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Unformatted text preview: Anorexia • Primary symptoms • Subtypes • Prevalence – Gender ratio – Age of onset • Recovery rates Bulimia • Primary symptoms • Subtypes • Prevalence – Gender ratio – Age of onset • Recovery rate Eating Disorders • Causes – Predisposing Factors – Precipitating Factors – Perpetuating Factors • Treatment – Primary goals in general • Anorexia • Bulimia – Multidisciplinary approach Sleep disorders • Sleep defined • Stages of sleep • Dyssomnia vs. Parasomnia – – – – – – – – Insomnia Hypersomnia: unexplained, chronic, excessive sleep Narcolepsy Sleep apnea: problems breathing when sleeping Circadian rhythm sleep disorder Nightmare disorder Sleep terror disorder Sleepwalking disorder: no recollection • Treatment options – Bio vs. psycho Substance use disorders • Levels of involvement • Categories – Depressants: bring down nervese system alcohol, – Stimulants: bring you up, most commonly use, caffeine, cocaine, – Opiates: create euphoria, reduce pain, make feel drowsy, morphine – Hallucinogens: alter our perception, marihuana – Others Substance use disorders • Causes – – – – DRD2 gene Skin flushing response Opponent process theory Expectancy effects • Treatment – Bio – Psychosocial Somatoform disorders • Somatization disorder – Features – Possible link to ASPD • Hypchondriasis – Features – Causes • Conversion disorder – La belle indifference • Malingering and factitious disorder – Munchausen by proxy • Body dysmorphic disorder Dissociative disorders • Dissociation defined – Depersonalization – Derealization • Depersonalization disorder • Dissociative amnesia: there is 4 types • Dissociative fugue: lose identity and assume new identity • Dissociative trance: • Dissociative identity disorder: 2 alters • Likely Causes: break from being ourselves • Controversy: argue that it was create and not (2 sides) Sexual and Gender Identity • • • • Gender Identity disorder Prevalence of sexual dysfunctions Categories of sexual dysfunctions Paraphilias ...
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