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6 Cards in this Set

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"Pure mind" model
Emphasizes the role of the mind
Minimizes the role of brain and bilogical factors

Attempts to avoid ambiguities
"Radical behaviorist" model
Attempts to explain everything in pure behavioral terms
Defines mental events through their public expression
Asks patients to publicly describe their experiences

Patient must have insight, be verbal
What comes first:
Reliability or Validity?
Reliability (verification of our observations)
Mental experiences are judged to be normal or abnormal

Content is NOT too important

Survives testing
Encourages research
Encourage progress
Mental experiences are products of an INDIVIDUAL
Pt. reveals through experiences their intentions/individuality

Theories can't be proven or disproved