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SAD
DEPRESSION
CRYING
SARROW
GRIEVING
EXTREME: SUICIDAL
GALD
HAPPY
SMILING
SATISFIED
LAUGHTER
EXTREME: MANIA
MAD
UPSET
FRUSTRATED
AGGRESSION
ANGER
EXTREME: HOMICIDE
FEAR
SCARED
WORRIED
ANXIOUS
PANIC
EXTREME: PHOBIA
MOOD
-OCCURS FOR MORE THAN 1 HOUR
-FLUCTUATION OF FEELINGS CAN BE CHANGED BYSELF.
TEMPERMENT
COMES FROM YOUR PERSONALITY
FLOODED/TOXIC
-NO CONTROL OVER EMOTIONS
-STATE OF PATHOLOGY
-YOU MAY NEED TX AND MEDS
5 FACTORS THAT WILL INFLUENCE EMOTIONAL REACTION
1)COGNITIVE APPRAISAL
2)MOTOR EXPRESSION
3)PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSE
4)MOTIVATION/REDINESS TO ACT
5)SUBJECTIVE EXPERIENCE
COGNITIVE APPRAISAL
-IS KNOWLEDGE BASE
-PERCEPTION
-WORLD EXPOSURE
-MEMORY OF PAST EXPERIENCE
-CONCEPT OF CAUSE & EFFECTS
-CONSTANT REALITY BASE THINKING
MOTOR EXPRESS
-IMPORTANT TO OBSERVE AND RECORD
-USED SLOW TUNE MUSIC
-HANDS AND FACE IS THE HIGHEST INERVATED MS/MOTOR EXPRESSION
-EXPRESSION OF EMOTION IS PRIMARY A FACIAL EXPRESSION
-THE MOTOR EXPRESSION CAN INFLUENCE CAN INFLUENCE EXPRESSION OF EMOTION
PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSE
-DRINKING COLD WATER
-DEEP BREATHING
-AFRAID
-COLD SWEAT
-RAPID HEARTBEAT
-FIST BEGINS TO CLINCH
-HYPER VENTILATION
MOTIVATION/READINESS TO ACT
-DRIVE PLEASURE FROM EXPLORATION
-SELF REGULATION-We emotional regulate our behavior with different techniques such as:
1) Self talk
2) Self distracted
3) Vocalization(Vocalize)
4) Manipulation of an object
5) Removing self from situation.
SUBJECTIVE EXPERIENCE
WHEN NON OF THE OTHER EMOTIONS REACTION SERVE TO EXPLAIN HOW EMOTIONS ARE CREATED.
5 THINGS THAT MAKES UP EMOTIONAL INTELLEGENCY
1) Knowing
2) Managing Emotion
3) Motivating self
4) Recognize emotions in others & act accordingly.
5) Can handle relationship
What is Dementia?
Is an impairment of short and long term memory as documented by the mental status examination.
Characteristic of dementia:
1.Change in cognition which is slowly starting and continuous.
2.Progressively debilitating
-Aphasias – speaking
-Agonsia - naming
-Aproxia - motor planning
Delirium-
change in cognition

-Acute onset , abrupt
-If u can id cause and remove it the person can get better
Alzheimer-
Most common type of dementia-60%
Vascular Dementia-
results from usually the caused of multiple small stroke. Damage from cerebrovascular system (blood vessels of the brain).
Sleep Disorders
Primary sleep disorder has abnormal problems in the sleep-wake cycle.
Dyssomnias-
disorder in the amount, quality or timing of sleep pattern 6hrs.
Type of Dyssomnias
A)Insomnia – No/difficulty sleeping
B)Hyperinsomnia- 24hrs sleeping
C)Narcolepsy- Falling a sleep unexpectedly.
3.Parasomnias-
abnormal behaviors or psychological events associated with sleep. Eg. Sleep walking, nightmare.
Sexual Disorder

Types:
1.Sexual Dysfunction
2.Paraphilias
3.Gender identity
Sexual Dysfunction
Anything that related to abnormal sexual response.
Paraphilias
Sexual arousal in response to abnormal stimuli eg. Objects, children
Types of Paraphilias
A.Pedophilia: arousal only by thinking about a child.

B.Fetishism: any objects/anything not normal eg. Collecting shoes, underwear etc.

C.Voyeurism: watching of porn

D.Necrophilia: sex with the dead

E.Sadism/Masochism: sex with pain using chains, whips etc.
Gender Identity
Is a conflict between biological sex and their gender identity. Eg. A female feeling like a male.(transsexual).
Childhood Disorders
Mental Retardation- -Significant limitation in 2/more adaptive skills (ADL’s)
Characteristics:
-Has to be diagnosed in childhood
- Pickup information slowly
-Duration is life (Axis II)

4 kinds of mental retardation

1. Mild
2. Moderate
3. Severe
4. Profound
Mild mental retardation-
pt’s are educable
-they can learn up to six grade level
-IQ of 70
Moderate mental retardation
–55-50 to 40-35
- are trainable
-they can learn if you teach them, however they will not learn to read and write.
Severe mental retardation
– 40-35 to 25-20
-sever mentally retarded
-very deficient in any kind of survival skills
-they can learn some survival words such as water, peepe, mama, dada etc.
Profound mental retardation
- < 20
-very minimum response to external environment
-bedridden
-haven’t learn how to walk
-teach caregiver to manage pt
Mental retardation characteristics
-occurs in about 1-3% of population
-if born to older mothers
-lack of oxygen to brain (CP)
-mechanical injury to the brain
-post-natal trauma
Disruptive Behavior Disorder-
avoiding/limitation in appropriate places.
Opposition Defiant Behavior-
is recurred pattern of
negative, hostile, defiant behavior such as:

1.Irritable temper
2.Argumentative
3.Annoying
4.Blaming
5.Refusal
6.Resentful
7.Vindictive

Occurs under the age of 16.
Conduct Disorder-
Persistent and repetitive pattern of behavior in which the rights of others and society norms are violated or broken.
Given to child when 3 criteria present in past yr and 1 criteria in last 6 mths.
1.People- animal: killing of animal

2.Property-objects: breaking in someone’s car or home

3.Norms-rules: running away from home, breaking curfew.
Conduct disorder continuum
Mild--- Mod ----- Severe

10% of General population

50% of Juvenile delinquency has conduct disorder

75% diagnose ADHD
Disorder of Elimination
Repeated voiding or elimination in inappropriate place.
Eneuresis:
Voiding of urine after age 5, action do happen at least twice a week for 3mths after age of 5.
Encopresis:
Passage of feces after age of 4. At least one event a month for at least 3mths in a row.
Personality Disorders (Axis II)-
Extremes of personality traits that cause functional impairment or distress.
Axis II:
Disorders that have lifelong pattern of adaptation with no period of remission.
3 Clusters of Personality Disorders:
Cluster A
Cluster B
Cluster C
Cluster A:
Paranoid, Schizoid, & Schizotypal disorders.

Characterized as: Odd or peculiar behavior.
Cluster B:
Antisocial, Borderline, Histrionic and Narcississtic disorders.

Characterized as: Flamboyantor dramatic behavior
Cluster C:
Avoidant, Dependent, Obsessive Complusive

Characterized as: Anxiety or fear
PARANOID PERSONALITY DISORDER:
a. Long standing
b. Suspiciousness
c. Mistrust of people in general.
d. They are often hostile, irritable and angry.
SCHIZOID PERSONALITY DISORDER:
a.Lifelong pattern of social withdrawal.
b.Discomfort with human interaction
c.Introversion
d.Constricted affect are noteworthy
SCHIZOTYPAL PEROSNALITY DISORDER:
a.Strikingly odd or strange
b.Magical thinking
c.Peculiar ideas
d.Illusions
e.Derealization are part of this person’s everyday world.
ANTISOCIAL PERSONALITY DISORDER:
a.Continual antisocial
b.Criminality acts, but id not synonymous with criminality
c.Inability to conform to social norms that involves many aspects of pt’s adolescent & adult development
d.They have no regards for safety or feelings of others
e.They lack remorse
BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER:
a.Extraordinarily unstable affect, mood, behavior, relationships and self image.
b.Often fear abandonment
c.Paranoid or dissociative
d.Recurrent self-destructive or self mutilating behavior may be threatened or carried out.
e.Symptoms may approach schizophrenia
HISTRIONIC PERSONALITY DISORDER:
a.Characterized by colorful, dramatic, extroverted behavior in excitable emotional persons
b.Flamboyant presentation
c.Is often an inability to maintain deep, long-lasting attachments.
NARCISSISTIC PERSONALITY DISORDER:
a.Heightened sense of self-importance and grandiose feelings that they are unique in some way.
AVOIDANT PERSONALITY DISORDER:
a.Extreme sensitivity to rejection which may lead to socially withdrawn in life.
b.Not asocial and show a great desire for companionship but are shy.
c.Need unusually strong guarantees of uncritical acceptance
d.Have inferiority complex.
DEPENDENT PERSONALITY DISORDER:
a.Subordinate their own needs to those of others.
b.Get others to resume responsibility for major areas in their lives.
c.Lack self-confidence
d.May experience discomfort when alone for more than a brief period.
OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE PERSONALITY DISORDER:
Characterized by:
a.Emotional constriction
b.Orderliness
c.Perseverance
d.Stubbornness
e.Indecisiveness
The essential feature is:
a.Pervasive pattern of perfectionism and flexibility.
PASSIVE-AGGRESSIVE:
a.Native attitude and passive resistance
Treatment of Personality Disorder:
Like with those of anxiety, are usually seen in conjunction with other disorders and the focus of treatment is similar.