Introduction To Psychology - Exam 4 Guide

Introduction To Psychology - Exam 4 Guide - Introduction to...

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Introduction to Psychology Review Guide for Test 4 Module 22 -- The medical model, the cognitive-behavioral approach, the psychoanalytic approach (generally what these 3 are), the DSM-IV (what it is, what it’s used for), psychotic disorders, neurotic disorders (know what this distinction is), anxiety disorders (generally what they are), generalized anxiety disorder , free floating anxiety, panic disorder , panic attacks, phobic disorder, specific phobias, social phobias, agoraphobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder , obsessions vs. compulsions (attempts to ward off anxiety), somatoform disorders (generally what they are), culturally relative, somatization disorder , conversion disorder . Module 23 -- Mood disorders (generally), major depressive disorder, dysthymia, bipolar I disorder , mania, flight of ideas, biological view -- genetic connections, underactivity in nor-epinephrine and serotonin pathways (anti-depressants heighten activity), sometimes smaller frontal lobes, psychosocial factors -- as interacting with biological predisposition, socially dependent personality, achievement personality,
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