General Psychology PSYC 101
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Date Created: 10/03/15
Guided Reading Unit 6 Clinical In order to best prepare you for lecture and the eventual test and nal exam this is an outline is meant to help you focus not limit your reading Please remember that material from lecture will also be included on the tests and exam but will not appear in this guide 7 please use your lecture notes to supplement this information when studying for tests and exams Chapters 14 De ning Abnormal Behavior This is critical to your success with this section know how abnormal behaviors are identified Biological Approach amp Psychological Approach Know the definition and critical factors of these two approaches Psychodynamic Behavioral Social Cognitive Trait Humanistic Perspectives Know the different perspectives of how abnormal behavior is explained Of the following disorders know the etiology origin symptoms and treatment of the following disorders spend extra time on bolded disorders Anxiety Disorders Obsessive Compulsive disorder OCD Phobic disorder Mood Disorders Bipolar Disorder Dissociative Disorders Schizophrenia Chapter 15 There are lots of therapies to consider narrow your focus to theses Biological Therapies Drug Therapy Electroconvulsive Therapy ECT Psychosurgery Psychodynamic Therapies Humanistic Therapies Behavior Therapies Cognitive Therapies
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