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keyconcepts.1-4 - Psychology 204 Key Concepts Chapter 1:...

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Psychology 204 Key Concepts Chapter 1: Definitions of abnormality: distress, impairment, risk, unacceptable behavior; Etiology of abnormal behavior – biological, psychological and sociocultural; historical – demonic possession, trephining, scientific model, spiritual, witches, asylums, moral treatment, (Quakers and Wm. Tuke). Founder of American psychiatry – Benjamin Rush (1812) Dorthea Dix -1800’s Freud, psychoanalysis, deinstitutionalization, Research methods: pg. 22 – experimental, quasi-experimental, co-relational, survey, case study, single-subject design Placebo, double-blind, demand characteristics Survey, incidence, prevalence Case study, genetic mapping, biological markers Stigma, distress NAMI Chapter 2: Patient, client, prevalence (pg. 39 chart), comorbid (co-existing) Physician, psychiatrist, clinical psychologist, nurse, nurse practitioner, clinical social worker, marriage and family therapist Case formulation Diagnosis (Dx) DSM – Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders Labeling, reliability, validity Medical model, atheoritical, categorical, multiaxial o Axis I: clinical disorders (pg. 46) (principal diagnosis)
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