L6 Abnormal 4

L6 Abnormal 4 - Avoidant Personality Dependent Personality

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11. Sleep Disorders Dyssomnias (Disturbance in amount, quality, or timing of sleep.) Parasomnias (Abnormal event during sleep, e.g. dream, walking)
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12. Impulse-Control Disorders Not Elsewhere Classified Intermittent Explosive Disorder Kleptomania (stealing) Pathological Gambling Pyromania (fire setting) Trichotillomania (pulling out one’s own hair)
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13. Adjustment Disorders With Depressed Mood With Anxiety With Mixed Anxiety and Depressed Mood With Disturbance of Conduct With Mixed Disturbance of Emotions and Conduct
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14. Personality Disorders (Coded on Axis II) Paranoid Personality Schizoid Personality (social indifference) Schizotypal Personality (shizo-type symptoms) Antisocial Personality (e.g. aggressive) Borderline Personality (unstable self-image) Histrionic Personality (excessive emotionality) Narcissistic Personality (grandiosity)
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Unformatted text preview: Avoidant Personality Dependent Personality Obsessive-Compulsive Personality 15. Other Conditions That May Be A Focus Of Clinical Attention Psychological Factors Affecting Medical Condition (e.g. ulcers, angina, asthma, PMS, rashes, etc.) Medication-Induced Movement Disorders Relational Problems (Parent-Child, Partner, Sibling) Problems Related to Abuse or Neglect If state psychiatric hospitals today housed the same proportion of the population as they did in 1955, nearly 1 million people would be in institutions now. Instead, there are fewer than 70,000 patients. Where are the other? About half living with families, group homes, or on their own. Approximately 150,000 or in jails and prisons. Approximately 150,000 are homeless. Many are in nursing homes....
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This note was uploaded on 10/28/2011 for the course PSY 200 taught by Professor Craig during the Spring '08 term at N.C. State.

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L6 Abnormal 4 - Avoidant Personality Dependent Personality

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