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Department
Psychology
Course
PSY240H1
Professor
Neil Rector
Semester
Winter

Description
PSY240 MARCH 30 2012 70 NEW 30 ENTIRE COURSEPSY343PERSONALITY DISORDERS FIT PEOPLE THAT YOU KNOW OR YOURSELF DISORDER DEFINED BY EXTREME PERSONALITY TRAITS TRUE ALL HAVE PERSONALITY DEVELOPED THROUGH LIF SPANNEDAND HOW NEGOTIATE LIFE STRESORS SND STYLE RELATE TO OTHERS SUCH AS BEING SHY IF ELEVATED ON SOME TRAITES SUCH AS SHY NOT SAY PEROSNALITY DISORDER ONLY WHEN PERSONALY PATTERN EXPRESSING IS DYSFUNTIONAL AND IS PERVASIVE ELVATED ON TRAIT HAVING DIFFICTULTIES PERSOANTLY FEATURE HAS TO LEAD TO DYSFUCNTIONSHYNESS PROBLEM IF SKIP CLASSES OR INTERPERSOANL CONFLICTDYSFUNTION85 PERCENT AVIODIANDT PERSOINALITY DISORDDER OVERLAPS WITH SOCIAL PHOBIA DEGREE NOT CATEGORY 10 DISORDERS HAVE PERSONALITY DDISORDER MOST HAVE CORMIBID WITH AXI 1 DISORDER PD CAN SERVE AS CONTEXT FOR AXIS 1 PROBLEM AND SHAPE AXIS 1 CONDITION MAYBE STRUGGLEING ANXIETY DIFICUTLES IF AVOIDENT AND ANXIETY MAY BE EXPRESSED DIFFERENTLY CODED ASSES 2 OF DSM LONG STANDING PERVASIVE INFLEXIBLE PATTERSN OF BEHAVIOUR AND INTER PERSONAL EXPERIENCE NO EMOTIONAL EXPEREINCE PATTERENS STABLE CHRONIC AND ENDURING NOT EPISODIC SUCHAS START IN CHILD HOOD HOW MEASURE PERSONALITY FOR DSM 5 PEROSNALITY AS CATEGORIES OR PD AS NORMAL CONTINUOUS TRAITS ON QUESTION IS PD CATEGORICAL PROBLEM OR FRUITFUL TO VERE AWAY FROM PERSONALITY CONDITONS BUT WITH NORMLA TRAITS Nero pi r big 5Neurtoismemotion syabilityExtravoted or intravotedOpen to new experiencesAgreeablenessantagonism
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