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biopsychosocial model diathesis-stress DSM five-axis diagnostic system case formulation cultural formulation transference countertransference definitional criteria for “mental disorder” medical model deinstitutionalization holding environment catharsis concordance rate obsession compulsion delusion hallucination confabulation affect thought broadcasting delusion of reference IQ TAT Rorschach Salience Mesmer Freud Charcot id, ego, superego defense mechanisms psychosexual stages object relations therapy counterconditioning systematic desensitization flooding aversive therapy cognitive restructuring prognosis frame of therapy validity & reliability ‘faking bad’ and ‘faking good’ on MMPI relapse prevention training agoraphobia fear and avoidance hierarchy crossfostering study projective test unstructured interview client-centered fixation hereditability milieu therapy panic control therapy
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Unformatted text preview: • motivational interviewing • stimulus generalization • token economy • unconditional positive regard • mental health parity legislation • conversion symptom • exposure techniques • mainstreaming • self-actualization • family therapy approaches • case studies at the start & end of chapters The above concepts can serve as a guide to study, as many of these will appear on the exam. Be aware, however, that additional concepts will also be on the exam. Be sure to carefully review each case study discussed in lecture. To see examples of Taking Sides questions, consult the website for the 4 th edition. Unfortunately, the “Take a Practice Quiz” element is not yet available online for the 5 th edition. Here’s the URL for the McGraw-Hill site: Study materials for the textbook: ...
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