PSYCH FINAL EXAM
- Arizona State University - Downtown Campus
- Psychology 101
- PSYCH FINAL EXAM
Last Modified: 2011-07-19
the term (cited by psychiatrist Ronald D. Laing in his The Politics of the Family and Other Essays) for the "set of procedures in which all doctors are trained." This set includes complaint, history, examination, ancillary tests if needed, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis with and without treatment.
I. clincal sydroms
II. personality disorders
III. medical conditions
IV. psychological problems
V. global assessment of funtioning
marked by a persistant and irrational fear of an object or situation that presents no realistic danger
characterized by recurrent attacks of overwhelming anxiety that usually occurs suddenly and unexpectedly
- neurochemicals (common with seratonin)
- classical and operant conditioning
- cognitive: though processes; interpretation differences
- personality: neuroticism
physical ailments with no organic base
- tend to be neurotic, and have a histrionic personality characteristics and insecure attachments styles
- tend to draw catastrophic conclusions about minor bodily complaints
when people lose their memory for their entire lives along with their sense of personal identity. forget name, family, work, but remember things not related to their identity (surgeon or driving)
-early childhood drama
neaurotransmittors- decline in norapinephrine and seratonin
cognitive: repetive negative thoughts and negative self talk
social skills: poor inner social skills are linked to mood disorders
stress: onset of these disorders cause stress
genetics: 46 percent chance if both parents have it, 17 if one has it
neurochemicals: excessive dopamine activity
expresses emotions enviroment: how the family expresses emoitions and communicate. parents who are highly critical and overly protected have a higher chance of their children being schizo
applications, break ups, addictions, injustices
four key factors in INTERPERSONAL ATTRACTION
proximity, phsyical attractiveness, similarity, and reciprocity
liking those who show that they like you
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