Psy 201 Final
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Psy 201 Final
Prisoners being mistreated . Chains, leashes
Altruism and Prosocial behavior
Helping one with no personal benefits
Seeing oneself as fat. Doesn't eat.
Antipsychotic medications (neurpletic)
Prescription drugs that are used to reduce psychotic symptons. treats schziophrenia
Tension, apprehension and worry
Attachment and attachment theory
Child's relationship with the mother
a learned tendency to evaluate some object, person or issue in a way
creates an unpleasant conditional response to harmful stimulants
Basal metabolic rate (BMR)
when resting, your body's usage of energy
eating excessively, than vomiting. Binging
people in a group are less likely to help someone in need
emotional release from talking about your problems
person-centered therapy by Carl Rogers
Phd - licensed to practice and treat patients
Diffusion of responsibility
where one is less likely to take ownership when others are present.
Drive and incentive
Motivated behavior. What drives you to do good?
ECT (side effects)
treatment for severe depression. Relapses
reduce the negative emotional responses
tendency to overestimate ones ability to have forseen or predicted the outcome of an event.
who focuses their attention inward. Shy
Murdered and no one helped her
boy's feelings toward his mom and jealous of his dad.
frequent and unexpected panic attacts
mental processes we use to judge characteristics of others
person's uniqueness on thinking, feeling and behaving.
inflexible, maladaptive patters of thoughts, emotions, behavior and interpersonal functions
persistent and irrational fear of objects and situations
posttraumatic stress disorder
anxiety disorder extreme physical or psychological trauma
changing the fundamental causes of stress
test that assesses a person's ability on the basis of a sysmtematically obtained samples of behavior
holds a med degree expertise is diagnosis and treatment
free association dream interpretation and analysis
scientific study of mental disorders
to treat emotional behavioral and interpersonal problems
a psych disorder in which the ability to function is impaired by severely disturbed perceptions
the rules or expectations for appropriate behavior
how a persons thoughts and feelings are influenced by the presence of others
that can divide indefinitely renew themselves and give rise to a variety of other cells.
negative emotional state occurring in response to events
harmful agents or substances that can cause malformations or defects in the embryo