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Date Created: 03/26/15
p 623 What is assessment 0 In psychology examination of a person s mental state to diagnose possible psychological disorders What is the primary goal 0 To make a diagnosis so that appropriate treatment can be provided What is prognosis mean 0 The course and probable outcome that depend on the particular mental disorder that is diagnosed p 628 What are internalizing disorders Characterized by negative emotions Can be grouped into categories that reflect that emotions of distress and fear 9 Distress Major depression Dysthymia Generalized anxiety disorder 9 Fear Agoraphobia Social phobia Panic disorder 0 More prevalent in females Externalizing disorders know examples Characterized by disinhibition lnclude alcoholism conduct disorders antisocial behavior 0 More prevalent in males p 633634 What is PTSD o A serious mental health disorder that involves frequent and recurring unwanted thoughts related to the trauma including nightmares intrusive thoughts and flashbacks What are the symptoms 0 Chronic tension anxiety health problems and experience memory and attention problems 0 An unusual problem in memory 9 Inability to forget 0 Attention bias 9 Soldier Which gender is more likely to develop PTSD 0 Women p 639 What is dysthymia and how long can it last 0 A form of depression that is not severe enough to be diagnosed as major depression 0 2 20 years 9 Because the depressed mood is so longlasting p 652 Which gender is more likely to experience negative symptoms 0 Male What kind of prognosis is associated with these symptoms Poorer prognosis 9 not likely to recover 9 More resistant to medications p 653 Compared to their siblings children who grew up to express Schizophrenia express demonstrated what 0 The more closely someone is genetically related to a person with schizophrenia the greater the risk that heshe will develop schizophrenia o Displayed unusual social behaviors more severe negative emptions and motor disturbances p 686 What is magnetic stimulation 0 A powerful electrical current produces a magnetic Shut down specific function part of brain 9 Give a pulse to motor region interfere with a person s ability to reach smoothly toward a target object 0 May be useful or depression Deep brain stimulation Involves surgically implanting electodes deep within the brain 0 Used to treat the symptoms of Parkinson s disease p 698699 An estimated how many Americans take antidepressants 1 in 10 over age 6 What are the areas of concern regarding this increased use 0 Much of the research conducted on the effectiveness of drug treatments is paid for by the pharmaceutical industry What are the biases in the literature 0 On the effectiveness of drug therapy 0 Much easier to publish positive results p 707708 What psychosocial treatments work for Schizophrenia Meditation 9 Reduce delusions and hallucinations Social skill straining 9 Address some deficits 9 Benefit from intensive training in regulating affect recognizing social cues and predicting the effects of their behavior in social situation An intensive form of cognitive behavioral therapy 9 Brain dysgunction gibes rise to disordered beliefs and disordered behavior


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