4/11/09 3:02:33 PMExam 3 Review 1 Exam 3 Review Sheet Chapter 9: Substance Abuse and Dependence Disorders Identify and discuss the five main categories of substances considered for Substance Abuse and Dependence Discuss the relationship between mental illness and substance use disorders Discuss the criteria of Substance Abuse Discuss the criteria of Substance Dependence Be able to distinguish between Substance Abuse and Dependence Know the epidemiology of Alcohol Abuse/Dependence Discuss some of the problems associated with substance use research (i.e., who is included in the studies) Discuss the impact of increasing blood alcohol levels on functioning and the body What is the primary source of nicotine dependence? Know the trends in the number of continuing and new smokers in the US Discuss the long-term effects of chronic marijuana use Discuss the risk factors for alcoholism (textbook) Discuss findings on Crystal Methamphetamine. Why is it so addictive, what have been its effects on crime, what have been patterns regarding its use across the US and individuals? ability to stop using (e.g., purity) Know the biopsychosocial model of substance abuse and dependence Discuss the biological approaches to substance use disorder treatment Discuss the behavioral approaches to substance use disorder treatment Linda and Mark Sobell Tolerance Addiction Detoxification Physiological dependence Psychological dependence Teverse tolerance Alcoholism Naltrexone Relapse-prevention training Chapter 10: Eating Disorders, Obesity, and Sleep Disorders Discuss the criteria of Anorexia Nervosa Discuss the criteria of Bulimia Nervosa Know the key difference between Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa Identify the subtypes of Anorexia and Bulimia Discuss the outcomes of those suffering with Anorexia and Bulimia Know the binge eating cycle Know the multifactorial model of eating disorders What characteristics are considered universally attractive? Discuss the findings from the Fallon and Rozin study of body size and satisfaction Discuss the treatment of Anorexia and Bulimia What percentage of American adults and children are overweight? Discuss the ethnic and socioeconomic differences in obesity Discuss the causes of obesity (lecture and textbook) Discuss the ABCs of eating (textbook) Identify and discuss the 5 types of dyssomnias Identify and discuss the 3 types of sleep apnea Identify and discuss the 4 subtypes of circadian rhythm sleep disorder Identify and discuss the 4 types of parasomnias 4/11/09 3:02:33 PMExam 3 Review 2 Exam 3 Review Sheet Chapter 10: Eating Disorders, Obesity, and Sleep Disorders Identify and discuss the 4 subtypes of circadian rhythm sleep disorder Identify and discuss the 4 types of parasomnias Know the key differences between dyssomnias and parasomnias Discuss the psychological approaches to treating Sleep Disorders Eating disorders Body mass index Amenorrhea Binge-eating disorder Obesity Parasomnias Dyssomnias Cataplexy Sleep apnea Hypnotics Chapter 11: Disorders Involving Gender and Sexuality Describe sociocultural factors that influence classification of sexual behaviors as normal or abnormal Describe the features, epidemiology, and treatment of Gender Identity Disorder Describe the process of gender reassignment. Also discuss the outcomes of these procedures (e.g., satisfaction, overall well-being) Describe the features of paraphilias in general and specific examples Discuss theoretical perspectives on the paraphilias Discuss treatment options for the paraphilias Describe the phases of the sexual response cycle Describe the features and causes of sexual dysfunction disorders Know the essential features for the four categories of sexual dysfunction (sexual desire, arousal, orgasmic, and pain disorders) Know which disorders fall into each of the four categories Discuss theoretical perspectives on sexual dysfunctions and ways of treating them Discuss the effectiveness of sex therapy techniques Fetishism Dyspareunia Voyeurism Orgasm phase Transsexualism Sexual dysfunctions Pedophilia Sexual impotence Exhibitionism Paraphilia Acquired dysfunction Hypoactive sexual desire disorder Male erectile disorder Female orgasmic disorder Phallic stage Preorgasmic women Appetitive phase Gender identity Sensate focus exercises Frotteurism Sexual masochism 4/11/09 3:02:33 PMExam 3 Review 3 Exam 3 Review Sheet Chapter 11: Disorders Involving Gender and Sexuality Frotteurism Sexual masochism Performance anxiety Excitement phase Transvestic fetishism Sexual sadism Hypoxyphilia Aversive conditioning Vaginismu Sexual aversion disorder Resolution phase Sexual pain disorders Self-spectatoring Chapter 12: Schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders Discuss the historical contributions of Emil Kraepelin, Eugen Bleuler, and Kurt Schneider to the concept of schizophrenia Describe the three types of psychotic symptoms with examples of each Discuss the three stages/phases of schizophrenia Describe the diagnostic features of brief psychotic disorder, schizophrenia, delusional disorder, and other schizophrenic spectrum disorders Review the disturbances in thought, speech, attention, perception, emotions, as well as other types of impairment associated with schizophrenia Describe three types of bizarre delusions mentioned in lecture Distinguish between the disorganized, catatonic, paranoid, undifferentiated, residual, Type I, and Type II forms of schizophrenia Compare and contrast positive and negative symptoms of schizophrenia Discuss the psychodynamic, learning, biological, and family theories for the development of schizophrenia Discuss biological, psychodynamic, learning-based, psychosocial-rehabilitation, and family intervention treatments of schizophrenia Know the relationship between Broca?s and Wernicke?s areas and audio hallucinations Echolalia Echopraxia Cotard?s syndrome (also review terms on pages 155-156 of the study guide) Jay Thaker Exam 3 Review
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