Exam 4 study guide, 111 F10

Exam 4 study guide, 111 F10 - 1 Psychology 111; F10;...

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1 Psychology 111; F10; Higley/Maxwell Exam 4 Study Guide Chapter 12: Psychological Disorders 1. What are some ways that mental illness was explained in the past? How did they rid people of mental illness according to these beliefs? 2. What is the definition of abnormality today, what are the different facets? How does culture affect mental illness/abnormalities? 3. Compare and contrast the biological and psychological models of abnormality. Know how a behaviorists, psychodynamic theorist, and a cognitive theorist different in explaining abnormality. 4. How does the biopsychosocial model integrate all of these models? 5. What is the DSM IV? Study table 12.1 and 12.2 6. Study in detail:: a. Anxiety disorders: a.i. Types of disorders in this category a.ii. Symptoms a.iii. How to recognize them a.iv. What part/parts of the brain is affected? a.v. Causes a.vi. Treatments b. Mood disorders: b.i. Types of disorders in this category b.ii. Symptoms b.iii. How to recognize them b.iv. What part/parts of the brain are affected? b.v. Causes b.v.1. What is the stress-diathesis of depression b.v.2. What does the Caspi study indicate about the causes of depression b.v.3. What is the evidence that serotonin is involved in depression b.vi. Treatments c. Schizophrenia and personality disorders: c.i. Types of disorders in this category c.ii. Categories of schizophrenia c.iii. Symptoms c.iii.1. What are negative and positive symptoms c.iv. What are the symptoms of bipolar and schizophrenia. c.iv.1. How is bipolar most often treated? c.v. What part/parts of the brain are affected in schizophrenia? c.v.1. How are the brains of schizophrenics different from those of normal?
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2 c.v.2. What is the dopamine hypothesis of schizophrenia and what is the evidence for it? c.v.3. Why is schizophrenia more prevalent at some times of the year than others? c.vi.
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Exam 4 study guide, 111 F10 - 1 Psychology 111; F10;...

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