If you have interest in knowing psychological disorders then writing a term paper on schizophrenia and its symptoms can be an interesting task for you. Students should divide their task of writing a term paper on schizophrenia and its symptoms into phases. If students follow proper guidelines and organized work strategy then writing a term paper on schizophrenia and its symptoms can become a remarkable experience for students.
PHASE 1- RESEARCH:
Students should do comprehensive research regarding schizophrenia. Students should deeply study what actually the disease is and its symptoms. Students should research regarding its extreme cases etc.
PHASE 2- DRAFTING
In introduction students should give describe briefly what actually schizophrenia is? To make your term paper impressive students should give unusual beginning to their term paper. Start by an example or write a captivating line such as have you ever think or see people suffering from psychological disease. Try to start from a general aspect and then gradually drift the dimension towards the topic. The unusual beginning of term paper helps to invoke interest of reader, hence promise you more mark. Student should then introduce the reader that schizophrenia is a serious and complex brain disorder in which it becomes impossible for a person to tell the difference between real and unrealistic experiences. The patients of this disease are unable to think logically and to behave normally in social situations.
DESCRIPTION REGARDING SCHIZOPHRENIA AND ITS SYMPTOMS:
In the body of college research paper students should give complete description regarding schizophrenia. It is better for students to include facts too. For example students can write that 1% of world population is suffering from schizophrenia. In US it is the most common disease. It is estimated that most of the people hospitalized in U.S are suffering from schizophrenia. In U.S 2.5 million are suffering from schizophrenia. It is observed that schizophrenia commonly begins between the ages of 15 and 25. In rare cases it is observed that symptoms of schizophrenia appear before the age of 12.
Students should also discussed in details the symptoms of schizophrenia. A person having schizophrenia may experience hallucinations, can have muddled thinking and speech.
Most often patient of schizophrenia also has delusions and has vague thoughts. They lost objective while speaking and end up speaking disrupted words. They show visible gestures of emotional difficulty. Most often they have confused look on their face. In some cases patients remain idle and do not show any motivation at all. They start to love social isolation etc.
In conclusion student should mention strategies for helping patients suffering from schizophrenia.