04.02.09 - dimensions of schizophrenia
- University of Tennessee - Knoxville
- Psychology 330
- 04.02.09 - dimensions of schizophrenia
Last Modified: 2011-07-06
Related Textbooks:Essentials of Abnormal Psychology (with CD-ROM)
what are some problems with the subtypes of schizophrenia (paranoid, disorganized, and catatonic)?
- mere categorization which doesn't imply validity
- circularity of reasoning
- regarding subtypes, a person has to be this OR that, not both, like dimensions permit
dimensions of schizophrenia are based on degrees!
1. process- reactive
3. paranoid- non-paranoid
1. long history of inadequate social, sexual, and occupational adjustment
2. socially withdrawn
3. no regular dating, unmarried
4. poor pre-morbid hygiene
1. good premorbid adjustment
2. normal history
3. symptoms are sudden and spectatular
there is research supporting two different kinds of schizophrenia... type I and type II. which kinds of symptoms correlate with both of these?
type I = _______
type II= _______
type I: positive
type II: negative
paranoid and nonparanoid schizophrenics have shown ties and relatedness in scoring on the continuum with what other dimension of schizophrenia?
are subtypes and dimensions of schizophrenia the same thing? why or why not?
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