is a form of Schizophrenia which was first proposed by U.S. psychiatrist Nancy C. Andreasen and Scott A. Olsen in 1982. Negative SZ differs to normal SZ in that there is a predomination of the negative symptoms such as apathy and blunted affect.

NEGATIVE SCHIZOPHRENIA: "Cases of Schizophrenia were patients have an abnormally large amount of negative symptoms, is called negative Schizophrenia."
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