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Psychology in Action

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T EXT E NRICHMENT Page Chapter Outline 428 Learning Objectives 429 Chapter Summary/Lecture Organizer 430 Teaching Resources 434 Lecture Lead-Ins 435 Lecture Extenders 436 Key Terms 438 Discussion Questions 439 Web Sites 440 Suggested Films and Videos 441 Books for Success 444 DEMONSTRATIONS, EXERCISES, PROJECTS Active Learning Activities 445 Brain-Based Learning Activities 448 Critical Thinking Exercises 450 Gender and Cultural Diversity Activity 454 Writing Project 456 Instructor’s Resource Guide                              Chapter 14                                         Page   171         C HAPTER 14 PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS
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  O utline Studying Psychological Disorders Identifying Abnormal Behavior Gender and Cultural Diversity Avoiding Ethnocentrism Explaining Abnormality Classifying Abnormal Behaviors Anxiety Disorders Five Major Anxiety Disorders Explaining Anxiety Disorders Mood Disorders Understanding Mood Disorders Gender and Cultural Diversity How Gender and Culture Affect Depression Explaining Mood Disorders Research Highlight Suicide and Its Prevention Critical Thinking/Active Learning How Your Thoughts Can Make You Depressed Schizophrenia Symptoms of Schizophrenia Types of Schizophrenia Explaining Schizophrenia Gender and Cultural Diversity Schizophrenia Around the World Other Disorders Substance-Related Disorders Dissociative Disorders Personality Disorders Psychology at Work Testing Your Knowledge of Abnormal Behavior Instructor’s Resource Guide                              Chapter 14                                         Page   172
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L earning O bjectives Upon completion of CHAPTER 14, the student should be able to: 14.1 Identify five common myths about mental illness. (p. 474) 14.2 Define abnormal behavior, and list four standards for identifying it. (p. 474) 14.3 Compare and contrast culture-general and culture-bound symptoms versus culture-general and culture-bound mental disorders. (p. 475) 14.4 Briefly describe the history of abnormal behavior. (p. 478) 14.5 Describe the purpose and criticisms of the DSM-IV-TR, and differentiate between neurosis, psychosis, and insanity. (p. 479) 14.6 Define anxiety disorders and the five major subtypes. (p. 483) 14.7 Identify the major contributors to anxiety disorders. (p. 486) 14.8 Compare and contrast the two major mood disorders. (p. 488) 14.9 What are the major similarities and differences in depression across cultures and between genders? (p. 489) 14.10 Describe the key biological and psychosocial forces that contribute to mood disorders. (p.
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