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Week 14 Notes

by: Emma Silverman

Week 14 Notes Psych 105- Intro to Psychology

Emma Silverman
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Psych 105
Jessica Higginbotham

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This 4 page Class Notes was uploaded by Emma Silverman on Saturday April 25, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Psych 105- Intro to Psychology at Washington State University taught by Jessica Higginbotham in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 56 views. For similar materials see Psych 105 in Psychlogy at Washington State University.


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Date Created: 04/25/15
42215 iCIicker Hearing voices in your head is an example of Delusion false beliefs Hallucination senses Flat affect Low motivation Dowgt All anxiety disorders involve A Panic attacks panic disorder B Disruptive memories PTSD C Maladaptive anxiety D Obsessions OCD Which of the following is not a personality disorder A Narcissistic B Bipolar mood disorder C Schizoid D Borderline Other risk factors Schizophrenia Paternal age older couples are more likely to have children with schizophrenia Prenatal viral infection Abnormal brain structure enlarged ventricles less gray matter Excessive dopamine Dysfunctional parenting Therapies Psychotherapy Emotional behavioral interpersonal problems Understanding Modifying Biomedical Therapy Psychotropic medications electroconvulsive therapy deep brain stimulation Symptoms associated with psychological disorders Most likely prescribed something Psychodynamic vs HumanisLic Psychodynamic Psychoanalysis Repressed unconscious conflicts stemming from early childhood experiences Free association dream analysis interpretation Goals Recognize work through and resolve longstanding conflicts Humanistic Clientcentered Unconditional acceptance that causes person to develop distorted self concept and worldview Nondirective Unconditional positive regard genuineness empathetic understanding Goals Develop selfawareness selfacceptance selfdetermination Behavioral Therapy Classical conditioning operant conditioning observational learning Relearn maladaptive behaviors Cognitive Therapies lllogical patterns of thinking Rational Emotive Therapy RET Changing illogical thinking Albert Ellis Dispute irrational beliefs 42415 Cognitive Therapy CT Changing maladaptive and unrealistic beliefs Recognize and monitor automatic thoughts Empirically test irrationality Collaboration between therapist JONA39 0 w Integrates cognitive and behavioral techniques assuming thoughts moods and behaviors are related Mindfulness based Groun Therapy 3 people Any approach Cost effective Observable interactions with others Added support and encouragement Helpful practical advice Security and comfort new behaviors FamilyCouple Therapy Works on the whole family rather than individual Often enhances effectiveness How Effective is Therapy People who received psychotherapy had a higher percentage improved after two years see graph Effective Therapy Therapeutic relationship Therapist characteristics Client characteristics External circumstances Cultural differences WRWN Biomedical Therapies The First Antipsychotic Rauwolfia Used 2000 years ago in Hindu medical texts Epilepsy insomnia Disrupts wisdom perception knowledge character creativity conduct and behavior Reserpine Antipsychotics Neuroleptics First used for high BP Diminish psychotic symptoms in schizophrenia Reduce DA Reduction in positive symptoms Hallucinations delusions disordered thinking Know that the negative symptoms will still persist medicine will not give back what people with schizophrenia have lost Just take away what they get like hallucinations Antipsychotics Neuroleptics Not a cure Negative symptoms still present Side effect Dry mouth weight gain constipation sleepiness poor concentration know these Tremors rigid movements shuffling gait Thorazine shuffle tardive dyskinesia involuntary movements Revolving door hospitalization Atypical Antipsychotics Affect DA and 5HT Clozapine risperidone Less side effects Weight gain cardiac problems diabetes risk Not more effective than traditional neuroleptics AntiAnxiety Meds Anxiolyticsl Benzodiazepines Valium xanax Increased GABA Relax muscles promotes sleep reduce anxiety Side effects Reduced coordination alertness reaction time Intensified with alcohol or antihistamines Very addictive Lithium Bipolar Manic and depressive Potential of lithium poisoning Vomiting muscle weakness reduced muscle coordination Stabilizes glutamate release Antidepressants 1st Gen Tricyclic mipraminedesipramine Weight gain dizziness dry mouth sedation


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