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When diagnosing schizophrenia, a negative category of symptoms refers to ___________. (1 point) Hebephrenic behavior Confused thinking and speech to the point of incompressibility Things that should not be present in an individual Things that should be present in an individual

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negative symptoms are chracterised by decreased function...include affective flattening attention impairment avolition apathy lack of initiative anhedonia inabilty to experience pleasure asociality social withdrawal alogia lack of speech output negative symptoms respond better to atypical antipsychotics like clozapine olanzapine quitapine and risperidone
so refers to things which should be present but decreased?think and choose

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