Schizophrenia and Dissociative Disorders: Crash Course Psychology #32

Schizophrenia and Dissociative Disorders: Crash Course Psychology #32

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Schizophrenia and Dissociative Disorders: Crash Course Psychology #32
Want more videos about psychology every Monday and Thursday? Check out our sister channel SciShow Psych at https://www.youtube.com/scishowpsych! ••• Subbable Message ••• To: Margarete From: Toni Your sister thinks you are the best! Here's hoping Crash Course does an Art History season just for you. :) ••• *** Did you know that Schizophrenia and Multiple Personality Disorder aren't the same thing? Did you know that we don't call it Multiple Personality Disorder anymore? In this episode of Crash Course Psychology, Hank takes us down the road of some very misunderstood psychological disorders. -- Table of Contents: Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders 01:31:05 Brain Activity 05:03:16 Dissociative Disorders 08:04:23 Sybil Was a Lie! 08:58:14 -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support CrashCourse on Subbable: http://subbable.com/crashcourse
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Flygon Fiasco says:

Why did the first quarter of the video describe the potus perfectly.

Nhi Tue Nguyen says:

I see what you did there 3:29

Chris Allison says:

Oh nooooo, Hank! DID is extremely not real!

Tosca Tattertail says:

I have DID, there is evidence that the first alters appeared at age 3 with imaginary friends, by 9 i was out of control and considered emotionally unstable. In 4th grade i had a teacher who helped me form a system of sort. There were no voices, there was no amnesia of normal daily activities, but there was a sudden stability. The system stayed completely covert with me only having an awareness of "parts of me" until 2013 when i began having massive panic attacks at work. I began hearing voices then…at the age of 59. Presently i have 14 alters (full personalities) and 15 fragments that hold memories of different kinds. Life is a challenge, but i am more stable this way than i was in 2013 or before

Children of Atum says:

All it takes is one bad day

Yahya Dridi says:

Is it just me or his tone sounds much chiller and calmer? Compassione, I daresay?

hunter says:

watching this brings out my schizofrenia

laikaismy dog says:

Dissociative Identity Disorder is a real thing. It’s not fake. It’s not for attention or anything of the sort. It’s extremely damaging and underresearched, and it’s real.

Opinunate ted says:

In my hood, I see schizophrenia all the time. I've worked in drop-in mental health centers, so I know it when I see it.
I have not seen Dissasociative disorder often, but I did once. My best friend's girlfriend fell asleep at my place. Then she started crawling around, found an object and some thread and tied a complex knot, talked like a very small child, called her BF a "Shithead" in a baby voice, and generally weirded out the three people who had witnessed it. She had a very abusive brother. Later, she refused to believe that it had happened, said that all three of us were making it up.
My friend claimed that she would accidentally get pins in her bed and wake up with pins in her skin. It was clear to me that she was putting those pins in her own skin, but did not know it.
She was a beautiful, nice, and intelligent person, though clearly psychologically disturbed. She now is a professor of sociology. Its all just kind of sad, because I don't think that she will ever really be happy.

Joel Decoster says:

religion makes you crazy

Jay Tee says:

The current problem with the medical community's approach to schizophrenia and other mental illnesses is to interpret them as illnesses and not divergent lived experiences of people experiencing Reality as it can be known.

Like I have schizophrenia. My main delusion was that I was coherent and could be understood.

All of my words made sense in a linear and nonlinear sense; yet unless they were attuned to my wavelength of sentience, meaning: my dimensional observational contextualized interpretation of Reality; I would be woefully misunderstood by All Others.

I would be talking very intense, high level physical concepts: about spatio-temporal malleability with respected to functions of directed Action of Will. But people would be lost.

Just as well. To me, schizophrenia is to be understood as a word game programming Reality itself. Now, it can be anything I want (but only when I really want).

My current delusion is that humanity is in the 21st Century. Reality is that humans are living in the Eternal Zero, as Time is an infinitely subjective projection from relative densities of coherent mutual observation-entanglements; but that is currently only a meme.

Sonof Osiris says:

Ah man, all I can tell is that, if GOD is the one that's dealing the cards in the beginning of our lives, he was being twice unfair to people with schizophrenia!

Elizabeth Darsey says:

I keep hearing more and more that even infection involving toxoplasmosis may have a link. Not that it’s the only cause but that many with schizophrenia were also found to have antibodies for toxoplasmosis.

Whitney Dahlin says:

And it's very rare to have auditory AND visual hallucinations at the same time. Most visual hallucinations have no sound and most auditory hallucinations have no visuals to accompany them. It isn't like you see someone who isn't there speaking to you that is so rare it's almost unheard of. But according to Hollywood it's how all schizophrenics experience symptoms when it couldn't be further from the truth

The Hand of Destruction says:

Indeed. Can Dr Phil still help tho? Can u help?

Jeffrey Epstein says:

For the psych students: DID roughly is the extreme compartmentalization of memory and relating to the world that is brought about by traumatic events. Most hospitalizations and diagnosis for DID occur after a traumatic experience in adulthood. Statistically, there is ALWAYS are correlation between DID and trauma, meaning 100% of those with DID had horrible abuse in the past.

Most people on YouTube who claim to have DID are liers looking for attention or have a fictitious disorder. Nobody switches on demand. Nobody will switch and want to be filmed becuase alter cohesion is rare even if coconsciousness exists in the individual.

A switch can be as simple as a grimice, a smile, a twitch, a sigh, or a laugh. This will coincide with a mood shift or a posture shift. Often times the person being interviewed will not remember immediately what occured before asking the question, but may remember 10 minutes prior if coconsciousness occurs. Questions like what did you do on X day with either return a response or they will not know. When you think a switch occured ask the same question again, you may get the same answer or a expanded or completely different answer. This is the alter state recalling events that they find meaningful. This is the compartmentalization of events and the way of perceiving stimuli.

99% of diagnosed people with DID are women. Most have been diagnosed with more than four diagnoses before the dx of DID. Most are dragged through the mental health system for a decade before DID is made. Be skeptical of all DID diagnosis unless they come from the very very few trauma hospitals in the US where 24 hour observations are made for lengths up to 21 days inpatient.

DID never presents as DID, meaning it's never the primary problem of the patient. It's either a mood disorder, schizophrenia, or schizoaffective. Most patients do not understand or have heard of dissociation. Most do not know thier memories are bad or chop it up to just a bad memory.

This has been your DID Facts©®™ with a high functioning DID guy. I've been on every major medication and experienced ritual abuse, sexual abuse, been dx'd with PTSD three times from seperate fires and tornadoes. Been dx'd with just about everything in the DSM in the last 20 years.

Scott La Rock says:

Schizophrenia is the DEVIL 👹

Janoordeen Aboobuker says:

U r stupid, u don't know y r u bring the issues hear

Janoordeen Aboobuker says:

Can you read or speech faster thn this??? Ahhh,

Malcom Watson says:

I feel like the most stigmatised and misunderstood psychological disorder is antisocial personality (sociopathy/psychopathy). I mean we seem to understand a lot ABOUT schizophrenia, and the eccentricities it causes. Many people are pretty good at handling those who suffer from it without dehumanising them, and it's pretty common knowledge now that the majority of schizophrenics aren't dangerous. But as soon as you bring up sociopathy/psychopathy, people freak out and get severely uncomfortable being around you. A lot about the disorder isn't known because psychologists are either too afraid to ask those whom have it or are too afraid to trust them about their own experiences living a life without empathy/emotions. As someone who lives with ASPD, I've found my experience very similar to a person with autism: scoring high on the lack of social connection skills and low on the discomfort with unfamiliarity. I've also found that my empathy isn't non-existent; I simply have the ability to completely turn it off anytime I feel like I don't need it. A psychiatrist might observe this as me using insincerity to trick others into thinking I have empathy, but I really do. It just happens to be optional. With future research, I can legitimately see ASPD being put on an extreme end of the autism spectrum.

Minakshi's world 7 says:

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Charles says:

Is he the one from scishow?

Trei Little says:

Omgosh what a cute intro animation.

ana kantikas says:

Arigatou 🦄💖

Panda On Steroids says:

I'm here watching this for fun. I've never taken a psychology class. I really like schizophernia. It is such an interesting disorder. I have watched clips of people with the disorder. I watched one guy leaving an interview saying he has to leave before someone came and killed him, caught him, found him, or something like that. It's so interesting.

irene irene says:

Can someone answer me what disorder i have i feel like my family memebers or one them they change to another person like my friends and i believe that all the people are control me and doing things to make me sad and or like they are against me …. Please someone answer me

Nobody Smith says:

That was a "crash course" alright; narrator's words were so damn fast they were crashing into each other. Oy. That was difficult to follow without multiple pauses.

Lemony armant says:

It makes so much sens to me now i think i should really consult i relate to everything beside being delusional. I have heard, feel and seen things that were never there

Kek Gorilla says:

I'm a little surprised that you didn't mention the large overlap between this and the high functioning. You did mentioned how it tends to effect multiple parts of the brain.

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