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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC 356
Professor
Arlene Young
Semester
Spring

Description
Psych356DevelopmentalPsychopathologywithDrArleneYoung20130109January92013FirstclassJJudithDevelopmentaldisordersmentalhealthtreatmentapproachesproblemsembeddedintypicaldevelopmentTestingonthenewtextOnlinesupportwebsitethatprovidesstudymaterialspracticequizzesarticlesmaybehelpfulfilmsetcUsewebctPostedlecturenotesAnnouncementssnowcheckregularlyFirst2weeksfoundationalConstructsthatwillbereferredtothroughoutthecourseCasematerialnotverbatimDisguisedtoprotectthemSeerealsituationsHowdoweapplythesethingsTesting2midterms2530andafinal45NoncumulativealthoughfinalalittlebroaderTopicalissuesWhatisyourfirstquestionNewsstoriesemailifyouwanttotalkaboutthemPretendyouareachildpsychologistandyouhavetofigureoutwhattodo1sweetchildsuddenpersonalitychangetobeingverydifficultsaucyphysicallyaggressivetempteroutburstMomveryconcernedShouldhebetreatedNotunusual2GirlhastroublesleepingbecauseshessureherfisharewatchingherwhenshesleepsThefisharealwayslookingherTheywatchherinthedarkItupsetsherEverytimeshelooksbackthefisharewatchingherStrangeideasaboutthingsSaidshecouldstartathunderstormbyraisingherarmsMotherconcernedbecauseherbrotherhasschizophrenia3girlwhoisonlycomfortablewhenwithherparentsespeciallymomClingstomomdoesntwanttobewithotherkidsdecidedthatshewantstolivewithherparentsforeverGoingtostayinamobilehomeinthebackyardNouniversityQuestionsHowoldisthechildTerrible2sforcase1DurationchangesinthefamilyfunctioninginotherdomainsalltheseissuesarefairlycommonforpreschoolersNotreallysignificanteveninpreschoolKidshavebizarreideasofhowtheworldworksNotuncommonorworrisomeforyoungchildrenbutiftheyareolderthenwemightbecomeconcernedAllkidshaveproblemsatsomepointintheirdevelopmentSeparationanxietystrangeranxietygoodcognitivedevelopmentKnowfamiliarandunfamiliarDevelopmentalleapswhenkidsarefearfultoilettraininggoingtobeswallowedbythetoiletMorevulnerablenewthingsTeenswhowontleavewithouttheirparentsthatsatypicalInterventionneededTable11developmentaltasksCompetenceAttachmenttocaregiversInfancytopreschoolIfproblemsherecanaffectdevelopmentCornerstoneofdevelopmentCanbecomemagnifiedLanguagedisorderhigherriskforacademicdifficultiesandsocialimplicationsconductproblemsinmiddlechildhoodmoreanxietyinadulthoodIndividualdifferencesnoriskfactorisonetoonemappingwithoutcomeLotsofvariabilityCantpredicthowsomeonewilllookat20SchoolisalanguagerichplaceEarlyproblemmayaffectlateracademicsRelationshipswithotherpeopleSelfidentityTheoreticalFoundationsEtiologyofchildhooddisordersbiologicalpsychologicalandenvironmentalprocessesininteractionovertimeInteractionwithchildAbnormaldevelopmentismultiplydeterminedNosinglestoryAnintegratedandmultidisciplinaryapproachRelativelynewResearchwellestablishedearlierIn70sand80sDanteJeccetisaidneedtointegratedifferentareastounderstandwhatcontributestodevelopmentalpsychopathologyToptierjournalEnrichesthisviewTransactionalandrelationalNeurodevelopmenttemperamentetchelptounderstandwhatistypicalandatypicalIssuetraumaparentingfailurecanallleadtoabnormalpsychologicalfunctioningNotstaticNotionoftransactionalmodelistrueforadultstooDevelopmentcontinuesthroughoutlifeRecognizedthatkidsarechangingalotCentralconstructsCausalprocessesRisksabusepovertyexposuretosubstancesfamilyproblemsallriskmentalhealthproblemsyetnotallkidsthatexperiencethiswillhavementalhealthissuesFraternaltwinsmaybeimpacteddifferentlyandprotectivefactorsRiskfactorshappenTraumaabusewaystoprotectthemandboosttheirresilienceMitigatethebadstuffPersonenvironmentinterplayDynamicresourcesandstrengthsorweaknessthatcontributetooutcomeofchildrenKidsthatareargumentativeanddifficultprovokeresponsesincaregiversthatputthemhigheratriskParentsmayhavedifficultymanagingadifficultchildCopeeasilywithsomekidsandnotasmuchwithothersKidschoosetheirpeersandmightchoosethewrongsortoffriendsRoleofdevelopmentNeedstobetakenintoaccountSometimeshitapointindevelopmentbecausethingsarentgoingverywellSomeproblemspresentearlyinlife20ofchildhooddisordersaresustainedoverdevelopmentLotsofchildrendonotgoontohaveadultdisordersLearnstrategiestocopeKidscangetbackontrackeveniftheyhavecertainvulnerabilitiesGeneticimpactontheextremeslanguagedisordersBCoranAisnotloadedsomuchgeneticallyNormalityandpsychopathologyContinuesanddiscontinuitiesGeneticinfluencesextremeversusGeneticlinktoIQbutnotsuperdetailedNormalvariationsDevelopmentalpsychopathologyperspectiveMicroparadigmandmacroparadigmKidsreacttothingsquitedifferentlySomechillsomemorereactiveBiologicalbasisTemperamentCognitivecharacteristicsBehaviourlyinhibitedtemperamentshylessadventurousUnderlyingtemperamentthatdirectsattentionKidsattheotherextremeloveadventureandlessattentivetodangercuesShortfilmPediatricNeuroscienceRageofInnocentsParentsaffectchildsbraindevelopmentandhowtheydealwithstressParentaccordingtocultureevenwhenitmaynotbebestforchildrenNeurologicallyincompletewhenbornMostofbraingrowthafterbornFirstyearsmostvulnerableunprecedentedbraingrowthBabyphysiologyexpectscertaintypeofparentingAffectsmentalhealthRiskfactorsaffectchildpsychologicaldevelopmentBabiescrywhentheyarestressedFerberm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