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Grandiose delusions may develop as defence strategies against being negatively evaluated and the negative affective consequences linking to the perceived threatening interpersonal context.
Suahil and Ghauri speculated that the high association of grandiose delusions with more religious patients might be attributed to their relationship with an omnipotent force and that their "connection may confer the idea of being super human" (p.
John is showing unexplained bouts of aggression, grandiose delusions and hallucinations - all symptoms of a psychotic illness.
Prepubertal and early adolescent pibolarity differentiate from ADHD by manic symptoms, grandiose delusions, ultra-rapid or ultradian cycling.
Among the PEA-BP subjects, approximately 6O%, 51%, and 25% experienced total psychosis, grandiose delusions, and suicidality, respectively.