Exam 2 - Study Guide: Structure Mind and Behavior Exam 2...

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Study Guide: Structure Mind and Behavior Exam 2 Therapy Approaches: Psychoanalytic: 1) Free Association 2) Projective Tests 3) Dream Analysis (Jungian Dream Analysis) Humanistic: 1) Unconditional Positive Regard 2) Active Listening 3) Validation Behaviorist: 1) Aversion Therapy 2) Token Economics 3) Systematic Desensitization Cognitive Therapies: 1) Stinkin’ Thinkin’ “Oh I’m such an idiot” “This is the worst thing in the world” They’ll call you on your negative Thinking 2) Affirmations Break up – I’m not good – Depression Change to Break up – not a good match - sad, but ok 3) Does it Work? Good for treating depression **Jungian Dream Analysis- helps gain access to the unconscious…could transform abject misery into ordinary unhappiness 1) Write down your dream 2) Underline nouns in your story 3) On the separate piece of paper write down the essential meaning of the noun to you (use adjectives) If a person describes the essence of that person to you 4) Pick the adjective that feels right to you, and replace each noun with “the part of me that’s _______ (use adjective) **Electric Therapist can use all of the approaches
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**Unconditional Positive Regard (Humanistic) is everything you need to help you, you already know **Validation (Humanistic) **Active Listening (Humanistic) is a technique from human tradition: 1) Paraphras – “What your saying is…” 2) Invite Clarification – “Is that right?” 3) Reflect Feelings – “It seems like that would be…” **Systematic Desensitization Therapy (Behaviorist) - used to treat phobias, it’s a relaxation **Aversion Therapy (Behaviorist) **Token Economies (Behaviorist) treatment programs that use secondary rein forcers to change behavior- can be used to mold social behavior directly by modifying what patients say to one another and to nonpatients. **Cognitive Therapy is best used for depression **Electroconvulsive Shock Therapy has been practically helpful in treating certain mood disorders, specifically psychotic depression, and manic episodes of bipolar disorder…it can be used for schizophrenia when medication doesn’t work. **Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation is most effective for depression and schizophrenia. It is a procedure in which pulses of high-intensity magnetism are transmitted to the brain, is currently an experimental treatment. **Psychology is the science of behaviors and mental process Behaviors: Observable Actions Examples: Taking a test: thinking Reciting a list of words: remembering Kissing: loving Driving a Car concentrating Mental Process: Internal Experience. Example: love or being in love
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course INDV 101 taught by Professor Walker during the Fall '07 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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Exam 2 - Study Guide: Structure Mind and Behavior Exam 2...

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