5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- marital skew
- Type II Schizophrenia
- volitional symptoms
- a negative systems predominate, such as flat affect, avolition, alogia, and social withdrawal
- b Freud: certain women could have a talent for causing their children to be schizophrenic by telling the child what to think and feel. Over protective. any factor hypothesized to be casually related to the development of schizophrenia. (genetic and environmental...1. specific gene theory, 2. environment theory, 3. constitutional predisposition theory)
*pertaining to factors that are hypothesized as causal to the development of schizophrenia.
- c symptoms having to do with the client's ability to make choices and engage in goal-directed behavior
- d serious psychopathology of the dominant parent was passively accepted by the other
- e National Alliance for the Mentally Ill
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- therapeutic setting where socioenvironment is controlled to accommodate clients' needs.
- behavioral therapy based on rewarding good behavior with tokens that can be traded in for prizes/rewards.
- frequently, things turn out as one expects because behavior is optimized to those outcomes.
- symptoms of psychoses marked by the presence of bizarre behaviors and thoughts such as hallucinations and delusions.
*basically, what is there that should NOT be.
- awkward movements, repeated grimaces, odd gestures.
5 True/False Questions
meta-analysis → statistical technique that allows one to combine the findings from multiple studies to determine trends.
catotonic → muscular rigidity or extreme tonus
*subset of schizophrenia that features psychomotor disturbances, echolalia and echopraxia or extreme negativism (there is much missing from their behavior)
affective flattening → absence of signs of emotional functioning
schizophrenia → from the greek words for "split mind" to refer to the split between the thought process and emotion. Key Symptoms: Delusions, hallucinations, disordered speech and behavior. 6 Months. More common among males
sense of self → a sense or idea of who you are