Schizophrenia

Jessica Loy
Quiz by Jessica Loy, updated more than 1 year ago
Jessica Loy
Created by Jessica Loy about 2 years ago
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Quiz 1 of Schizophrenia, without medications

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Question 1

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A persistent false psychotic belief regarding oneself, other people or objects despite evidence to the contrary. Positive
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  • Hallucination (Positive)
  • Illusion (Positive)
  • Delusion (Positive)

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The thought or belief someone is out to get you
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  • Paranoia
  • Persecution
  • Delusion

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Power, Importance, elevation above others.
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  • Grandeur
  • Magical Thinking
  • Nihilistic

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Events or signs thought to be for the person
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  • Loose association or derailment
  • Magical Thinking
  • Reference

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Irrational thinking that someone is talking about or mocking them
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  • Control or influence
  • Loose association or derailment
  • Ideas of reference

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Certain objects or people have control over their behavior such as a dentist or doctor placing a chip in them.
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  • Control of influence
  • Paranoia
  • Magical Thinking

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The false idea about the functioning of the body
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  • Magical Thinking
  • Nihilistic
  • Somatic

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Believing a part of them doesn't exist
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  • Paranoia
  • Nihilistic
  • Alogia

Question 9

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The person has ideas that shift from one unrelated subject to the next
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  • Neologisms
  • Ideas of Reference
  • Loose association or derailment

Question 10

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Decreased speech
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  • Alogia (Negative)
  • Mutism (Negative)
  • Angeria (Negative)

Question 11

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A group of words put together randomly without logical connection
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  • Clang Association
  • Word Salad
  • Neologisms

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Creating new words or expressions that have meaning to the individual but not to the common person
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  • Neologisms (Positive)
  • Word Salad
  • Clang Associations (Positive)

Question 13

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Words they use rhyme, start with the same letter, rhythmic patterns
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  • Neologisms (Positive)
  • Word Salad
  • Clang associations (Positive)

Question 14

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Excessive demonstration of religious ideas about behaviors
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  • Religiosity
  • Grandeur
  • Magical thinking

Question 15

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Extreme thoughts or feelings of suspicion
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  • Persecution
  • Delusions (Positive)
  • Paranoia (Positive)

Question 16

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The belief that one's ideas, thoughts, wishes, or actions can influence the course of events in the physical world.
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  • Reference
  • Control or influence
  • Magical Thinking (Positive)

Question 17

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Inability or refusal to speak
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  • Mutism
  • Alogia
  • Nihilistic

Question 18

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Repeating the words they hear
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  • Echopraxia (Positive)
  • Echolocation
  • Echolalia (Positive)

Question 19

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Imitating the movements they see
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  • Echolocation
  • Echolalia (Positive)
  • Echopraxia (Positive)

Question 20

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Your focus is inward, distorted thoughts about what your world is but you are taking it inward and excluding the environment
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  • Regression (Negative)
  • Anhedonia (Negative)
  • Autism (Positive)

Question 21

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Emotionless state
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  • Blunt or Flat affect (Negative)
  • Anergia (Negative)
  • Anhedonia (Negative)

Question 22

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The lack of energy to do anything
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  • Regression (Negative)
  • Anhedonia (Negative)
  • Anergia (Negative)

Question 23

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Inability to derive pleasure from things
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  • Autism (Positive)
  • Anergia (Negative)
  • Anhedonia (Negative)

Question 24

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Returning oneself to an earlier less developed point in life to help reduce anxiety
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  • Autism (Positive)
  • Regression (Negative)
  • Reference

Question 25

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How many different Schizophrenia sub types are there?
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  • 4
  • 6
  • 5

Question 26

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[blank_start]Paranoid[blank_end] Sub-type: Primarily deals with hallucinations and delusions
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  • Paranoid

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[blank_start]Disorganized[blank_end] Sub-type: disorganized and unintelligible speech, bizarre behaviors, flat affect
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  • Disorganized

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[blank_start]Catatonic[blank_end] Sub-type: changes in motor activity and responsiveness to environment
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  • Catatonic

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[blank_start]Undifferentiated[blank_end] Sub-type: Not easily classified as any other sub-type
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  • Undifferentiated

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[blank_start]Residual[blank_end] Sub-type: previous psychotic symptoms are no longer evident, has to have had at least one psychotic episode previously
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  • Residual

Question 31

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What are positive symptoms or acute symptoms that are seen early on? (Check all that apply)
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  • Paranoia
  • Magical Thinking
  • Waxy Flexibility
  • Delusions
  • Clang Associations
  • Echolalia
  • Regression
  • Hallucinations
  • Echopraxia
  • Neologisms

Question 32

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What are negative symptoms that develop overtime, or behavior alterations?
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  • Echopraxia
  • Echolalia
  • Flat Affect
  • Regression
  • Apathy
  • Anhedonia
  • Waxy flexibility
  • Autism
  • Magical Thinking
  • Anergia

Question 33

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Olfactory is
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  • Smelling
  • Tasting

Question 34

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Gustatory is
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  • Tasting
  • Smelling

Question 35

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What is Paranoid Type?
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  • People exhibit a number of classic symptoms but undefined
  • Disorganized unintelligible speech
  • A lingering evidence of unusual behavior and blunted affect
  • Prominent hallucinations or delusions
  • Decreased motor activity and responsiveness

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What is Disorganized Type?
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  • Disorganized unintelligible speech
  • Prominent hallucinations or delusions
  • People exhibit a number of classic symptoms but undefined
  • Decreased motor activity and responsiveness
  • A lingering evidence of unusual behavior and blunted affect

Question 37

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What is Catatonic Type?
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  • Prominent hallucinations or delusions
  • Disorganized unintelligible speech
  • A lingering evidence of unusual behavior and blunted affect
  • Decreased motor activity and responsiveness
  • People exhibit a number of classic symptoms but undefined

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What is Undifferentiated Type?
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  • Decreased motor activity and responsiveness
  • A lingering evidence of unusual behavior and blunted affect
  • Prominent hallucinations or delusions
  • Disorganized unintelligible speech
  • People exhibit a number of classic symptoms but undefined

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What is Residual Type?
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  • A lingering evidence of unusual behavior and blunted affect
  • People exhibit a number of classic symptoms but undefined
  • Disorganized unintelligible speech
  • Decreased motor activity and responsiveness
  • Prominent hallucinations or delusions

Question 40

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Approximately [blank_start]20[blank_end]% of people with schizophrenia attempt suicide, while about [blank_start]5[blank_end]% actually do commit a fatal attempt
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  • 20
  • 5

Question 41

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What is Schizoaffective disorder?
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  • Schizophrenic symptoms that last at least 1 month but less than 6 months (typically used as a preliminary diagnosis for schizophrenia)
  • Mood episode and active symptoms of schizophrenia occur together precede by at least 2 weeks of delusions and hallucinations
  • Delusional thoughts coinciding with life situations that could be true and last for at least 1 month

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What is Schizophreniform disorder?
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  • Schizophrenic symptoms that last at least 1 month but less than 6 months (typically used as a preliminary diagnosis for schizophrenia)
  • Short periods of psychotic behavior, usually in response to a crisis or severely stressful event with quick recovery (i.e catastrophic loss such as tornado or hurricane, plane crash)
  • Mood episode and active symptoms of schizophrenia occur together precede by at least 2 weeks of delusions and hallucinations

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What is Brief psychotic disorder?
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  • Result of the use of or withdrawal of a drug or substance such as alcohol, cocaine, or methamphetamine
  • Delusional thoughts coinciding with life situations that could be true and last for at least 1 month
  • Short periods of psychotic behavior, usually in response to a crisis or severely stressful event with quick recovery (i.e catastrophic loss such as tornado or hurricane, plane crash)

Question 44

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What is Delusional disorder?
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  • Delusional thoughts coinciding with life situations that could be true and last for at least 1 month
  • Result of a condition that comprises brain function such as dementia, delirium, trauma, or brain tumor
  • Mood episode and active symptoms of schizophrenia occur together precede by at least 2 weeks of delusions and hallucinations

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What is Catatonia?
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  • Result of a condition that comprises brain function such as dementia, delirium, trauma, or brain tumor
  • Result of the use of or withdrawal of a drug or substance such as alcohol, cocaine, or methamphetamine
  • Marked psychomotor disturbance with 3 or more of 12 psychomotor features (stupor, catalepsy, waxy flexibility, mutism, negativism, posturing, mannerism, stereotypy, agitation, grimacing, echolalia, echopraxia)

Question 46

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What is Psychotic disorder due to another medical condition?
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  • Result of the use of or withdrawal of a drug or substance such as alcohol, cocaine, or methamphetamine
  • Result of a condition that comprises brain function such as dementia, delirium, trauma, or brain tumor
  • Marked psychomotor disturbance with 3 or more of 12 psychomotor features

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What is Substance- induced psychotic disorder?
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  • Short periods of psychotic behavior, usually in response to a crisis or severely stressful event with quick recovery
  • Result of the use of or withdrawal of a drug or substance such as alcohol, cocaine, or methamphetamine
  • Marked psychomotor disturbance with 3 or more of 12 psychomotor features

Question 48

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Phase 1 of Schizophrenia?
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  • Prodromal
  • Premorbid
  • Schizophrenia
  • Residual

Question 49

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Phase 2 of Schizophrenia?
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  • Prodromal
  • Schizophrenia
  • Premorbid
  • Residual

Question 50

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Phase 3 of Schizophrenia?
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  • Schizophrenia
  • Premorbid
  • Residual
  • Prodromal

Question 51

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What is the Premorbid phase of Schizophrenia?
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  • Social maladjustment or withdrawal
  • Delusions, hallucinations, incoherent speech( words salada, clang associations ), waxy flexibility
  • Just before fully developed illness is apparent.
  • Periods of remission and exacerbation

Question 52

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What is the Prodromal phase of Schizophrenia?
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  • Just before fully developed illness is apparent.
  • Social maladjustment or withdrawal
  • Periods of remission and exacerbation

Question 53

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How long does the Prodromal phase last? Causes substantial dysfunction in life.
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  • People have been in this phase for up to 1- 4 years in general.
  • People have been in this phase for up to 1 - 2 years in general.
  • People have been in this phase for up to 2 - 5 years in general.

Question 54

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How long does the Schizophrenia phase 3 last?
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  • lifelong
  • 6 months
  • 1 year

Question 55

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What is the General Behaviour of people with psychotic disorders?
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  • Markedly impaired understanding of current symptoms and behavior
  • Severe personality compensation, marked impairment of contact with reality; severe impairment of personal and social functioning
  • Frequent apparent loss of orientation to time, place or person

Question 56

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What is the nature of symptoms in a psychotic disorder?
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  • Wide range of symptoms, extreme deviations in thought, affect and action (delusions, hallucinations, emotional blunting, bizarre behavior)
  • Emphasis on biochemical abnormalities, maladaptive learning, decompensations under excessive stress
  • Often extreme changes in activity level; in some cases may be injurous to self & or others; high risk of suicide

Question 57

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What is the insight/ self-understanding in a psychotic disorder?
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  • Frequent apparent loss of orientation to time, place or person
  • Markedly impaired understanding of current symptoms and behavior
  • Severe personality compensation, marked impairment of contact with reality

Question 58

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What is the physical behavior of someone with psychotic disorder?
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  • Often extreme changes in activity level; in some cases may be injurous to self & or others; high risk of suicide
  • Wide range of symptoms, extreme deviations in thought, affect and action
  • Severe personality compensation

Question 59

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There are [blank_start]7[blank_end] Delusional Disorders
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  • 7

Question 60

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To diagnose delusional disorder must be symptomatic for 1 month and can still work and function.
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  • True
  • False

Question 61

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Non-bizarre disorder is a more realistic belief such as you are being followed or poisoned.
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  • True
  • False

Question 62

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Bizarre disorder is less believable such as you have no heart or someone stole your stomach.
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  • True
  • False

Question 63

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Erotomanic disoder is the believe another person such as someone famous loves them or wants them.
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  • True
  • False

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Grandeous disorder is a person that has an elevated and exaggerated sense of self.
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  • True
  • False

Question 65

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Somatic disorder is the belief in a body alteration or disease that doesn't exist
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  • True
  • False

Question 66

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Jealous disorder if the idea a partner is unfaithful and they will constantly search for proof.
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  • True
  • False

Question 67

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Persecutory the belief you are being spied on, constantly calling the cops on the neighbor because they are up to something.
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  • True
  • False
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