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Brief reactive psychosis

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Brief reactive psychosis

(Science: psychiatry) a brief display of psychotic behaviour that lasts for at least several hours, but not more than one week. Typically these reactions are brought on by periods of increased stress (for example death of a loved one).

symptoms include delusions, hallucinations, disordered thinking, impaired speech and bizarre dress.