Chapter 12 - Psychopathology Statistical infrequency Norm...

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Psychopathology Statistical infrequency Norm violation Personal suffering Impaired functioning 50% 22.1% 20.9% Biopsychosocial model Neurobiological/medical model Psychodynamic model Social-cognitive model Humanistic model Sociocultural model Culture-general Culture-specific Diathesis-stress model DSM-IV Axis I Axis II Axis III Axis IV Axis V Criticism Rosenham study Neurosis Psychosis Szaz Anxiety Disorder Phobia Specific phobias Social phobias Agoraphobia Generalized anxiety disorder Panic disorder Obsessive-compulsive disorder Biological factors Psychological factors Somatoform disorders Conversion disorder Hypochondriasis Somatization disorder Pain disorder Causes Dissociative disorders Dissociative fugue
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Dissociative amnesia Dissociative identity disorder Causes Mood disorders Major depressive disorders Seasonal Affective Disorder Dysthymic disorder Suicide Bipolar disorder Mania Cyclothymic disorder Biological factors Psychological factors Aaron Beck’s triad Schizophrenia Rule of thirds
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