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How we feel emotionally and interact with others

Affective Domain

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Mediates reality with the external world

Concerned with right and wrong 

Source of instinctual drives for pleasure and satisfaction

Ego

Superego

Id

100

Exhibits alteration of thought, mood or behavior so that the individual has difficulty meeting daily living requirements

Mental Illness

100

This disorder can occur solely on genetics passed down from one's parents

Schizophrenia

100

Panic attacks typically reach their peak within how long? 

10 minutes

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Who is the Psychoanalytic Perspective closely identified with?

Freud
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Feelings of threat, dread, or apprehension, or by a sense of impending disaster associated with varying degrees of arousal and uneasiness

Anxiety Disorders

200

The most common form of behavioral treatment for OCD

Exposure plus Response Prevention

200

Feelings of being outside one’s body

Chest pain

Dizziness, sweating, and trembling

Panic Disorder

200

Characterized by the sudden inability to recall important personal information.

Dissociative Amnesia 

300

Learning determines behavior

Behavioristic Perspective

300

Discrete period of intense fear or discomfort

Panic Attack

300

More statistically probable for individuals who are brighter than average and middle to upper class

Usual age for onset is late adolescence or early adulthood

OCD

300

The four subtypes of specific phobias:

Animal type, Natural environment type, Blood-injection-injury type and Situational type

300

Flashbacks

Breaking into a cold sweat

Sleep disturbances

PTSD

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Characterized by the presence of bodily symptoms that suggest a physical defect or dysfunction, but for which no physiological basis can be found

Somatoform Disorders

400

A cluster of fears centering around public places and being unable to escape or find help

Mostly women who begin to experience symptoms after the onset of puberty


Agoraphobia

400

Hypochondriasis

Conversion Disorder

Somatoform Pain Disorder

Somatoform Disorders

400

Community-based studies reveal lifetime prevalence for PTSD between ?% and ?%.

1% and 4%
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A specific symptom or set of symptoms is the focal point of the individual’s concerns.

Conversion Disorder

500

Focuses on people’s conscious experiences and perceptions – freeing them from self-limiting attitudes and assumptions so that they may develop their human potential and live fuller lives

Humanistic Perspective

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What is the primary focus of treatment for somatoform disorders and why could this be so beneficial? (Short Answer)

The primary focus of treatment for somatoform disorders is the development of a trusting relationship between the patient and the caregiver, wherein the patient can begin to accept other explanations for his or her “symptom” and “illnesses.”

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List two potential causes that may cause an individual to experience a dissociative fugue (Short Answer)

Unexpected death of a spouse or the sudden loss of a job

500

A conversion disorder that specifically involves pain not due to physical cause

Somatoform Pain Disorder

500

Sudden, unplanned travel away from home or customary workplace along with an assumption of new identity and confusion about one’s previous identity

Dissociative Fugue

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