B.abnormal.anxiety - Avoidance learning Learned...

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Avoidance learning Avoidance learning
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Learned helplessness (Seligman) Learned helplessness (Seligman) Overmier & Seligman, 1967; Overmier & Seligman, 1967; Seligman & Maier, 1967 Seligman & Maier, 1967
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Seligman’s shuttle box Seligman’s shuttle box
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Behaviors Behaviors intended to intended to escape are escape are called called “avoidance “avoidance behaviors” behaviors” These These behaviors behaviors underlie the underlie the behavioral behavioral view of view of anxiety anxiety disorders disorders
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Approach-Avoidance phenomenon Approach-Avoidance phenomenon
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Approach-Avoidance phenomenon Approach-Avoidance phenomenon Should I stay or Should I stay or should I go? should I go?
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Why would one do self harm?
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Why?
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insanity? Uffizi Version, 1620
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Why would one do self harm? And harm others??? Kazmierczak: stopped taking anti- depressant 3 weeks ago OCD Valentines’ day
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Model is additive 1 factor? 2 3 implications for stress
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Suffering…. ..…2. ....... 3……4…. ..5…. ....6…. ...Thrive
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The supernatural tradition Evil spirits Demons Witches
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In middle ages: if exorcism failed Make body uninhabitable by the spirits by: Confinement Beatings Torture
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Hanging people over a pit full of poisonous snakes might scare the evil spirits out of the body
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Dark Ages (500 – 1500 A.D.) Burning demon possessed
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1510 Manual for how to diagnose and “treat” witches Usual symptoms: bipolar Schizophrenia Psychotic depression
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If she floats =
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course PSY 120 taught by Professor Donnely during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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