Exam 4 (2)

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Section 1

Question Answer
multiaxial classification DSM-4symptoms,personality disorders, medical disorders, current stress, adaptive functioning
symptoms client presents issues they are having and adding to their list, your observations and what they say is their problem. how did they get those? Where did they come from? what are they attached to?
personality disordersimmature form of personality. this is a life time disorder. you must outgrow them
medical disordersbeing able to tell the different between medical problems and personality disorders. ex: diabetes vs schizophrenia
current stresswhat is going on in your life? deciphering wether someone needs life time medication or therapy
adaptive functioningare you doing things throughout the day? Meeting commitments

Section 2

Question Answer
anxietyenergy with no where to go
approach-approach2 things you want, only going to get one (Internal)
avoidance-avoidancea bad thing coming with 2 bad results that could happen (external)
approach avoidancesomething you want but you're afraid if you go for it you will fail
self medicate for anxietydrugs, alcohol(male), valium(women). relax and lower dopamine levels
stresscomes from change
han selyetold us how stress works on the bofy
general adaption syndromewhat happens under stress. Alarm, Resistance, Exhaustion

Section 3

Question Answer
psychsomatic disordersreal disease were the mind is poisoning the body
type astress freak. if nothing to worry about they will find something
type b laid back things don't seem to phase them
type abon the surface they look like b. inside they are A. it doesn't come out so they go crazy.
copingchange lifestyle, exercise, cut out bad habits, internal
selyedistress- bad stress. will kill you eustress- good stress. has a purpose to it
ego defenseslearned(do something you are used to to avoid plan) automatic, avoid plan, self deception(fooling yourself), prevent problem solving

Section 4

Question Answer
denialtheres a reality and you're refusing it
projectionseeing things in other that are really in you
disowningprojecting your issues on other people
regressiongoing back to what made you comfortable
emotional insulationwhen there should be an emotional response but there isnt
intellectualization/rationalizationuse reason rather than emotion. move away from pain. "He's in a better place"-but he is dead
cynicismnot me not my problem. ways out of responsibility

Section 5

Question Answer
anixety disorderirrational fears
simple phobiaclear things you are afraid of (germs, animals)
social phobiafear od social interaction (Speaking in class)
agoraphobiafear of being in public, going outside
generalized anxiety disorderspanic attacks, if you don't do something about them they spread to other parts of your life
somatic symptomsin your head. conversion theory. illness anxiety
conversion theoryman killed his friends, mind shut off his arms
illness anxiety(hupochondriact) recognize symptoms, immediatey connect them with death

Section 6

Question Answer
dissociative disorderdepersonalization, amnesia, dissociative fugue
depersonalizationfeeling you are not in your body or in control of your body
amnesiasomething dramatic happens and you lose all recall of it
dissociative fuguetypically one person in your mind. Comes out in adulthood. stems from anxiety (ministers daughter becomes her roommate)
dissociative identity disordermultiple personality. when bad things happen you go away and the other person comes out. becomes automatic. begins in childhood
obsessice compulsive disorderno longer an anxiety disorder. hoarding, hair pulling, cleaning, fear of germs
body dismorphicOCD. believes parts of their body are disgustingly ugly

Section 7

Question Answer
substance related and addictive intoxication, tolerance, dependence, gambling
intoxicationlong term damage
toleranceacute- steep curve of how much more you nee. chronic- body can handle intense amounts
dependencephysical: become opposite of what you were. psychological: if someone is a pot head and runs out they search for more
neurocognitiveparkinsons, alzheimers, dementia
sexual disordersparaphilias-arousal, fetish, pain, exhibitionism, pedophilia, frotteurism-rubbing against people for arousal
sexual dysfunctionarousal, aversion, orgasmic
gender dysphoria DSM5gender identity disorder- believed they should have been opposite sex
eating disorderspica:eating things that aren't food. bulimia, anorexia, binge eating
other disordersmental retardations, attentional deficit, tourettes, sleeping

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