Abnormal Psychology CLP 4143
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CLP 4143001 Abnormal Psychology Final Exam Study Guide Unit 1 Terms and Concepts to Know What is the de nition of abnormal behavior What were the major historical periods illustrated in lecture What were the de ning characteristics of these historical periods What are the current models of abnormal behavior and its treatment At what different levels is research conducted What are the different research designs and what can the information from these designs tell us DSMIV Multiaxial System What disordersproblems are coded on each axis Placebo What is the difference between statistically signi cant and clinically signi cant What are the different assessment instruments What function do they serve Translational Research Unit 2 Terms and Concepts to Know What is the role of the autonomic nervous system in anxiety disorders What role does fear play in the etiology of anxiety disorders What are the different anxiety disorders What symptoms comprise each of the anxiety disorders What are the different approaches to treating anxiety disorders What are the somatoform dissociative and factitious disorders What symptoms comprise each of the somatoform dissociative and factitious disorders What are SSRIs How do SSRIs work physiologically What are MAOIs How do MAOIs work physiologically What are the major mood disorders What is the difference between unipolar and bipolar disorders Major Depressive Episode Manic Episode Double Depression Depressive Realism Suicidal Ideation What are the risk factors associated with suicide What are the different approaches to treating mood disorders Unit 3 Terms and Concepts to Know ROSS S AND BRYAN S LECTURES WILL BE COVERED ON THE FINAL Body Mass Index BMI Body Image Body Satisfaction Physical Ideal Objectification Body Image Disturbance Binge Purge From a BMI standpoint what constitutes a healthy weight What are the major eating disorders and what are the differences among them What are the different treatment approaches for eating disorders What is the typical human sex response cycle What is considered normal in terms of sexual behavior What are the gender and sexual disorders and what are the differences among them Tolerance Withdrawal What are the differences among substance use substance intoxication substance abuse and substance dependence According to the guest lecture what are the two major ways that drugs are classified and how do they differ What are the most common legal drugs and how often are they used According to the guest lecture what are the consequences of smoking What are the rates of tobacco use and cessation What are the different treatment approaches for substance abuse and dependence Unit 4 Terms and Concepts to Know Positive symptoms Negative symptoms Delusions including the different types Hallucinations including the different types Clang associations Catatonia Waxy exibility Anhedonia Avolition Alogia Psychomotor retardation Antipsychotics including the different types Tardive dyskinesia What are the defining characteristics and symptoms of schizophrenia What are the subtypes of schizophrenia What are the different treatment approaches for schizophrenia Unit 4 cont d Five Factor Model of Personality What are the 3 clusters of personality disorders and how are they de ned What personality disorders make up the 3 clusters What are the de ning characteristics of the different personality disorders What are the differences among the different personality disorders What are the different treatment approaches for personality disorders What is mental retardation What are the conditions that result in MR What are the 3 learning disorders and how are they defined How are learning disorders treated What are the defining characteristics of autistic disorder How is autistic disorder treated What are the defining characteristics of ADHD How is ADHD treated What are the defining characteristics of oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder What is the difference between ODD and conduct disorder What are the feeding eating sleep and elimination disorders How are they treated Unit 5 Terms and Concepts to Know Geropsychology Successful Aging Ageism Vascular Depression Delirium Dementia Neurofibrillary Tangles Amyloid Plaques What constitutes healthy aging How do psychological problems differ in the elderly compared to younger populations What are the subtypes of dementia How do they differ How are cognitive disorders treated General Adaptation Syndrome SympatheticAdrenomedullary System SAM HypothalamicPituitaryAdrenocortical HPA AXis FightorFlight Response Restorative Environments What are the 4 major models of stress in health psychology amp how do they differ What role does the autonomic nervous system play in the stress response What is the impact of stress on health What is the impact of stress reduction on health What is Restorative Environments Theory What are the effects of exposure to restorative environments Unit 5 cont d Law Ethics Values Privacy Con dentiality Privilege What are the major historical research events that led to the establishment of ethical standards What comprises the APA Code of Ethics What standards and principles are psychologists expected to follow and what are the limits to upholding those standardsprinciples When given a case example be able to correctly identify the ethical standard that has been violated Unit 6 Terms and Concepts to Know What are the training requirements for different degree levels What are the career options and professional activities associated with the different degrees Review the PPT on Career Options What is positive psychology What are some of the different areas of study within positive psychology What are the research ndings from studies within positive psychology Review the PPT on Positive Psychology V39 quot Terms and Concepts to Know Biofeedback Oxytocin Empirically Supported Treatments ScientistPractitioner What is the autonomic nervous system What makes up the autonomic nervous system What response is controlled by each subsystem of the autonomic nervous system Biopsychosocial Multidisciplinary
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