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Psychological Disorders Chapter 14
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Abnormal Psychology Ancient times: Evil spirits released via trephining Hippocrates: Mental illness from imbalance of body’s four humors Middle Ages: Spirit possession and exorcism Renaissance: Mentally ill labeled witches
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Criteria for Abnormality
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DSM Series
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Rosenhan Study: 1973 Study on Being Sane in Insane Places Minimum Stay in Hospital Maximum Stay in Hospital Average Length of Hospitalization 7 52 19 Phase 1: Psuedopatients Sent to Psychiatric Hospital Phase 2: Hospital Advised That Psuedopatients Would Be Sent In Order To Identify Them – Although None Were Actually Sent to Hospital Need to consider if such results could be obtained in today’s environment and potential confounding variables
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Anxiety Disorders
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Other Disorders Related to Anxiety Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder With DSM-5, this disorder is no longer classified as an anxiety disorder. Now falls in the category of “Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders.”
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