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RUTGERS01:830:340Professor Lyra SteinSpring

01:830:340 Chapter 5: Chapter 5- Mood Disorders and Suicide

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RUTGERS01:830:340Lyra SteinFall

01:830:340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-12: Cardiovascular Disease, Cortisol, Insomnia

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Abnormal behavior- unusualness, social deviance, faulty perceptions, or interpretations of reality, significant personal. Psychopathology-the symptoms
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RUTGERS01:830:340Dr.Edward SelbyFall

01:830:340 Chapter 14: Chapter14Schizophrenia

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The word schizophrenia comes from the greek words for split mind and it does not mean. Patient may experience psychosis which means a loss of contact w
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RUTGERS01:830:340L.SteinSpring

01:830:340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Word Salad, Motor Planning, Schizoaffective Disorder

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Involve deterioration of basic functions affecting individuals" thoughts and perceptions. Usually people who get this disorder never really go back to
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RUTGERS01:830:340L.SteinSpring

01:830:340 Chapter Notes - Chapter N/A: Positive Psychology, Humanistic Psychology, Psychological Intervention

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The field of positive psychology- adopts a more optimistic perspective on human potential, motives, and capacities. Tends to put more emphasis on preve
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RUTGERS01:830:340L.SteinSpring

01:830:340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, Major Depressive Episode, Mood Swing

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RUTGERS01:830:340L.SteinSpring

01:830:340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Rorschach Test, Radio Wave, Personality Test

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Classification system- used to subdivide or organize a set of objects. Diagnosis- identification or recognition of a disorder on the basis of its chara
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RUTGERS01:830:340L.SteinSpring

01:830:340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Schizotypal Personality Disorder, Paranoid Personality Disorder, Personality Disorder

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Personality- refers to enduring patterns of thinking and behavior that define the person and distinguish him or her from other people. Personality diso
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RUTGERS01:830:340FoelsFall

01:830:340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Psychogenic Amnesia, Dissociative Identity Disorder, Somatic Symptom Disorder

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RUTGERS01:830:340FoelsFall

01:830:340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Psychoactive Drug, Substance Intoxication, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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RUTGERS01:830:340L.SteinSpring

01:830:340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Transvestic Fetishism, Cognitive Restructuring, Endocrine System

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Women are more likely to be attracted to both sexes. Men are more likely to be attracted to the same sex. The development of sexual orientation can be
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RUTGERS01:830:340L.SteinSpring

01:830:340 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Externalizing Disorders, Conduct Disorder

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Rule violations (someone who always gets sent to the office, doesn"t listen to parents or teacher) Frequent, intense, and pervasive means that it"s an
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