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Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia

What signs are generally regarded as negative symptoms? What etiological factors contribute to a negative symptom presentation?

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Schizophrenia

“Distress” hardly captures the inner world of those with severe forms of psychotic illnesses. Terms like “agony,” “torment,” and “anguish” would be much closer to the mark, for many patients.

What signs are generally regarded as negative symptoms? What etiological factors contribute to a negative symptom presentation? How to treat these symptoms? Insights here.

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