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Schizophrenic factors among the adolescencents in relation to socio and educational aspects

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Dr. Omprakash, H. M.
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The Abstract: Schizophrenia in Greek, “Split mind” a severe mental illness characterized by a variety of symptoms including but not limited to loss of contact with reality. • Bizarre Behavior • Disorganized Thinking • Disorganized Speech • Decreased emotional expressiveness • Diminished or loss of contact with reality • Diminished to total social with drawl. Schizophrenia is one of the most severe forms of psychopathology characterized by major disturbances in attention, perception, thought, emotions and behavior. Schizophrenia is characterized by positive and negative symptoms. Fundamental symptoms include through disturbance, withdrawal, and difficulties managing effect. Secondary symptoms include perception disorders such as hallucinations and grandiosity. Even symptoms may also be non-schizophrenic in nature such as anxiety, depression and psychosomatic symptoms. The world adolescence comes from the Latin verb adolescence, which means “to grow” or to grow to maturity”. Adolescence is a part of transition when the individual changes physically and psychologically from a child to an adult. It is much more their one rung up the ladder from childhood. It is the period, which beings with puberty and ends with general cessation of physical growth it emerges from the later childhood stage and merges into adulthood, it is a built in necessary transition period for ago development Psychologists have defined adolescences in the following ways: Jean Piaget: defines adolescence as “the age of great ideals and beginning of theories as well as the time of simple adaptation of life. Stanley Hall: describes the period of adolescence as “a period of great stress and strain storm and strife”.

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