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(p. 245) Psychotic symptoms 

(p. 245) Psychotic symptoms
(p. 245) Psychotic symptoms

Helen Close

and Stefan Schuller

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date: 22 October 2020

Chapter 12 discusses psychotic symptoms, cognitive models and frameworks of psychosis, and key cognitions. Behavioural experiments that focus on delusional beliefs, beliefs about voices and other hallucinations, and other problematic non-psychotic beliefs are suggested, alongside potential problems that may be faced.

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