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fall 2011 Abnormal Psychology Final Review Remember: These are concepts that would be useful to know for the exam. You will also want to be familiar with all the terms in bold in the book. However, keep in mind that simply knowing these will not be sufficient for getting a good grade. Make sure you know the broader concepts and application. Also, this is not a complete list, but it begins to get at the topics important to know. Chapter 7 – PTSD, ASD, & Dissociative Identity Disorder -Trauma – definition and types -PTSD vs. ASD – symptoms and etiological models -what are the distinguishing symptoms between PTSD and ASD apart from time duration? -PTSD epidemiology – prevalence rates, gender and ethnic differences -Various treatment types + effectiveness -DID – characteristics, etiology, iatrogenesis + controversies Chapter 9 – Personality Disorders Clusters – defining characteristics of each cluster Know the specific disorders in each cluster – symptoms/characteristics associated Five Factor Model of Personality Role of Culture in PDs Distinction between axis I and axis II disorders Dimensional Classification vs. Dimensional Classification
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