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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Kendal Larson on Monday September 19, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Psyc 310-04 at University of South Carolina Upstate taught by Professor Perry in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 2 views.
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Psychology 310 Exam 1 Study Guide Fall 2016 Chapter 1: Abnormal Behavior in Historical Context Definition and general understanding of what a psychological disorder is. Types of mental health practitioners Understanding of clinical description Historical traditions used to explain abnormal behavior GalenicHippocratic Tradition General paresis Development and consequences of biological treatments Moral therapy and treatments in the psychological tradition Main ideas of psychoanalytic theory and structure of the mind Familiarity with humanistic theory and systematic desensitization in behavioral theory Chapter 2: Integrative Approach to Psychopathology The multidimensional model and it’s influences Genetic contributions to psychopathology Diathesisstress model and the reciprocal geneenvironment model Epigenetics General understanding of neurons and how they communicate Neurotransmitters and their connection to mental health issues Cultural, social, and interpersonal factors in psychopathology Chapter 3: Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis Purpose and types of psychological assessment Reliability, validity, and standardization Differences in and uses of: clinical interviews, mental status exams, and behavioral assessments ABC’s of observation Types of psychological testing Terminology and strategies of psychological classification Differences between the DSMIV and DSM5 Comorbidity How to use the DSM for diagnosis.
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