1, patients are immersed in a morbid experience, or their inner world, not to expose their ideas, lost the contact with reality, this is : A, B, C nihilistic delusion of paradoxical intention, emotion indifferent, private D E, symbolic thinking 2, a female, 25 years old, have been at home, never go out, not with people, not to dress, all day wearing pajamas, sit or lie in bed, its expression is: A, paradoxical intention B, C, D, introversion stupor apathy E, volition activity drops 3, patients must have maintained posture, not language do not move, do not eat does not drink, do not automatically to any stimulation defecation, are not react, the patients from the state is: A, B, C, silent clash, solitary, stupor D E volitional activity drops 4, about the prevalence of early schizophrenia patient, should avoid to take use: psychoanalytic treatment. 5, the hebephrenic schizophrenia and Zao mania of the differential points? answer: A, schizophrenia, acute onset and excited Zao mover similar Zao mania patients. B, Zao mania patient emotion, be lively and vivid language and action rise, contagious, thinking, emotion and will act to coordinate, and around the active contact,Sensitive reaction. C, hebephrenic schizophrenia patient language although the movement increased, but not with emotion, and is not in harmony with its surroundings, action monotonous, stereotype, not to be understood by the people. 6, tries to chronic schizophrenic patients for psychotherapy principles? answer: 1) mental power – treatment: the key is not the patient’s past history, and more is present or the realistic question. 2) cognitive behavior therapy: to develop, advantageous to the patient’s behavior, analysis of disease cause, solving problems through training, clear and correct patient adverse reaction and behavior, to avoid the generation of new conflicts or problems, reduce the risk of relapse. 3) supportive psychotherapy: the emotional understanding and acceptance of the patient, take seriously their complaint, to the positive affirmation and encouragement, thus allowing the patient to be psychological support and comfort.