Mrs. Warren, Rule/Out Schizophrenia demonstrating negative symptoms, Part 2

A middle-aged woman denies positives symptoms of schizophrenia but has negative symptoms often associated with schizophrenia such as marked restricted movement, a very flat and non-responsive affect, concrete answers, being slow to answer, and at times has a silly, inappropriate affect.

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OFF CAMERA: [00:00:30] You ever hear things that are not their voices talking to you.

OFF CAMERA: [00:00:41] What about seeing things that are not there.

MRS. WARREN: [00:00:45] No.

OFF CAMERA: [00:00:48] Do you ever have thoughts that you think other people do not have such as thinking you can read other people’s minds.

MRS. WARREN: [00:00:57] No.

OFF CAMERA: [00:00:59] Other people can read your mind.

MRS. WARREN: [00:01:04] No.

OFF CAMERA: [00:01:05] Thoughts that other people would think are strange.

MRS. WARREN: [00:01:12] Mom tells me I don’t make sense.

OFF CAMERA: [00:01:16] And do you ever have thoughts that you have superhuman powers.

MRS. WARREN: [00:01:25] No like Spiderman.

OFF CAMERA: [00:01:32] Spiderman.

OFF CAMERA: [00:01:34] You ever think you have powers like Spiderman.

MRS. WARREN: [00:01:45] That would be funny.

OFF CAMERA: [00:01:56] He’s pretend. Yeah that’s right. He’s made up for a story.

MRS. WARREN: [00:02:04] And a movie.

OFF CAMERA: [00:02:05] Yes. And a movie.

OFF CAMERA: [00:02:08] I notice you sit in a very calm still manner.

MRS. WARREN: [00:02:14] Mom says I should try to behave when I’m with the doctor.

OFF CAMERA: [00:02:21] That’s good.

MRS. WARREN: [00:02:24] And in public.

OFF CAMERA: [00:02:27] Are you well behaved in public.

MRS. WARREN: [00:02:32] I try to be.