TAMU PSYC 306 - Models of Abnormality (4 pages)

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Introduction to models of abnormality


Lecture number:
4
Pages:
4
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Texas A&M University
Course:
Psyc 306 - Abnormal Psychology

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PSYC 306 1st Edition Lecture 4 Outline of Last Lecture I Licensed Professional Counselor a Titles b Requirements II Licensed Psychological Associate III Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy IV Forensic Psychologist V Prescribing Psychologists VI Models of Abnormality a Psychodynamic i Sigmund Freud ii Carl Jung iii Basic Postulates iv Intrapsychic vs Interpersonal 1 ID 2 Ego 3 Superego Outline of Current Lecture VII Beliefs of Freud VIII Behavioral Model a Major Figures b Basic Postulates c Roots of behavioral problems IX Humanistic Model a Major figures b Basic Postulates X Cognitive Model XI Biological Model XII Sociocultural System Current Lecture ID Allows people to do crazy things that they wouldn t normally do James Bond is an example of the ID The ego develops from experience and helps the superego remain in balance Freud had 2 beliefs Eros o People have the will to live and a will to die Thanatos o People should die when you want to live Behavioral Model Based on scientific evidence Emphasizes the interaction of learning and genetics Major Figures o Ivan Pavlov Showed that people are conditional showed that some people behave in strange ways because they have been conditioned to behave that way o John B Watson Showed that you can condition children to be fearful that ll have long lasting effects o B F Skinner Basic Postulates o People neither good nor bad The earliest condition responses are the most powerful in determining what type of person someone will become o Behavior determined Roots of behavioral problems o We failed to learn something that is adaptive o People tend to over learn things that are harmful to themselves Humanistic existential Model Positive model o Therapists is there to help you solve your own problems Emphasizes goodness capacity for change self healing tendencies Major Figures o Carl Rogers o Abraham Maslow Basic Postulates o People are basically good o Behavior is free Cognitive Model Focuses on thoughts and emotions Biological



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