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Week 13 PSYC Notes

by: Kyle Edward Davis

Week 13 PSYC Notes Psych 1000

Kyle Edward Davis
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Chapter 15 and some chapter 16 notes
Introduction to Psychology
Nate Vietor
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PSYC, ECU, Vietor




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Date Created: 04/16/16
Week 13 Lecture Notes Chapter 15: Treatment  Modern Methods of Diagnosing: o Clinical Interviews: Questions depending on the approach o Psychological Tests: Projective tests, personality tests, intelligence tests, neuropsychological tests  Psychoanalysis Approach: o Free association: First thing that pops into your head o Dream Analysis: Manifest (what’s actually happening) vs. latent (interpretation) o Transference: Patients projects emotions on therapists and this is good o Counter-transference: Therapists emotions projected and this is bad  Humanism Approach: o The therapist is a guide o Problems are not disorders, but conflicts with society and other people o Carl Rogers: said therapists need to be genuine, unconditionally positive regard, and be empathetic  Behaviorism Approach: o The behavior is the disorder o Classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and modeling  Counter conditioning: getting rid of conditioning by using condioning  Aversion therapy: decreasing reinforcement  Systematic desensitization: Using a hierarchy of fears by slowly showing them the least scariest thing first and overtime increase it than relaxation techniques  Extinction procedures: Ways to get rid of behavior  Flooding: Overflowing a person with what they fear  Operant conditioning  Modeling Week 13 Lecture Notes  Cognitive Therapies: o Getting someone to admit there’s a problem o Rational emotion therapy: Unhealthy and irrational dialogue is confronted to increase self-worth o Beck’s cognitive therapy: Cognitive distortion causes malady (depression)  Biological Therapies o Drugs  Anti-Psychotics: used for schizophrenia  Anti-depressants  Anti-Anxiety  Mood Stabilizers: used for bipolar Chapter 16: Social Psychology  Conformity: o Information Influence: Conforming because there’s not enough information present o Normative Influence: Peer pressure  Norm formation: forming a group answer  Obedience: o Stanly Milgram made participants shock people not actually but used a recording and people used the highest voltage. o Factors:  Physical distance  Emotional distance  Institutional authority  Persuasion: o Foot in the door: Making a small request first then big o Door in the face: Big request then small request o And that’s not all: adding stuff on to make it sound better


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