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Abnormal Psychology: Early Childhood
myelination
corpus callosum
lateralization
perseveration
The process by which axons become coated with myelin, a fatty…
A long, thick band of nerve fibers that connects the left and…
Literally, sidedness, referring to the specialization in cert…
The tendency to persevere in, or stick to, one thought or act…
myelination
The process by which axons become coated with myelin, a fatty…
corpus callosum
A long, thick band of nerve fibers that connects the left and…
22 terms
Abnormal Psychology: Childhood disorders
DSM 5- Changes to Childhood Disorders
Challenges in studying childhood disor…
Developmental Psychopathology
Externalizing Disorders
- Integrative disorders, (no more distinct disorders) ... - Disr…
- Children are developing and changing rapidly ... - children ma…
- view abnormal behavior within the context of normal develop…
- create difficulties for external world, failure to conform…
DSM 5- Changes to Childhood Disorders
- Integrative disorders, (no more distinct disorders) ... - Disr…
Challenges in studying childhood disor…
- Children are developing and changing rapidly ... - children ma…
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Abnormal Psychology - Childhood Disorders
Common kinds of psychological problems…
Common kinds of psychological problems…
Common kinds of psychological problems…
Common kinds of psychological problems…
Sleep issues, developmental disorders, separation anxiety
Fears, anxiety, behavioral problems, bedwetting, developmenta…
Fears and anxiety, school difficulties, social problems (bull…
Physical and sexual changes/disorders, depression, panic diso…
Common kinds of psychological problems…
Sleep issues, developmental disorders, separation anxiety
Common kinds of psychological problems…
Fears, anxiety, behavioral problems, bedwetting, developmenta…
Abnormal Psychology - Childhood disorders
Complication of diagnosing maladaptive…
Children with ADHD that have symptoms…
The evidence suggests that medication…
A possible explanation for the seeming…
Behaviour that is problematic for a child of one age is norma…
are usually viewed negatively by their peers because of their…
work well for the short term but show little long-term effect
Neurological impairment - they can feel but not show emotions.
Complication of diagnosing maladaptive…
Behaviour that is problematic for a child of one age is norma…
Children with ADHD that have symptoms…
are usually viewed negatively by their peers because of their…
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Abnormal Psychology Psychological Disorder of Childhood
Infants
Toddlers
Preschoolers
School Aged Children
Genetic Disorders... Autism Spectrum Disorders... Attachment Disord…
Disruptive Behavior Disorders ... Sleep Disorders
Fears and Anxiety Disorders (separation anxiety, specific fea…
Learning Disorders (reading, written expression, math) ... Disru…
Infants
Genetic Disorders... Autism Spectrum Disorders... Attachment Disord…
Toddlers
Disruptive Behavior Disorders ... Sleep Disorders
54 terms
Abnormal Psychology - Childhood and Adolescence Disorders
Types of Childhood and Adolescence Dis…
Internalizing disorder examples
Externalizing disorder examples
Pervasive development disorder examples
1. Internalizing Disorders... 2. Externalizing Disorders... 3. Pe…
1. separation anxiety disorder... 2. other anxiety disorders (p…
1. ADHD... 2. Conduct disorder... 3. Oppositional Defiant Disorde…
1. Rhett's... 2. Childhood disintegrative disorder... 3. Asperger…
Types of Childhood and Adolescence Dis…
1. Internalizing Disorders... 2. Externalizing Disorders... 3. Pe…
Internalizing disorder examples
1. separation anxiety disorder... 2. other anxiety disorders (p…
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Abnormal Psychology: Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence
ODD
ADHD
Conduct Disorder
Autism
pervasive patterns of ignoring authority
patterns of hyperactivity and inattention
significant rule breaking that deviates from typical peer beh…
social deficits, repetitive behaviors, lack of understanding…
ODD
pervasive patterns of ignoring authority
ADHD
patterns of hyperactivity and inattention
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ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY FINAL CHILDHOOD DISORDERS
Intellectual Disability
Causes/Risk Factors for Intellectual D…
Treatment for Intellectual Disability
Mainstreaming
-Formerly known as mental retardation ... -Low intellectual func…
-Chromosomal abnormalities ... -Maternal age (35+)... -Prenatal exp…
-Behavioral treatment for skill development ... -Medications and…
placing children with intellectual disabilities in regular cl…
Intellectual Disability
-Formerly known as mental retardation ... -Low intellectual func…
Causes/Risk Factors for Intellectual D…
-Chromosomal abnormalities ... -Maternal age (35+)... -Prenatal exp…
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Abnormal Psychology Final: Disorders of Childhood
oppositional defiant disorder
conduct disorder dx checklist
relational aggression in conduct disor…
causes of conduct disorder
repeatedly argumentative and defiant, angry, irritable, somet…
1. repeatedly behaves in ways that violate the rights of othe…
individuals are socially isolated and primarily display socia…
biological factors, drug abuse, trauma, exposure to violence,…
oppositional defiant disorder
repeatedly argumentative and defiant, angry, irritable, somet…
conduct disorder dx checklist
1. repeatedly behaves in ways that violate the rights of othe…
54 terms
Abnormal Psychology - Childhood and Adolescence Disorders
Types of Childhood and Adolescence Dis…
Internalizing disorder examples
Externalizing disorder examples
Pervasive development disorder examples
1. Internalizing Disorders... 2. Externalizing Disorders... 3. Perv…
1. separation anxiety disorder... 2. other anxiety disorders (ph…
1. ADHD... 2. Conduct disorder... 3. Oppositional Defiant Disorder…
1. Rhett's... 2. Childhood disintegrative disorder... 3. Asperger's…
Types of Childhood and Adolescence Dis…
1. Internalizing Disorders... 2. Externalizing Disorders... 3. Perv…
Internalizing disorder examples
1. separation anxiety disorder... 2. other anxiety disorders (ph…
Abnormal Psychology: Childhood and Adolescent Disorders
What determines whether a child's beha…
Many problems in children are identifi…
What usually happens in misdiagnoses?
Researchers estimate how many American…
depends on our expectations about what is normal for a child…
the child enters school ... - even if problems existed earlier,…
clinicians fail to take developmental expectations into accou…
nearly one million... - only because they were the youngest (lea…
What determines whether a child's beha…
depends on our expectations about what is normal for a child…
Many problems in children are identifi…
the child enters school ... - even if problems existed earlier,…
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Abnormal Psychology: Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence
are parents aware of their children st…
Childhood anxiety disorders
separation anxiety disorder
Treatments for childhood anxiety disor…
not always- bullying is a big issue that many parents are not…
can be a normal part of childhood, separation anxiety disorde…
a childhood disorder marked by excessive anxiety, even panic…
2/3 go untreated, psychodynamic, CBT, family and group therap…
are parents aware of their children st…
not always- bullying is a big issue that many parents are not…
Childhood anxiety disorders
can be a normal part of childhood, separation anxiety disorde…
54 terms
Abnormal Psychology - Childhood and Adolescence Disorders
Types of Childhood and Adolescence Dis…
Internalizing disorder examples
Externalizing disorder examples
Pervasive development disorder examples
1. Internalizing Disorders... 2. Externalizing Disorders... 3. Perv…
1. separation anxiety disorder... 2. other anxiety disorders (ph…
1. ADHD... 2. Conduct disorder... 3. Oppositional Defiant Disorder…
1. Rhett's... 2. Childhood disintegrative disorder... 3. Asperger's…
Types of Childhood and Adolescence Dis…
1. Internalizing Disorders... 2. Externalizing Disorders... 3. Perv…
Internalizing disorder examples
1. separation anxiety disorder... 2. other anxiety disorders (ph…
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Abnormal Psychology Ch 13 Childhood Disorders
developmental psychopathology
extrnalizing disorders
internalizing disorders
ADHD
Focuses on disorders of childhood within the context of lifes…
outward directed behaviors such as aggressiveness, noncomplia…
inward focused experiences and behaviors such as depression,…
inattention present at leastt 6 months. 6 or more manifestati…
developmental psychopathology
Focuses on disorders of childhood within the context of lifes…
extrnalizing disorders
outward directed behaviors such as aggressiveness, noncomplia…
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Chapter 16: Abnormal Psychology Childhood Disorders
high
14-22%
20%
Attention Deficit... Disruptive Behavior…
Prevalence rates for child and adolescent mental health probl…
Lifetime prevalence rates are __-__% of all children
Only about __% of children with mental health problems receiv…
Disorders usually first diagnosed in childhood/adolescence in…
high
Prevalence rates for child and adolescent mental health probl…
14-22%
Lifetime prevalence rates are __-__% of all children
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Abnormal Psychology Chapter 13: Disorders of Childhood
attention-deficit/hyperactivity disord…
autism spectrum disorder
childhood onset fluency disorder (stut…
communication disorders
a disorder in children marked by difficulties in focusing ada…
a disorder beginning in childhood that involves deficits in s…
communication disorder of childhood marked by frequency and p…
learning disorders in a child who fails to develop to the deg…
attention-deficit/hyperactivity disord…
a disorder in children marked by difficulties in focusing ada…
autism spectrum disorder
a disorder beginning in childhood that involves deficits in s…
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Abnormal Psychology Chapter 15 Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence
Adderall
attention-deficit/hyperactivity disord…
autism spectrum disorder
conduct disorder
A habit-forming drug comprised of a combination of dextroamph…
Disorder of childhood characterized by diffiulcties that inte…
Pervasive developmental disorder beginning in infancy and inv…
Childhood and adolescent disorders that can appear by age 9 a…
Adderall
A habit-forming drug comprised of a combination of dextroamph…
attention-deficit/hyperactivity disord…
Disorder of childhood characterized by diffiulcties that inte…
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Abnormal Psychology: Chapter 15: Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence
Temperament
Child Psychopathology
Internalizing Disorders
School Phobia
Innate emotional predisposition or personality traits.
The emotional and behavior manifestation of psychological dis…
Conditions involving emotional symptoms directed inward.
Fear of attending school
Temperament
Innate emotional predisposition or personality traits.
Child Psychopathology
The emotional and behavior manifestation of psychological dis…
54 terms
Abnormal Psych. Ch. 16 Psychological Disorders of Childhood
Prevalence rates for child and adolesc…
Lifetime prevalence rates are ____ of…
Only about ____ of children with menta…
Externalizing Disorders
high
14-22%
20%
Attention Deficit & Disruptive Behavior Disorders
Prevalence rates for child and adolesc…
high
Lifetime prevalence rates are ____ of…
14-22%
26 terms
Chapter 13 Disorders of Childhood Abnormal Psychology
What is developmental psychology?
true or false; some disorders are uniq…
what is an example of a disorder that…
Are some disorders present in both adu…
studies disorders within context of normal child development
separation anxiety disorder,
attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder
Yes, depression
What is developmental psychology?
studies disorders within context of normal child development
true or false; some disorders are uniq…
separation anxiety disorder,
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Abnormal Psychology Butcher Disorder of Childhood and Adolescence
Adderall
Asperger's disorder
Attention-deficit, hyperactivity disor…
autism
a habit forming drug comprised of dextroamphetamine and amphe…
severe and sustained childhood impairment in social relations…
disorder of childhood characterized by difficulties that inte…
pervasive developmental disorder beginning in infancy and inv…
Adderall
a habit forming drug comprised of dextroamphetamine and amphe…
Asperger's disorder
severe and sustained childhood impairment in social relations…
29 terms
Abnormal Psychology - Chapter 4
Agnostic
Alcohol (ethanol)
Alcohol dehydrogenase
Alcoholic myopia
A chemical that increases the potency of other chemicals.
The second most commonly used psychoactive substance in the U…
An enzyme that breaks down alcohol in the stomach and the liv…
Narrowing of focus to the immediate.
Agnostic
A chemical that increases the potency of other chemicals.
Alcohol (ethanol)
The second most commonly used psychoactive substance in the U…
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Chapter 16: Abnormal Psychology Childhood Disorders
high
14-22%
20%
Attention Deficit... Disruptive Behavior…
Prevalence rates for child and adolescent mental health probl…
Lifetime prevalence rates are __-__% of all children
Only about __% of children with mental health problems receiv…
Disorders usually first diagnosed in childhood/adolescence in…
high
Prevalence rates for child and adolescent mental health probl…
14-22%
Lifetime prevalence rates are __-__% of all children
20 terms
chapter 17 - childhood and adolescence abnormal psychology
oppositional defiant disorder
conduct disorder
overt- destructive pattern
overt- nondestructive pattern
a childhood disorder in which children are repeatedly argumen…
a childhood disorder in which the child repeatedly violates t…
in which individuals display openly aggressive and confrontat…
dominated by openly offensive but nonconfrontational behavior…
oppositional defiant disorder
a childhood disorder in which children are repeatedly argumen…
conduct disorder
a childhood disorder in which the child repeatedly violates t…
16 terms
Abnormal Psychology: Disorders of childhood and adolescence terms
Longitudinal studies
Retrospective research
Development psychopathology
Developmental task
A study in which an investigator repeatidly asseses the same…
Research done by asking respondents about past experiences
A field of study that focuses on how problems first appear in…
A psychological or cognitive task to be mastered during the c…
Longitudinal studies
A study in which an investigator repeatidly asseses the same…
Retrospective research
Research done by asking respondents about past experiences
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Abnormal Psychology - Module 11: Disorders of childhood
1. Outline the myths, realities and re…
2. Recite historical understandings of…
3. Define the terms risk and protectiv…
4. Define externalising disorders, and…
Myths:... 1. Childhood is carefree, joyful time, with few respon…
Prior 20th Century:... 1. Almost no recognition of psychological…
Risk factors: Characteristics or hazards that increase the po…
Externalising disorders are described as problems of under-co…
1. Outline the myths, realities and re…
Myths:... 1. Childhood is carefree, joyful time, with few respon…
2. Recite historical understandings of…
Prior 20th Century:... 1. Almost no recognition of psychological…
Disorders of Childhood (Abnormal Psychology/Chapter 14)
Conduct Disorder
Enuresis
ADHD
Autism
The child repeatedly violates the basic rights of others and…
Repeated bed wetting or wetting of one's clothes. It is treat…
The inability to focus attention, overactive and impulsive be…
Marked by extreme unresponsiveness to others, severe communic…
Conduct Disorder
The child repeatedly violates the basic rights of others and…
Enuresis
Repeated bed wetting or wetting of one's clothes. It is treat…
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Psychology 4: Childhood
Freud's Psychosexual Theory
Oral Stage
Anal Stage
Phallic Stage
Development is split up into different areas/stages of pleasu…
Age: 0 to 18 months... Erogenous Zone: Oral Pleasures (sucking)…
Age: 18 to 36 months... Erogenous Zone: Eliminating/retaining f…
(Note: Only applies to males)... Age: 3 to 6 years... Erogenous Z…
Freud's Psychosexual Theory
Development is split up into different areas/stages of pleasu…
Oral Stage
Age: 0 to 18 months... Erogenous Zone: Oral Pleasures (sucking)…
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Abnormal Test 4 - childhood disorders
Internalizing disorders
Externalizing disorders
Sex ratios
____% of children and adolescents expe…
anxiety, depression, somatic conditioning
ADHD, ODD, conduct disorder
- boys more than girls ... - at younger ages rates are the same…
25
Internalizing disorders
anxiety, depression, somatic conditioning
Externalizing disorders
ADHD, ODD, conduct disorder
19 terms
Abnormal Psychology Chapter 14: Disorders of childhood and adolecense
Seperation anxiety
Major depression
Childhood bipolar disorder
Disruptive mood dysregulation disorder
A childhood anxiety disorder marked by excessive anxiety, eve…
Severe downturn of mood... Cause: negative life events... treatme…
Extreme mood changes... Treatment: drug therapy
A childhood disorder marked by severe recurrent temper outbur…
Seperation anxiety
A childhood anxiety disorder marked by excessive anxiety, eve…
Major depression
Severe downturn of mood... Cause: negative life events... treatme…
58 terms
Abnormal Psychology Chapter 13 Disorders of Childhood
Classification and Diagnosis of Childh…
What are the two chapters of childhood…
What are the DSM-5 new names for DISOR…
What are some DSM- 5 Childhood Disorders
-Developmental psychopathology ( studies disorders within con…
- Neurodevelopmental Disorders... -Disruptive, Impulsive Control…
mental retardation is now called intellectual Disability (int…
- Intellectual Disability... - Specific Learning Disorder... -Autis…
Classification and Diagnosis of Childh…
-Developmental psychopathology ( studies disorders within con…
What are the two chapters of childhood…
- Neurodevelopmental Disorders... -Disruptive, Impulsive Control…
25 terms
Abnormal Psychology Ch. 14: Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence
Separation Anxiety Disorder
Play Therapy
Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
a childhood disorder marked by excessive anxiety, even panic,…
an approach to treating childhood disorders that helps childr…
a childhood disorder marked by severe recurrent temper outbur…
a childhood disorder in which children are repeatedly argumen…
Separation Anxiety Disorder
a childhood disorder marked by excessive anxiety, even panic,…
Play Therapy
an approach to treating childhood disorders that helps childr…
41 terms
Disorders of Childhood & Adolescences (Exam 3)- Abnormal Psychology
Child Psychopathology
IDEA Act
Prevalence of Child Psychopathology
Early Childhood: 3-6 years old... Middle…
- Study of disorders related to children/ adolescents... - Relat…
- Passed in 1970s... - Guarantees each child gets a free, approp…
- 20% of children/adolescents have diagnosis that causes some…
What are the different ages of anxiety in children and adoles…
Child Psychopathology
- Study of disorders related to children/ adolescents... - Relat…
IDEA Act
- Passed in 1970s... - Guarantees each child gets a free, approp…
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Abnormal Psych Exam 3 (Psychological Disorders of Childhood)
developmental psychopathology
developmental norms
externalizing disorders
internalizing disorders
essential because children change rapidly during the first 20…
behavior that is typical for children of a given age
create difficulties for the child's external world. character…
psychological problems that primarily affect the child's inte…
developmental psychopathology
essential because children change rapidly during the first 20…
developmental norms
behavior that is typical for children of a given age
24 terms
Abnormal Psychology Chapter 17: Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence
DSM-5 Neurodevelopment Disorders ... -Occ…
Autism Spectrum Disorder DSM-5 Criteri…
DSM-5 Criterion B... Restricted, repetiti…
Levels of Severity... 1. Level 1: "Requir…
...
1. No back-and-forth conversations... -reduced sharing of intere…
1. hand flapping, rocking... -line up toys or use in atypical fa…
1. clear and noticeable impairments that require support, fun…
DSM-5 Neurodevelopment Disorders ... -Occ…
...
Autism Spectrum Disorder DSM-5 Criteri…
1. No back-and-forth conversations... -reduced sharing of intere…
80 terms
abnormal psychology 4
what are some effects of child abuse
what are some key features of autism s…
what are the causes of autism?
what are the key features in intellect…
difficulty forming healthy relationships, low self-esteem, su…
deficits in social interactions, sameness in routine, restric…
unknown
maternal diseases, alcohol use,
what are some effects of child abuse
difficulty forming healthy relationships, low self-esteem, su…
what are some key features of autism s…
deficits in social interactions, sameness in routine, restric…
46 terms
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY CHAPTER 4
Clinical Assessment
The specific tools used in an assessme…
Characteristics of Assessment Tools
Reliability refers to the consistency…
- Assessment is collecting relevant information in an effort…
- Hundreds of clinical assessment tools have been developed a…
- To be useful, assessment tools must be standardized and hav…
- A good tool will always yield the same results in the same…
Clinical Assessment
- Assessment is collecting relevant information in an effort…
The specific tools used in an assessme…
- Hundreds of clinical assessment tools have been developed a…
46 terms
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY CHAPTER 4
Clinical Assessment
The specific tools used in an assessme…
Characteristics of Assessment Tools
Reliability refers to the consistency…
- Assessment is collecting relevant information in an effort…
- Hundreds of clinical assessment tools have been developed a…
- To be useful, assessment tools must be standardized and hav…
- A good tool will always yield the same results in the same…
Clinical Assessment
- Assessment is collecting relevant information in an effort…
The specific tools used in an assessme…
- Hundreds of clinical assessment tools have been developed a…
157 terms
Abnormal Psychology Lecture 4
3 types of treatment
Types of Psychotherapy
3 types of Biologically-Based Treatments
what does ECT stand for
-Biologically-Based Treatment... -Psychotherapy... -Prevention
ESTs and EBP... Psychodynamic treatment... Behavioral activation... ER…
psychopharmacy... electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)... labotomy
electroconvulsive therapy
3 types of treatment
-Biologically-Based Treatment... -Psychotherapy... -Prevention
Types of Psychotherapy
ESTs and EBP... Psychodynamic treatment... Behavioral activation... ER…
164 terms
Abnormal Psychology Exam #4
What 3 things do substances change?
Which DSM was the first to include the…
What is the general definition of Psyc…
How often are Substance-related and Ad…
thinking, mood, behaviors
DSMIII, "Sociopathic behavior/personality"
A broad class of drugs, that alters patterns of thinking, fee…
75%
What 3 things do substances change?
thinking, mood, behaviors
Which DSM was the first to include the…
DSMIII, "Sociopathic behavior/personality"
22 terms
Abnormal Psychology Chapter 4
Science
Theory
Hypothesis
Correlational Method
To know
set of propositions developed to explain what is observed
Specific prediction about what will occur
Do variable X and Y vary together
Science
To know
Theory
set of propositions developed to explain what is observed
88 terms
Childhood Psychology Test 4
Early Childhood age
Height and Weight changes
Brain Development
Plasticity
2-6 years old
Grow 2-3 in per year; gain 4-6 pounds; boys generally slightl…
reaches 90% of adult weight at 5; Myelination improves visual…
Tendency of parts of brain to take over injured parts; strong…
Early Childhood age
2-6 years old
Height and Weight changes
Grow 2-3 in per year; gain 4-6 pounds; boys generally slightl…
37 terms
Abnormal Psychology, Chapter 4
Research in Abnormal
Basic Components of Research
Statistical Significance
Clinical Significance
Includes the role of biological, psychological, and social fa…
- Hypothesis... - Methods- Research Design... - Results... - Interpret…
Are the results due to chance?
Results are clinically meaningful
Research in Abnormal
Includes the role of biological, psychological, and social fa…
Basic Components of Research
- Hypothesis... - Methods- Research Design... - Results... - Interpret…
15 terms
Abnormal Psychology Chapter 4
Actuarial Interpretation
Assessment
Categorical Approach to Classification
Classification System
Analysis of test results based on an explicit set of rules de…
The process of gathering and organizing information about a p…
A view of classification based on the assumption that there a…
A system for grouping together objects or organisms that shar…
Actuarial Interpretation
Analysis of test results based on an explicit set of rules de…
Assessment
The process of gathering and organizing information about a p…
31 terms
Abnormal Psychology Chapter 4
Anxiety
Fear
Panic
Panic attack
Mood state characterized by marked negative affect and bodily…
Emotion of an immediate alarm reaction to present danger or l…
Sudden, overwhelming fright or terror.
Abrupt experience of intense fear or discomfort accompanied b…
Anxiety
Mood state characterized by marked negative affect and bodily…
Fear
Emotion of an immediate alarm reaction to present danger or l…
20 terms
Abnormal Psychology Chapter 4
anxiety
fight or flight
sympathetic ns
parasympathetic ns
a common emotion characterized by physical symptoms, future-o…
a general discharge of the sympathetic nervous system activat…
the part of the autonomic nervous system that activates the b…
the part of the autonomic nervous system that counteracts the…
anxiety
a common emotion characterized by physical symptoms, future-o…
fight or flight
a general discharge of the sympathetic nervous system activat…
23 terms
Abnormal Psychology Chapter 4
anxiety
fear
panic
panic attack
Mood state characterized by marked negative affect and bodily…
Emotion of an immediate alarm reaction to present danger or l…
Sudden, overwhelming fright or terror
Abrupt experience of intense fear or discomfort accompanied b…
anxiety
Mood state characterized by marked negative affect and bodily…
fear
Emotion of an immediate alarm reaction to present danger or l…
63 terms
Abnormal Psychology--Chapter 4
theory
hypothesis
case study
Three ways a case study can be used:
set of propositions means to explain a class of observations;…
expectations about what should occur if a theory is true
recording detailed information about one person at time... incl…
to provide a rich description of a clinical phenomenon... to dis…
theory
set of propositions means to explain a class of observations;…
hypothesis
expectations about what should occur if a theory is true
123 terms
Abnormal Psychology Exam 4
Cluster A
Cluster B
Cluster C
A
Odd or eccentric personality behaviors
Behaviors viewed as exaggerated, inflated, dramatic, emotiona…
Anxious or fearful personality behaviors. Behaviors marked by…
Paranoid Personality Disorder Cluster
Cluster A
Odd or eccentric personality behaviors
Cluster B
Behaviors viewed as exaggerated, inflated, dramatic, emotiona…
71 terms
Abnormal Psychology Chapter 4
Classification Systems
Diagnosis
Rosenhan Study at Stanford
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual
• Used in all forms of science... • They're not right or wrong;…
the identification or recognition of a disorder on the basis…
o Had people walk into the hospital and report that they were…
• Known as DSM-5 (2013)... • DSM-IV published in 1994 (year does…
Classification Systems
• Used in all forms of science... • They're not right or wrong;…
Diagnosis
the identification or recognition of a disorder on the basis…
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