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(New page: {{subpages}} '''Psychosis''' is a loss of contact with reality. Individuals who experience psychosis are said to be psychotic, and may hallucinate, be delusional, experie...)
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Psychosis is a loss of contact with reality. Individuals who experience psychosis are said to be psychotic, and may hallucinate, be delusional, experience marked mood changes, and have disorganized speech, language, thought, and behaviour.