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2 By the end of lecture today Use this as your study guide Different types of therapies: Biomedical therapies Psychopharmacology Antidepressants Antipsychotic Anti-anxiety medications Psychosurgeries ECT and TMS Psychological therapies Psychoanalytic, Humanistic Behaviorist, Cognitive therapies
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Individuals and Society 101 Structure of mind and behavior Room Social Sciences 100 Tuesdays and Thursdays Dr. Suzanne Delaney Spring Semester, 2008
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If you are assigned to the red group (group 1): Please use only your 'textbook' to study for the next exam. If you are assigned to the blue group (group 2): Please use only your ‘e-book' to study for the next exam.
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Announcements Remember to participate in experiments Can hand in first drafts of reports any time Only need to interview one experimenter for paper Remember to complete study diaries – every week
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Turn your clicker on Turn your clicker on My last name starts with a letter somewhere between: A. A - G B. H - O C. P - Z
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Please double check – All cell phones or ipods or any other electronic devices are turned off and stowed away
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2 Types of Psychological Therapies 3) Behaviorist Aversive conditioning (also aversive therapy) Systematic desensitization therapy Token economies
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2 Family Therapies Eclectic can use all of the approaches 2) Identifies patterns within the family 1) Focuses on how family works together How do family members interact?
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2 Psychoanalytic Therapy Sigmund Freud 2) Projective tests 1) Free associations 3) Dream analysis
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2 Jungian Dream analysis 2) Underline nouns in your story 1) Write down your dream 3) On a separate piece of paper write down the essential meaning of the noun to you (use adjectives). If a person, describe the essence of that person to you. 4) Pick the adjectives that feel right to you, and replace each noun with “the part of me that’s ___ (use adjective)
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Writing assignment 1. What are the 4 steps in Jungian dream analysis? 2.
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