Criteria and Background History Variation Perspective Perspective cont.

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Who is Males?
PPD is more common in this gender.

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What is out of one's mind?
Paranoid means this when translated from its greek origin.

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What is Fanatic Paranoid?
The paranoid variation that is characterized by delusions of grandeur and lost pride reestablished by extravagant claims and fantasies.

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What is Schizophrenia?
This disorder is genetically linked to PPD.

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What is the psychodynamic perspective?
Certain defense mechanisms like rationalization and displacement are noted in this perspective.

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What is Cluster A?
This is PPD cluster.

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Who is Birnbaum?
This individual spoke of paranoids as possessing overvalued ideas heavily charged with emotion.

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What is Narcissism?
The fanatic paranoid's distinguishing feature resembles this personality trait.

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What are positive symptoms?
PPD shares this class of symptoms with schizophrenia.

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What is the interpersonal perspective?
This perspective states that events that fail to confirm there suspicions only prove the deceitfulness of others.

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What is condescending parental influences?
This is PPD's parenting style.

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Who is Kraeplin?
This person narrowed the term paranoia in 1986 by restricting it to highly systematized and well contained delusions.

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What is Classical?
Due to the Obdurate paranoid's control and compartmentalized beliefs, they are often considered to be this form of paranoia.

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What is compulsive disorder?
This disorder is similar to PPD from the cognitive perspective.

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What is the interpersonal perspective?
The quote "It is not..." comes up in this perspective.

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What is distrustful and suspicious?
These are the 2 main criteria PPD is known for.

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Who is Karl Kahlbaum?
This person introduced paranoia as a separate mental illness.

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What is Power Issues?
Highly sensitive to these issues, the strategy of the malignant paranoid is to dominate you before you can dominate them.

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What is the Evolutionary perspective?
Paranoia can be viewed as having been reproductively beneficial from this perspective.

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What is the interpersonal perspective?
This perspective says that paranoids respect others but only in terms of their potential for harm.

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What is 0.5%-2.5%?
This is PPD prevalence in the general population.

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Who is Kraeplin?
These characteristics (mistrust, continuous feelings of being treated unjustly, and of being interfered) were noted by this person.

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What is Self Focused?
Extremely vulnerable, the insular paranoid seeks solace in these types of ways.

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What is the autonomic nervous system?
People with PPD are know to show heightened sensitivity in the portion of the nervous system.

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What is the Psychodynamic perspective?
This perspective says paranoids put psychological and geographical distance between themselves and others.

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