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Psychopathology Week 4 notes

by: Angela Meador

Psychopathology Week 4 notes PSY 303

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Week four notes of important vocab and examples
Mary Russa
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Psychopathology; Adult Development; psychology
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Angela Meador on Sunday September 18, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PSY 303 at Grand Valley State University taught by Mary Russa in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 4 views. For similar materials see Psychopathology in Psychology at Grand Valley State University.


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Date Created: 09/18/16
Neuroimaging CT/MRI Brain structure  MRI’s that are newer take about 10 minutes to scan. CT takes about 15 minutes to scan. PET/SPECT Brain activity PET scan is very expensive although, only takes about 40 seconds SPECT is a lot cheaper than PET but less precise fMRI Functional MRI Activity of the brain with an associated reply in milliseconds Psychosocial Impact and Brain OCD Interactive management that leads to altering the brains functioning­ it is medicated. Depression Placebos and medications given to change the functioning of the brain although, both effect  different sections of the brain Behavioral Theory Emphasizes the role of the atmosphere by shaping the personality and behavior of an  individual  Learn Classical and Operant conditioning  Internal factors such as thoughts and individuals interpretation Classical Conditioning ALWAYS starts with the natural association then used to make new associations Example: Bell (conditioned stimulus)     Food (Unconditioned stimulus)     Salivation (Un/Conditioned Response) Operant Conditioning Relationship of an action with a consequence IF and THEN statement “If you do (action), then (changing behavior) NEGAVTIVE­ taken away POSITIVE­ good or bad but receiving something STIMULUS determines positive or negative BEHAVIOR determines reinforcement or punishment


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