Lesson 4 biopsychosocial model

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  • 1. Lesson 4: THE BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL MODEL
  • 2. Lesson 3: Stigma and Labelling EXAM QUESTION Describe Rosenhan’s conclusions post his 1973 experiment on labelling
  • 3. Lesson 3: Stigma and Labelling EXAM QUESTION Describe Rosenhan’s conclusions post his 1973 experiment on labelling Rosenhan concluded that medical staff, including psychologists, could not recognize `normal behaviour and once a person was labeled as having a specific mental disorder, all of their subsequent behaviour was interpreted in terms of the disorder. For example, while the pseudo-patients were in hospital, they openly took notes relating to Rosenhans research study but the staff interpreted this activity as part of their schizophrenic behaviour.
  • 4. Lesson 4: THE BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL MODEL
  • 5. OUTCOMES (WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW AND BE ABLE TO DO)DESCRIBE THE BIOPSYCHOSOCIALFRAMEWORK (THE INTERACTION ANDINTEGRATION OF BIOLOGICAL,PSYCHOLOGICAL AND SOCIAL FACTORS) ASAN APPROACH TO CONSIDERING PHYSICALAND MENTAL HEALTH
  • 6. Addresses the biological, psychological and social factors when assessing and treating people experiencing problems with their health. Provides a ‘holistic’ approach to medicine Read the case study of ‘Anne’ p 441 of text bookThe biopsychosocial approach aims to overcome such experiences like Anne
  • 7. BIOLOGICAL Physiological/anatomical, neurotransmitters, genetic factors, gender, age and ethnicity
  • 8. PSYCHOLOGICALSubjective perceptions,personalitypredisposition and theirunique thoughts, feelings,and behaviours
  • 9. SOCIAL Family, friends, societal expectations and available services, cultural background and environment
  • 10. ESSENTIAL LEARNINGACTIVITIES: Activity 1: Complete Review 1 of text book p 442 Activity 2: Complete Question 2 of Investigate in text book p 445