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ch 11 psych - Ch 11 psychological disorders Comorbidity How...

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Sheet1 Page 1 Ch 11 psychological disorders Comorbidity: How diagnosed? DSM 4th edition nothing about treatment or cause all it is symptom check list Quality, Quantity, Duration Antisocial(don't feel remorse) VS Psychopathy: both tend to do something to violate others rights Psychopathy more severe more calm, calculated only have diagnosis for Antisocial Personality Disorder (APD) prison going to find Antisocial & corporate America & Politicians Borderline: Self injurious behaviors, suicidal gestures attachment and abandonment issues love hate, love you one minute hate you another Schizoid vs schizotypal: schizoid = loner, hermit, few relationships and don't care, cold fish, just doesnt want to be around people schizotypal = weird, magical in their thinking Narcissist vs histrionic: histrionic: wants attention, they have to have if not they make a scene(mad pissed off erratic) narcissist: want admiration/approval, if not get pissed off or get aggressive, no empathy Unipolar vs bipolar: bipolar mania = high energy state
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