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Unformatted text preview: Study Guide - Exam I – part I - Abnormal Psychology - Spring 2008 Kring, Davidson, Neale & Johnson, Abnormal Psychology , 10 th Ed. Ch. 1 Intro: History (text & lecture) Demonology, displeasure of the gods, exorcism/sacrifice (p. 7), what was trephaning, what did Plato believe? (Studied life by _______, his approach was similar to which persons who came later?) What did Aristotle believe? (Studied life by _______, his approach was similar to which persons who came later?), Hippocrates & somatogenesis (p. 8), Dark ages, witchcraft (p. 9), sabbats, St. Mary’s of Bethlehem (p. 10-11), 'bedlam', Lunatic’s Tower/Vienna, Moral tx( p. 12) Wundt (his approach was similar to which Greek philosopher?, what did he call his approach?), Breuer/catharsis (p. 17), Mesmerize (p. 16), Charcot, Freud, Pavlov, Watson, Skinner, Ramon y Cajal, Lowei, Broca. Dorothea Dix, Phillipe Pinel. When is behavior considered abnormal (the 5 D's & p. 4-6)? When did psychology emerge as an independent discipline? What are the goals of psychology (describe, understand, predict, influence)? apa, APA, DSM-IV. Mental health professions (p. 26-27) clinical psychologist, counseling psychologist, psychiatrist (in general, who can presribe medications?). Ch. 2 Paradigms (text & lecture) Paradigm (conceptual framework) p. 29....
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course PSY 3331 taught by Professor Michalski during the Spring '08 term at Baylor.
- Spring '08
- Abnormal Psychology