few randomized controlled trials – the gold standard of intervention research – had been conducted. This makes it difficult to ascribe any successes found in the published research to the […]

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Aetiology of conversion disorder

Social processes Social factors are involved in the development of conversion disorder, at least on some occasions. The condition has been described as contagious, in that the sight or knowledge of one person with unexplained symptoms may trigger similar symptoms in others, particularly in situations where many people are grouped together and placed under some […]

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What is conversion disorder

 Long known as hysteria or hysterical conversion, the American Psychiatric Association now calls this condition conversion disorder. DSM-IV-TR provides the diagnostic criteria for this diagnosis: One or more symptoms or deficits affect voluntary motor or sensory function that suggest a neurological or other general medical condition. Psychological factors are judged to be associated with the […]

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How to treatment of body dysmorphic disorder

Treatment of body dysmorphic disorder include: Psychological treatment The most common psychological treatment for body dysmorphic disorder involves CBT. Exposure to avoided situations can include exposure to the sight of the individual’s own body or showing their perceived defect in social situations. Often, exposure programmes follow hierarchies of increasingly diffi cult to cope with body […]

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