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Abnormal exam 1

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Paracelsus
astrology effects psych functioning; "lunatic"; middle ages
Orsesme
advisor to King Charles VI; disorders natural but curable; middle ages
Hippocrates
humoral theory; ancient greece
Galen
hysteria; ancient greece
John P. Grey
American psychiatrist; improved conditions in mental hospitals; 1800s
Plato
treatment through reason; ancient greece
Pinel, Tuke, and Rush
facilitated moral therapy; 1800s
Dorothea Dix
mental hygiene movement; 1800s
Mesmer
animal magnetism; late 1800s
Charcot
took interest in Mesmer; mentor to Bruer and Freud; late 1800s
Bruer
partner of early freud, especially early hypnosis; late 1800s
Anna Freud
neofreudian; ego psychology
Kohut
neofreudian; object relations
Adler
neofreudian; overcome inferiority to perfection
Horney
neofreudian; driven by love and security
Jung
neofreudian; collective unconscious
Fromm
neofreudian; socioeconomic and cultural determinism
Erikson
neofreudian; epigenetic principle/development
Maslow
humanistic; hierarchy of needs
Rogers
humanistic; self-concept; "clients" not "patients"
Pavlov
behaviorism; classical conditioning experiment with salivating dog
Basis of self-concept
genuineness, acceptance, empathy
eros
life/sex instinct of id
thanatos
death/aggression instinct of id
neuroimaging techniques
CAT, PET, MRI, fMRI
neuropsychological testing
how quickly people respond to problems presented to them
included in mental status exam
physical appearance/behavior, thought processes, mood/affect, intellectual functioning, sensorium
assessment
evaluation and measurement; provide data to make diagnosis
dopamine
Parkinson's, addiction, schizophrenia
GABA
anti-anxiety/panic
norepinephrine
fight or flight
serotonin
mood
amygdala
anxiety disorders; causes panic when fired
frontal lobe
many disorders: schizoprhenia, antisocial personality, OCD, deperssion...
quantitative genetics
interaction of many genes causes a behavior
reciprocal gene-environmental model
genes make person seek out the environment to express the genes
concordance rates
likelihood of genes expressed by identical vs. fraternal twins
gene study types
proband, adoption, twins
proband studies
who else/how many in family also have disorder
Thorndike
behaviorist; law of effect
law of effect
behaviors strengthened or weakened based on consequences we've had in the past
Skinner
behaviorist; operant learning, skinner box
Skinner box
behaviorist; animals pull a lever and either get food or shocked
Watson
behaviorist; create fears in "baby albert"
Jones and Wolpe
systematic desensitization
Watson and Ellis
applying cognitive behavior therapy to anxiety disorders
Bandura
behaviorist; social learning theory
social learning theory
lean behaviors through someone else
Seligman
learned helplessness and preparedness of lear