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PSYC 223
FINAL EXAM
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Vic!ria Pirrera
Psych Unit 1
Early Psychology
Symptoms for descriptive pathology (1800)
-fa"gue, headaches, insomnia, dizziness
-personali# changes and memory loss
-delusions
Epidemiology
-occurred in men 20-40, not sure why $is happened
Syndrome
-group of signs and symp!ms not "ed ! a par"cular pa$ogenesis
-sign: what we can observe and see
-symp!m: can be repor%d but not observed
-pa$ogenesis: every case has a lot of symp!ms not rela%d ! $e origin of $e
problem
ex: depression can result &om events however signs and symp!ms emerge
because of $ose events
Behavior Disorder
-$e 'eld has not agreed on a speci'c de'ni"on
-Behavior: ac"vi# (observable ac"on), cogni"on ($ought process), and emo"on
(feeling)
-Disorder: abnormali#, dis*nc"on, and dis+ess
Abnormality
-normal: $e average mean or conforming standard
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Occurred in men 20-40, not sure why his happened. Group of signs and sympoms not ied o a paricular pahogenesis. Sign: what we can observe and see. Sympom: can be repored but not observed. Pahogenesis: every case has a lot of sympoms not relaed o he origin of he problem ex: depression can result rom events however signs and sympoms emerge because of hose events. He eld has not agreed on a speci c de niion. Behavior: aciviy (observable acion), cogniion (hought process), and emoion (feeling) Normal: he average mean or conforming standard. Is every instance of abnormal behavior a sympom of ilness? no, for example an iq of 70 is abnormal but not mentaly il. We would make wrong assumpions if we caegorize hose who are staisicaly deviant as mentaly il. Are some normal behaviors considered sympoms of ilness? yes, ex: hypomania is a sress reacion o a sressor. Condiion or stae hat deviaes rom ypical uncioning.

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