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Psychological Disorders Chapter 14 Psychology 210 Fall 2008 Dr. Akiyama
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Psychopathology The study of abnormal behavior
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Psychological Disorder Definition A Psychological Disorder is a prolonged or recurring problem that seriously interferes with an individual’s ability to live a satisfying personal life and function adequately in society 75% of all mental disorders begin by age 24
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Models of Abnormality Biological Model Genetic factors unlearned or inherited tendencies that influence how a person thinks, behaves, and feels Neurological factors such as having an overactive brain structure that contributes to the development of a mental disorder
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Models of Abnormality Cognitive Perspective Deficits in cognitive processes Psychoanalysis Hiding problems/the Unconscious Behaviorism Disorders are a product of learned responses
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Definitions of Abnormal Behavior
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Story of Richard Thompson…
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Definitions of Abnormal Behavior Statistical Definition Does behavior occur rarely or infrequently in relation to the behaviors of the general population?
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Definitions of Abnormal Behavior Social Norm Deviance Does behavior deviate greatly from accepted social standards, values, or norms?
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Definitions of Abnormal Behavior Subjective Discomfort Does behavior cause emotional distress or emotional pain?
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Definitions of Abnormal Behavior Maladaptive Does the behavior interferes with the individual’s ability to function in one’s personal life or in society?
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ASSESSING MENTAL DISORDERS
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ASSESSING MENTAL DISORDERS Clinical Assessment (Case Study) Systematic evaluation of an individual’s psychological, biological, and social factors
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DISORDERS Three methods of assessment
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