AUDIENCE EFFECT OF SOCIAL FACILITATION
CPZ SEDATIVE ROLE IN 1952.
OF CONFORMISTS [SOCIAL INFLUENCE]
publically and privately
to avoid social rejection
REGULATION EG PRISONS
vu - illusion or recognition of a situation
pensé - illusion of recognition of a new thought
of consciousness in which the patient is bewildered, disoriented and restless. There may be associated fear and hallucinations
jealousy, delusional jealousy, Othello's syndrome) delusional belief that one's spouse or lover is being unfaithful.
Delusions of reference
behaviour of others or objects and event (e.g. television broadcasts) believed to refer to oneself in particular. When similar
thoughts are held with less than delusional intensity they are called ideas of reference.
personal belief based on incorrect inference about external reality and firmly held despite evidence to the contrary. Not
explicable on the grounds of the patients cultural or social background.
Delusion (illusion) of doubles ( l'illusion de soises)
belief that a person known to an individual has been replaced by a double. It is seen in Capgras' syndrome.
and delusional significance is attached to a familiar real perception without any logical reason.
organic impairment of intellectual functioning without impairment of consciousness.
mechanism in which the subject acts as if consciously unaware of a wish or reality.
that one is unaltered or not real in some way.
form of psychomotor retardation which occurs in depression.
surrounding do not seem real.
mechanism in which thoughts an feelings about one person or object are transferred onto another.
in which there is a disturbance in the normal integration or awareness of identity, consciousness, memory and
control of body movements.
is frequently drawn to irrelevant external stimuli.
edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, published by the American Psychiatric Association, Washington DC (1994).
Multiaxial classification with 5 axes.
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