CHAPTER 1: EXAMPLES AND DEFINITIONS OF ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR
RECOGNIZAING THE PRESENCE OF A DISORDER
psychosis- a general term that refers to several types of severe mental disorder in which the person is
considered to be out of contact with reality.
CHAPTER 2: CAUSES OF ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR
Paradigm- a set of shared assumptions that includes both the substance of a theory and beliefs about how
scientists should collect data and test the theory.
*The four broad paradigms are biol
Biology 141 Summer 2013
Exam 1 Study Questions
What is the difference between hypotheses and a scientific Theory? What kinds
of hypotheses are useful for scientific investigations that try to explain the natural world,
and which are not? Give on
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The Fiddler on the Roof
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After reading T&C, ch. 1, Why study intercultural communication? a
Anxiety disorders- wen fear and anxiety prevent normal functioning
Fear- a form of anxiety that is categorized by distress about specific dangerous objects.
Somatic elements- internal and extermnal actions
Emotional elements sense of dread