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Psychopathology Models of mental disorder (medical, statistical, social) DSMIV Psychoses organic mental disorder schizophrenia (disorganized, catatonic, paranoid, undifferentiated) Anxiety Disorders phobic disorders obsessive compulsive disorders Dissociative Disorders hysteria fugue conversion disorder (also called somatoform) multiple personality (also called dissociative identity disorder Mood Disorders unipolar bipolar Personality Disorders antisocial personality (also called socio- or psycho- pathic disorder
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Medical model The view that mental disorders are best thought of as disease processes
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Statistical model The view that the symptoms of mental disorders are actually normal behaviors observed at the extremes of the statistical population
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Social model The view that mental disorders are the reactions of society to people who behave unconventionally Thomas Szasz
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Psychopathology Models of mental disorder (medical, statistical, social) DSMIV Psychoses organic mental disorder schizophrenia (disorganized, catatonic, paranoid, undifferentiated) Anxiety Disorders phobic disorders obsessive compulsive disorders Dissociative Disorders hysteria fugue conversion disorder (also called somatoform) multiple personality (also called dissociative identity disorder Mood Disorders unipolar bipolar Personality Disorders antisocial personality (also called socio- or psycho- pathic disorder
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Psychosis A mental disorder characterized by “loss of reality testing”
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This note was uploaded on 03/11/2011 for the course PSY 301 taught by Professor Pennebaker during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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