The Limited Times

Now you can see non-English news...

Schizophrenia: altered sociability is not inevitable

2020-10-26T13:45:09.445Z

EXPERT ADVICE - Dr. David Masson * explains that many psychosocial rehabilitation and cognitive remediation centers offer therapeutic tools.



“When I'm on the bus or in the street, everyone looks at me askance

,” says Alexandre, feverishly.

Why are they looking at me like that?

(…) It worries me to leave my house and suddenly I no longer go to class. "

Lucie explains,

(not knowing

how

)

to distinguish between serious information and the teacher's jokes (…).

I spot them with the laughter of others, but it doesn't always work.

Others find me weird. ”

As for Antoine, he finds that this bearded man, tight jaw, dark eyes and furrowed eyebrows that he is shown in a photograph

"looks very sympathetic"

.

Alexandre, Lucie and Antoine have one thing in common: they are all three young schizophrenics.

They came to consult because they reported difficulties in their relations with others.

Their disease indeed leads, and sometimes very early in the development of the pathology, to a disruption of certain cognitive functions which are grouped together under the name of "social cognition".

This article is for subscribers only.

You have 81% left to discover.

Subscribe: 1 € the first month

Can be canceled at any time

Enter your email

Already subscribed?

Log in

Source: lefigaro

All tech articles on 2020-10-26

You may like

Business 2020-11-12T20:17:50.597Z
Tech/Game 2020-07-03T11:05:42.693Z
News/Politics 2020-08-26T17:37:12.074Z
News/Politics 2020-09-18T21:10:57.781Z
News/Politics 2020-10-09T07:59:45.712Z

Trends 24h

Tech/Game 2020-11-26T04:10:44.851Z

Latest

© Communities 2019 - Privacy