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Lecture 4 2011 - 2 Population explosion – from 5-50,000 3...

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Psych/HD 2820 Community Outreach September 20, 2011
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Incidence = Organic factors & stress exploitation          Coping skills & self-esteem & support groups Albee’s Incidence Formula
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Stress Stress causes … 1) Alarm –  panic, anxiety, flight, etc. 2) Resistance –  adaptation, adjustment with a  cost 3) Exhaustion –  depletion, decline, death [ Seyle (1982) compares this sequence to life  itself:     infancy, adulthood, old age]
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Levels of Prevention Redefined Tertiary Prevention:  rehabilitating full  blown disorders Secondary Prevention:  early interventions Primary Prevention:  anticipating a  disorder, fostering mental health
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Blackwell (from  Worlds Apart ) Exploring a Community 1. History – coal discovered at the turn of the century
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Population explosion – from 5-50,000 3. Coal Companies – unchecked power 4. Economic/Energy changes … 5. The Parkers and the Scotts 6. The Board of Education …city vs. county schools 7. It’s who you know, and what your last name is. Blackwell Voices 1. Dr. “Johnson Jones” (4) 2. Joey Scott – what he owns and who he’ll hire (25/28) 3. Wanda – from despair to possibilities (46) 4. Randy – how far you can go on charm and a good temperament (48-50 ) Canada’s Test Question When someone points a gun in your direction but doesn’t want to shoot you, you should: a. Run into the nearest building. b. Yell and scream while you run away. c. Stand still. d. Hit the ground....
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