Study Guide - Study Guide: Exam 1 Abnormal Psychology...

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Study Guide: Exam 1 Abnormal Psychology Barlow and Durand Chapter 1: Abnormal Behavior in Historical Context 1. Be able to define a psychological disorder 2. What are the definitions of abnormal behavior? 3. What is the Scientist-Practitioner Model? 4. What occurs in clinical presentation? 5. What is etiology mean? 6. Be able to compare and contrast the different historical conceptions of abnormal behavior 7. Know the definitions of each “source” of abnormal behavior within each conception. e.g: demons and witches within the supernatural tradition 8. Know who Hippocrates and Galen were and what they discussed (i.e. the four humors) 9. Know the different defense mechanisms – be able to distinguish and differentiate 10. Know about the Neo-Freudians 11. Know about the elements associated with the traditions (e.g. Psychoanalytic theory within Psychological Tradition and some of the factors such as dream analysis and free association associated with that theory) Chapter 2: Integrative Approach 1. Know the difference between one-dimensional models and multi-dimensional models
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