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CLP 4143-07: Exam 1 Study Guide What is Abnormality?: o Important Topics to Review: “Four Ds” of abnormality Continuum model of abnormality Cause of Abnormality: o Important Topics to Review: Nature versus nurture Diathesis-stress model Models of studying abnormality (be familiar with examples/approaches within each area) Biological approaches o Structural approaches o Biochemical approaches Neurotransmitters and hormones Basic anatomy of a neuron and identify processes of neurotransmission o Genetic theories family studies twin studies adoption studies Psychological approaches o Behavioral o Cognitive o Humanistic/Existential Social approaches o Interpersonal o Family System o Social Structure Biopsychosocial model Assessment & Diagnosis: o Important Topics to Review: What is a symptom? Syndrome? How are they related? Clinical interview Structured versus unstructured Assessment Methods:
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