Mrs. Warren, Schizophrenia demonstrating the symptom of a grandiose delusion, Part 7

A middle-aged woman demonstrates negative symptoms of a very flat affect and very restrictive movement. She also demonstrates a positive symptom of having a grandiose delusion, believing she is president of all countries. Having both positive and negative symptoms qualify her for a diagnosis of schizophrenia.

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OFF CAMERA: [00:00:30] Mrs. Warren, Nice to see you again. How are you.

MRS. WARREN: [00:00:35] OK.

OFF CAMERA: [00:00:36] Can you tell me about why you came to the emergency room tonight.

MRS. WARREN: [00:00:42] Feeling unappreciated.

OFF CAMERA: [00:00:45] Oh tell me about that.

MRS. WARREN: [00:00:49] I am supposed to be the president.

OFF CAMERA: [00:00:53] President of what.

MRS. WARREN: [00:00:57] All countries.

OFF CAMERA: [00:01:00] Wow. That’s a lot to be president of.

MRS. WARREN: [00:01:07] Exactly and nobody cares.

OFF CAMERA: [00:01:09] Who doesn’t care.

MRS. WARREN: [00:01:12] Mom neighbors people at the shelter.

MRS. WARREN: [00:01:21] Nobody.

OFF CAMERA: [00:01:23] Tell me about being president.

MRS. WARREN: [00:01:28] It’s who I am.

OFF CAMERA: [00:01:30] When did you become president.

MRS. WARREN: [00:01:34] Yesterday.

OFF CAMERA: [00:01:36] Was there an election or did someone appoint you.

MRS. WARREN: [00:01:42] It just happened.

OFF CAMERA: [00:01:45] And no one believes you.

MRS. WARREN: [00:01:49] Do you.

OFF CAMERA: [00:01:51] Well that’s quite a fantastic thing to believe.

MRS. WARREN: [00:01:55] President of the world.

OFF CAMERA: [00:01:59] You’re like them.

MRS. WARREN: [00:02:03] I have to go I have lots to do.