uncover the fixations of development and traums in order to
1. Basic Irrational
abnormal behavior is a illness brought about by
involuntary activities of the organs: breathing, heartbeat,
free-floating excessive worrying. Muscle tension, sleep
Three types of anxiety: Realistic, neurotic (prevented from
Burst of terror, shortness of breath, sweating, hot/cold
fear that a panic attack will occur where escape will be
invasive repetitive thoughts, ideas, impulses or mental
exposure response prevention.
most common theme is dirt or contamination. Other violence,
7-12% suffer from severe depression per year.
behavior, cognition, emotional, motivation, bodily, great
, internal blame,
examine automatic thoughts, error in cognition, challenge
Woman twice as likely to suffer from depression.
emo behavior that does not fit DSM criteria for depression
reactions to traumatic events that are actual or threatened.
1. Re-experience the event
2. avoid activites that remind one of trauma
3. recued responsiveness and dissociationg, loss of memory
4. increased arousal, anxiety and guilt.
1+ physical symptom or deficit that affects voluntary motor
: feed back loop
more prone to stress and stroke. High achievement oriented.
: fear of being
A) If weight falls below set points. Hunger goes up,
: A)societal attitudes: before only white rich women, now
percentage of people are classified with a PD?
9-13% But many individuals have more than one.
0) Those in
Impulse Control Disorders:When one’s response is out of proportion to a
Impulse Control Disorders: One cannot resist the thrill of stealing even
though they can afford the item.
Impulse Control Disorders:Gets a thrill from setting fires to watch their
Impulse Control Disorders: Pulling out body hairs from brows, arms, head,
Impulse Control Disorders: What percentage of
people suffer from Gambling ICDs?
At least 3% of the population; 6% of teens.
Psychology: Wells’ and Borkovec’s
views of worrying suggest that it can be beneficial in what ways?
Second-Generation Cognitive Psychology:“Being mindful” of
one’s thoughts refers to what set of attitudes?
Second-Generation Cognitive Psychology: ACT
refers to what concepts in treatment?
Second-Generation Cognitive Psychology: Psychotics who hear voices are encouraged to
react to them in what ways?
1) Be aware
Second-Generation Cognitive Psychology:DBT means what and is best at treating what