Test 5 Lecture Out Line

Test 5 Lecture Out Line - Test 5 Study Guide: Lecture 1...

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Test 5 Study Guide : Lecture 1 Pages 581-589 November 15, 2005 Psychological Disorders: Lecture Outline: Abnormal Psychology: - Historical Perspective - Modern Perspective Greeks: - The Greeks thought there to be a balance of four Humors in order to be well - Trephination: (Demons ye be gone) evil spirits with in you. Drill a hole in some ones head to release the pressures of the demons. There are groups in England that still do this today Prefrontal Aboding: Damaging parts of the brain on purpose to release abnormalities Our Modern Time: - Abnormal: anything different in an undesirable way from the norm - Is something way below or way above the average - Example: Naked man Below Normal Above - Example: Homosexuality December 9, 1973: Abnormal December 10, 1973: Became normal Criteria for being Normal or Abnormal - DSM: Book that classifies abnormal behavior - Deviant Behavior: means A-typical or not typical - Maladaptive: Does it interfere with your ability to function or be less effective? - Physically or personally distressful to self or others (Depends on Judgment Call) 5 Different Perspectives of how to arrive to abnormal behavior: - Biological Perspective : (medical point of view) (3 Sub categories)
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- 1. Structural : changes in actual brain structure - 2. Bio-Chemistry : Hormones and Nero-transmitters - 3. Genetic : genetic predisposed from parents - Psychoanalytic Approach : - caused by familiar disarray - Behavioral View : - Classical Conditioning - Operant Conditioning - Observational Conditioning (Abnormal Behavior appears in these) ( Example: Sexual desires or phoebes) - Cognitive : - Abnormality occurs due to the way people think - Example: Depression - Sosioculture : - Gender roles, socioeconomic status - Culture bound syndrome : only occurs in certain cultures 2 Multi-System Theories: - Diathesis: as they interact with each other it results in psychological disorder Example: Parents were alcoholics, you have those genes - Biopsychosocial: additive model, certain things add up to result in psychological disorder
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How to classify all aspects of individual w/ psydisorders: - Biopsycosocial perspective - Axis 1 : All clinical disorders except Mental and personality disorders > Example : Schizophrenia - Axis 2 : personality disorders - Axis 3 : medical problems > Example: Blind or deaf person - Axis 4 : environmental stressors > Example: abusive family situations - Axis 5 : Global leveling of functioning > How a person does well on there own > range from 0 to 100 in increments - Benefits of this system? > anybody working with you to know the exact systems
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Leslie during the Fall '08 term at Ole Miss.

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