Chapter Six: Stress Disorders/Dissociative Disorders1. Diagnostic criteria for PTSD and ASDa. PTSDi. Person is exposed to a traumatic event-death or threatened death, severe
injury, or sexual violation.
ii. Person experiences at least one of the following
Chapter 9: Suicide:
1. Definition of suicide; parasuicide
a. Suicide-an inflicted death in which one makes an intentional, direct, and conscious
effort to end ones life.
b. Parasuicide-a suicide attempt that doesnt result in death
2. How often in the US;
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Chapter Five: Anxiety Disorders:
1. Prevalence and comorbidity of anxiety disordersa. In any given year, 18% of the adult population in the U.S. experiences one of the six
Chapter 7: Mood Disorders:
1. Lifetime prevalence for depression; likelihood of recurrence of depression.
a. Around 19% of all adults experience unipolar depression at some time in their lives.
2. Symptoms of depression and mania.
Chapter 8: Mood Disorder Treatments:
1. CBT- what do; how effective?
a. What does it do?
i. Designed to help clients recognize and change their negative processes
i. 50-60% of clients show near total elimination of symptoms.
Unit 3 Study guide
1. Triplex Theory of memory:
Sensory Registrar: holds exact copy of information for 1-2 seconds
Short Term Memory (STM): stores briefly small amounts of information (temporary)
Long Term Memory (LTM): relatively permanent storage of
Psychology 2301 Unit 2 Review
Chapter 4: Sensory Psychology
Sensation: a Sensory impression and the process of detecting physical energies with sensory
Perception: mental process of organizing sensations into meaningful patterns
Distinguish the dim
Labels vs. Explanations
Control-impact of environments on
impact of your behavior on the
Fits our Boxes
We can explain it in
words and numbers
HEALTH, STRESS AND
Chapter 11: Health, Stress, and
Complete 11 and begin Chapter
12: Psychological Disorders
November 18 OVERFLOW and review for exam
UNIT FOUR EXAM
Chapters 10-12 (fi
We each have a personality!
PERSONALITY= A profile of:
and relatively stable
EXAMPLE OF PERSONALITY
One dimension of your personality:
To Accept or To Change?
O God, give us Grace to accept with
serenity the things that can not be
changed, courage to change the
things which should be changed,
and the wisdom to distinguish the
one from the other.
Cognition, Intelligence and
Cognition, Intelligence and
Why is this paragraph unusual?
This is an unusual paragraph. Im curious
how quickly you can find out what is so
unusual about it. It looks so plain y
8 Memory Principles
Is Sue in Bed OR cutting donuts
What do you know about
Memory Quiz (True-False)
1. Words are easier to remember
2. Connecting new
Psychology 2301 Chapters 1-3 Unit One study guide
Psychology: Scientific study of human and animal behavior
Overt Behavior: directly observable (walking, talking, eating, fighting)
Covert behavior: hidden or internal (thinking, feeling, remembering)
LEARNING AND FREEDOM OF CHOICE
Some of what you are is genetically
eye, and skin color
Some predispositions which require
ENVIRONMENT FACTORS to reveal themselves
LEARNING AND F
States of Consciousness
What is consciousness?
Consciousness: mental awareness of
sensations, perceptions, memories and
Consciousness: thinking, sense-making,
attention, awareness, understand
Mankinds place in the
created order from Psalms
What are human beings that you
are mindful of them?
Thou hast made him little less than
God, and dost crown him with
glory and honor. Thou has given
him dominion over the works of
The Miracle of
But first, USE YOUR BRAIN
Nature or Nurture?
Lets look at both and
Developmental Psychology: study of
the progressive changes in behav
Brain and Behavior
Your brain is amazing!
Aoccdrnig to rscheearch at an Elingsh uinervtisy, it deosn't mttaer in
waht oredr the ltteers in a wrod are, the olny iprmoatnt tihng is taht
the frist and lsat ltteer are in the rgh
Robert L. Benefield, PhD
Professor of Psychology and Criminal Justice
Department of Behavioral Science
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