L15 - schizophrenia, part 2

L15 - schizophrenia, part 2 - Attention hypotheses...

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Today’s overview Schizophrenia Statistics Theories Treatments
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Schizophrenia Review of DSM-IV criteria Subtypes Other psychotic disorders
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Statistics Prevalence Comorbidity Onset Course Prognosis Gender differences Cultural differences
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10 years after diagnosis 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Dead (mostly suicide) Hospitalized, unimproved Improved, require extensive support Much improved, relatively independent Completely recovered
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30 years after diagnosis 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Dead (mostly suicide) Hospitalized, unimproved Improved, require extensive support Much improved, relatively independent Completely recovered
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Where do they live? 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Homeless Jails Hospitals Nursing homes With family On own Group homes
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Biological approaches Behavior genetics High risk studies: Sarnoff Mednick Brain structure irregularities
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Biological approaches Dopamine hypothesis Drug treatment: “antipsychotics” Typical antipsychotics Tardive Dyskinesia Atypical antipsychotics Noncompliance
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Cognitive approaches
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Unformatted text preview: Attention hypotheses Selective attention Attention to external stimuli Cognitive treatment Process approach Content approach Interpersonal approaches Historical perspectives Expressed emotion Communication deviance Family therapy Cultural differences in EE 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Indian Mexican British Anglo-American Percentage of families with high EE Others approaches Importance of stress Behavioral theory and treatments Sociocultural treatments Does treatment work? 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Drugs + support or education Drugs + social skills training Drugs + family stress management % with major relapse after 2 years Looking ahead Next Monday Substance abuse disorders, part 1 Guest speaker on methamphetamines RR Ch 17 due Next Wednesday Substance abuse disorders, part 2 Memoir paper due Monday, Nov 12!...
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L15 - schizophrenia, part 2 - Attention hypotheses...

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