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    Psychological disorders Psychological disorders Presentation Transcript

    • Psychological Disorders
      Chapter 12
    • Psychological Disorders
      There are 450 million people suffering from psychological disorders (WHO, 2004).
      Depression and schizophrenia exist in all cultures of the world.
    • Deviant, Distressful & Dysfunctional
      Deviant behavior (going naked) in one culture may be considered normal, while in others it may lead to arrest.
      Deviant behavior must accompany distress.
      If a behavior is dysfunctional it is clearly a disorder.
      In the Wodaabe tribe men wear costumes to attract women. In Western society this would be considered abnormal.
    • Understanding Psychological Disorders
      Ancient Treatments of psychological disorders include trephination, exorcism, being caged like animals, being beaten, burned, castrated, mutilated, or transfused with animal’s blood
      Trephination (boring holes in the skull to remove evil forces)
    • The Medical Model
      Philippe Pinel (1745-1826) from France, insisted that madness was not due to demonic possession, but an ailment of the mind.
      Dance in the madhouse
    • Medical Model
      When physicians discovered that syphilis led to mental disorders, they started using medical models to review the physical causes of these disorders.
      Etiology: Cause and development of the disorder.
      Diagnosis: Identifying (symptoms) and distinguishing one disease from another.
      Treatment: Treating a disorder in a psychiatric hospital.
      Prognosis: Forecast about the disorder.
    • The Biopsychosocial Approach
      Assumes that biological, socio-cultural, and psychological factors combine and interact to produce psychological disorders.
    • Labeling Psychological Disorders
      Insanity” labels raise moral and ethical questions about how society should treat people who have disorders and have committed crimes
      Theodore Kaczynski
      (Unabomber)