Avoidance avaoidance 2 things you dont want to do o Approach avoidance has

Avoidance avaoidance 2 things you dont want to do o

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Avoidance avaoidance - 2 things you don’t want to do o Approach avoidance – has something you want and don’t want to do o Constructive coping – efforts people make to deal with stressful events o Learned helplessness Dog in cage with wall, then shocked cant leave Dog in a cage with a small wall, shocked wont leave o Type A personality Impatient, competitive o Type B Chill Easy going o Burn out – physical exhaustion o Catharsis – release of emotion - Psychological disorders o Eating disorders Anorexia – driven by society expectations Perfectionist 4.0 students High achievers disciplined Sometimes starve themselves to death Restriction – restrict amount of food coming in Compensation – vomit or take drugs to lose weight Hyper arousal – on edge bc learn that the world isn’t a safe place Embrace the issue to overcome ptsd Dissociation to black out with the thought of an event o Mood disorders Major depressant disorder Experience a major depression episode Most typical type of depression sleep less eat less Eat more sleep more to comfort yourself Season affective disorder
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Comes and goes with seasons Lithium is best treatment for bipolar disorder o Bipolar disorder Had major depression disorder Had manic episode Hypo dynamic episode – people will most likely not involve in life threatening activities - Frey testimony – established you can’t have experts come into influence jury o Confessions They want attention they are ill o Chorused compliant confession Person confesses to end interview o chorused internalized confession people believe they committed crime - insanity – inability to understand the wrongfulness of crime - temporary insanity – only insane for that moment - mens rea – criminal intent
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