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General Psychology

by: Brandy Smitham DVM

General Psychology PSY 201

Brandy Smitham DVM
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Mary West

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Date Created: 10/22/15
Psychology Chapter 13 Study Guide DSM goes along with the ICD ADHD was discovered by NIMH to be genetic Mania excessive happiness optimistic Labels cause bias 1 2 3 4 i l 7 Medical model treats psychological disorders as diagnosable curable diseases more humane 8 Depression increases suicide rates L hill 10 Babies afraId to fall classIc conditIonIn 11 Stimulus generalization something that brings a traumatic even back to mind 12 Stressful life events give an increased risk of depression mood disorders 13 Dissociative ldentity Disorder abused as kid 14 15 Schizophrenia bette llalllli la l u 39 r chance of being cured by fast onset 17 Selffulfilling prophesy acting like someone has a problem they ll recognize this and act like it be positive about tests better grades 18 Post traumatic Stress Disorder is an anxiety disorder 19 Learning perspective afraid of something as a child still afraid as adult 20 Psychoanalytic hostility toward father 21 Amygdala in charge of aggression hostility fear 22 OCD people and women have high activity levels in their amygdale 23 ADHD distractability main symptom characteristic PTSD increased personal strength DlD hating parents psychoanalytic 27 Mood disorders major depression bipolar 28 Social phobia avoid social situations Schizophrenia 2 main characteristics hallucinations and delusions Generalized anxiety disorder always worried Distressful is the best way to characterize abnormal Stressful experience is a cause of depression vicious cycle of stress Biopsychosocial approach most useful approach for why disorders occur in certain regions 34 Schizoid Personality Disorder draw away from others 35 Psychologists today assume contributes to disordered behavior ALL OF THE ABOVE UJUJUJUJN WNl OKD l 2 Anxiety is distres 40 Mood disorders common cold of psychological disorders depression 41 Learned helplessnes ontribute to depression


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