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Study Guide for exam 2

by: Savannah Wagner Belk

Study Guide for exam 2 Psy 247

Savannah Wagner Belk
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Abnormal Psychology
Dr. Clemens

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Hey guys! This is a study guide I put together for the upcoming exam. It is a combination of everything ranging from personality disorders, anxiety disorders, drugs, sex, and more. It is color code...
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Date Created: 10/21/15
Study Guide for Exam 2 Anxiety Major depressive Disorders Questions 99 F 01 H9905 0 What are some examples of anxiety related disorders What is the treatment for these disorders What are the two types of mood disorders What does the DSM5 classify as the different types of depressive disorders What are the DSM5 classi cations for the different types bipolar disorder What is the difference between manic and mania What is the epidemiology for major depressive disorders What is cyclothymia What are some medications used to treat bipolar disorder What are some facts and myths about suicide Personality Disorders 11 12 13 14 15 What is the definition of a personality disorder What are the three clusters in the DSM5 What does cluster A consist of What does cluster B consist of What does cluster C consist of Substance use disorders 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 What defines a substance abuse disorder What are the factors that play into addiction Know Solomon s opponent process theory A amp B state What are the top two abused drugs in the US What is the difference between having a substance use disorder with alcohol and becoming an alcoholic What are examples of synthetic sedatives Why do people become addicted to opiates What is the path to addiction look like Dissociative disorders 24 25 26 27 28 What are dissociative disorders What is a fugue state What is the difference between implicit and explicit memory What is depersonalization disorder What is derealization 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 What is dissociative amnesia What is dissociative identity disorder What is the post traumatic and socio cognitive model for dissociative disorders What is somatic symptom disorder What is illness anxiety disorder What is conversion disorder What is Factitious disorder What are examples of sexual disorders What are the stages of the sexual response cycle Anxiety Major depressive disorders Answers 1 2 10 OCD Body dysmorphic disorder hoarding disorder PTSD Medication SSRI exposure gradual plus response prevention and cognitive therapy Most recovery isn t as stable if patient is only using medication it is more effective for one to pair the medication with cognitive behavior therapy Type 1 only involves depressive symptoms Type 2 manic symptoms bipolar disorders Major depressive persistent depressive disorder premenstrual dysphoric disorder and disruptive mood dysregulation disorder Bipolar l bipolar 2 cyclothymia Maniahyper motivation sex drive episodes persistent for two weeks subclinical depression state of intense elation or irritability and associated with bipolar 2involves hypomania epsiodes which are a less severe version of mania Manicmore severe lasts one week associated with bipolar l disorder extreme increase in energy impulsiveness could appear to be happy or deny depression but then a week later will experience a low in their cycle resulting in severe depression causing them to be bed ridden or hospitalized 20 of people have a Major depressive disorder twice as common in women 3 times more common in poverty black women have lower rates of depression and higher self esteem than white women regardless of economic standpoint Periods of hypomania paired with alternating periods of dysthymia for two years Lithium mood regulators antypsychoticszyprexa Lithium provides an 80 relief but has dangerous side affects Fact men are more likely to kill themselves esp as they age But more women attempt Myth people are psychotic who threaten and wont follow through Personality Disorders 1 1 Long standing pervasive in exible extreme and persistent patterns of behavior and inner experience which interferes with social and occupational functioning 12 Cluster A Odd eccentric Cluster B impulsive emotionally deregulated Cluster C anxious avoidant Shows symptoms by 18 and heritability is high 13 Similar but less severe than schizophrenia Types paranoid schizotypal and schizoid 14 Histrionic borderline narcissistic and anti social personality disorders 15 Avoidant dependent and OCPD different from 0CD Substance use Disorders 16 Problematic pattern that impairs functioning 2 or more symptoms in a year 17 Genetics amount of use the way it is used gender 18 Eventually B state hangover withdrawal will outweigh the good feelings of A state 19 Number 1nicotine number 2alcohol 85 lifetime prevalence in 2012 20 If you reach the severity of having 6 or more symptoms with alcohol and develop tolerance and withdrawal you would be considered an alcoholic Men are more likely to become one but women become addicted faster It is a terminal illness and kills the most people out of any other drug 2 1 Separate category from DSM 5sedativehypnoticanxiolytic use disorder includes opiates heroin oxycodone oxycontin hydrocodone stimulants ADD medication like Adderall and vyvanse other amphetamines methamphetamine cocaine crack and hallucinogens LSD PCP EcstasyMDMA 22 68 million pain meds are used for nonmedical purposes and the over use of prescriptions make it easy for people to become addicted Rates of abuse of pain meds have remained stable since 2002 23 Positive attitude towards the substance experimentation regular use heavy use dependence abuse Dissociative Disorders 24 Dissociation occurs when some aspect of cognition or experience becomes inaccessible to the consciousness 25 Amnesia occurring typically after trauma where person forgets old life and starts a new one different name family everything 26 Implicit memory are behaviors that the memory does not erase because it interferes with basic automatic processes encoded in the brain like driving and reading Explicit memories are learned skills that one can forget or important information like ones home town and if they have children or not 27 Experience detachment from ones mental processes as if ones in a dream unusual sensory experiences limbs feel enlarged or deformed voice sounds distant or foreign feels like one is watching themselves from the outside 28 The world feels fake and life feels like a dream incapable of experiencing emotions feels dead and symptoms are persistent 29 Unable to remember important personal information and usually proceeds after a tragic event not explained by substance medical or psychological conditions 30 2 or more distinct fully developed personalities each have unique thinking feeling memories and relationships More common in women comorbid with PTSD MD no relation to schizophrenia unaware of the existence of the other self Very rare disorder 31 Post traumatic results from severe trauma psychological sexual abuse Socio cognitive occurs in response to prompting by therapists or media form of role play in suggestable individuals This means if the person can be lead to believe they have the disorder they will eventually actually have it 32 Excessive thoughts feelings and behaviors in response to physical symptoms that interfere with health issues real health problems result in depression and onset of other psychological disorders 33 High level of anxiety about possibly having an illness but does not have anything wrong with them Constantly going to the doctor paranoid about health persists for 6 months 34 Sensory motor function impaired by unknown neurological cause that result in seizures partial complete paralysis or arms legs vision impairment whispered speech aphonia loss of smell anosmia high stress usually is the cause of this disorder Less than 1 have it and it is more common in women 35 A fabrication of physical psychological symptoms injury or disease and faking it for attention or to get out of a situation They go to extreme lengths Munchausens syndrome is when a person in icts an illness on another person or animal for attention Cognitive behavioral therapy is the treatment 36 Sexual dysfunction results usually because of poor health and disorders include erectile dysfunction orgasm dysfunction arousal disorder and premature delayed ejaculation 37 Arousal appetitivevasocongestion Plateaufull erection and 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