1. Which of these subtypes refers to an individual that has shown signs of Schizophrenia in the past, but they are no longer prominent?
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2. Which type of antipsychotics could potentially cause Tardive Dyskinesia?
3. One negative symptom of Schizophrenia is Affective flattening (of Flat Affect), this is...
- where the intensity of emotion is reduced
- the difficulty in forming coherent sentences
- the in ability to carry out goal-directed behaviour
- where your body shuts down and stiffens
4. Who did the famous study on being sane in insane places where pseuopatients were sent to 12 different hospitals claiming to hear the words, "thud", "empty" and "hollow"?
5. Who stated that the more genetic relatedness you share with a Schizophrenic individual, the more likely you are to develop Schizophrenia?
- Jackson and Birchwood