A. MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER!
Symptoms: sad mood, lose interest in pleasurable activities, changes in appetite and
weight, sleep difficulties, physical slowness/physical agitation, energy loss, feelings of
KEY FACTS ABOUT SUICIDE
The losses faced by families, friends, workplaces and communities as a result of
death by suicide are enormous. Worldwide, more people die by suicide than by
homicide and war.
In BC, suicide is the second leading cause of death a
CS 105 Introduction to Addictions
Due: Tuesday January 21, 2014
Prepare a pamphlet on the Effects of Alcohol. Your target group is youth. Provide information
on the effects on the brain, the cardiovascular system, sleep, pregnancy and its inter
CS 155 Introduction to Mental Health
Lab Chapter 13
1. Distinguish between positive symptoms, negative symptoms, and disorganization.
Positive symptoms refer to mental disturbances in the patient's perception of reality that do not exist
Today, for good or bad, online dating is one of the most popular ways to meet people. The popularity of
Internet dating sites has added to this new way of getting to know someone. Nowadays, you can find
dating websites for almost any interest. Whether you
Proofs Review Exercises
1) Q v (R ! S)
S (T v U)
1. Q v (R ! S)
3. S (T v U)
4. R ! S DS 1,2
5. S Simp. 4
6. T v U MP 3,5
2) P v Q
1. P v Q
2. R ~P
4. Q ~S
5. ~P MP 2,3
6. Q DS 1,5
7. ~S MP 4,6
3) P (Q v R)
Non-Deductive Reasoning Revisited
What is non-deductive reasoning?
How is non-deductive reasoning different from deductive reasoning?
How do we evaluate non-deductive arguments?
Non-Deductive Reasoning Revisited
The idea here is to make a convincing case
Standard Form Practice Problems
A. All electrons are negatively charged particles and all negatively charged particles
attract positively charged particles. Therefore, all electrons attract positively charged
1. All electrons are negatively cha
For each of the following put the arguments into standard form and provide a diagram.
1. If I wear a fancy hat, then I need a tasty biscuit. Im wearing my fancy hat, so I need a
biscuit. But if I need a biscuit, then I eat a biscuit. There is no doubt Im
Symbolization Review Exercises (bolded is solution)
Use the following variables to symbolize the exercises into sentential form:
G = God exists
L = Life has substantial meaning
H = Humanity is free to create its own meaning
A = There is life after death
CHAPTER 15: THERAPY!
I. Psychological Therapy
-Assumption is that psychological factors are the underlying cause for psychological
disorders and psychological methods are used to treat them.
-developed by Freu
-deeply ingrained, rigid, inflexible, enduring way of thinking, feeling and behaving
-organized into 3 clusters
B. ANXIOUS/FEARFUL BEHAVIOUR!
Withdrawn Avoidant Personality Disorder
-want interpersonal relat
CHAPTER 12: [EMOTIONS,] STRESS AND HEALTH (PGS. 527-549)!
I. Stress and Illness
In 1900s, wed die from (1) TB, (2) Pneumonia, (3) Diarrhea
NOW we die from lifestyle diseases- (1) Heart Disease, (2) Cancer, (3) Stroke
-50% of mo
CHAPTER 13 PERSONALITY!
I. Historic Perspectives on Personality
Personality: The typical way we think, feel and behave.
A. The Psychoanalytic Perspective
1. Exploring the Unconscious
-believed some neurological disorders may have psychological c
-class of disorders where anxiety is the predominant factor
A. GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER (GAD)!
-global, extensive, persistent state of anxiety
-person who suffers: continuous state of apprehension, tension and fear
-considered to be the cancer of psychological disorders
-not a single disorder but a class of disorders
-* key point * they completely lose touch with reality
-causes profound distortions of basi
Running head: Internet Dating - Statistics, Trends and Research
CS 126 Sociology
Author: Haris Pasalic
Instructor: Bryan Coker
Due Date: Tuesday October 8, 2013
Internet Dating - Statistics, Trends and Research