PSY 370 STUDY GUIDE
PSY 370 STUDY GUIDE PSY 370
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Date Created: 05/07/16
PSY370 Outline for ‘New’ Material Professor Sterling, Spring 2016 1. Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence A. Anxiety a. Review childhood anxiety disorders, especially Separation Anxiety Disorder, in your book B. Childhood Mood Problems a. Review childhood mood proble ms, including Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, and Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder in your book C. ADHD a. What are the core dimensions (inattention/hyperactivity) and core symptoms b. Diagnostic criteria c. Common treatments (medication + behaviora l) D. Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) a. Diagnostic criteria (briefly) E. Conduct Disorder a. Diagnostic criteria and the 15 criteria in the 4 domains of behavior (e.g., aggression to people/animals, destruction of property, deceitfulness/theft, serious violation of rules) F. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) a. Prevalence, male/female ratio b. Early signs/red flags c. Diagnostic criteria d. Potential causes of ASD (e.g., vaccines??, neurological impairment, genetics) e. Other common features in ASD (e.g., theory of mind) 2. Disorders of Aging and Cognition A. Who are the ‘elderly’? What are some of their life circumstances? B. Mental health/challenges to accessing care a. Late-‐Life Depression i. Potential causes and important treatment considerations b. Anxiety c. Substance Abuse d. Psychotic Disorders C. Disorders of Cognition a. Delirium (what are some common causes?) b. Alzheimer’s Disease i. Symptoms/diagnostic features, course (progression) ii. Alzheimer’s diagnosis after death D. ‘Other’ Neurocognitive disorders a. Huntington’s Disease (brief overview) b. Parkinson’s Disease E. Treatments for neurocognitive disorders
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