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PSYC 361 - 2

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Chapter 1 - An Integrative Approach to Psychopathology. History and examination of a case.
Abnormal Psychology
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Psychodynamic, humanistic, Behavioral, cognitive, psychopathology, integrative, approach, Biopsychosocial
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Tricia Mae Fortuna on Saturday September 10, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 361 at Towson University taught by DR. ERIN GIRIO-HERRERA in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 19 views. For similar materials see Abnormal Psychology in Psychology (PSYC) at Towson University.


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Date Created: 09/10/16
361 Chapter 1: An Integrative Approach to Psychopathology 9/6/2016 HISTORY:  Psychodynamic Camp: (Freud) unconscious unmet needs  Humanistic Camp: (Self-actualization) experience conflict in growing as a human being  Behavioral Camp: (Modelling) Learned behaviors  Cognitive Camp: (Cognition) Distorted thoughts about ourselves Which camp is right? What causes psychopathology/Disorders? Models of Psychopathology  What is a Unidimensional to psychopathology? You think there is one reason why someone has a disorder (history of psychology)  What is Multidimensional integrative model/approach to psychopathology? There are multiple causes why someone has a disorder that interact (complicated – hard to tell what causes) An Integrative Approach  Multidimensional Integrative Approach is current best model  Reciprocal Influences: o Biological: Genes o Emotional: How to respond to things o Behavioral: Behavior o Cognitive: Brain o Social/Cultural: Culture  The Case of Sarah o What are each of the influences that caused the disorder?  Biological: Both parents have anxiety, genetic factors  Behavioral: Staying away from people she’s close too when they’re sick, Overreacting, checking expiration dates  Emotional: Separation problems, fear of illnesses, negative emotions: panic, moods, etc.  Cognitive: Overthinking, specifically choosing what illness she’s staying away from, Phobia, myelin sheath thickening sending information faster in regards to germs  Social/Cultural: Doesn’t want to go to school to avoid being sick  BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL MODEL – where the disorders come from  Example of multidimensional influences contributing to a blood-injection-injury phobia o Diagnosis? Vomit Phobia


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