PSY 3315 TEST 2 Study Guide

PSY 3315 TEST 2 Study Guide - Why is diagnosis difficult?...

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A BNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDY GUIDE - TEST 2 CHAPTER 5: Anxiety disorders, list types, define and differentiate symptoms proposed etiologies of above, psychological theories as well as biological treatments, both psychological and biological Does treatment work? What works best with each type of disorder? CHAPTER 6: Dissociative disorders, list types, define and differentiate symptoms. proposed etiologies of above What are the controversies surrounding these diagnoses? Is there really such a thing as repressed memories? What is the incidence of D.I.D? Are therapists creating more? How? Define and differentiate between Somatoform disorders What causes them? What treatments work best? CHAPTER 8: Personality disorders, define and differentiate between types What causes personality disorders? What are the controversies regarding the diagnosis of personality disorders?
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Unformatted text preview: Why is diagnosis difficult? Which disorders are most common in women? Men? How can people with personality disorders be treated? Are treatments effective? What does research show about Anti-social personality disorder? Impulse control disorders, define and differentiate What causes them? Psychological? Biological? Hereditary? What treatments are available for impulse control disorders? NOTE: PLEASE READ "FOCUS" BOXES AND OTHER ILLUSTRATIONS. HINT: BE PREPARED TO APPLY WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED. REMEMBER THE VARIOUS "MODELS" (THEORIES) THAT WE HAVE PREVIOUSLY STUDIED TO HELP YOU UNDERSTAND VARIOUS PERSPECTIVES OF WHAT CAUSES DISORDERS, AND HOW THEY ARE TREATED ACCORDING TO EACH PARTICULAR MODEL....
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course PSY 3315 taught by Professor - during the Spring '08 term at Texas State.

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