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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 [[delusion|delusional]], experience marked mood changes, and have disorganized speech, language, thought, and behaviour.
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'''Psychosis''' is a loss of contact with reality. Individuals who experience psychosis are said to be psychotic, and may have [[hallucination|hallucinations]], [[delusion|delusions]], experience marked mood changes, and disorganized speech, language, thought, and behaviour.

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Psychosis is a loss of contact with reality. Individuals who experience psychosis are said to be psychotic, and may have hallucinations, delusions, experience marked mood changes, and disorganized speech, language, thought, and behaviour.