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Évolution nosographique de la schizophrénie et « entente de voix »

Abstract : This master’s thesis deals with nosographic evolution of schizophrenia from DSM-IV-TR to DSM-5, using Clinician-Rated Dimensions of Psychosis Symptom Severity. This study also addresses the acoustic-verbal Hallucinations of “Voice hearers“, using the Maastricht Interview developed by Romme and Escher (2000) to offer research aiming to be less stigmatizing and that is not reducible to symptomatology. The personality structure of Voice hearers is explored using the Rorschach test to assert or invalidate the relationship with the psychotic structure. Alternative or concurrent treatment perspectives are also discussed and this work ends with the limitations of the study and proposals for future research.
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Arthur Braun. Évolution nosographique de la schizophrénie et « entente de voix ». Psychologie. 2017. ⟨hal-01644271⟩

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