Psychological Disorders power point

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 7/16/11 Psychological Disorders Introduction to Psychology Why we do what we do Gail Jones
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7/16/11 Anxiety Disorders Characteristics 1. Anxious 2. Nervous Suspected causes 1. Being late for job interview 2. Meeting future in-laws
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7/16/11 Dissociative Disorders Characteristics 1. Amnesia 2. Identity disorder Suspected Causes Trauma
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7/16/11 Somatoform Disorder Characteristics 1. Experience pain without medical reason Suspected cause Emotional
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7/16/11 Mood disorders Characteristics 1. Extreme change in feelings
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Unformatted text preview: • Suspected cause • 1. Recreational drugs 7/16/11 Schizophrenia • Characteristics • 1. Hallucinations and delusions • Causes • 1. Genetics and environomental 7/16/11 Personality Disorder • Characteristics • 1. Manipulative and exploitative • Causes • 1. Genetics or trauma • 2. Verbal abuse 7/16/11 How psychological disorders are classified • Symptoms are identified • Symptoms form a syndrome • One role of DSM-IV • Generalized anxiety disorder...
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