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Psychology - Psychiatry
Defense Mechanisms
Acting Out
Denial
Displacement
Immense defense mechanisms: ... Mechanisms for coping that are…
Defense mechanism where unacceptable feelings are avoided by…
Disbelief of intolerable facts about reality ... (For example,…
Transfer of feelings and impulses aimed towards one person to…
Defense Mechanisms
Immense defense mechanisms: ... Mechanisms for coping that are…
Acting Out
Defense mechanism where unacceptable feelings are avoided by…
30 terms
Psychiatry: Psychology
Classical conditioning
Operant conditioning
Reinforcement
Punishment
Learning in which a natural response... (salivation) is elicited…
Learning in which a particular action is elicited because it…
Target behavior (response) is followed by desired reward (pos…
Repeated application of aversive stimulus (positive punishmen…
Classical conditioning
Learning in which a natural response... (salivation) is elicited…
Operant conditioning
Learning in which a particular action is elicited because it…
47 terms
Psychiatry-Psychology
Does classical conditioning usually in…
A mother becomes very concerned with h…
In psychological terms, what is extinc…
What is negative reinforcement?
Classical conditioning usually involves *involuntary response…
D. Positive and Negative reinforcement
Extinction occurs when *behavior that had been previously rei…
Negative reinforcement occurs when *removal of aversive stimu…
Does classical conditioning usually in…
Classical conditioning usually involves *involuntary response…
A mother becomes very concerned with h…
D. Positive and Negative reinforcement
11 terms
Psychology and Psychiatry
Projective tests
Rorschach inkblot test (projective test)
Thematic Apperception Test (projective…
Personality Inventories
Personality tests (liability as a witness or a murderer), som…
shown inkblots to determine personality structure, presence o…
shown everyday activities to reveal wishes, thoughts, conflic…
standardized tests, assesses personality traits
Projective tests
Personality tests (liability as a witness or a murderer), som…
Rorschach inkblot test (projective test)
shown inkblots to determine personality structure, presence o…
21 terms
Psychiatry-Psychology
Ego Defense
Acting out
Denial
Displacement
Mental process (conscious or not) used to resolve conflict or…
Express unacceptable feelings and thoughts through actions... e.…
Avoiding the awareness of some painful reality... e.g. common re…
Transferring avoided ideas and feelings to a neutral person o…
Ego Defense
Mental process (conscious or not) used to resolve conflict or…
Acting out
Express unacceptable feelings and thoughts through actions... e.…
12 terms
USMLE PSYCHIATRY/PSYCHOLOGY
Classical Conditioning
Operant Conditioning
Ego Defenses
Immature Ego Defense
1. Acting Out... 2. Dissociation... 3. Passive Aggression... 4.Rationa…
Classical Conditioning
Operant Conditioning
30 terms
USMLE Psychiatry - Psychology
Classical conditioning
Classical conditioning
Operant conditioning
Positive reinforcement
Learning in which a natural response is elicited by a conditi…
Classical or operant conditioning: Usually deals with involun…
Learning in which a particular action is elicited because it…
Desired reward produces action
Classical conditioning
Learning in which a natural response is elicited by a conditi…
Classical conditioning
Classical or operant conditioning: Usually deals with involun…
45 terms
Psychology & Psychiatry Vocabulary
acting out
blanking out
asocial
anxiety
the external expression, through behavior, of an internal con…
losing one's train of thought, speech, or action, possibly in…
lacking interest in other people
uneasiness and apprehension, sometimes disabling
acting out
the external expression, through behavior, of an internal con…
blanking out
losing one's train of thought, speech, or action, possibly in…
22 terms
Chapter 20-psychology & psychiatry
projective tests
thematic apperception tests (TAT)
personality inventories
malingering/ simulation
a psychological test in which words, images, or situations ar…
a projective test designed to reveal a person's social drives…
a type of questionnaire designed to reveal the respondent's p…
intentionally counterfeiting a disease with benefit instinct
projective tests
a psychological test in which words, images, or situations ar…
thematic apperception tests (TAT)
a projective test designed to reveal a person's social drives…
10 terms
Terms in psychology and psychiatry
Psychiatry
Psychology
Neurosurgery
Psychiatrist
a medical speciality concerned with the diagnosis and treatme…
Study of the human mind and mental states and of human and an…
Surgery on nervous systems including the brain
A medical doctor of psychiatric disorder; can write prescript…
Psychiatry
a medical speciality concerned with the diagnosis and treatme…
Psychology
Study of the human mind and mental states and of human and an…
16 terms
First Aid - Psychiatry: Psychology
Classical Conditioning
Operant conditioning
Extinction
Transference
Learning in which a natural response (salivation) is elicited…
Learning in which a particular action is elicited because it…
Discontinuation of reinforcement (positive or negative) event…
Patient projects feelings about formative or other important…
Classical Conditioning
Learning in which a natural response (salivation) is elicited…
Operant conditioning
Learning in which a particular action is elicited because it…
27 terms
Exam 13 psychiatry and psychology
Seasonal affective disorder
psycho pathy
dipso mania
anti
Associated with winter season, improves in response to full l…
condition in where a person behaves in antisocial way
Excessive alcohol drinking
against
Seasonal affective disorder
Associated with winter season, improves in response to full l…
psycho pathy
condition in where a person behaves in antisocial way
42 terms
First Aid Psychiatry - Psychology
___ is learning in which a natural res…
Classical conditioning usually deals w…
___ is learning in which a particular…
Operant conditioning usually deals wit…
Classical conditioning
Involuntary
Operant conditioning
Voluntary
___ is learning in which a natural res…
Classical conditioning
Classical conditioning usually deals w…
Involuntary
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Abnormal Psychology and Psychiatry
Melatonin
Dysphoria
Akathisia
Dyskinesia
Natural hormone used to induce natural sleep
feeling worse whilst taking a drug
Inner turmoil and extreme distress
Movement disorders
Melatonin
Natural hormone used to induce natural sleep
Dysphoria
feeling worse whilst taking a drug
71 terms
Abnormal Psychology and Psychiatry
Sedative
Hypnotic
sedative and hypnotic can be...
Give some hypnotics
Calms, reduces anxiety and agitation.
sends to sleep
same drug just in different doses.
Paraldehyde, Antihistamine , Benzodiazapines, Chlorpromazine,…
Sedative
Calms, reduces anxiety and agitation.
Hypnotic
sends to sleep
20 terms
Forensic Psychology/psychiatry
Actus Reus
Competency
Crime scene staging
Disorganized offenders
A criminal act
The ability to understand something
When the crime scene is changed
Don't have a plan
Actus Reus
A criminal act
Competency
The ability to understand something
20 terms
Forensic Psychology/psychiatry
Actus Reus
Competency
Crime scene staging
Disorganized offenders
A criminal act
The ability to understand something
When the crime scene is changed
Don't have a plan
Actus Reus
A criminal act
Competency
The ability to understand something
20 terms
Psychiatry/Psychology- Ego Defenses
Acting Out
Denial
Displacement
Dissociation
Immature... expressing unacceptable feelings and thoughts throug…
Immature... Avoiding the awareness of some painful reality... A com…
Immature... Transferring avoided ideas and feelings to a neutral…
Immature... Temporary, drastic change in personality, memory, co…
Acting Out
Immature... expressing unacceptable feelings and thoughts throug…
Denial
Immature... Avoiding the awareness of some painful reality... A com…
11 terms
Psychological treatments in psychiatry
What are the common psychological trea…
What is psychodynamic psychotherapy?
What is the Id of the mind?
What is the superego?
Psychodynamic psycotherapy, CBT, Systemic (family) therapy... MB…
Draws on theories and practices of analytical psychology and…
Our basic primitive drives, personality component made up of…
Social component of the personality represented by our consci…
What are the common psychological trea…
Psychodynamic psycotherapy, CBT, Systemic (family) therapy... MB…
What is psychodynamic psychotherapy?
Draws on theories and practices of analytical psychology and…
10 terms
Mental Health Disciplines Psychology/Psychiatry
psychology
normal psychology
abnormal psychology
clinical psychologist
the study of human behavior and thought processes
how the personality develops, how people handle stress, and t…
the study and treatment of behaviors that are outside of norm…
though not a physician, a specialist in evaluating and treati…
psychology
the study of human behavior and thought processes
normal psychology
how the personality develops, how people handle stress, and t…
28 terms
(94) Psychiatry (Psychology), 27 JUL
Classical conditioning
Operant conditioning
Positive reinforcement
Negative reinforcement
- learning in which a natural response is elicited by a condi…
- a particular action is elicited because it produces a punis…
- desired reward produces action... - mouse pushes button to get…
- target behavior (response) is followed by removal of advers…
Classical conditioning
- learning in which a natural response is elicited by a condi…
Operant conditioning
- a particular action is elicited because it produces a punis…
87 terms
Step 1: psychiatry: psychology and pathology
What is classical conditioning?
In operant conditioning, what is posit…
What is transference (and countertrans…
What is acting out? Dissociation? Deni…
Pairing a natural stimulus w/ neutral stimulus (ringing a…
Positive reinforcement: action --> positive stimulus (rewar…
Transference: patient projects feelings about something else…
Acting out: unacceptable thoughts are expressed through actio…
What is classical conditioning?
Pairing a natural stimulus w/ neutral stimulus (ringing a…
In operant conditioning, what is posit…
Positive reinforcement: action --> positive stimulus (rewar…
27 terms
psychiatry and psychology words and phrases in spanish
have you ever thought of hurting yours…
have you ever had to stay in bed or be…
has your partner humiliated you, calle…
is there anythin you are very concerne…
¿alguna vez ha pensado en lastimarse?
¿Alguna vez se ha quedado en cama o se ha sentido demasiada d…
¿su pareja le ha huimillado, ofendido o se ha burlado de ud.…
¿hay algo que le preocupada o tiene miedo de algo que vaya a…
have you ever thought of hurting yours…
¿alguna vez ha pensado en lastimarse?
have you ever had to stay in bed or be…
¿Alguna vez se ha quedado en cama o se ha sentido demasiada d…
Medical Terminology Module 13 Psychiatry and Psychology
dipso
- praxia
psycho
claustrophobia
excessive drinking behaviour is known as ...........-mania
Excessive activity is known as hyper-
A condition where an individual behaves in an anti-social way…
fear of enclosed spaces
dipso
excessive drinking behaviour is known as ...........-mania
- praxia
Excessive activity is known as hyper-
30 terms
15. Forensic Psychology (Legal Issues in Psychiatry)
What is forensic psychology?
Competence is determined by who?
Adults are presumed competent unless..…
What is capacity?
medical subspecialty;... research/clinical practice in areas whe…
the courts
adjudicated incompetent or are temporarily incapacitated due…
functional ability... (determined by clinician)
What is forensic psychology?
medical subspecialty;... research/clinical practice in areas whe…
Competence is determined by who?
the courts
83 terms
Module 13 Psychiatry and Psychology, Medical terminology, pitman
psycho-
-iatrikos
psychiatry
psychology
mind-
-to treat
medical field, mental disorders studies, diagnosed and treated
the scientific study of emotions and behaviour
psycho-
mind-
-iatrikos
-to treat
92 terms
HIM 361 Chapter 22 - psychology/psychiatry
psychiatry
amnesia
anxiety
apathy
the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis, treatme…
loss of memory
varying degrees of uneasiness, apprehension, or dread often a…
absence of emotions; lack of interest, emotional involvement,…
psychiatry
the branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis, treatme…
amnesia
loss of memory
28 terms
Psychiatry-Psychology (FA pg. 508-509)
Classic conditioning
Operant conditioning
Reinforcement
Punishment
Learning in which a natural response (salivation) is elicited…
Learning in which a particular action is elicited because it…
Positive reinforcement: the target behavior is followed by…
Positive punishment: repeated application of an aversive st…
Classic conditioning
Learning in which a natural response (salivation) is elicited…
Operant conditioning
Learning in which a particular action is elicited because it…
34 terms
Lange Psychiatry ed 9: Psychological Testing
Beck Depression Inventory
Brown-Peterson Task
Folstein Mini-Mental Status Exam
Wisconsin Card Sorting Test
Allows for the assessment of previously diagnosed depression.…
Test specifically designed to evaluate short term memory, whi…
Screening assessment for dementia, based on a score of 30 wit…
Examinees are asked to sort cards depicting various pictures…
Beck Depression Inventory
Allows for the assessment of previously diagnosed depression.…
Brown-Peterson Task
Test specifically designed to evaluate short term memory, whi…
17 terms
NBS Lec Exam 4: Contributions of Neural Sciences to Psychology & Psychiatry
cognitive processes, emotions, behaviors
brain
Psychiatry
lags... Psychiatric diagnosis is still b…
the brain governs what 3 things?
_______ is the biological substrate for normal and abnormal m…
"We live in the age of Biological _________."
Problem:... Treatment of mental disorders still ________ behind…
cognitive processes, emotions, behaviors
the brain governs what 3 things?
brain
_______ is the biological substrate for normal and abnormal m…
66 terms
Psychology Exam 2 - Combat Psychiatry and Dissociative Disorders, Depression
What is a Combat Stress Reaction?
Is CSR a psychiatric diagnosis? What i…
What formal Dx should you consider for…
How do you differentiate CSR from Norm…
A person's psychological defenses are overwhelmed
No; Risk factor for PTSD
Adjustment disorder NOS, Brief Psychotic Disorder, Major Depr…
Symptoms interfere with functioning, symptoms exceed those of…
What is a Combat Stress Reaction?
A person's psychological defenses are overwhelmed
Is CSR a psychiatric diagnosis? What i…
No; Risk factor for PTSD
66 terms
Psychology Exam 2 - Combat Psychiatry and Dissociative Disorders, Depression
What is a Combat Stress Reaction?
Is CSR a psychiatric diagnosis? What i…
What formal Dx should you consider for…
How do you differentiate CSR from Norm…
A person's psychological defenses are overwhelmed
No; Risk factor for PTSD
Adjustment disorder NOS, Brief Psychotic Disorder, Major Depr…
Symptoms interfere with functioning, symptoms exceed those of…
What is a Combat Stress Reaction?
A person's psychological defenses are overwhelmed
Is CSR a psychiatric diagnosis? What i…
No; Risk factor for PTSD
74 terms
MU 152 Exam 1: Psychological Models/Addictions/Correctional Psychiatry
Affect
Eclectic Approach
Psychotherapy Founders
Psychotherapy Overview
Feelings, modds, emotions. ... This is especially important with…
Therapy teams will draw from a variety of models. integrating…
Developed by Sigmund Freud, the first & most prominent psycho…
1. Focuses on unconscious processes (internal conflicts, impu…
Affect
Feelings, modds, emotions. ... This is especially important with…
Eclectic Approach
Therapy teams will draw from a variety of models. integrating…
79 terms
MU 152 Exam 1: Psychological Models/Addictions/Correctional Psychiatry
Affect
Eclectic Approach
Psychotherapy Founders
Psychotherapy Overview
Feelings, modds, emotions. ... This is especially important with…
Therapy teams will draw from a variety of models. integrating…
Developed by Sigmund Freud, the first & most prominent psycho…
1. Focuses on unconscious processes (internal conflicts, impu…
Affect
Feelings, modds, emotions. ... This is especially important with…
Eclectic Approach
Therapy teams will draw from a variety of models. integrating…
IPAP 1-15 - Psychology Exam 2 - Combat Psychiatry and Dissociative Disorders, Depression
What is a Combat Stress Reaction?
Is CSR a psychiatric diagnosis? What i…
What formal Dx should you consider for…
How do you differentiate CSR from Norm…
A person's psychological defenses are overwhelmed
No; Risk factor for PTSD
Adjustment disorder NOS, Brief Psychotic Disorder, Major Depr…
Symptoms interfere with functioning, symptoms exceed those of…
What is a Combat Stress Reaction?
A person's psychological defenses are overwhelmed
Is CSR a psychiatric diagnosis? What i…
No; Risk factor for PTSD
253 terms
USMLE behavioral sciences (life cycle, aging, physiology, sexuality, behavioural neurochemistry, substance abuse, psychology, psychiatry, pharmacology-psychopharmacology, medical ethics, biostatistics, publlic health/epidemiology)
At what age is an average child expect…
At what age is an average child expect…
At what age is an average child expect…
At what age is an average child expect…
3 months
6 months
9 months
12 months
At what age is an average child expect…
3 months
At what age is an average child expect…
6 months
20 terms
Psychiatry
neurotransmitter affected in Schizophr…
neurotransmitter affected in Depression
neurotransmitter affected in Dementia
Sigmond freud
increased Dopamine
Decreased serotonin
Decreased Acetylcholine
founder of psychoanalysis
neurotransmitter affected in Schizophr…
increased Dopamine
neurotransmitter affected in Depression
Decreased serotonin
170 terms
Psychiatry
Classical Conditioning
Operant Conditioning
Transference and Countertransference
Ego defenses
Classical Conditioning
Operant Conditioning
221 terms
Psychiatry
An 18 year old boy hears voices discus…
Not a classical 4 'As' of Bleuler in s…
Not a feature of schizophrenia:... a. An…
Neologism is a characteristic feature…
...
...
...
...
An 18 year old boy hears voices discus…
...
Not a classical 4 'As' of Bleuler in s…
...
29 terms
Psychiatry
Limbic System
Thalamus
Hypothalamus
Hippocampus
Consists of the limbic lobe, thalamus, hypothalamus and sever…
Relays sensory information to the cerebrum where it is analyz…
During times of fear or anger, sends nerve impulses to the sy…
Stores long-term memories and helps compare present and past…
Limbic System
Consists of the limbic lobe, thalamus, hypothalamus and sever…
Thalamus
Relays sensory information to the cerebrum where it is analyz…
22 terms
Psychiatry
anxi/o
aut/o
hallucin/o
hypn/o
uneasy, anxious, distressed
self
hallucination, to wander in the mind
sleep
anxi/o
uneasy, anxious, distressed
aut/o
self
208 terms
Psychiatry
anorexia nervosa
norepinephrine
dopamine
serotonin
syndrome characterized by persistent energy intake restrictio…
neurotransmitter that controls alertness, concentration, & en…
neurotransmitter that controls reward & motivation
neurotransmitter that controls obsession, compulsion & memory
anorexia nervosa
syndrome characterized by persistent energy intake restrictio…
norepinephrine
neurotransmitter that controls alertness, concentration, & en…
37 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship First Aid 4 (Somatiform, Impulse, Eating, Sleep, and Sexual Disorders)
Definition and example of somatoform d…
Somatization disorder
Conversion disorder
Course and treatment of conversion dis…
DSM Criteria:... At least two gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms... A…
Definition and example of somatoform d…
Somatization disorder
DSM Criteria:... At least two gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms... A…
56 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship First Aid 2 (Personality, Substance, Cognitive)
Criteria of Personality disorder
Paranoid Personality Disorder
Paranoid schizophrenia vs Paranoid Per…
Schizoid Personality Disorder
Criteria of Personality disorder
Paranoid Personality Disorder
170 terms
Psychiatry Terms
Classical Conditioning
Operant Conditioning
Transference and Countertransference
Ego defenses
Classical Conditioning
Operant Conditioning
379 terms
Psychiatry
6 , 3
Benzodiazepines
SSRI (GAD)
SSRI (OCD)
Generalized anxiety disorder requires anxiety to be present t…
This class of drugs are used as a short term therapy for GAD…
Group of medications that is considered first line for genera…
First line medication for OCD.
6 , 3
Generalized anxiety disorder requires anxiety to be present t…
Benzodiazepines
This class of drugs are used as a short term therapy for GAD…
136 terms
Psychiatry
mental retardation more common in boys…
how long must symptoms be present for…
requirement for diagnosis of ADHD
first line tx: ADHD (2)
boys
>6 months
symptoms must be present in at least 2 areas
1. methylphenidate... 2. dextroamphetamine
mental retardation more common in boys…
boys
how long must symptoms be present for…
>6 months
45 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship First Aid 5 (Psychotherapies, Pharmacology, Legal)
4 Examples of psychoanalytic therapies
What are Freuds theories of the mind
Examples of mature ego defenses
Example of Neurotic Ego Defenses
fantasy from reality using reality testing. Problems with rea…
6. Reaction formation—doing the opposite of an unacceptable i…
4 Examples of psychoanalytic therapies
What are Freuds theories of the mind
fantasy from reality using reality testing. Problems with rea…
166 terms
Psychiatry
ADHD
Methyphenidate
Dextroamphetamine
Atomoxetine
Condition in which there is hyperactivity and poor impulse co…
CNS stimulant that stimulates release of presynaptic catechol…
CNS stimulant that stimulates presynaptic release of catechol…
Norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor used to treat ADHD
ADHD
Condition in which there is hyperactivity and poor impulse co…
Methyphenidate
CNS stimulant that stimulates release of presynaptic catechol…
204 terms
Psychiatry
Classical conditioning
Operant conditioning
Positive reinforcement
Negative reinforcement
Learning in which a natural response (salivation) is elicited…
Learning in which a particular action is elicited b/c it prod…
Desired reward produces action (mouse presses button to get f…
Target behavior (response) is followed by removal of aversive…
Classical conditioning
Learning in which a natural response (salivation) is elicited…
Operant conditioning
Learning in which a particular action is elicited b/c it prod…
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