Abnormal Psych Assignment 1
Abnormal Psych Assignment 1 Psys 170
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Abnormal Psychology Fall 2015 Professor Rellini Assignment 1 Name: ____________________________________ Date: ______________ Complete the table below for each of the theoretical perspectives on abnormal behavior covered in the textbook. Make sure to include the most relevant aspects of each perspective. Please refer to the textbook page numbers indicated below. The sociocultural approach has been completed as an example. Approach Figures Assumptions Treatments/ Theoretical Models (As Applicable) Techniques within the Approach Sociocultural Abnormal behavior reflects one’s Culturally sensitive treatments; Gender roles; Socioeconomic (p. 3032) social/cultural environment and must Incorporating cultural values and status; Social support; Culture be understood within the context of the expressions into the therapeutic bound syndromes social and cultural context process Psychodynamic Sigmund Freud, The three important aspects of Treatment includes insight and Defense mechanisms; Stages of (p. 1820; 26) Carl Gustav Jung, psychoanalytic theory are the structure catharsis. This is done by free psychosexual development; Id, Alfred Adler, of the mind, the strategies used to deal association, dream analysis, and ego, and superego; analytic with threats to the stability of the mind,interpretation. therapy; individual psychology; and the stages of psychosocial ego psychology; object development. relations theory Behavioral Ivan Pavlov, John All behavior is learned as a result of Systematic desensitization; Classical conditioning; Operant (p. 2021; 2628) B Watson, experiences or interactions with the reinforcement; punishment; conditioning; Raynor, Jones, environment. Observable behaviors are shaping; vicarious conditioning Joseph Wolpe, more relevant to scientific study than B.F. Skinner, thoughts or feelings. Biological Francis Galton Abnormal behavior results from Computerized axial tomography Genetics; Neuroscience; (p. 2325) biological processes of the body, (CAT) scans, magnetic Behavioral Genetics; Viral particularly in the brain. resonance imaging (MRI), Infection Theory (not positron emission tomography confirmed) (PET), functional magnetic resonance (fMRI) Cognitive Aaron Beck Abnormal behavior is a result of Therapists assign behavioral Cognitive distortions; (p. 2829) distorted cognitive processes, not experiments in which the patient behavioral experiments; internal forces or external events. engages in a certain activity and perception of events Events don’t affect our emotions, our then examines the thoughts that Abnormal Psychology Fall 2015 Professor Rellini Assignment 1 perception does. accompany the activity. Cognitivebehavior therapy. Carl Rogers Abnormal behavior occurs when there Clientcentered therapy: phenomenology Humanistic (p. 2930) is a failure in the process of self genuineness, empathic actualization, usually as a result of understanding, unconditional people’s failure to recognize their positive regard weaknesses and establish processes and strategies to fulfill their potential for positive growth. Deals with present experiences. Biopsychosocial Many different factors probably Combining many different Diathesisstress model of (pp. 3233) contribute to the development of explanations to help cater to abnormal behavior abnormal behavior and different factors different needs of people, not may be important for different people. just one explanation.
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