- EE (Expressed Emotion) : - EE (Expressed Emotion ) : EE otherwise known as Expressed emotion refers to an index of the degree to which family members speak in ways that reflect criticism, hostile feelings , and emotional over-involvement or over-concern with regard to the Schizophrenic individual.


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EE is the short form of Expressed emotion which is defined as an index of the degree to which family members speak in ways that reflect criticism, hostile feelings, and emotional overinvolvement or overconcern with regard to the schizophrenic individual. It is hostility, criticism, and overinvolvement demonstrated by some families toward a family member with a psychological disorder. This can often contribute to the person’s relapse.

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