Lecture Six, Feb11

Lecture Six, Feb11 - Lecture Six I Diagnostic and...

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Lecture Six, February 11, 2008 I. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association, version 4 revised (DSM IVR) a. DSM II- “neuroses”- can’t be seen, no one can observe this, meta diagnosis; “Oedipal conflicts”- Freud: conflict that a little boy has with a parent, how a little boy develops masculinity i. Dad in way of son being with mom ii. Son has visions of killing father to get to mom iii. Little boy can’t beat dad so he joins dad 1. If no father then you turn gay (from Freud) iv. Cannot be researched 1. The electra complex: penius envy (girls) b. DSM III- behavioral description of mental illness i. Depressed behavior: cry a lot, are sad and write it down, interpersonal relationship problems and lack of energy, fatigue c. DSM IV- refined and improved II. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD):after the fact you experience anxiety triggered by memory a. Diagnosis: WWII if take them away from front lines for a few weeks they were ready to fight (95%) (Battle fatigue) b. World Trade Center i. Clinicians worried that people would come down with PTSD by people
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