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Synonyms for psychotic

characteristic of or suffering from psychosis

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The potential of anti psychotic drugs in preventing relapse of schizophrenia has been well documented during the past 50 years2.
Altogether they made 450 responses to identify psychotics, neurotics, and normal.
This set of subclinical psychotic experiences and traits which do not reach clinical threshold and are distributed throughout the general population are usually known as schizotypal traits and psychotic-like experiences (PLEs).
The main purpose of the development of the PRS label was to allow for the earlier identification of persons with psychotic conditions, that is, prodromal psychosis.
Our study results show that mismatch negativity deficits precede the onset of psychosis in clinical high risk individuals, and further shows that the larger the deficit, the more imminent the risk for conversion to a psychotic disorder, said Dr.
As such, individuals with these deficits may suffer a psychotic break when individuals without these deficits would not.
The landmark research could pave the way for coherent treatment for young people at risk of developing psychotic illnesses, which is not currently in place.
The present paper seeks to explore the nature of various positive countertransference responses typically experienced by therapists in their work with psychotic patients.
Scientists, led by Paul Amminger, from the Medical University of Vienna, said in a report: "The finding that treatment with a natural substance may prevent or at least delay the onset of psychotic disorder gives hope that there may be alternatives to antipsychotics for the prodromal (early symptomatic) phase.
Washington, Feb 2 (ANI): Fish oil supplements can help prevent full-blown psychotic illness in individuals at extremely high risk of developing psychosis, claims a new study.
In the psychotic patient one needs to focus specifically on the behaviour and appearance of the patient.
Some of the brain-altering effects, while possibly temporary, appear to make it more difficult for people to withdraw from these medications without psychotic reactions.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Results from the first large double-blind trials of an antiglucocorticoid agent for the treatment of psychotic depression suggest that subsets of patients may respond to mifepristone therapy, Dr.