PSY 3315 TEST 1 Study Guide

PSY 3315 TEST 1 Study Guide - Pavlov Classical conditioning...

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ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDY GUIDE - TEST 1 D. CARPENTER Chapter 1 : Nature vs. Nurture Are mental patients dangerous? Carpenter’s “continuum of mental health” What is abnormal behavior? Types of mental health professionals. exorcism trephining Pinel Hippocrates Mesmer Dix Kraeplin Rush Beers lycanthropy St. Vitus Dance witchcraft Chapter 2 : What is the Biological Model? Pre-frontal lobotomy Electro-convulsive therapy Early medications How do medications work ? Parts of the neuron Neurotransmitters and their function Neurotransmitters and their relationship to various conditions What are the Psychosocial/Behavioral Models? medical model twin studies dizygotic vs. monozygotic twins heredity genotype phenotype diathesis-stress theory Freud Psychoanalysis Freud's theory of the personality Psychosexual stages conflict and anxiety defense mechanisms, define types. Humanistic/existential psychology Maslow Rogers Person-centered therapy Behavioral model Family systems model
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Unformatted text preview: Pavlov Classical conditioning and associated terms systematic desensitization aversive therapy Watson Little Albert Thorndike Skinner Operant conditioning and associated terms Observational learning Cognitive/behavioral model Ellis Beck Chapter 3 assessment, process of classification neurological tests CAT, computerized axial tomography PET, positron emission tomography MRI, magnetic resonance imaging EEG, electroencephalograph psychological tests WAIS - R WISC - R Rorschach Thematic Apperception Test Bender-Gestalt projective vs. objective Kraeplin Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders I DSM II, DSM III, DSM III-R, DSM IV 5 Axes of the DSM IV History of the DSM system, dates, changes, current status, criticisms. labeling, positives and negatives validity, reliability Note: You are responsible for all classroom lecture material, whether it is on the study guide or not....
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