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Lecture 16 3-31-11

Lecture 16 3-31-11 - Psych3250/ PrelimIIReview RDLaing...

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  Psych3250/HD3700 Introduction to Adult Psychopathology
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Prelim II Review, RD Laing, Clinical Subgroups of Schizophrenia, & Hamlet the Producer Psych 3250 Lecture 17 4/6/10
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Today’s Lecture 1. Laing & Ontological Insecurity 2. Clinical Subgroups of Schizophrenia 3. Prelim II Review 4. Hamlet, Ophelia and the speech to the players
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Final Exam Friday, May 20 th 2:00 – 4:30 An early version of the final will be held at the beginning of finals week
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Four Clinical Subgroups of Schizophrenia 1. Sensitivity Psychosis 2. Drug Related Psychosis 3. Trauma Related Psychosis 4. Anxiety Psychosis Each subgroup has its own trigger/stressor and personality type
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Sensitivity Psychosis
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Drug-Related Psychosis
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Traumatic Psychosis
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Anxiety Psychosis
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And now for something completely different … R.D. Laing’s The Divided Self
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To approach patients with schizophrenia  as individuals with consciousness … Laing’s categories of schizophrenic experience: 1. Engulfment 2. Implosion 3. Petrification and depersonalization From Chapter 2: Ontological Insecurity
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Prelim II 1. To be held next Tuesday, 4/5 during class 2. It will consist of between 40-50 multiple choice  questions, include several on Hamlet. 3. It covers neuroscience, mood disorders, thought  disorders, and Hamlet – Acts II – Act III scene i
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Week 6 – Principles of Neuroscience Psychopharm Chapters 1&2 1.Structure of the neuron 2.Neurotransmitters 3.Structures of the brain 4.Prof Finlay’s lecture on fMRIs and myths  about the brain 5.Luria’s “functioning systems”
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Amino Acid Transmitters 1. Glutamate is made from an nonessential amino acid and is made when the body processes glucose. 2. Pools of glutamine build up in the glial cells (those “supporter” cells of neurons) where the enzyme glutaminase turns them into glutamate (Glu).
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