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Residual phase refers to a period in the course of schizophrenia, following the active phase, in which there are continuing indications of disturbance, evidenced by the same kinds of behaviors that characterize the prodromal phase.

Residual schizophrenia refers to a type of schizophrenia characterized by the absence of prominent delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech, and grossly disorganized and catatonic behavior despite continuing evidence of a disturbance.

Residual type of schizophrenia refers to a diagnostic category for people who have experienced at least one episode of schizophrenia and who no longer display its major symptoms but still show some bizarre thoughts or social withdrawal. Residual type schizophrenia is a category reserved for individuals who have had at least one episode of schizophrenia but no longer display schizophrenic features; some evidence of bizarre thoughts and/or social withdrawal remain.

Deutsch: Rücktritt / Español: Renuncia / Português: Renúncia / Français: Démission / Italiano: Dimissioni

Resignation in the field of psychology refers to a state of passive acceptance and withdrawal in the face of adversity or stress. This mental condition often emerges when individuals feel overwhelmed by their circumstances, leading them to give up efforts to change or improve their situation.

Resiliance means how well a person can cope and return to normal during times of stress.

Resilience refers to the ability to avoid negative outcomes despite being at risk for psychopathology.

Resipiscent means having returned to a saner mind.

Deutsch: Widerstand / Español: Resistencia / Português: Resistência / Français: Résistance / Italiano: Resistenza

Resistance is the unconscious blocking of anxiety-provoking thoughts or feelings.

In psychology, resistance refers to the phenomenon where individuals unconsciously defend themselves against certain thoughts, feelings, or behaviors that are perceived as threatening. This concept is particularly prominent in psychoanalytic and psychodynamic therapies, where it is seen as an important indicator of significant underlying issues that the individual is not yet ready to confront.