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Department
Psychology
Course
PSY100H1
Professor
Ashley Waggoner Denton
Semester
Winter

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Review Test 2: Wednesday/Thursday 5-6pm Final:April 12 th Jam:April 8th Hard to distinguish Normal/Abnormal, line is blurry, vague, thin Best you can do is to assess someone, but no method is perfect. You need to take cultural context into account. You need to see whether this behavior is adaptive or not The symptoms of the disorder must interfere with at least one aspect of the person’s life Normal depression or Normal alcohol or alcoholism Normal anxiety or Normal hyperactive or The line of disorder is changing: Homosexuality Hysteria They used to decide that during the civil war southern slavers’running to north was abnormal Gender identity disorder is no longer perceived as disorder Lunacy: originally people thought mental disorder came from the moon MM: mental illness can happen to everyone, so hospital treat mental patient better, because they are just normal people rather than crazy ones TMM: illness is purely biological, they treat mental illness as physical illness caused by environment B&D-SM: not just biological/environmental factors but take as many factors as possible One example of B&D-SM Axis 1: Most disorders we cover today fall into this category Axis 2: more chronic, relatively hard to change A3: A4: A5: Assessment: interview; self-report; observation To get as much as info about this person ? E-BA: we base on evidence rather than Comorbidity: a person tend to have several disorder together rather a single one P: also base on evidence, do research before you treat someone, not you think it is good then it is good Traditional model: therapist was seen as an authority Biopsychosocial model: more interaction, relationship between patient and practitioner is important All P/FA/DAare toward to the same goal: Insight C-CT: let patient think this is a safe places to say. Particularly useful in treating depression Restructuring: let the patient think in a more adaptive way. +++Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT): +++Exposure:Abehavioural therapy Lots of side effect forA-AD, that’s why it is short term treatment. A: they let more serotonin in synapse. Social Phobia: afraid of being evaluated negatively by others A: fear of closed space where escape is difficult, usually related to Panic disorder GAD: a guy always
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