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  1. Hypochondriasis Disorder
  2. psychoanalytic explanation of anxiety
  3. psychoanalytic etiology (OCD)
  4. obsessive-compulsive disorder characteristics
  5. agoraphobia
  1. a severe anxiety focused on having serious disease, blown out of proportion, features of panic disorder, treatment: explanatory therapy: doc explains source/origin of symptoms
  2. b fear of being in places in which it would be difficult or embarrassing to escape if panic symptoms occur
  3. c obsessions/compulsions reflect maladaptive responses to unresolved conflict
  4. d in past (1960s), concept of neurosis (unrealistic anxiety and depression), anxiety resulted from id/ego conflict when defense mechanisms were overworked (GAD), anal fixation= impulses to soil transformed into compulsive cleanliness, person experiences urge as compulsive, obsessive thought (OCD)
  5. e 1) obsession: recurrent persistant thoughts 2)compulsion: repetitive behaviors, response to behaviors

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. differs because GAD less responsive on physiological measures (unlike panic), chronically tense because highly sensitive to threats, fatigued easily, mental agitation, always on edge, stress hormones always elevated
  2. marked by numerous reoccuring physical ailments w/o organic basis, last longer than conversion disorder, 8 symptoms 4 pain 2 gastro 1 sexual 1 psuedo neurological (stroke like, vision problems, muscle probs)
  3. 24 sessions focused on identifying emotions and meaning underlying panic attacks
  4. no idea attack was coming, no clue when next will come
  5. 1) runs in the family, family member with anxiety increases comorbidity 2) twin studies indicate heritability 20-40 (GAD, PTSD, phobias) 50 (PD) 3) GAD have deficits in GABA system function 4) deficits in medial prefrontal cortex (interferes w/ amygdala regulation)

5 True/False Questions

  1. behavioral explanation (panic & agoraphobic)classical conditioning (interoceptive): panic attacks are conditioned to responses to anxiety triggering situations or internal bodily sensation of arousal, people learn what things/situations cause panic and avoid those things to avoid panic

          

  2. conversion disorder vs malingeringCD: physical malfunction, stressful event trigger, no organic cause, no concern to see doctor, not really upset (woke up one day, cant walk)
    M: faking malfunction, aware that they are pretending and attempting to manipulate others, clear gains to being 'ill" (no work, settlement money)

    test: blindness test M less than chance level b/c trying to be "blind"

          

  3. panic disorder symptoms (examples from text/class)in past (1960s), concept of neurosis (unrealistic anxiety and depression), anxiety resulted from id/ego conflict when defense mechanisms were overworked (GAD), anal fixation= impulses to soil transformed into compulsive cleanliness, person experiences urge as compulsive, obsessive thought (OCD)

          

  4. cognitive explanation (panic & agoraphobic)individual misinterprets somatic bodily changes as impending doom

          

  5. Situationally predisposed panic attackslikelihood of attack is greater in situations where they have previously occured

          

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