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what is delusions of grandeur
A 38-year-old member asked:
34 years experience Clinical Psychology
I don't think.there: Is much difference. Delusions of grandieur is a term used by professionals to describe unrealistic imaginary abilities someone thinks they have; i.e., ... Read More
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31 years experience Psychiatry
Grandeur: Are false beliefs of one's own superiority or fame or unlimited powers.
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41 years experience Psychiatry
Grandeur: Delusions of grandeur can appear in several kinds of illnesses, such as bipolar disorder in a manic episode, schizoaffective disorder, and some schizo ... Read More
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23 years experience Clinical Psychology
False importance: Delusions are beliefs detached from a generally accepted "reality" as most people would define it. For example, a middle aged man thinks he is going t ... Read More
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