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Englisch - Türkisch
(isim) şizofreni
(Tıp) Şahsiyetin ikiye bölünmesi arazını gösteren bir akıl hasatlığı, demans prekoz, şizofreni
i., ruhb. şizofreni

Numeroloji şizofreni gibidir. - Numerology is like schizophrenia.

Fadıl bir çeşit şizofreniden muzdaripti. - Fadil was suffering from a type of schizophrenia.

erken bunama

Tom'a paranoid şizofren tanısı konulmuş. - Tom has been diagnosed paranoid schizophrenic.

Tom'un şizofrenik olduğunu sanmıyorum. - I don't think Tom is schizophrenic.

borderline schizophrenia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) sınırdaki şizofreni
latent schizophrenia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) gizli şizofreni
reactive schizophrenia
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tepkisel şizofreni
(Tıp) Şizofreni ile alakalı olan, şizofreniyi ilgilendiren
sizofreni ile ilgili
{s} şizofreni ile ilgili
s., ruhb. şizofrenik. i. şizofren
{s} şizofrenik

Şizofrenik olduğunu sanmıyorum. - I don't think you're schizophrenic.

Bazı insanlar Tom'un şizofrenik olduğunu düşünüyor. - Some people think Tom is schizophrenic.

Englisch - Englisch
Any condition in which disparate or mutually exclusive activities coexist
A psychiatric diagnosis denoting a persistent, often chronic, mental illness variously affecting behavior, thinking, and emotion
a severe disorder characterized by bizarre behavior, loss of reality contact, distortions of thinking and abnormal perceptions Separation Anxiety Disorder an Anxiety Disorder characterized by an infant's or child's fear and apprehension on being removed from the parent or parent figure
any of several psychotic disorders characterized by distortions of reality and disturbances of thought and language and withdrawal from social contact
—A group of mental disorders characterized by abnormal thoughts, moods, and actions; sufferers have a distorted sense of reality and thoughts that do not logically fit together
A mental disorder that causes a separation between the thought processes and the emotions Consumers may experience confusion of reality with hallucinations and/or delusions and may become paranoid A change in personality with bizarre behavior may occur
{i} (Psychology) severe psychotic disorder characterized by psychosis (also characterized by agitation, catatonia, confusion, hallucinations, unusual behavior and extensive withdrawal); insulting term for a condition characterized by conflicting behavior or attitudes; term used in an informal manner to indicate a split personality (Slang)
A large family of nervous system disorders characterized by disturbances of thought, delusions, inappropriate affect or antisocial behavior
A mental disorder or heterogeneous group of disorders (the schizophrenias or schizophrenic disorders) comprising most major psychotic disorders and characterized by disturbances in form and content of thought (loosening of associations, delusions and hallucinations) mood (blunted, flattened or inappropriate affect), sense of self and relationship to the external world (loss of ego boundaries, dereistic thinking and autistic withdrawal) and behavior (bizarre, apparently purposeless and stereotyped activity or inactivity)
A psychotic disorder or disorders marked by some or all of these symptoms: delusions, hallucinations, disorganized and incoherent speech, severe emotional abnormalities, and withdrawal into an inner world
A severe psychological disorder characterized by strange, false beliefs and distorted perceptions (pp 90,556)
A severe emotional disorder of psychotic depth characteristically marked by a retreat from reality with delusion formation, hallucinations, emotional disharmony, and regressive behavior
Schizophrenia is a serious mental illness. People who suffer from it are unable to relate their thoughts and feelings to what is happening around them and often withdraw from society. a serious mental illness in which someone's thoughts and feelings are not based on what is really happening around them (schizophrenie, from schizo- (from schizein; SCHISM) + phren ). Any of a group of severe mental disorders that have in common symptoms such as hallucinations, delusions, blunted emotions, disorganized thinking, and withdrawal from reality. Four main types are recognized: the paranoid, characterized by delusions of persecution or grandeur combined with unrealistic, illogical thinking and frequent auditory hallucinations; the disorganized (hebephrenic), characterized by disordered speech and behaviour and shallow or inappropriate emotional responses; the catatonic, characterized by motor inflexibility, stupor, or stereotyped movements along with mutism, echolalia, or other speech abnormalities; and the undifferentiated, a nonspecific type. Schizophrenia seems to occur in 0.5-1% of the general population. There is strong evidence that genetic inheritance plays a role, but no single cause has been identified. Stressful life experiences may help trigger its onset. Treatment consists of drug therapy and counseling. About one-third of all patients make a full recovery, one-third have recurring episodes, and one-third deteriorate into a chronic condition
The name given to a range of conditions in which the person appears to present two personalities The precise definition and the causes of schizophrenia are the subject of international debate among experts
A class of disorders involving severe distortions of realityschizophrenia (124 0K)
The most common type of psychosis, characterized by extensive withdrawal of the individual's interest from other people and the outside world and the investment of it in his/her own self
disorganized schizophrenia
A form of schizophrenia marked by disorganized behavior and speech aswell as inappropriate emotional responses or affect
paranoid schizophrenia
A form of schizophrenia that is accompanied by delusions, either of persecution, grandeur or jealousy
Afflicted with schizophrenia; having difficulty with perception of reality
Behaving as if one has more than one personality
A person suffering from schizophrenia
Paranoid schizophrenia
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) Schizophrenia characterized especially by persecutory or grandiose delusions or hallucinations or by delusional jealousy
borderline schizophrenia
schizophrenia characterized by mild symptoms or by some preexisting tendency to schizophrenia
catatonic schizophrenia
a form of schizophrenia characterized by a tendency to remain in a fixed stuporous state for long periods; the catatonia may give way to short periods of extreme excitement
paranoid schizophrenia
mental illness that combines schizophrenia with paranoia
paranoid schizophrenia
a form of schizophrenia characterized by delusions (of persecution or grandeur or jealousy); symptoms may include anger and anxiety and aloofness and doubts about gender identity; unlike other types of schizophrenia the patients are usually presentable and (if delusions are not acted on) may function in an apparently normal manner
suffering from a form of schizophrenia characterized by foolish mannerisms and senseless laughter along with delusions and regressive behavior
someone who is afflicted with schizophrenia
someone who is afflicted with schizophrenia suffering from some form of schizophrenia; "schizophrenic patients
Someone's attitude or behaviour can be described as schizophrenic when they seem to have very different opinions or purposes at different times. the schizophrenic mood of the American public. someone who has schizophrenia
Of or pertaining to schizophrenia
suffering from some form of schizophrenia; "schizophrenic patients"
{i} (Psychology) one who suffers from schizophrenia (severe psychotic disorder)
{s} (Psychology) suffering from schizophrenia (severe psychotic disorder)
of or relating to or characteristic of schizophrenia
A schizophrenic is a person who is suffering from schizophrenia. He was diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic. Schizophrenic is also an adjective. a schizophrenic patient. schizophrenic tendencies



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˌskətsəˈfrēnēə/ /ˌskɪtsəˈfriːniːə/


    [ "skit-s&-'frE-nE-& ] (noun.) 1912. First attested 1910, from germanized Greek Schizophrenie "split mind", coined by Eugen Bleuler, from schizo-, from Ancient Greek σχίζω (skhizō, “I tear, split, cut”) + φρήν (phrēn, “mind, brain, diaphragm”).

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