GenPsy.Lec13.Abnormal

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY General Psychology I. History of Abnormal Behavior § A. Early demonology § B. Somatogenesis (Hippocrates) § C. Dark Ages § D. Asylums § E. Moral treatment (Pinel) § F. Psychotropic medication § G. Community mental health II. Models of Abnormal Behavior § A. Physical/medical model § Tripartite notion of causality: syndrome, basic disturbance, etiology (infectious, systemic, traumatic § B. Mental illness/psychoanalytic model § C. Behavioral model § D. Sociocultural model* § Residual rule-breaking; labeling § E. Biopsychosocial model § Diathesis-stress Click to edit Master subtitle style F12_08 III. Classification of Psychological Disorders § A. Purposes § B. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-TR; APA, 2000)* § Axis I. Clinical disorders; conditions that may be a focus of clinical attention § Axis II. Personality disorders; mental retardation § Axis III. General medical condition § Axis IV. Psychosocial/environmental problems § Axis V. Global assessment of functioning Click to edit Master subtitle style F12_03 IV. Prevalence of Psychological Disorders § A. 46% in US will develop diagnosable disorder during their lifetime § B. 26% in US have diagnosable disorder in any given year § C. 2.1 million psychiatric inpatients in US hospitals annually; 2.4 million others seek outpatient mental health services annually V. V....
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Sabin during the Spring '09 term at Saint Louis.

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