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Abnormal Study Guide Exam 1

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Abnormal Study Guide Exam 1 Note. The exam consists of 50 multiple choice questions. A scantron will be provide but please bring a pencil to record your answers. What follows are some general areas to review for the exam. Note, however, that anything that we have discussed in lecture or that is covered in the text for Chapters 1, 2, 4, & 5 is fair game. Chapter 1 Know the 4 approaches to defining abnormality Know the harmful dysfunction approach Medical model (including criticisms) Be able to contrast the medical model with psychological models Know a general timeline of the history of the conception/treatment of mental illness Deinstitutionalization Advent of psychogenic theories Chapter 2 what is the process of assessment and diagnosis criticisms of DSM diagnosis model underlying the DSM as a diagnostic tool Know how to apply DSM multiaxial assessment Reliability and validity of diagnosis
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