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Unformatted text preview: to display one of the symptoms in this category -Avoiding anything that remind you of the original stressor - -Substance abuse is a comorbid situation with PTSD patients -Depersonalization: detachment of one self -> not knowing who you are -Derealization: questioning reality -Extreme psychological effects -Rate is twice as high in women so 10% of women exprience PTSD and 5% of men experience it -Could be a reporting bias -There can be many explenatoins regarding thsi -Post traumatic growth has come out of the
positive psychology ﬁeld -Not everyone who experiences a traumatic
event develop PTSD. Some grow from their
experience - -People who are open to new experiences, and
extroverted are less likely to develop PTSD -Activities one engages in after the traumatic
experience also has to do with whether or not
it is developed -20 multiple choice -5 short answers (20 points total) -Point form 4 MC questions from each chapter 1,3,4,5,6 Chapter1: -Different facets of health psychology; roles of the ﬁeld (most
important) -Functions of the biopsychosocial model(important) -History of the ﬁeld (general concepts only are necessary (not
so important) -Other key terms and phrases Chapter3: -Health habits, health behaviors, and their deﬁnition (very
important, but no health behavior change in short answer -General trends in the literature that help us understand how
health behaviors work -Models of health behavior change (focus on this) -Therapies and interventions for changing health behaviors
(focus on this as well Chapter 4: -Recent ﬁndings about particular health behaviors -Treatments/ therapies for poor health behaviors -Sunscreen use/exercise/obesity/sleep (one question on
sunscreen, one on exercise, one in obesity and one in sleep) -Chapter 5 -Trends in literature -Recent ﬁndings about particular health behaviors -Treatments therapies for poor health behaviors -Alcohol abuse and smoking, alcohol abuse, smoking, eating
disorder Chapter 6 -Deﬁnitions, models, and measures of stress including key
terms stages (only focus on key terms) (nothing about speciﬁc studies will be tested) Short answer 1 question from lecture 2 (sept 10) 1 question from lecture 3 and lecture 7 1 question from lecture 5 (lecture 4 is also relevant) 1 question from lecture 8 (anita's guest lecture) -Not very detailed -Main points 1 question from lecture 7 and lecture 9 (NOT TESTED ON SLIDE 31 ONWARD FROM TODAY NO PTSD) relevant movies: super size me 35 minutes of portrait of a killer short answer study tips study terms/concepts that can be compared/constrasted study prominent theories and models sepcially those with componetns factors study process models step stage throeis think about hte pr...
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This note was uploaded on 01/15/2014 for the course PSYCH 314 taught by Professor Davidking during the Winter '13 term at University of British Columbia.
- Winter '13
- Health Psychology