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Lecture 33

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Psychology
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PSYA02H3
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John Bassili

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Psychology II Lecture 33
Psychological problem
-treatment includes medication, electrode, and lesion (biological not psychological approach)
-mental disorder is problem of adaptation
Clinical psychology
-include assessment
-talk therapy includes exploring the problem
Relationship in therapy
-patient is motivated enough to seek help
-trusting relationship between patient and therapist
Freud
-come up with the theory that the patient should gain insight about himself
-focus on childhood sexually abuse event
-develop conflict when the person tries to repress the feeling in the sub-consciousness
-feel threatened and too upset to think, resulting in depression
Free association
-patient is free to talk about anything, even details that may not be related to the situation
Dream interpretation
-no superego or ego that is in control of the thought
Resistance and defensiveness
-a person that cancels an appointment shows resistance
Transference
-strong feeling about his parents may be transferred into attitude toward the therapist
-make the conflict conscious
Source of unhappiness
-resolve conflicts in the childhood
Client center therapy
-does not try to investigate event in the childhood that may be a potential cause of the depression
-patient needs to feel good about themselves
-develop a warm relationship with the patient
-let him feel worthy
-therapist is non-directional, does not give opinion or solution, bound back only
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Psychology II Lecture 33 Psychological problem -treatment includes medication, electrode, and lesion (biological not psychological approach) -mental disorder is problem of adaptation Clinical psychology -include assessment -talk therapy includes exploring the problem Relationship in therapy -patient is motivated enough to seek help -trusting relationship between patient and therapist Freud -come up with the theory that the patient should gain insight about himself -focus on childhood sexually abuse event -develop conflict when the person tries to repress the feeling in the sub-consciousness -feel threatened and too upset to think, resulting in depression Free association -patient is free to talk about anything, even details that may not be
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