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#25 - Is that James Willems?  [+] (1 reply) 04/16/2015 on mini tutorials +14
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#26 - bodeejus (04/16/2015) [-]
Everything but the lips.
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#75 - No they were claiming to have persistent and ongoing auditory …  [+] (2 replies) 06/20/2014 on WTF Facts Compilation - Part 7 0
#111 - mclaughlinar (06/20/2014) [-]
Ok, well according to the DSM-4 (keeping in mind that in the 70's they were using the DSM-2, which still classified homosexuality as a mental disorder) classified schizophrenia as presenting with any 2 characteristic symptoms including, delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech, catatonic behavior, and negative symptoms (affective flattening). Also if the voices were talking to each other they only need ONE symptom.

I'm fairly certain that they met the criteria for schizophrenia at that time, since they may have met the criteria for a much newer DSM.

All I'm saying is they were properly diagnosed based on the information that the doctors had.

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#194 - desperatedan (06/20/2014) [-]
But the thing is these auditory hallucinations were not talking to one another and were not bizarre or an ongoing commentary on behaviour so they technically did not meet the criteria. They did not present any other symptoms, negative or positive, and appeared to be healthy and normal individuals. What the research highlighted was the subjective nature of a psychiatrists diagnosis and the varied treatment institutions would give to what was essentially the same illness between each fake patient.
#119 - No, absolutely not.  [+] (3 replies) 04/13/2014 on Someone had to say it +2
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#120 - butterisgood (04/13/2014) [-]
are you sure dude

thats what it seems like
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#174 - chimpaflimp (04/13/2014) [-]
It's pretty much being constantly super bummed out to the point where you can't really do anything to make yourself feel better. I don't have it, but know people who do.
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#194 - butterisgood (04/13/2014) [-]
oh, i see
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