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Lecture 15

PSYC 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Thematic Apperception Test, Aversion Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy


Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC 1010
Professor
Rebecca Jubis
Lecture
15

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PSYCH 1010
Lecture Notes – Mar 3, 8, 10, 15
Therapy (Module 54-56)
- 3 Categories of Therapy
1) Insight Therapy
oReferred to as talking therapy
oPurpose is to help patient to gain insight on their behaviours and feelings
oHelp patient to create solution to their problems
2) Behaviour Therapy
oBased on learning principles
3) Biomedical Therapy
- Most people see therapy to solve their problems or they seek guidance or feedback
oMost likely for anxiety
oWomen are more likely to see a therapist than men
oUnless an individual is willing to change then therapy will not wok.
oEclectic approach; a little bit of everything. Type of therapist borrows other
techniques from other types of therapists
Insight Therapy
- Psychoanalysis
oVery time consuming therapy and patient has to be very motivated
oInvolves sessions 5 days a week for 3-5 years
oDevised by Freud
oThe objective is to uncover the original cause of the conflict by retracing the
stages of psychosexual development.
Bring the problem to consciousness so that the patient can gain insight and
re-experience painful emotions (repressed emotions)
oTechniques:
Free Association
Dream Analysis (Manifest content vs Latent content)
oTransference: occurs when the patient expresses his feelings towards the analyst
in the way that the patient actually feels toward other important people in their life
oProjective Tests:
Involve the presentation of vague or ambiguous stimuli
A) Rorschach: Ink Blot Test
B) Thematic Apperception Test (TAT)
- Psychodynamic Therapies
oAltered version of Freud’s theory, kept the unconscious part of it.
oInterpersonal psychotherapy
oInstead of focusing on childhood problems, focuses on present problems
Behaviour Therapy
- Based on learning principles
- Aim: maladaptive behaviours involve ‘faulty’ learning on associations and therapy helps
to ‘unlearn’ these associations
oYou don’t need to uncover the underlying cause
- The use of classical conditioning in behaviour therapy
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