Abnormal Psychology Study Guide 3

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Dissociative Disorder
 
A disorder characterized by disruption, or dissociation, of identity, memory, or consciousnes.Types: ...
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Dissociative Amnesia
 
A dissociative disorder in which a person experiences memory loss without any identifiable...
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Localized Amnesia
 
Under Dissociative AmnesiaMost cases or more commonIn which evebts occuring during a specific...
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Generalized Amnesia
 
Under Dissociative AmnesiaA person forgets his/her entire life - who they do, where they live,...
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Continuous Amnesia
 
Under Dissociative AmnesiaA person forgets everything that occurred from a particular point...
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Dissociative Fugue
 
A Dissociative DisorderIn which one suddenly flee's from one's life situation, travels to a...
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Depersonalization Disorder
 
Characterized by persistent or recurrent episodes of depersonalization. Feelings of detachment...
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Somatoform Disorder
 
Disorder characterized by complaints of physical problems or symptoms that cannot be explained...
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Malingering
 
A purposeful fabrication of symptoms for obvious gain (such as avoiding work).Faking an illness...
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Munchausen Syndrome
 
A type of factitious disorder characterized by the fabrication of medical symptoms.Can make...
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Munchausen by proxy
 
A form of child abuse in which a parent induces real or apparent symptoms of a disease in a...
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Conversion Disorder
 
A Somatoform disorder.Characterized by loss of impairment of physical function in the absence...
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Hypochondriasis
 
A somatoform disorder characterized by misinterpretation of physical symptoms as signs of underlying...
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Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD)
 
A somatoform disorder characterized by preoccupation with an imagined or exaggerated physical...
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Koro Syndrome
 
A culture-based disorder, found primarily in China.People fear that their genitals are shrinking...
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Dhat Syndrome
 
A culture-based disorder, found primarily among Asian Indian males, characterized by excessive...
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Major Depression Disorder
 
A severe mood disorder characterized by major depressive episodes.Features:1.  Changes...
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Seasonal Affect Disorder (SAD)
 
Affect = emotions or emotional state.Not in the DSM-IV TRMood based on weather (lack of sunshine)Treatment:...
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Postpartum Depression (PPD)
 
Not in the DSM-IV TRPersistent and severe mood changes that occur after childbirth.Problem...
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Dysthymic Disorder
 
Mild but chronic type of depression.Symptoms not a severe (appear as whiners)**Continue to...
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Bipolar Disorder
 
A Major Depression disoder.A psychological disorder characterized by mood swings between states...
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Manic Episode
 
A state of unusual elation, energy, and anxiety.Extreme restlessness, activity.Disorganized...
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Learned Helplessness
 
A behavior pattern characterized by passivity and perceptions of lack of control.Even though...
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Rational Suicide
 
When a person rationalizes that suicide is the best alternative to living with a terminal illness.Example,...
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Substance Induced Disorders
 
Disorders such as intoxication, that can be induced by using psychoactive substances. ...
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Substance Use Disorders
 
Are patterns of continual use of substances despite the negative consequences.  Includes...
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Abuse
 
The continued use of a psychoactive drug despite the knowledge that it is causing social, occupational,...
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Depressants
 
Sometimes called "downers." Psychoactive substances that decrease activity to the CNS and Cardiovascular...
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Stimulants
 
Sometimes called "uppers."Psychoactive substances that increase activity to the CNS and the...
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Hallucinogens
 
Psychodelic drugs or substances that cause a person to hallucinate with an euphoric effect. ...
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Pain Killers
 
An opiode drug or substance that reduces or eliminates physical pain very effectively. ...
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Depersonalization
 
Feelings of unreality or detachment from one's self or one's body.Temporary loss or change...
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Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)
 
A dissociative disorder in which a person has 2 or more distinct, or alter, personalities.Must...
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Pain Disorders
 
A MAJOR FORM OF somatoform disorder in which pshychological factors are presumed to play a...
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Mood Disorders
 
Psychological disorders characterized by unusually severe or prolonged disturbances of mood.Depressive...
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Mania
 
A state of unusual elation, energy, and anxiety.
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Hypomania
 
A relatively mild state of mania.
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Be able to define dissociative identity disorder and identify four features that need to be...
 
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Be able to explain how suicide relates to major depression and identify five myths commonly...
 
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Be able to explain five cognitive distortions, related to depression, according to Beck.
 
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Be able to identify and explain the pathways to drug dependence.
 
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Be able to describe hw the following perspectives would treat a substance disorder: Biological,...
 
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Be able to describe how the following perspectives would treat a mood disorder: Biological,...
 
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