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25 Jul

Positive, Negative, and Cognitive Symptoms: What’s the Difference?

The symptoms of schizophrenia are wide-ranging and can vary from person to person, but they can be categorized into three types: positive, negative, and cognitive. These symptoms typically begin to appear between ages 16 and 30. Positive symptoms of schizophrenia are actions or occurrences that are “added” to a person’s behavior when they begin to […]

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20 Jun

When Do Symptoms of Schizophrenia Appear?

Symptoms of Schizophrenia and Times of Onset The symptoms of schizophrenia vary in different cases, as do the ages that symptoms appear in different patients. The manner in which schizophrenia develops and manifests depends on the onset, severity, and duration of the symptoms, according to the Brain and Behavior Research Foundation. People do not often […]

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06 Jun

How Does a Person With Psychosis Act?

Psychosis rears its head in many different ways in different patients. Some people experiencing psychosis may have positive experiences, like seeing a deceased loved one or hearing his or her voice. But others have much more negative experiences, which can lead to harmful thoughts and behaviors and contribute to the stigmas we place on people […]

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