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Psych325/HD370 Introduction to Adult Psychopathology
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From Psychoanalysis to Clinical Psychology, and Hamlet’s Trauma (at last) Lecture 8 2/14/08
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Today’s Lecture  1. Brief Review from Tuesday: Objective vs.  Projective traditions in Clinical Psychology 2.   Westen – and the Scientific legacy of Freud 1. Hamlet meets his father ( trauma  means  dream  in German…) 2. What is a Psychological Assessment? 3. “Jim’s” Psychological Testing
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Psychology … and its two  traditions 1. Introspection – a careful examination of  mental experience, including subjectivity,  emotion, memory, perception, or  consciousness itself. 2. Observation– a careful exploration of mental  functioning that can measured, including  reaction times, visual acuity, neuromuscular  functioning.
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Psychology … and its two traditions,  Take 2 1. Introspection – from philosophy, focusing on  the ways we create and project meaning onto  the world, other people, ourselves 2. Observation– from the physical sciences,  focusing on the scientific method to  demonstrate, through replicable experiments,  the mechanics by which we perceive and act  upon the world.
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Psychology … and its two traditions,  Take 3 1. Introspection – the tradition I call  “projective,” and it includes psychotherapies, 
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2011 for the course HD 370 taught by Professor Segal during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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