CAS PS 101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor, Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder

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PSYCH 101 Final Exam
-Best approach for anxiety disorder?
oCBT and Benzodiazepine
-Diathesis Stress Model
oWhat does it assume?
Assumes that biological and environmental factors play a role in
obtaining a mental disorder and disease
Disorder is developed if vulnerability is coupled with an event
-Best approach to treat borderline personality /depression
oDepression—CBT, drug: Prozac (SSRI—selective serotonin reuptake
-You go to a party, and you come back the next day and your blue and anxious,
how is it going to make you feel?
oMMRI—ecstasy
-DSMS
oDiagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorder
oStandard way to assess mental health
-What is SSRI and how does it work
oSelective serotonin reuptake inhibitor
oIncreases serotonin outside nerve
oIncreases norepinephrine
-Adverse effects of lithium
oFor bipolar disorder
oMakes you emotionally flat, hand tremors, thirst, excessive urination,
memory problems
-Define parasitic infection
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-Define schizophrenia and how to treat it
oA psychological disorder characterized by a split between thought and
emotion
oInvolves alterations in thoughts, perceptions, and consciousness
oDrugs to treat this: (biggest factors of this drug is decrease in dopamine
levels)
Clozapine
Risperdol
Zyprexa
-Toxo
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