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Psychopathology 3313 Dr. Tina Pittman Wagers
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Classroom Behaviors I’ve Actually Witnessed Text messaging Reading newspaper Studying for another class test Sleeping Ringing cell phones Reading People magazine
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Criteria for Abnormality Norm Violation Personal Discomfort/Distress Impaired Functioning Statistical Rarity
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Western and Non-Western Culture-bound Syndromes Koro Koro : Sudden and intense fear that sex organs will recede into body and cause death. South and East Asia; male. Amok: Amok: Brooding, with sudden outbursts of aggression/violence. Often reaction to a slight or insult. SE Asian, Caribbean, Navajo cultures, mostly males. Anorexia Nervosa Anorexia Nervosa : : Intense dieting to achieve weight loss. Western cultures, majority
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Unformatted text preview: females. Psychopathology vs. Abnormal Medical Model Classifications of disorders Implications regarding etiology History of Psychopathology Themes throughout: Control vs.expression Biological vs. spiritual Isolative vs. community treatment Historical Eras and Individuals Ancient Times The Greeks and Hippocrates Middle Ages Witch Hunts Asylums Whos Who in History of Psychopathology Phillipe Pinel Benjamin Rush Dorothea Dix Wilhelm Wundt Emil Kraepelin More Whos Who Franz Mesmer Sigmund Freud Anna Freud Carl Jung Carl Rogers Even More Whos Who Ivan Pavlov John Watson Joseph Wolpe BF Skinner...
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2009 for the course PSYC 3313 taught by Professor Weatherley, during the Fall '08 term at Colorado.

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