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Chapter 13

Chapter 13

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University of Toronto Scarborough
Konstantine Zakzanis

ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY CHAPTER 12 PERSONAILITY DISORDERS Personality Disorders J are a hetorgensous group of disorders that are coded on Axis II of DSM CLASSIFYING PERSONALITY DISORDERS CLUSTERS, CATEGORIES AND PROBLEMS SLIDE 5 ISSUES ASSESSING PERSONALITY DISORDERS - 2}ZL}Z] Z2}oKZZ}L}ZL[lL}ZZ] - A lot of times these people are listed under PDNOS PERSONALITY DISORDER CLUSTERS 1. ODD ECCENTRIC J paranoid, schizoid, schizotypal 2. DRAMATIC EMOTIONAL ERRATIC J borderline, histrionic, narcissistic 3. FEARFUL J avoidant, dependant, obsessive-compulsive ODDECCENTRIC PARANOID PERSONALITY DISORDER - Suspicious of others, expect to mistreated and exploited - Making them secretive, and always on the lookout for trickery SCHIZOID PERSONALITY DISORDER - Do not desire or enjoy social relationships J they have no close friends - }L[ZZ}L2K}]}LZ7L}]LZ]LZ - Indifferent to praise or criticism SCHIZOTYPAL PERSONALITY DISORDER - More severe form of schizoid personality disorder - Have interpersonal difficulties of schizoid personality disorder + - Excessive social anxiety disorder and does not diminish even after they know the people - Residual and prodromal phases of schizophrenia + negative symptoms - Odd beliefs J magical thinking (telephatic, psychic), illusiosn (may think someone is there but cant see them so not a delusion) - Behavior and appreance may be eccenetric talk a lot to themselves - Have a belif events mean more than they do and have unusal meaning to them www.notesolution.com
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