Know some risk and protective factors associated with drug use
The risk factors is anything that makes you more at risk to use the drug.
1. having friends who use
2. Engaging in antisocial behavior
3. Perceiving substance use to be prevalent at school
4.
Running head: Case Conceptualization and Treatment Plan
Case Conceptualization
Tameka Coleman
CNSL 556: Portfolio II
Jennifer Rousch, PsyD
February 6, 2015
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Running head: Case Conceptualization and Treatment Plan
CASE CONCEPTUALIZATION & TREATMENT PLAN
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Lily Abrahams
Psychoanalysis Final Paper
Professor Klein
Film: John Tucker Must Die
John Tucker: An Unexpected Psychoanalyst
It was in the seventh grade when I realized I was invisible. Kate, the films
protagonist, introduces herself with the previous sta
Oct 31st Monday Lecture 15
Drugs and Behavior
Recap on MAOIs
Not just a cheese reaction
- Yogurt, sour cream tofu, soy sauce, avocadeo, peanuts, eggplant, soda, bananas, grapes, etc.
Tricyclic Antidepressants
Blocks reuptake of monoamines
- Results in i
Oct_12 Wednesday Lecture_10
Drugs and Behavior
Environmental/Psychosocial factors: Treatment Implications
Operant Conditioning
Type of learning in which future probability of a behavior is affected by its consequences
The consequences control the future
Oct 19 Wednesday Lecture 12
Drugs and Behavior
Recap
Difference between powder cocaine and crack cocaine hydrochloride form
1994 Sentencing Commission Directed
To issues a report with recommendations regarding Federal cocaine policy
Recommendation 1995
Oct 26 Wednesday Lecture 14
Drugs and Behavior
Why might scientists exaggerate harmful drug effects?
- The scientific literature exaggerated the harmful effects of methamphetamine
- Question is: why the exaggeration? Where the contingencies (stimulus, rei
Oct 17 Monday Lecture 11
Drugs and Behavior
Dont change yourself, change your environment B.F. Skinner
- Change the reinforcers
Take Home Message
Contingencies of reinforcement can provide a powerful tool for
- Studying, understanding, explaining behavio
Oct 24 Monday Lecture 13
Drugs and Behavior
Continue with Methamphetamine: Popular concerns
Addiction
- Worried about the rate at which methamphetamine would create addiction
- Increase the litrolipidity would make the drug cross the blood-brain barrier
Nov 2nd, Wednesday
Drugs and Behaviors Guest Lecture_Clare McCormack
Prenatal alcohol exposure and developmental outcomes in infants
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)
- 1971: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) formed
- the fetal alcohol
9/19 Lecture 4 Drugs and Behaviour
Drug Use as Deviant Behaviour
Why would people continue to use drugs when so many disapprove?
Addictive personality?
NO
Biological Defect?
Weak in terms of empirical experience
Poor parenting?
Week evidence
Behavior t
9/7 Lecture 1
Drugs and Behavior W2460
Mon & Wed 8:40-9:55
Office and hours: Schermerhorn Hall Room 401-D
212-851-9421
Appointment: [email protected]
Lab location: New York State Psychiatric Institute R3706
Course objectives:
Use of psychoactive dr
9_14 Lecture 3
Drugs and Behaviours
The scare tactics to help reduce peoples use of drugs (example: video)
There is only correlation between the perceived risk and use of drugs. Cannot make
causal statements.
Quiz1:
1). From these data, why is it inapprop
9/21 lecture 5
Drugs and Behavior
Continue from last lecture:
More than 80% of individuals sentenced under the Crack/Powder Law are black
Severely restricted civil liberty in the 1980s
Drugs arrests contribute to horrifying statistics:
Black represent 1/3
9/12 Lecture2
Drugs and Behavior
How many heroin addicts are there in the U.S.?
What constitutes an addict?
I try to keep my coffee buzz going till the Martini buzz kicks in.
Thought 1: Coffee and the drugs(vitamin) which are normalized do not be
perceiv
41. An object is launched from the origin with a velocity of 15.0 m/s at an angle of 30.0 degrees above
the horizontal. What is the location of the object 2.00 seconds later?
A. X = 4.60 m, Y = 9.60 m
B. X = -26.0 m, Y = -26.0 m
C. X = -36.0 m, Y = -4.60
12. A force of 15 N toward the WEST is applied to a 4.0-kg box. Another force of 42 N toward the
EAST is also applied to the 4.0-kg box. The net force on the 4.0-kg box is
A. 57 N toward the WEST.
B. 27 N toward the EAST.
C. 36 N toward the WEST.
D. 36 N
9. A vector A is directed along the positive x-axis and has a magnitude of 3.00 units. Vector B is
directed along the negative x-axis and has a magnitude of 2.00 units. The magnitude and direction
of the vector A - B is
A. 3.00 units in the positive x dir
27.
How fast must a motor cycle go in order to jump a 5-meter gap in a bridge if he starts from the
level side that is 1 meter higher than the one he is to land on?
A. 8.35 m/s
B. 5.60 m/s
C. 11.1 m/s
D. 9.80 m/s
Giambattista - Chapter 03 #27
Section: 3.5
6.
The diameter of a circle is doubled. By what factor is the area changed?
A. 2
B. 2
C. 4
D. 4
E. 1
Giambattista - Chapter 01 #6
Section: 1.3 The Use of Mathematics
7.
The radius of a circle is increased by 5%. The percentage increase of the circumferenc
18.
By what factor does the volume of a cube increase if the length of the edges are tripled?
A. 6
B. 9
C. 3
D. 27
Giambattista - Chapter 01 #18
Section: 1.3 The Use of Mathematics
19.
The side of a cube is decreased by 6%. The percentage decrease of the
53. An object is launched from the origin with a velocity of 20.0 m/s at an angle of 30.0 degrees above
the horizontal. The object lands on a roof that is 4.00 m high. What is the speed when the object
hits the roof?
A. 19.2 m/s
B. 17.9 m/s
C. 12.5 m/s
D.
42.
Which of the following is not a SI base unit?
A. kelvin
B. kilogram
C. newton
D. second
E. meter
Giambattista - Chapter 01 #42
Section: 1.5 Units
43.
To be dimensionally consistent, distance [L], velocity [L/T], and time [T] must be related as
A. dist
39. A car starts from rest and moves with a constant acceleration of 5.0 m/s2. How long will it take to
reach a speed of 45.0 m/s?
A. 3.0 s
B. 9.0 s
C. 5.0 s
D. 11 s
40. Which car has a westward acceleration?
A. a car moving west at constant speed
B. a ca
Section: 2.5 Motion Along a Line with Constant Acceleration
48.
A runner starts from rest and with an acceleration of 2.0 m/s2 travels a distance of 12 meters.
The velocity of the runner at the end of the distance is
A. 3.4 m/s.
B. 5.7 m/s.
C. 6.9 m/s.
D.
66. A ball is thrown straight up, reaches a maximum height, then falls to its initial height. As the ball is
going up
A. both its velocity and its acceleration point downward.
B. its velocity points downward and its acceleration points upward.
C. its velo
59.
A ball is thrown straight up with an initial speed of 30 m/s. What is its speed after 4.2 s?
A. 72 m/s
B. 42 m/s
C. 30 m/s
D. 11 m/s
Giambattista - Chapter 02 #59
Section: 2.7 Free Fall
60.
A ball is thrown straight up with a speed of 30.0 m/s. What i
3.
An ant travels 30 cm east, then 25 cm north, and finally 15 cm west. What is the direction with
respect to his starting point?
A. 59 N of E
B. 77 N of E
C. 29 N of E
D. 59 N of W
Giambattista - Chapter 03 #3
Section: 3.2 Vector Addition and Subtraction
18. A car travels east at 50.0 km/hr for 2.00 hours. It then travels west 40.0 km in 1.00 hour. The
average velocity of the car for the entire trip is
A. 20.0 km/hr.
B. 27.1 km/hr.
C. 38.3 km/hr.
D. 46.7 km/hr.
E. 30.0 km/hr.
19. A motor cycle travels EAS