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245_F2010_Exam 3 Review Guide-1

245_F2010_Exam 3 Review Guide-1 - ~45 Qs 13 Qs from Chapter...

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~45 Qs 13 Qs from Chapter 12 (Personality Disorders) 13 Qs from Chapter 13 (Childhood Disorders) 6 Qs from the Cognitive Disorders lectures 13 Qs from Chapter 15 (Eating Disorders) As usual, please keep in mind that the review guide is not necessarily comprehensive of all the concepts which made be tested upon. Be sure to bring a #2 pencil and scantron and do NOT bring electronic devices. For all the disorders, know: 1) DSM-IV-TR symptoms, 2) etiological theories, 3) associative features, 4) treatment options, and 5) how to differentiate from other types of mental disorders. For the personality disorders chapter, there is heavy emphasis on differentiating between the disorders so definitely focus on this issue. Paranoid and schizotypal have suspiciousness, but paranoid has no magical thinking or eccentric behavior and oddities in speech. Borderline and histrionic react with anger to minor stimuli too but have no suspiciousness. May be mean to others like antisocial but this is for revenge not goals Schizoid lacks cognitive deficits of schizotypal and paranoia of paranoid. Avoidant and OCPD each lack relationships, but OCPD is more for goals and work and Avoidant is due to fear, not lack of interest. Schizotypal has perceptual distortions and behavior/cognitive oddities unlike Paranoid and Schizoid. Antisocial has aggression and impulsivity that narcissistic lacks. Histrionic is also impulsive, reckless, and manipulative, but not antisocial at all. Histrionic and Borderline are manipulative but for attention, not for profit or power. Histrionic and Borderline each have attention seeking and unstable emotions, but Borderline has self-destructiveness and angry behavior. Histrionic people are manipulative for attention, while Antisocial is manipulative for their own goals. Narcissistic want attention to feel superior, but histrionic will take attention to feel fragile if its attention. Borderline and Dependent both hate abandonment, but Borderline reacts with emptiness and rage while Dependent seeks replacement relationships. Borderline cling to others in need, while Histrionic just want attention. Borderline is self-effacing, while Histrionic wants to be center of attention.
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Narcissistic is different from other Dramatic-Emotional PD’s because of the sense of grandiosity. OCPD and Narcissistic are both perfectionists, but only OCPD self- criticizes. Avoidant and Dependent have feelings of inadequacy, but Avoidant avoids relationships and Dependent seeks to be taken care of. Schizoid and Schizotypal also avoid relationships, but Avoidant actual wants relationships. What is the difference between Axis I vs. Axis II disorders? o Axis I disorders are acute; personality disorders are more chronic and are lifelong; people with Axis II disorders usually develop Axis I What are the different clusters of personality disorders and how do they differ from one another? Which specific disorders are listed under each cluster?
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