Clang associations imagine the worst systematic

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Clang associations  "Imagine the worst Systematic,  sympathetic Quite pathetic,  apologetic, paramedic Your heart is  prosthetic"
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Paranoid Schizophrenia preoccupation with  delusions or hallucinations.  Somebody is out to get  me!!!!
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Catatonic Schizophrenia Flat effect Waxy Flexibility parrot like repeating of  another’s speech and  movements 
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Undifferentiated Schizophrenia Many and  varied  Symptoms.
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Other Disorders Paraphilias (pedophilia,  zoophilia, hybristophilia) Fetishism  sadist, masochist Eating Disorders Substance use disorders ADHD
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The Rosenhan Study Rosenhan’s associates were  Malingering symptoms of hearing  voices. They were ALL admitted for  schizophrenia. None were exposed as imposters. They all left diagnosed with  schizophrenia in remission. What are some of the questions  raised by this study?  
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Therapy It used to be that if someone  exhibited abnormal behavior,  they were institutionalized. Because of new drugs and  better therapy, the U.S. went  to a policy of  deinstitutionalization .
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Psychoanalytic Therapy Psychoanalysis (manifest and  latent content through….  hypnosis  free association,  dream, interpretation). Unconscious Transference Other therapies will result in  symptom substitution .
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Humanistic Therapy Client-Centered Therapy by Carl Rogers These are  non-directive therapies  and use  active listening . Self-actualization, free-will and  unconditional positive regard. Gestalt Therapy  by Fritz  Perls encourage clients to get in  touch with whole self.
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Behavioral Therapies Counterconditioning Classical Conditioning 1. Aversive Conditioning 2. Systematic desensitization 3. Flooding Operant Conditioning Token Economy
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Cognitive Therapy Change the way we view  the world (change our  schemas) Aaron Beck Albert Ellis and Rational  Emotive Therapy
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Somatic Therapies Psychopharmacology Antipsychotics (thorazine,  haldol) Anti-anxiety (valium,  barbiturates, Xanax) Mood Disorders (serotonin  reuptake inhibitors) Bipolar (lithium)
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Somatic Therapy Electroconvulsive Therapy  (ECT)- for depression. Psychosurgury 1. Prefontal lobotomy
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Group Therapy
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