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What are symptoms of schizoaffective disorder?
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Dr. Glen Elliott
Pediatrics - Psychiatry
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In brief: Mood/psychosis
By definition, individuals with this disorder have changes in mood (mania or depression) and changes in reality testing (hallucinations, delusions, impaired thinking).
The exact presentation varies, depending on the severity of the symptoms, but it typically is quite impairing.

In brief: Mood/psychosis
By definition, individuals with this disorder have changes in mood (mania or depression) and changes in reality testing (hallucinations, delusions, impaired thinking).
The exact presentation varies, depending on the severity of the symptoms, but it typically is quite impairing.
Dr. Glen Elliott
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Dr. Andrew Berry
Clinical Psychology
In brief: Schizoaffective
Schizoaffective disorder is an extremely serious illness that can be thought of as a combination of schizophrenic (psychosis) and bipolar disorder (the old term being manic depression) with involves extreme mood swings.

In brief: Schizoaffective
Schizoaffective disorder is an extremely serious illness that can be thought of as a combination of schizophrenic (psychosis) and bipolar disorder (the old term being manic depression) with involves extreme mood swings.
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