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U WINDSOR46-322C.MillerWinter

46-322 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: American Psychiatric Association, Diagnostic And Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders, Psychopathology

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Dsm-i and dsm-ii followed more psychiatric traditional and less diagnosis (no childhood disorders) Dsm-iii first time to be explicit; no longer descrip
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U WINDSOR46-228LangtonFall

46-228 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Mental Disorder, Hypnagogia, Laxative

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Strongest contribution to etiology is sociocultural rather than psychological or biological factors. Larger increase in death rates (6x) than in normal
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U WINDSOR46-228LangtonWinter

46-228 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Eating Disorder, Binge Eating, Twin

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Different patterns of physical development (girls gain weight in fat tissue, while men gain weight usually in muscle) Cultural influences (western expe
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U WINDSOR46-322C.MillerWinter

46-322 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Prefrontal Cortex, Not Otherwise Specified, Linseed Oil

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Impair volitions and marked inability to concentrate and sustain control. 1770 (german text) described adhd as mental disorder influent by parenting. B
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U WINDSOR46-236TowsonFall

46-236 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Authoritarianism, Ingroups And Outgroups, Fraternities And Sororities

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Social norms influence your values, beliefs and behaviours. Regulate behaviour in socially acceptable ways (waiting in line, raising your hand to ask a
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U WINDSOR46-228LangtonFall

46-228 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Endocrine System, Sleep Disorder, Psychosomatic Medicine

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Clearly physical disorders - have known physical causes and observable physical pathology, as opposed to somat- ic symptom disorders. Study of how psyc
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U WINDSOR46-228LangtonFall

46-228 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Genetic Testing, Computer Simulation, Extrapyramidal Symptoms

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Research on the brain and its role in psychopathology. Brain can be affected profoundly, with drastic changes. New research is showing more treatment,
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U WINDSOR46-116VokesFall

46-116 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Language Acquisition Device, Home Sign, Vocal Folds

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U WINDSOR46-228LangtonWinter

46-228 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Paranoid Personality Disorder, Personality Disorder, Diagnostic And Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders

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Personality traits: enduring paterns of perceiving, relaing to and thinking about the environment and oneself; manifested in a wide range of contexts.
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U WINDSOR46-230CappuciFall

46-230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Communication Studies, Sample Size Determination, Naturalistic Observation

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Research methods is often distinguished by qualitative and quantitative approaches, but it is not actually like that. Quantitative: traditional or empi
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U WINDSOR46-230CappuciFall

46-230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Quota Sampling, Nonprobability Sampling, Simple Random Sample

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Surveys regard a critical aspect of beliefs, opinion, behaviour, etc. A response set might be adapted: taking on a persona to answer yes or no to parti
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U WINDSOR46-223Dr.Jill Singleton- JacksonSpring

46-223 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Observational Learning, Lev Vygotsky, Social Cognitive Theory

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John b. watson: strict schedules for feeding and using the washroom; wanted to ensure children would become emotionally tough/hard. : emphasized that n
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