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What Is a Shared Psychotic Disorder?

Shared psychotic disorders can also happen in groups of people who are closely involved with a person who has a psychotic disorder (called folie à plusiers, or “the madness of many”). For instance, this could happen in a cult if the leader is psychotic and his or her followers take on their delusions.

Experts don’t know why it happens. But they believe that stress and social isolation play a role in its development.

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https://www.webmd.com/schizophrenia/guide/shared-psychotic-disorder

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