Lesson 4 biopsychosocial model

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  • Lesson 4 biopsychosocial model

    1. 1. Lesson 4: THE BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL MODEL
    2. 2. Lesson 3: Stigma and Labelling EXAM QUESTION Describe Rosenhan’s conclusions post his 1973 experiment on labelling
    3. 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. 4. Lesson 4: THE BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL MODEL
    5. 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. 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. 7. BIOLOGICAL Physiological/anatomical, neurotransmitters, genetic factors, gender, age and ethnicity
    8. 8. PSYCHOLOGICALSubjective perceptions,personalitypredisposition and theirunique thoughts, feelings,and behaviours
    9. 9. SOCIAL Family, friends, societal expectations and available services, cultural background and environment
    10. 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

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