Theory (1962) which is also known as Arousal-Interpretation Theory refers to one of the best-known approaches to emotions which can be said to have started the modern
pleasure derived from the misfortunes of others.
Schematic Propositional Associative and Analogic Representational Systems (SPAARS) refers to one of the most interesting multi-level theories of emotions put forward by Power and Dalgleish (1977).
episode , a manic episode, or a mixed episode while also meeting the diagnostic criteria for schizophrenia. Schizoaffective disorder also refers to a psychotic disorder featuring symptoms of both schizophrenia and major mood disorder.
Schizoid personality disorder refers to a syndrome marked by a chronic lack of interest in and avoidance of interpersonal relationships as well as emotional coldness in interactions with others; a Cluster A personality disorder characterized by social withdrawal and/or odd or strange mannerisms; symptoms include magical thinking, ideas of reference, illusions, and derealization.
etiology characterized by disturbances in thinking, mood, and behavior.
Schizophrenia spectrum disorders is a term used by some researchers to characterize a continuum of disorders, including Schizophrenia, Schizoid personality disorder, and Schizotypal personality disorder .
Schizophrenia , catatonic type refers to a type of Schizophrenia characterized by a variety of bodily movement abnormalities.
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