If you're not a student of psychology, you probably don't feel the need to learn the difference between terms like hypnagogic and hypnopompic, catalepsy and cataplexy. We can happily leave that to the professionals. But, whether you realize it or not, you probably use a lot of mental-health-related words and phrases in everyday conversation. And you might be surprised to learn that you (and a whole lot of other people) are using them wrong.
A new review by five psychologists reveals some of the terms most commonly confused (and misused) by journalists, casual readers, and even experts. Check out a few of the most surprising terms on the list below, and find out if you've been using the term schizophrenic wrong this whole time: