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Introduction to Psychiatry
What are the low prevalence and high p…
How common are psychiatric disorders i…
Prevalence of: ... Anxiety ... Substance use…
Most common mental illnesses by gender
Low prevalence ... - schizophrenia... - Bipolar disorder... - Eating d…
20% in the community in 12 months ... 40% lifetime prevlance
What are the low prevalence and high p…
Low prevalence ... - schizophrenia... - Bipolar disorder... - Eating d…
How common are psychiatric disorders i…
20% in the community in 12 months ... 40% lifetime prevlance
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Introduction to Psychiatry
Psychiatry
History of Psychiatry
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual…
practice of medicine related to emotional and thought disorde…
In the 1600's people began to build facilities to house those…
Although theories to explain and understand mental illness be…
Psychiatry
practice of medicine related to emotional and thought disorde…
History of Psychiatry
In the 1600's people began to build facilities to house those…
104 terms
Introduction to Psychiatry
Goals of psychiatry
Mental health
Maslow's Hierarchy of needs
Mental disorder
diagnose the problem, describe the behavior, explain, predict…
clinically successful performance of mental function resultin…
physiological, safety and security, love and belonging, self…
clinically significant disturbance in cognition, emotion, or…
Goals of psychiatry
diagnose the problem, describe the behavior, explain, predict…
Mental health
clinically successful performance of mental function resultin…
18 terms
Introduction to Psychiatry
person suddenly stops speaking without…
usually occurs when a hallucination or…
lacks direction because of excessive u…
the ultimate point is never made
Blocking
Thought Blocking
Circumstantial Speech
Tangential Speech
person suddenly stops speaking without…
Blocking
usually occurs when a hallucination or…
Thought Blocking
173 terms
Introduction to Psychiatry
goals of psychology
why do people come to psychologists?
Mental health
how do we know we're not suffering fro…
1. Describe the behavior, ... 2. Explain the behavior... 3. able to…
they are suffering from mental ilnnes
state of successful performance of mental function, resulting…
it doesnt affect our social life, academics or jobs, and we c…
goals of psychology
1. Describe the behavior, ... 2. Explain the behavior... 3. able to…
why do people come to psychologists?
they are suffering from mental ilnnes
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Introduction to Psychiatry
Axis I
Axis II
Axis III
Axis IV
clinical disorders... ex. bipolar, schizo, substance abuse, depr…
personality disorders (schizo, paronoid, antisocial, narcissi…
medical condition (DM, HTN, etc.)
psychosocial and environmental problems (housing, finance - a…
Axis I
clinical disorders... ex. bipolar, schizo, substance abuse, depr…
Axis II
personality disorders (schizo, paronoid, antisocial, narcissi…
10 terms
Introduction to Psychiatry
Which early psychologist used course a…
Which early psychologist coined the te…
When studied at the systems level, sch…
What is the genetic, molecular, and ce…
Kraeplin
Bleuler
Misconnection ... ( misconnection leads the person to misinterpr…
- there is an impairment in neuroplasticity, specifically in…
Which early psychologist used course a…
Kraeplin
Which early psychologist coined the te…
Bleuler
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Psych - Introduction to Psychiatry
Axis I
Axis II
Axis III
Axis IV
clinical disorders... ex. bipolar, schizo, substance abuse, depr…
personality disorders (schizo, paronoid, antisocial, narcissi…
medical condition (DM, HTN, etc.)
psychosocial and environmental problems (housing, finance - a…
Axis I
clinical disorders... ex. bipolar, schizo, substance abuse, depr…
Axis II
personality disorders (schizo, paronoid, antisocial, narcissi…
107 terms
Introduction to Psychiatry and DSM-V
goals of psychology
mental health
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs
Self-actualization
maintaining mental quality of life/health.... help people to cha…
state of successful performance of mental function, resulting…
based on attainment of self-actualization, where one becomes…
Self-fulfillment, reach highest potential
goals of psychology
maintaining mental quality of life/health.... help people to cha…
mental health
state of successful performance of mental function, resulting…
35 terms
CM #1: Introduction to Psychiatry
True or False: Psychiatric illness may…
Mental disorder
What's the epidemiology of mental diso…
True or False: most psychiatric medica…
True
disturbance in cognition, behavior, or emotion reflecting a b…
>25% of adults have a diagnosable mental disorder (50% have a…
False... most drugs are prescribed by primary care providers
True or False: Psychiatric illness may…
True
Mental disorder
disturbance in cognition, behavior, or emotion reflecting a b…
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Introduction to child & adolescent psychiatry
What are the two main classification s…
What is ICD 10?
What is DSM V?
What are the 4Ps?
ICD 10... DSM V
The WHO's International classification of diseases
The Diagnostic Statistical Manual of the Ameican Psychiatric…
Predisposing factors... Precipitating factors (trigger)... Perpetua…
What are the two main classification s…
ICD 10... DSM V
What is ICD 10?
The WHO's International classification of diseases
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Introduction to Psychiatry Exam
Sign
Symptom
Syndrome
Disorder
Objective evidence of a disease or condition... -e.g. Flat Affect
Subjective evidence of a disease or condition... -e.g. Sadness
A set of signs and symp. that occur together, represenative o…
A morbid contions w/o a known basis or pathology... -e.g. Bipolar
Sign
Objective evidence of a disease or condition... -e.g. Flat Affect
Symptom
Subjective evidence of a disease or condition... -e.g. Sadness
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Exam 2: Introduction to Psychiatry
Axis I
Axis II
Axis III
Axis IV
Primary Psych Diagnosis
Personality and Developmental Disorders
Medical Diagnosis... a. what we have to work around to tx psych
Life Stressors... a. identified by patient- not provider
Axis I
Primary Psych Diagnosis
Axis II
Personality and Developmental Disorders
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Introduction to Psychiatry (Exam #1)
TREPANATION
Ebers papyrus
Hippocrates
Galen
act of creating a hole in the skull to relieve pressure
1500 BC... Contained descriptions of illnesses resembling depres…
460 BC... More rational explanations of causation and treatment
129-200 AD... Depression caused by accumulation of black bile ->…
TREPANATION
act of creating a hole in the skull to relieve pressure
Ebers papyrus
1500 BC... Contained descriptions of illnesses resembling depres…
9 terms
L1: Introduction to Psychiatry
What is meant by the use of categorica…
Decisions about mental disorders would…
Signs vs. symptoms?
Axis I of DSMIV?
DSM ... - develop replicable and clinically useful categories... -…
Prevention, early identification, management, improvement, cure
Signs: what clinician observes and objective findings the cli…
Psychiatric clinical disorders that can be the focus of clini…
What is meant by the use of categorica…
DSM ... - develop replicable and clinically useful categories... -…
Decisions about mental disorders would…
Prevention, early identification, management, improvement, cure
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Introduction to Neurology and Psychiatry
What is the difference between Neurolo…
biologic psychiatry vs psychodynamic?
How many adults have a mental/substanc…
what has the highest burden of disease…
Neurology is organic/structural [ex] stroke, pain, tumors ... Ps…
biologic focus on medication whereas psychodynamic focus on t…
1 in 5 adults
neuropsychiatric disease> cardiovascular
What is the difference between Neurolo…
Neurology is organic/structural [ex] stroke, pain, tumors ... Ps…
biologic psychiatry vs psychodynamic?
biologic focus on medication whereas psychodynamic focus on t…
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Introduction to Behavioral Science and Psychiatry
What is transference? Example?
What is Countertransference?
What is the leading class of diseases/…
What is catatonia?
Pt projecting feeling about other important persons onto the…
Physician projecting feelings about other important persons o…
Neuropsychiatric disorders
Complete nervous system shut off (don't talk, don't eat, no r…
What is transference? Example?
Pt projecting feeling about other important persons onto the…
What is Countertransference?
Physician projecting feelings about other important persons o…
58 terms
Introduction to Behavioral Science and Psychiatry
What is the leading 'class' of disease…
What is catatonia?
Psychopathologies are?
Lines (order) of psychopathology
Neuropsychiatric disorders
Complete nervous system shut off (don't talk, don't eat, no r…
States of MIND (anxiety/depression) that are DEFENSE mechanis…
Anxiety-->Depression/Mania-->Psychosis-->Catatonia
What is the leading 'class' of disease…
Neuropsychiatric disorders
What is catatonia?
Complete nervous system shut off (don't talk, don't eat, no r…
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Introduction to Behavioral Science and Psychiatry
What is the leading class of diseases/…
What is catatonia?
Psychopathologies, or states of ______…
What is the tip of the iceberg for psy…
Neuropsychiatric disorders
Complete nervous system shut off (don't talk, don't eat, no r…
States of MIND = DEFENSE mechanisms to prevent our brains fro…
Anxiety
What is the leading class of diseases/…
Neuropsychiatric disorders
What is catatonia?
Complete nervous system shut off (don't talk, don't eat, no r…
5. Introduction to Behavior Medicine and Psychiatry
what does this course matter?
Define behavior medicine
important considerations in mental hea…
define transference and countertransfe…
1. outcome studies showing that there is a strong connection…
interdisciplinary approach to the holistic care of patients.…
1. mental health diagnosis's go unrecognized in primary care.…
Patient projects feelings about other important persons onto…
what does this course matter?
1. outcome studies showing that there is a strong connection…
Define behavior medicine
interdisciplinary approach to the holistic care of patients.…
67 terms
Sweeny: Introduction to Behavioral Science and Psychiatry
What is the leading class of diseases/…
_______________ Medicine is an interdi…
What is Transference?... What is Counter…
What was Freud's theory of personality?
Neuropsychiatric disorders
Behavioral... REFER
Transference: Patient projects feelings about other important…
What is the leading class of diseases/…
Neuropsychiatric disorders
_______________ Medicine is an interdi…
Behavioral... REFER
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CNSII L1 - Introduction to Psychiatry
True or False:... Psychiatric disorders a…
True or False: ... Most psychiatric Disor…
In normal children, there is a pattern…
In normal development, the thickness o…
True
True
Caudal to Rostral
20s (Twenties)
True or False:... Psychiatric disorders a…
True
True or False: ... Most psychiatric Disor…
True
56 terms
1-Introduction to Behavioral Science and Psychiatry
this is the class of diseases/disorder…
this is catatonia
psychopathologies, or states of ______…
this is the "tip of the iceberg" for p…
this is the distinction of neuropsychiatric disorders
this is complete nervous system shut off: no talking, no eati…
these are states of MIND and DEFENSE mechanisms to prevent ca…
anxiety holds this distinction
this is the class of diseases/disorder…
this is the distinction of neuropsychiatric disorders
this is catatonia
this is complete nervous system shut off: no talking, no eati…
63 terms
Mental Health 1 - Introduction To Psychiatry
Three aims of psychiatric interview
List items in the psychiatric history
Define disease
Define syndrome
Obtain information... Assess emotions and attitudes... Supportive r…
Reason for referral... Complaint... History of presenting illness... F…
Observable, objective pathophysioogical changes
Clinically recognizable set of symptoms which follow a specif…
Three aims of psychiatric interview
Obtain information... Assess emotions and attitudes... Supportive r…
List items in the psychiatric history
Reason for referral... Complaint... History of presenting illness... F…
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Introduction to psychiatry (1/21/16)
Why women would a women be susceptible…
Every five years, the number of people…
to diagnose alzheimers
Beta plaques bind NMDA receptors
Women are living longer than men
doubles
have to wait until they die
which help the excitatory neurons glutamate
Why women would a women be susceptible…
Women are living longer than men
Every five years, the number of people…
doubles
67 terms
Psych - Introduction to Behavioral Science and Psychiatry - Sweeny - (JCN)
What is important about behavioral med…
What percent of leading disease/disord…
What is the core of the pt. psychiat…
What is Transference?
It is INTERDISCIPLINARY
13.6% = mental and behavioral... 5.1% = neurological disorders
Trust... "I am not crazy"
Patient projects feelings about important persons TO the PHYS…
What is important about behavioral med…
It is INTERDISCIPLINARY
What percent of leading disease/disord…
13.6% = mental and behavioral... 5.1% = neurological disorders
NEP 10.18 Introduction to Psychiatry (Querubin)
DALYS
Premorbid state
Depressed Patients Sound Anxious, So C…
Psychiatric Interview
Number of years lost due to ill health
Patient behavior before consultation
Depressive Disorder, Psychotic Disorder, Substance Abuse Diso…
Psychiatric tool that tells the life story of the patient
DALYS
Number of years lost due to ill health
Premorbid state
Patient behavior before consultation
56 terms
01-00.0 - Introduction to Behavioral Science and Psychiatry
What is the leading class of diseases/…
What is catatonia?
Psychopathologies, or states of ______…
What is the tip of the iceberg for psy…
Neuropsychiatric disorders
Complete nervous system shut off (don't talk, don't eat, no r…
States of MIND = DEFENSE mechanisms to prevent our brains fro…
Anxiety
What is the leading class of diseases/…
Neuropsychiatric disorders
What is catatonia?
Complete nervous system shut off (don't talk, don't eat, no r…
56 terms
BMP 1.1 Introduction to Behavioral Science and Psychiatry
What is the leading class of diseases/…
What is catatonia?
Psychopathologies, or states of ______…
What is the tip of the iceberg for psy…
Neuropsychiatric disorders
Complete nervous system shut off (don't talk, don't eat, no r…
States of MIND = DEFENSE mechanisms to prevent our brains fro…
Anxiety
What is the leading class of diseases/…
Neuropsychiatric disorders
What is catatonia?
Complete nervous system shut off (don't talk, don't eat, no r…
79 terms
Introduction to Psychiatry, the Mental Status Examination + Schizophrenia (why i combined these, idk)
two most common problems encountered i…
elements of psychiatric interview
AMPS approach to the psychiatric review?
components of mental status exam + int…
...
...
...
...
two most common problems encountered i…
...
elements of psychiatric interview
...
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Introduction to Psychopharmacology
How do psychotropic agents primarily a…
What structural divisions of the neuro…
What are the types of neurotransmitter…
What is "volume neurotransmission"?
Through the manipulation of neuronal activity thus modulating…
All structural divisions (soma, axons, dendrites) can and con…
1) G-protein coupled receptors (GPCR)... 2) ligand-gated ion cha…
Neurotransmitters diffuse over a larger area containing many…
How do psychotropic agents primarily a…
Through the manipulation of neuronal activity thus modulating…
What structural divisions of the neuro…
All structural divisions (soma, axons, dendrites) can and con…
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Chapter 17 - Psychiatry
affect/o
amygdal/o
emot/o
limb/o
state of mind; mood; to have an influence on
almond shape
moving; stirring up
edge; border
affect/o
state of mind; mood; to have an influence on
amygdal/o
almond shape
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Wilco/Marco Ch 22 Psychiatry Word forms/ abbrev session 3
Anxio
Cyclo
Hallucino
Hypno
uneasy; anxious
self,own
hallucination
sleep
Anxio
uneasy; anxious
Cyclo
self,own
95 terms
Signs and Symptoms in Psychiatry
Abstract Thinking
Affect
Anorexia
Anxiety
Thinking characterized by the ability to to grasp the essenti…
The subjective and immediate experience of emotion attached t…
Loss or decreased in appetite. In anorexia nervosa, appetite…
Feeling of apprehension caused by anticipation of danger, whi…
Abstract Thinking
Thinking characterized by the ability to to grasp the essenti…
Affect
The subjective and immediate experience of emotion attached t…
96 terms
Intro into Health Science: Unit 1
Egyptians
Chinese
Greeks
Hippocrates... (Greek)
~ earliest people to keep health records... ~ identified disease…
~ 1st to use acupuncture therapies ... ~ treated diseases with s…
~ studied causes of diseases... ~ looked at cleanliness and a he…
> the "father" of medicine... > Hippocratic Oath (code of ethi…
Egyptians
~ earliest people to keep health records... ~ identified disease…
Chinese
~ 1st to use acupuncture therapies ... ~ treated diseases with s…
16 terms
Unit 01 Introduction to Psychology
Structuralism
Introspection
Functionalism
Psychoanalysis
The school of thought in psychology that examined basic eleme…
A method of examining consciousness that involves reporting a…
The school of thought in psychology that examined how behavio…
The school of thought in psychology that examines unconscious…
Structuralism
The school of thought in psychology that examined basic eleme…
Introspection
A method of examining consciousness that involves reporting a…
26 terms
Introduction to Psychology Chapter 1
Physiological
Cognitive
Psychology
The Goals of Psychology
having to do with an organism's physical processes
having to do with an organism's thinking and understanding
the scientific study of behavior that is tested through scien…
Description, Explanation, Prediction, and Influence
Physiological
having to do with an organism's physical processes
Cognitive
having to do with an organism's thinking and understanding
129 terms
Psychiatry Terms & NCD
Abstract Thinking
Affect
Anorexia
Anorexia Nervosa
Thinking characterized by the ability to to grasp the essenti…
The subjective and immediate experience of emotion attached t…
Loss or decreased in appetite.
Appetite may be present, but patient refuses to eat.
Abstract Thinking
Thinking characterized by the ability to to grasp the essenti…
Affect
The subjective and immediate experience of emotion attached t…
25 terms
Lesson 1 Introduction and History
What is the symbol for the physician?
Florence Nightingale
Lister
Salk and Sabin
Caduceus
Opened first school of nursing
Practiced medical asepsis
Discovered the polio vaccine
What is the symbol for the physician?
Caduceus
Florence Nightingale
Opened first school of nursing
Introduction to psychology
Cognitive Psychology
Behavioral Perspective
Social-Cultural Perspective
Biological Perspective
Behaviors come from the way we think and how we process infor…
Behavior is only explained through what can be observed and w…
Social influence has great impact or determines your behavior.
States that behavior is a result of your genetics, hormone le…
Cognitive Psychology
Behaviors come from the way we think and how we process infor…
Behavioral Perspective
Behavior is only explained through what can be observed and w…
27 terms
Medical & Dental Professions
prosthodontics
oral surgery
anesthesiology
cardiology
Artificial replacement of teeth and supporting tissues
surgery on the teeth, mouth, and jaw
Administration of agents capable of bringing about a loss of…
THE STUDY OF THE HEART
prosthodontics
Artificial replacement of teeth and supporting tissues
oral surgery
surgery on the teeth, mouth, and jaw
29 terms
Intro to Health--history of medicine
Egyptians
Ancient times
Greeks
Chinese
Earliest to keep health records
Use of herbs and plants as medication
Studied causes of disease/ Hippocrates and Aristotle
First to use acupuncture
Egyptians
Earliest to keep health records
Ancient times
Use of herbs and plants as medication
Neurology and Psychiatry Med Terms
cerebr, encephal
cephal
crani
meninges
brain
head
head, skull
membrane surrounding brain and spinal cord
cerebr, encephal
brain
cephal
head
24 terms
Unit I Introduction to Forensic Science
Forensic Science
Locard's Exchange Principle
Mathieu Orfila
Alphonse Bertillon
The application of science to criminal and civil laws.
States that when a criminal comes in contact with an object o…
Father of forensic toxicology.
Devised the first scientific system of personal identificatio…
Forensic Science
The application of science to criminal and civil laws.
Locard's Exchange Principle
States that when a criminal comes in contact with an object o…
27 terms
Introduction to Forensics
Expert Witness
Scientific Method
Forensic Science
Father of Toxicology
an individual who the court determines to possess knowledge r…
a process that uses strict guidelines to ensure careful and s…
is the application of science to law; applies knowledge and t…
Matheiu Orfilia is considered Father of Toxicology because he…
Expert Witness
an individual who the court determines to possess knowledge r…
Scientific Method
a process that uses strict guidelines to ensure careful and s…
265 terms
Neurotransmitters Systems in Psychiatric Disorders/Mood Disorders: Major Depressive Disorder
3 principal neurotransmitters implicat…
Neurotransmitters Systems in Psychiatr…
Neurotransmitters Systems in Psychiatr…
Neurotransmitters and circuits in psyc…
1. Norepinephrine (NE) ... 2. Dopamine (DA)... 3. Serotonin (5-HT)
psychiatric symptoms
treatments
Noradrenergic
3 principal neurotransmitters implicat…
1. Norepinephrine (NE) ... 2. Dopamine (DA)... 3. Serotonin (5-HT)
Neurotransmitters Systems in Psychiatr…
psychiatric symptoms
122 terms
Ch8 Nervous System & Psychiatry
cerebr/o
cerebell/o
crani/o
encephal/o
cerebrum (largest part of the brain)
cerebellum (little brain)
skull
entire brain
cerebr/o
cerebrum (largest part of the brain)
cerebell/o
cerebellum (little brain)
289 terms
Neurocognitive Disorders
Neurocognitive Delirium:
Disease Perspective:
Disease is something a person ________…
Disease Perspective: The brain structu…
1. Delirium... 2. Dementia
Clinical syndrome --> Pathological Process --> Etiology
"has"
psychiatric signs/symptoms
Neurocognitive Delirium:
1. Delirium... 2. Dementia
Disease Perspective:
Clinical syndrome --> Pathological Process --> Etiology
36 terms
BCHS Psychology Introduction
Psychology
Psychiatry
Psychotherapy
Experimental
Science of behavior and mental processes
Branch of medicine dealing with psychological disturbance and…
The treatment of mental disorders in a psychological rather t…
Uses laboratories and experiments to study behavior
Psychology
Science of behavior and mental processes
Psychiatry
Branch of medicine dealing with psychological disturbance and…
12 terms
Wilco/Marco Chapter 22 Psychiatry Word Forms Session 1
Anxio
Auto
Cyclo
Hallucino
Uneasy, anxious, distressed
Self, own
Ciliary body of eye; cycle; circle
Hallucination
Anxio
Uneasy, anxious, distressed
Auto
Self, own
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