Test3StudyGuide_PSYCHOLOGY_360

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PSYCHOLOGY 360 – ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY TEST 3 STUDY GUIDE FALL 2007 Renee Lajiness-O’Neill , Ph.D. Tues.-Thurs. 12:30-1:45 CHAPTER 5 – Somatoform and Dissociative Disorders 1. Know the clinical description and defining features of Hypochondriasis. 2. Know the clinical description of Somatization Disorder. 3. Know the clinical description of Conversion Disorder. 4. Know the clinical description of Body Dysmorphic Disorder. 5. Be able to describe the difference between Dissociative Amnesia and Dissociative Fugue. 6. Know the clinical description and unique aspects of Dissociative Identity Disorder (e.g. alters, host, etc.). CHAPTER 8 – Eating and Sleep Disorders 1. Know and be able to describe the defining features and major differences between anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. 2. Know the facts and statistics regarding the risks of anorexia and bulimia (e.g., female, Caucasian, upper SES, etc.). 3. Be able to describe the social, psychological, and behavioral contributions to
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Unformatted text preview: eating disorders. 4. Know the goals of the psychological treatments for anorexia. 5. Know the major interventions for the treatment of bulimia. 6. Be able to distinguish between parasomnias and dyssomnias. CHAPTER 9 Sexual and Gender Identity Disorders 1. Know the defining features of gender identity disorder and the treatment methods. 2. Know the defining features of the major types of sexual dysfunctions and the major facts and statistics. 3. Know the relationship between desire, arousal and orgasm as they relate to the major sexual disorders. 4. Know the primary treatment methods for the sexual disorders. 5. Know the clinical descriptions and causes of the major paraphilias. 6. Know the diagnosis, treatment, and facts related to pedophilia in detail relative to the other paraphilias....
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