Phobias a social phobia b specific phobia i claustrophobia ii acrophobia c

Phobias a social phobia b specific phobia i

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1.Phobias a.social phobiab.specific phobia
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i.claustrophobiaii.acrophobiac.agoraphobia2.Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)3.Panic disordera.panic attack 4.Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) 5.Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) 1.Major depressive disorder – more common in women 3.Bipolar disorder – equally common in men and women a.extreme highs of mania & extreme lows of major depressionb.manic episode (mania)i.rapid flight of ideasii.pressured speechC.Dissociative disorders1.Dissociative fugue2.Dissociative amnesia3.Dissociative identity disorder (DID) – previously known as multiple personality disorderD. Schizophrenia 1.Positive symptoms of schizophrenia 2.Negative symptoms of schizophrenia 3.Categories of schizophrenia
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2. Hypochondriasis G. Personality disorders 1. What is a personality disorder? 2. Three clusters of personality disorders a. Cluster A – odd, eccentric i. paranoid personality disorder ii. schizoid personality disorder iii. schizotypal personality disorder b. Cluster B – dramatic, erratic i. histrionic personality disorder ii. narcissistic personality disorder iii. antisocial personality disorder (ASPD) Biological vs. social learning explanation iv. borderline personality disorder (BPD) c. Cluster C – fearful, anxious i. avoidant personality disorder ii. dependent personality disorder iii. obsessive-compulsive personality disorder Study Guide for Chapter 13 – Methods of Therapy You should be able to define / describe / provide an example of / identify an example of: I. Therapy types A. Psychodynamic therapies (began with Freud’s psychoanalysis) 1. Exposing the unconscious a. Catharsis b. Free association c. Resistance d. Dream analysis i. Manifest content (all the parts of the dream we remember; what we would describe to someone else when recalling our dream) ii. Latent content (hidden content of dream, such as forbidden thoughts and unconscious desires, that is represented only symbolically) iii. Symbolization – unacceptable latent content expressed in manifest content symbolically (e.g., children are symbolized as small animals) iv. Wish fulfillment – in dreams, the acting out of ideas and impulses that are repressed when one is conscious e. Freudian slips f. Transference g. Interpretation B. Humanistic therapies
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