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School
UTSC
Department
Psychology
Course
PSYB45H3
Psychopathology and Psychotherapy
April 8, 2013
Psychopathology
Eg. psychopathological disorders/diagnosis: daily functioning impairment, distress, schizophrenia,
illusional disorder, autism(childhood disorder), personality disorder, bipolar disorder, disassociate
identity disorder,
-depression, alcohol & substances disorders, anxiety disorders (like generalizing anxiety disorders,
specific phobias恐惧症, social phobia, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic disorder, compulsive
traumatic disorder), eating disorders, 10 personality disorders (characterizing, like pervasive,
temperamental), types of dysfunctions etc.
-How broad of a spectrum when we talk about mental disorders? A huge range so vasely, from
schezophrenia to distress, chronic pain,..all under the definition/category of psychopathology
disorder or mental disorder.
-How can we take the parameter of one disorder and apply it to all of these?
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Theories of
Psychopathology
What defines psychopathology?
oDSM-IV/DSM-5 (Diagnostic&Statistical Manual of mental disorders) eg.homosexuality used to
be deemed as mental disorder in DSM;but no statistic tells, so removed from DSM.
oAbnormality (get called abnormal?: u do sth different than the culture/society tells you;
statistic abnormality=statistics. Depression-generally diagnosed mental disorder)
oImpairment and distress (to pathologize sb.=to tell someone that there’re something wrong
with them b/c they don’t act like everyone else.)
Psychopathological symptoms
oEmotional
oCognitive
oBehavioral
oPhysical
oInterpersonal
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Etiology
What are some reasons that people end up having
a mental disorder?
Behavioral principles (learning theory) can explain
the etiology of many disorders.
oSpecific Phobia
oPanic Disorder
oSubstance/Alcohol-Use Disorders
oPosttraumatic Stress Disorder
oBorderline Personality Disorder
oAnorexia Nervosa
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Document Summary

Eg. psychopathological disorders/diagnosis: daily functioning impairment, distress, schizophrenia, illusional disorder, autism(childhood disorder), personality disorder, bipolar disorder, disassociate identity disorder, Depression, alcohol & substances disorders, anxiety disorders (like generalizing anxiety disorders, specific phobias , social phobia, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic disorder, compulsive traumatic disorder), eating disorders, 10 personality disorders (characterizing, like pervasive, temperamental), types of dysfunctions etc. A huge range so vasely, from schezophrenia to distress, chronic pain,all under the definition/category of psychopathology disorder or mental disorder. : u do sth different than the culture/society tells you; statistic abnormality=statistics. Depression-generally diagnosed mental disorder: impairment and distress (to pathologize sb. =to tell someone that there"re something wrong with them b/c they don"t act like everyone else. , psychopathological symptoms, emotional, cognitive, behavioral, physical, interpersonal. Etiology: what are some reasons that people end up having a mental disorder, behavioral principles (learning theory) can explain the etiology of many disorders, specific phobia, panic disorder, substance/alcohol-use disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder, borderline personality disorder, anorexia nervosa.

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