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schizophrenia

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A psychological disorder that lasts for at least 6 months and includes at least 1 month of active-phase symptoms (two or more of the following; delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech, grossly disorganized or catatonic behavior, negative symptoms). Subtypes of schizophrenia include paranoid, disorganized, catatonic, undifferentiated and residual).
Usage: The patient in the hospital was diagnosed as suffering from schizophrenia.

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(Noun) This is a psychiatric diagnosis, which is confused too often with split personality yet, society is growing into more average understanding of this diagonisis.
This diagnosis is characterized by false perceptions of actuality and reality.
Symptoms include:
Hallucinations of all five senses including taste.
Delusions where there is an untrue belief (example: there are bugs talking or that there is fame when there is none).
Speech that does not make common sense and thinking that does not connect known facts.
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illness where sufferer hears 'voices' and suffers paranoia
Usage: the schizophrenia sufferer hears 'voices' and suffers paranoia.

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(Verb) your mind become duality. Two personalities
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(Noun) a severe psychological disorder characterized by loss of contact with reality, hallucination, delusions and bizarre behaviour; it affects about 1 person in a hundred
Usage: A person with schizopherenia may become frozen in an unusual position, like a statue, for hours at a time.

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(Noun) a disease where people see things that aren't really there

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