SC PSYC 101 - Psychological Disorders Continued (2 pages)

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Continuation of Psychological Disorders including mood disorders and personality disorder; also discusses clinical diagnostic tools


Lecture number:
31
Pages:
2
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University Of South Carolina-Columbia
Course:
Psyc 101 - Intro to Psychology
Edition:
1
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PSYC 101 1st Edition Lecture 31 Outline of Last Lecture II Mental Disorder A DSM IV III Anxiety Disorders a Generalized Anxiety Disorders b Panic Disorder c Phobias d Obsessive Compulsive Disorder IV How Do Anxiety Disorders Develop a Learning Perspective b Biological Perspective V Schizophrenia VI Causes of Schizophrenia a Brain Abnormalities b Genetics c Psychological Factors Outline of Current Lecture Psychological Disorders Continued VII Mood Disorders B Emotional Extremes a Depression b Manic Episode c Bipolar Disorder VIII Causes of Mood Disorders a Biological Influences b Social Cognitive Perspective IX Personality Disorders X Clinical Diagnostic Tools a Interview b History c Direct Observation d IQ Tests e Personality Tests f Projective Tests g Brain Imaging These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute h DSM IV Current Lecture Psychological Disorders Continued I II III IV Mood Disorders Emotional Extremes a Depression Feelings of worthlessness decreased pleasure interest depressed mood b Manic Episode hyperactive wildly optimistic state c Bipolar Disorder alternating depression and mania Causes of Mood Disorders a Biological Influences i Genetics ii The Brain 1 Low levels of serotonin and norepinephrine drugs ex Prozac Zoloft and Paxil increases serotonin 2 Less active brains 3 Hippocampus b Social Cognitive Perspective outlook on life can influence your mood vicious cycle negative thoughts create negative moods and negative moods create negative thoughts Personality Disorders Behavior patterns that impair social functioning ex histrionic narcissistic borderline personality disorder a Antisocial Personality Disorder psychopath i Lack of conscience ii May be ruthless aggressive con artists very charming b As young children antisocial adolescents tended to be impulsive uninhibited unconcerned with social rewards low in anxiety Clinical Diagnostics Tools a Interview clients family friends b History family and medical history c Direct Observation d IQ Tests WAIS e Personality Tests MMPI Big Five f Projective Tests Rorschach DAPT g Brain Imaging CAT Scan PET MRI h DSM IV


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