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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

Psych 257 Chap 11 Psych 257 Psychopathology Barlow et Al: Abnormal Psychology 2nd CDN edition Chapter 11

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Symptoms: delirium (hallucinations), tremors, chills, fever, nausea, aches and pains. Nicotine, crack, meth most addictive; weed, mdma, shrooms, lsd le
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

Psych 257 Chap 15 Psych 257 Psychopathology Barlow et Al: Abnormal Psychology 2nd CDN edition Chapter 15

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16 Oct 2011
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Neurons don"t regenerate if damaged/die, -> damage accumulates, affects cognitive process, ex. Cogd"s develop later in life (unlike developmental disor
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

Psych 257 Chap 13 Psych 257 Psychopathology Barlow et Al: Abnormal Psychology 2nd CDN edition Chapter 13

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Broad spectrum of cognitive/emotional dysfunctions; affects 1% of pop. Delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech and behavior, and inappropriate e
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

Psych 257 Chap 12 Psych 257 Psychopathology Barlow et Al: Abnormal Psychology 2nd CDN edition Chapter 12

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Enduring patterns of perceiving, relating to, and thinking about env. Exhibited in a wide range of social/personal contexts; inflexible, maladaptive. P
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

Psych 257 Chap 14 Psych 257 Psychopathology Barlow et Al: Abnormal Psychology 2nd CDN edition Chapter 14

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Usu. disorders start as kid w/ full symptom later; dds: show clinically significant symptoms in childhood. Usu. child develops 1 skill before next; thu
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

Psych 257 Chap 10 Psych 257 Psychopathology Barlow et Al: Abnormal Psychology 2nd CDN edition Chapter 10

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Current view: all normality is subjective; usu. accepted unless assoc"d w/ impaired functioning. Paraphilia: arousal occurs in context of inappropriate
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

Psych 257 Chap 8 Psych 257 Psychopathology Barlow et Al: Abnormal Psychology 2nd CDN edition Chapter 8

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Bulimia nervosa: out-of-control eating binges followed by self-induced vomiting, laxatives, purging. Anorexia nervosa: eat nothing beyond minimal amoun
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

Psych 257 Chap 6 Psych 257 Psychopathology Barlow et Al: Abnormal Psychology 2nd CDN edition Chapter 6

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May adapt treatments for related illnesses (eg. gad) Do not feel urgency to take action but continually feel weak and ill. Somatoform disorders: pre-oc
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

Psych 257 Chap 7 Psych 257 Psychopathology Barlow et Al: Abnormal Psychology 2nd CDN edition Chapter 7

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Momentary emotional states, usually pass; depression: constant, debilitating sad mood. Mood disorder: gross deviations in mood; most common: major depr
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

Psych 257 Chap 4 Psych 257 Psychopathology Barlow et Al: Abnormal Psychology 2nd CDN edition Chapter 4

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Confound: factor occurring in a study that makes results uninterpretable. Hypothesis formation: look at phenomena and construct testable hypotheses (un
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

Psych 257 Chap 3 Psych 257 Psychopathology Barlow et Al: Abnormal Psychology 2nd CDN edition Chapter 3

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16 Oct 2011
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First step: describe openly major difficulties (presenting problem); insecure + anxiety. Recog"d frank repeatedly twitched every so ofter due to fear o
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

Psych 257 Chap 2 Psych 257 Psychopathology Barlow et Al: Abnormal Psychology 2nd CDN edition Chapter 2

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Hence: any particular influence contributing to psychopathology can"t be out of context. Emotions affect physiological response (eg. bp, hr); emotional
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

Psych 257 Chap 1 Psych 257 Psychopathology Barlow et Al: Abnormal Psychology 2nd CDN edition Chapter 1

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Associated with distress /impaired functioning and atypical/culturally unexpected response. Dysfunction: breakdown in cognitive, emotional or behaviour
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

Psych 257 Chap 5 Psych 257 Psychopathology Barlow et Al: Abnormal Psychology 2nd CDN edition Chapter 5

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Anxiety: specific disorder; panic: fear that occurs as an inappropriate time. Anxiety: negative mood state; bodily symptoms of physical tension & appre
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UWPSYCH261James DanckertWinter

Psych 261 Chapter 13 Psych 261 Physiological Psychology Kalat: Biological Psychology 10th Edition Chapter 13

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Life without memory equals no sense of existing across time. Conditioned stimulus + unconditioned stimulus -> unconditioned response; after: cs-> cr. E
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UWPSYCH261James DanckertWinter

Psych 261 Chapter 14 Psych 261 Physiological Psychology Kalat: Biological Psychology 10th Edition Chapter 14

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16 Oct 2011
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Splitting the corpus callosum leads to separate minds". In human brain: left hemisphere has different functions from right. Skin receptors and muscles
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UWPSYCH261James DanckertWinter

Psych 261 Chapter 12 Psych 261 Physiological Psychology Kalat: Biological Psychology 10th Edition Chapter 12

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16 Oct 2011
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People"s definition of emotion is a conscious feeling that"s unobservable. Thus: scientists focus on emotional behaviours that are observable. Emotion:
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UWPSYCH261James DanckertWinter

Psych 261 Chapter 9 Psych 261 Physiological Psychology Kalat: Biological Psychology 10th Edition Chapter 9

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We have daily rhythms of wakefulness and sleep. Animals: have 24 hour cycle of waking and sleep, partly dependent on temperature and light. Endogenous
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UWPSYCH261James DanckertWinter

Psych 261 Chapter 8 Psych 261 Physiological Psychology Kalat: Biological Psychology 10th Edition Chapter 8

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Skeletal (aka striated); control movement in relation to environment; cardiac: for heart. Each muscle comprised of fibres, connected to axons. Neuromus
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UWPSYCH261James DanckertWinter

Psych 261 Chapter 6 Psych 261 Physiological Psychology Kalat: Biological Psychology 10th Edition Chapter 6

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Light rays bounce off objects in all directions; only see rays that hit retina perpendicularly. Perceive objects by energy they transmit (eg. reflect l
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UWPSYCH261James DanckertWinter

Psych 261 Chapter 7 Psych 261 Physiological Psychology Kalat: Biological Psychology 10th Edition Chapter 7

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Humans have spec. sensory specializations eg. sense of taste: bitterness, for poison. Various sense systems have specializations, but also commonality
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UWPSYCH261James DanckertWinter

Psych 261 Chapter 4 Psych 261 Physiological Psychology Kalat: Biological Psychology 10th Edition Chapter 4

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Positive: rep"d as 0 to +1. 00; negative rep"d as 0 to -1. 00. Eg. people w/ meds have less # of headaches per day than non medicated. Eg. allowing bot
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UWPSYCH261James DanckertWinter

Psych 261 Chapter 2 Psych 261 Physiological Psychology Kalat: Biological Psychology 10th Edition Chapter 2

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Local interneurons: form circuits with other neurons; analyze small pieces of info. Relay interneurons: connect circuits of local interneurons between
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