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PSYC 1200 Lecture Notes - Fall 2017 Lecture 15 - Dissociative identity disorder, Narcissistic personality disorder, Mental disorder

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Fall 2017

Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC 1200
Professor
Launa C.Leboe- Mcgowan
Lecture
15

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Chapter 15: psychological disorders
Objectives
Models of mental illness
Know the pros and cons of using the DSM-5
Understand key terminology and symptoms associated with various mental disorders
History of mental illness
Trephining, beating, exorcism, starving, near downing
Medical model: mental disorders are caused by abnormalities of he brain and
nervous system
Biophychosocial model: is an interactionist model in which mental disorders stem
from a combination of:
Biological
Cognitive
And enviro. Factors
Ex. Diathesis-stress model
Diathesis-stress model (interactionist model)
Diathesis (inherited predisposition) + enviro stressors = psychological disorder
Defining mental disorder
Abnormal: abnormal is a statistical statement referring to relatively rare patterns of
thought or behaviour
Someone who is abnormal is not always viewed negatively
Insanity: a legal concept and merely refers to whether a person knows the
consequences of their actions
Mental disorder:
Involves maladaptive thoughts, behaviours, feelings
Distressing to self or others
Day to day functioning is impaired
Increased risk of self-harm or harm to others
Gather client data:
Clinical interview
Intelligence tests
Personality tests
Projective tests
Neuropsychological tests
Behavioral assessment
Physiological assessment
Diagnosing mental disorders

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Chapter 15: psychological disorders Objectives Models of mental illness Know the pros and cons of using the DSM5 Understand key terminology and symptoms associated with various mental disorders History of mental illness Trephining, beating, exorcism, starving, near downing Medical model: mental disorders are caused by abnormalities of he brain and nervous system Biophychosocial model: is an interactionist model in which mental disorders stem from a combination of: Biological Cognitive And enviro. Factors Ex. Diathesisstress model Diathesisstress model (interactionist model) Diathesis (inherited predisposition) + enviro stressors = psychological disorder Defining mental disorder Abnormal: abnormal is a statistical statement referring to relatively rare patterns of thought or behaviour Someone who is abnormal is not always viewed negatively Insanity: a legal concept and merely refers to whether a person knows the consequences of their actions Mental disorder: Involves maladaptive thoughts, behaviours, feelings Distressing to self or others Day to day functioning is impaired Increased risk of selfharm or harm to others Gather client data: Clinical interview Intelligence tests Personality tests Projective tests Neuropsychological tests Behavioral assessment Physiological assessment Diagnosing mental disorders
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