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SUBJECT AREA Psychology
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CREATED ON 1st February 2017
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Discuss Psychosis and delusional states and their relationship with normal anomalous experiences

The essay is an assignment for an msc abnormal and clinical psychology degree and should be 2000 words exclusive of references. Discussions should be backed up with references and should be based mostly on current studies. APA style of referencing should be used for this Essay.
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