UMass Amherst PSYCH 380 - Final Exam Study Guide (27 pages)

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Final Exam Study Guide

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Study Guide for exam three covers notes/vocab for lectures 14-21.


Pages:
27
Type:
Study Guide
School:
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Course:
Psych 380 - Abnormal Psychology
Edition:
1

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Psych 380 1nd Edition Exam 3 Study Guide Lectures 14 21 Lecture 14 10 28 14 Key Terms Concepts Personality Disorder Criteria a Enduring pattern of inner experience or behavior that deviates from expectation of one s culture 2 i Cognition ii Affectivity emotionality so extreme that they are dysfunctional iii Interpersonal functioning iv Impulse control lack there of Antisocial Personality Disorder Criteria I Antisocial personality disorder a Disregard for and violation of rights of others 3 i Unlawful ii Deceitful iii Impulsive iv Irritable aggressive fight over the little things v Reckless disregard for safety of self or others vi Irresponsibility vii Lack of remorse Interpersonal Danger Signals I Characteristics of a potential predator a Forced teaming we are in the same boat b Charm and niceness overdoes it c Too many details d Type casting manipulation in interaction luring you into a stereotype e Loan sharking make someone feel indebted f Unsolicited promises g Discounting no Psychological Test Data on Matthew MMPI High on 4 9 psychopathic deviant and mania Sentence Completion Testing Concepts from Chapter 14 Dimensional vs Categorical diagnosis of personality disorders The various personality disorders Personality disorder ingrained patterns of relating to other people situations and events with a rigid and maladaptive pattern of inner experience and behavior dating back to adolescence or early adulthood Antisocial personality disorder a personality disorder characterized by a lack of regard for society s moral or legal standards and an impulsive and risky lifestyle Moral culpability in people with antisocial personality disorder Emotional Processing deficit in antisocial personality disorder Response modulation hypothesis in antisocial personality disorder Splitting a defense common in people with borderline personality disorder in which individuals perceive others or themselves as being all good or all bad usually resulting in disturbed interpersonal



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