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Unformatted text preview: PY 0 a 4 u d D.Lau r fires; a health [Chapter 14 & lectures) behavioral medicine heaith psychology stressors stress adaptive (positive) stress maladaptive (negative) stress stress response system epinephrine norepinephrine Cannon ‘ fight or flight glucacoricoids cortisol adrenal glands sympathetic nervous system Selye general adaptation syndrome & phases of catastrophes life events daily hassles stress & heart disease Type A&B psychophysiology & illness T lymphocytes B lymphocytes macrophages immune system stress & AIDS stress & cancer coping: problem-focused & emotion-focused explanatory style social support ways to manage stress: aerobic exercise, biofeedback. relaxation, meditation smoking ' obesity Psygholaglcai disorgggs (Chapter ié & pages 478-480 &lectures) normal vs. abnormal ' medical model biospsychasocial approach attention deficit hyperactivity disorder [ADHAl DSM—iV 5 Axes of diagnosis labeling _ anxiety disorders generalized anxiety disorder panic disorder agoraphobia phobias obsessions compulsions obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) how different perspectives explain anxiety mood disorders major depressive disorder dysthymia mania bipolar disorder explanations for mood disorders eating disorders & explanations for them anorexia nervosa bulimianervosa schizophrenia positive symptoms negative symptoms research & how schizophrenia is explained/understood personality disorders antisocial personality disorder rates of disorders Trggtment & therapy (Chapter 17 & lectures) psychoanalysis free association resistance interpretation transference humanistic therapy client centered therapy active iistening behavior therapy counterconditioning exposure therapies aversive conditioning systematic desensitization token economy cognitive therapies effectiveness of therapy outcome research commonalities amount therapies psychopharmacology antipsychotics anti—a nxiety medications antidepressants mood stabilizers electroconvulsive therapy ...
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