CAMS UA 101- Final Study Guide

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Child/Adoles Mental Hlth Stds
Jess Shatkin

Child and Adolescent PsychopathologyFinal Exam Study Guide Fall 2013 Externalizing Disorders1 Define ODDCDOppositional Defiant Disorder pattern of negativistic angryirritable mood argumentativedefiant behavior or vindictiveness lasting at least 6 months with 4 symptoms with at least one individual who is not a siblingConduct Disorder a repetitive and persistent pattern of behavior in which the basic rights of others or major age appropriate societal norms or rules are violatedlasting for 12 months with 3 symptoms with 1 criterion present for 6 monthsaggression to people or animalsdestruction of propertydeceitfulness or theftserious rule violations 2 CD developmental progression modelpoor parental monitoring and disciplinechild conduct problemsrejection by normal peers academic difficultiescommitment to deviant peer groupsdelinquency3Protective and risk factorsrisk factors parental neglect history of physical or sexual abuse difficult early temperament harsh parental discipline practices incosistence in primary caregivers large family association with deviant peer group low verbal intelligence parent history of CD andor antisocial PD low SES neighborhood disorganization and violenceprotective factors good relations with at least one parent good peer relations good parental monitoringMood Disorders Depression1 The perspective of psychoanalysis in the history of child and adolescent depressionbelieved that children could not develop depression because of their immature superegoone had to complete the oedipal complex cycle to develop the superego2 The epidemiology of depression gender ratios and prevalenceone year prevalence 7sex ratio childhood 11 adolescence 21 female to malelifetime prevalence in adolescents 15203DSM5 diagnostic criteriaat least two straight weeks with symptoms present pretty much every day or most of the day not accounted for by another illness 5 out of 9 symptoms with at least one symptom either depressed mood or anhedoniadepressed mood
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