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smu clinical psychology

smu clinical psychology

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School: Southern Methodist University
Department: Psychology
Course: Abnormal Psychology
Professor: Michael lindsey
Term: Fall 2017
Tags: abnormal psych
Cost: Free
Name: PSYC 2351-003 Week 1
Description: These notes are just extra notes on the rundown of the class beyond what is in the syllabus.
Uploaded: 08/18/2017
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Orientation x3: Who are you?




How does this go with clinical psychology?



Introduction Wednesday,  August 23, 2017 1:13 AMDetails about the class: a. He suggests having the current edition of textbook, not earlier editions a. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual - 5: every single psychopathology thing is in States b. Published 2013 by the ADA c. Disorders detailed in this 5th edition are dimensional and on a spectrum b. IWe also discuss several other topics like guc intranet
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t's cool to bring the text to class c. Devices are fine to use for that text a. It'll affect your participation grade if you misuse technology, but it's allowed d. Exams are pretty much dependent on what he says on the review a. Emphasized how erratic he knows he can be about it b. 50 Multiple Choice  A rundown of the first few class sessions and short short summaries of the upcoming chaptI. Psychology has always been an aberration of medicine Philosophy seems to always want to answer the "whys" and connect humans to everySometimes there's ailments without predictable treatment ○ A mention of Freud Abnormal Psychology explains ailments without a medical basis occasionally II. Breaking down a biopsychosocial perspective: a. "Bio": what extent are genes responsible b. "Psycho": what has the individual experienced (environment, upbringing, exterc. "Social": what network are they in III. Synonymous terms: "best practices", "evidence based", and "peer reviewed" - The New England journal (?) is the best in this field (may have misheard him) IV. Triage: who is dying more quickly; identifying who to attend to. A military term a. How does this go with clinical psychology? You make an assessment on where ti. Ex. Out of a patient who says "I'm thinking of kiling myself, I hear voices,to talk to me through my TV", you'd probably want to start with their suib. There is primary, secondary, and tertiary diagnosis in triage c. Orientation x3: Who are you? Where are you? What day is it? Mental Status ere, in regards to the United  rs: hing al forces)  begin with new patients. and I think the Devil is trying  idal thoughts first valuationa. How does this go with clinical psychology? You make an assessment on where ti. Ex. Out of a patient who says "I'm thinking of kiling myself, I hear voices,to talk to me through my TV", you'd probably want to start with their suib. There is primary, secondary, and tertiary diagnosis in triage c. Orientation x3: Who are you? Where are you? What day is it? Mental Status  begin with new patients. and I think the Devil is trying  idal thoughts first valuation

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