Introduction%20to%20Course

Introduction%20to%20Course - 2/18/11 Explore theories of...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 2/18/11 Abnormal Psychology (psy 350) Instructor: Mark Glafke
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2/18/11 Recitation Assistants: 1 Vindhya Ekanayake (Tuesday 4:30 pm and Friday 10:30 am) 2 Amber Landers (Wednesday 11:30 am) 3 Rita Samper (Thursday 7:30 am) l NO Recitations during first week - Attendance Policy
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2/18/11 Required Text: Nevid,
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2/18/11 Grading is based upon: 3 Exams (300 pts.) Includes final exam Final is not comprehensive l Recitation Attendance (150 pts.) l Recitation Quizzes (4 = 40 pts.) Unannounced l Final Paper (60 pts.) l No extra credit
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2/18/11 Course Objectives
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2/18/11 To Provide an Introduction to the major categories of psychological disorders and related research findings: Depression l Anxiety l Bipolar l Schizophrenia l Personality Disorders
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2/18/11 l Attempt to understand how clinicians detect, assess, and treat abnormal patterns of behavior and thought. This class covers basic symptoms and treatments
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2/18/11 Critical Evaluation of DSM
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Unformatted text preview: 2/18/11 Explore theories of etiology of mental disorders-----historically 2/18/11 Contemporary approaches 2/18/11 Primary discipline associated Clinical psychology is the application of theoretical perspectives to the: l Individual l Couple l Group for the purpose of psychological healing through assessment and treatment 2/18/11 What is “Abnormal”? The 4 “D’s”: l 1. Dysfunction l 2. Deviation l 3. Distress l 4. Danger l What is considered abnormal is often very subjective - Myriad of factors: social, culture, 2/18/11 l Try to avoid engaging in self-diagnosis based upon material we cover in class. l Do not approach instructors in order to confirm diagnosis/diagnoses that you apply to friends, family, significant others, co-workers, etc. 2/18/11 Consultations or Office hours By appointment [email protected] l Or after class Office: PSYC 1169...
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course PSYCH 350 taught by Professor Conger during the Spring '10 term at Purdue.

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