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Fraud Syndrome Can Turn Your Life Upside Down

Üsküdar University NP Feneryolu Medical Center Psychiatrist Dr. Dilek Sarıkaya evaluated Capgras Syndrome, its symptoms and treatment. Capgras Syndrome is also known as impostor syndrome or Capgras delusion. A person with Capgras Syndrome, for example, may accuse his spouse of being a fraudulent person who tries to imitate his real spouse. Stating that the disease is generally seen in women and the age range extends from adulthood to old age, experts emphasize that schizophrenia often accompanies it. Stating that Capgras Syndrome can pose a danger to communication problems and the person's close environment, experts state that it must be treated.
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What Is the Cause of Capgras Syndrome?

Capgras syndrome, or imposter syndrome, is a complex psychological condition characterized by an irrational belief about another person’s identity. A person with the syndrome believes that a person they know has been replaced by an imposter or double. Capgras syndrome is often associated with other psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia...
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