PS 371- Exam 1 Review Topics

PS 371- Exam 1 Review Topics - Humanitarian Reform Moral...

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Review topics for Exam 1 Heritability Diathesis-stressor Nature vs. nurture Biopsychosocial model (includes neuropsychology, brain, personality, and cultural issues) Integrated models Definition of abnormal behavior (subjective, dysfunctional, statistical, DSM 4 TR (diagnostic/categorical) Advantages and disadvantages of classifying mental disorders Epidemiology Prevalence and types Co-mordibity Nomothetic Idiographic Analog History of abnormal behaviors Trephining Hippocrates and early Greek views Plato, Galen, Ching Chung and their contributions Middle ages Avicenna
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Unformatted text preview: Humanitarian Reform Moral management Impact of discovery of general paresis (syphilis) Mental hygiene movement Pinel and Dix Role of the military Clifford Beers & William James Hill Burton Act Advances in the 20th century Psychotrophic medications Comtemporary views Kraepelin & dementia praecox Mesmer & hypnosis Nancy School & Charcot Freud & psychodynamic perspective Behavioral and CBT Humanism Socio-cultural factors Culture-based disorders (whatever is covered until Wednesday 10/5 will be included on the exam) **also don't forget the brain material (see previous list of brain structures & neuropsychology)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course PS 371 taught by Professor Brody during the Spring '08 term at BU.

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