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Abnormal Psych Chapt 2 lecture

Abnormal Psych Chapt 2 lecture

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    • The Biological Model
      The Psychodynamic Model
      The Humanistic Model
      The Cognitive-Behavioral Model
      The Sociocultural Model
    • Emil Kraepelin
      The Psychodynamic Model
      The Humanistic Model
      The Cognitive-Behavioral Model
      The Sociocultural Model
      The Biological Model
    • 100
      80
      82
      65
      60
      Genetic heritability %
      40
      40
      35
      34
      20
      0
      Majordepression
      Bipolardisorder
      Anxietydisorder
      Substancedependence
      Schizophrenia
      The Psychodynamic Model
      The Humanistic Model
      The Cognitive-Behavioral Model
      The Sociocultural Model
      The Biological Model
    • Genotype
      Phenotype
      The Psychodynamic Model
      The Humanistic Model
      The Cognitive-Behavioral Model
      The Sociocultural Model
      The Biological Model
    • Serotonin
      Processing of information; regulation of mood, behavior, and thought processes.
      Norepinephrine
      Regulation of arousal, mood, behavior, and sleep.
      Dopamine
      Influences novelty-seeking, sociability, pleasure,
      motivation, coordinaiton, and motor movement.
      Gamma Aminobutyric Acid (GABA)
      Regulation of mood, especially anxiety, arousal, and behavior.
      Acetylcholine
      Important in motor behavior, arousal, reward, attention, learning, and behavior.
      Glutamate
      Influences learning, memory.
      Neurotransmitter System
      Functions
      The Psychodynamic Model
      The Humanistic Model
      The Cognitive-Behavioral Model
      The Sociocultural Model
      The Biological Model
    • Cerebellum
      Cerebellum
      Boy with autism
      Boy without autism
      The Psychodynamic Model
      The Humanistic Model
      The Cognitive-Behavioral Model
      The Sociocultural Model
      The Biological Model
    • Sigmund Freud
      The Psychodynamic Model
      The Humanistic Model
      The Cognitive-Behavioral Model
      The Sociocultural Model
      The Biological Model
    • SuperegoGuiding principle: MoralityTasks: Develop conscience; block id impulses
      Superego
      Ego
      EgoGuiding principle: RealityTasks: Mediate demands of id and superego; cope with real world
      Id
      IdGuiding principle: PleasureTasks: Attain gratification of wants, needs, and impulses
      The Psychodynamic Model
      The Humanistic Model
      The Cognitive-Behavioral Model
      The Sociocultural Model
      The Biological Model
    • IntrapsychicConflict(Between Id, Ego, and Superego)
      Reliance onDefense Mechanisms
      Anxiety
      The Psychodynamic Model
      The Humanistic Model
      The Cognitive-Behavioral Model
      The Sociocultural Model
      The Biological Model
    • The Psychodynamic Model
      The Humanistic Model
      The Cognitive-Behavioral Model
      The Sociocultural Model
      The Biological Model
      Abraham Maslow
      Carl Rogers
      Rollo May
    • Self-actualization
      Ego (esteem)
      Social (belonging)
      Safety/security
      Physiological
      The Psychodynamic Model
      The Humanistic Model
      The Cognitive-Behavioral Model
      The Sociocultural Model
      The Biological Model
    • Unconditioned stimulus (UCS)
      Conditioned stimulus (CS)
      Conditioned stimulus (CS)
      Response
      *UCS and CS are paired
      Response
      *After this pairing, the CS produces the response.
      The Psychodynamic Model
      The Humanistic Model
      The Cognitive-Behavioral Model
      The Sociocultural Model
      The Biological Model
    • Positive Reinforcement
      Behavior
      Repetition of behavior is more likely
      Positive reinforcement: pleasant event or reward
      The Psychodynamic Model
      The Humanistic Model
      The Cognitive-Behavioral Model
      The Sociocultural Model
      The Biological Model
    • Shawn flies on airplane
      Fear that hewill get sickor feel illif he flies
      Shawn has stomach virus
      Avoid flying:Takes the bus instead?
      Classical conditioning – Develop a fear of flying
      Fear “drives” theavoidance behavior
      Operant conditioning –Avoidance of flying reduces fear(Negative reinforcement)
      The Psychodynamic Model
      The Humanistic Model
      The Cognitive-Behavioral Model
      The Sociocultural Model
      The Biological Model
    • The Psychodynamic Model
      The Humanistic Model
      The Cognitive-Behavioral Model
      The Sociocultural Model
      The Biological Model
    • The Psychodynamic Model
      The Humanistic Model
      The Cognitive-Behavioral Model
      The Sociocultural Model
      The Biological Model