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PSYC2011 Study Guide - Binge Eating Disorder, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder

Abnormal Behaviour: Myths, Realities, and Controversies Medical Model o Proposes that it is useful to think of abnormal behaviour as a disease o Diagnosis involves distinguishing one illness from another. o Eti...

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Psychology 1002 Lecture and Textbook Notes

PSYC1002 Lecture + Textbook NotesAbnormal PsychologyLecture 1Abnormal psychology is the scientific study of abnormal behaviour. Use empirical method to study (description, causation, treatment). Psychopathology is just des...

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PSYC1002 - Lecture + Tutorial Notes

Lecture 1: Introduction to Models of Abnormality What is Abnormal Psychology? - Psychology is the scientific study of behaviour, emotion and cognition o Thus abnormal psychology is the scientific study of abnormal behaviou...

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Psychology 1002 (PSYC1002) Lecture Notes

PSYC1002 Lecture + Textbook Notes Abnormal Psychology Lecture 1 Abnormal psychology is the scientific study of abnormal behaviour. Use empirical method to study (description, causation, treatment). Psychopathology is just ...

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PSYC2011 Study Guide - Defence Mechanisms, Personality Development, Carl Jung

Lecture 2 – Psychoanalytic & psychodynamic approaches to personality (Some) famous theorists in the psychoanalytic & psychodynamic approach:  Sigmund Freud (1856-1939)  Carl Gustav Jung (1875 - 1961)  Alfre...

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PSYC2011 Study Guide - Positive Psychology, Logotherapy, Abraham Maslow

Lecture 4 - Humanistic & existential approaches to personality Now what’s up doc?  Psychoanalysis (1 force in psychology)  Balance our urges  Negative (pessimistic) view of personality ...

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PSYC2011 Study Guide - Opioid Antagonist, Stimulant Psychosis, Nigrostriatal Pathway

PSYC2011/2911 lecture notes 2014 PSYC2911 condensed lecture notes Lecture 2 – Positive reinforcement and extinction Key words: Reinforcement, Contingency, Con...

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PSYC1001 Personality-Lecture-3

Lecture 3 - Cognitive & behavioural approaches to personalityWhats up doc?CB objections to the (then) approach(s) to personality (i.e. psychoanalysis):The Clinical ApproachObserving people with mental health problemsDoesnt...

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Psychology 1002 Study Notes

Cognitive PsychologyHistory of Cognitive PsychologyBehaviourism (Watson and Skinner)Cognition is purely the stimuliresponse effectWe pursue stimuli that will have a positive effect and avoid stimuli that will have a negati...

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Psychology 1002 summary notes

Introduction to Abnormal PsychologyDefinitionScientific study of abnormal behaviour by examining its description (classification, diagnosis), causation (bio-psycho-social), maintenance (what sustains disorder), treatment (...

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Psychology 1002 Final Exam notes

Abnormal Psychology 1. Introduction to abnormal psychology 1: defining abnormal behaviour; the classification and diagnosis of psychological disordersWhat is abnormal psychology?the scientific study of abnormal behaviour: ...

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PSYC1001 Personality-Lecture-5

Lecture 5 - Psychobiological & lexical approaches to personality:Enter the Traits matrix Assumptions of the Traits approach IPersonality exists! (heuristic realism)Personality is a probabilistic and dynamic system (expect ...

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PSYC2011 Study Guide - Final Guide: Oligodendrocyte, Hypovolemia, Color Blindness

PSYC2911 Lecture One  What is the central problem of psychology? • Measurement: we are not studying a physical thing so we don’t have properties that can be measured What is materialism? • The cause of a ...

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PSYC1002 - Comprehensive Notes

PSYC1002 Notes COGNITIVE PROCESSES Introduction to Cognition Tolman First there is a school of animal psychologists which believes that the maze behaviour of rats is a matter of mere simple stimulus-response connections. L...

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