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Unformatted text preview: 80.3 13. What are the defining characteristics of the following: phobias, obsessive- compulsive disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, acute and A post-traumatic stress disorders. dissociation disorders, conversion disorder (hysteriasl, psychophysiological (psychosomatic) disorders? 14. To which of these does classical conditioning apply and in what circumstances? 15. To which of these does a genetic preparedness theory apply and how? 16. According to Freud and the example I gave in class, incessant washing is an example of what disorder, underlying cause, and remediation effort? 17. From the text, in what ways does a diathesis-stress model apply to dissociative disorders? 18. From your text, give an example of a "fashion" change in the incidence of a mental disorder over the past century. How can this change be explained? Chpt 17 1. What type of drug is each of those tabled on Handout 63.1? 2. What drawbacks do antipsychotics have in the treatment of schizophrenia? 3. Of what use in treating mental disorders are MAO inhibitors and how do they work? 4. What is Prozac and what are its characteristics and actions? 5. in evaluating a drug’s chemical effe ctiveness as a treatment, what other possible causes for improvement must be controlled for and how? When and for what is electroconvulsive shock the treatment of choice? What did Freud propose as the source of so much irrational behavior? To discover the source of this irrational behavior so as to treat it describe salient aspects of a Freudian therapy session. 9. What is "resistanc e” in a therapy session and what did Freud take "resistance" to indicate? 10. The psychoanalytic term “transferen ce" refers to what phenomenon? 11. According to theory when will classical psychoanalysis prove effective in treating neurotic symptoms? 12. What is the basic goal of systematic desensitization? 13. What aspect of the patient is the behavior therapist NOT interested in? 14. With what does cognitive-behavioral therapy primarily deal? 15.’ For what disorders are which therapies best at treating? 16. What is the evidence that psychotherapies are more than placebo in their effectiveness? 17. .What are common themes to most therapies? 18. What major points did Dr. Kestenbaum make in his lecture and how do these relate to 0.17? 9°24?“ ...
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