Psychotic Features That May Be Present in Severe Mood Disorders (according to the DSM IV)

by lackofsolidity on December 7, 2010

  • Mood-Congruent
    • Auditory hallucinations
  • Mood-Incongruent (less common – associated with poorer prognosis)
    • thought insertion: one’s thoughts are not one’s own
    • thought broadcasting: others can hear one’s thoughts
    • delusions of control: one’s actions are under outside control