Schizophrenia - Schizophrenia is a severe and chronic condition and is a mental disorder that affects how a person thinks, feels or acts. It is characterized by abnormal social behavior and failure to realize what is real.
Depression - A state of low mood and withdrawal from activity affecting the person’s thoughts, behavior, feelings and also sense of well-being.
Somatic - Pertaining to, or relating to, the body of a living being.
Grandiose - Extravagant presentation of self, conceived on a very grand scale.
Persecution - Consistent and systematic ill treatment or mistreatment of an individual or group of people by someone or a group of people.
Nihilistic - Pertaining to nihilism. Nihilism refers to extreme pessimism that condemns existence. The person with nihilistic tendencies believes in nothing, has no loyalties or purpose of existence.
Delusion - A belief that is held on rigidly despite evidence to the contrary.
Hallucination - Hallucination is a perception located in external objective space, but in the absence of external stimulus.
Delusional disorder - A psychiatric condition presenting with delusions only, in the absence of any thought or mood disorder or accompanying hallucinations.
Delirium - An acute state of confusion, caused by a decline from a previously well-functioning baseline level of cognitive function. Delirium is usually organic in origin.
Dementia - Brain diseases that causes a slow decrease in the ability to think and remember. Dementia changes the way the person thinks, remembers or pays attention to something