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What is somatization disorder?
refers to a pattern of medically unexplained complaintes of multiple physical symptoms begining before the age of 30
NAME
this is a pattern of medically unexaplained complaints of multiple physical symptoms begining before the age of 30
somaization disorder
What is the diagnostic criteria for somatization disorder? (4)
(1)a history of many physical compliants beginning before the age of 30 that occurs of a period of several years and (2)results in treatment of or impairment in social, educational, or occupational (3) either: after investiagation, each of the symptoms is not bc of medical conidtion and/or substance or if there is a general medical conidtion the physical complaints result in a impairment in socail, occupational, educational, or other important areas of functioning (4)the pain is not due to malingering or faked
What are the symptoms of somatization disorder? (4)
All of the following criteria must be met
(1)four pain symptoms: a history of a pain related to at least four different sites or functions (2)two gastrointestinal symptoms: a history of at least two gastrointestinal symptoms other than pain (example nausea, bloating, vomiting other during pregrancy, diarrhea, or intolerance of several different foods) (3)one sexual symptom: a history of at least one sexual or reproductive symptom other than pain (example sexual indifference, erectile or ejaculatory dysfunction, irregula menses, excessive mentstrual bleeding, and vomiting throughout pregrancy) (4)one pseudoneurological symtpom: a history of at least one symptom or deficit suggesting a neurological condition not limited to pain, symptoms such as impaired coordination or balance, paralyis or localized weakness, difficualty swallowing or lump in throat, aphonia, urinary retention, hallucinations, loss of touch or pain sensation, double vision, blindness, deafness, seizures, dissosciate symptoms such as amnesia, or loss of consciousness other than fainting)
What is hypochondriasis?
this is a patient remains preoccupied w the fear that they have serious medical illness despite the fact that medical elevation has ruled out such an illness
NAME
this is a patient remains preoccupied w the fear that they have serious medical illness despite the fact that medical elevation has ruled out such an illness
hypochondriasis
What is the diagnostic criteria for hypochondriasis? (6)
(1)a preoccupation w fears of having or the idea that one has, a serious disease based on the person's misinterpretation of bodily symptoms (2)the preoccupation presists despite appropriate medical evaluation and reassurance (3)the belief in cirterion 1 is not of delusional intesntiy and is not restricted to a circumscribed concern about appearance (4)the preoccupation causes impairment in social, occupational, or other important areas of functioning (5)the duriation of the disturbance lasts 6 months (6)the preoccupation is not better accounted for GAD, OCD, Panic disorder, major depressive disorder, separation anxiety, or another somatoform disorder
NAME
this is the presence of physcial symptoms suggest a medical conidtion but the symptoms are not explained by a medical condition
somatoform disorders
NAME
this is key in somatoform disorders
stress
Stress is key in (1)disorders
somatoform disorders
T or F
somatoform disorders have evidence of medical conditions
false
In order for it to be somatoform disorder, there must be no evidence of a (1)
medical condition
How are people with somatoform disorders treated?
they are treated w the evidence realizing that they are distorting reality by insisting on having complaints dispite no medical condition
What is anothe unusal feature of somatoform disorders?
there is a pervasis pattern of doctor shoppping or seeing more than one doctor at a time
NAME
patients with usally, have a pervasis pattern of doctor shopping or seeing more than one doctor at a time
somatoform disorders
What is the acutal percent of first degree biological relationship for a child born of a parent having somatoform disorder?
10%-30%
What is the acutal percent of first degree biological relationship for a child born of a parent having somatoform disorder?
10%-30%
T or F
a person can have somatoform disorder, have no stress in his or her life and never display symptoms
true
How is it determined if someone will have somatoform disorders?
the stress in his or her life and thier stress threshold
T or F
even my mother had somatoform disorder, the stress in my life and stress thereshold will determine if i have somatoform disorders
true
NAME
for this type of disorder, the stress in the person's life and stress thereshold will determine if they have it
stress
Give ex of someone w body dysmorphic disorder? (2)
a invidual who is preoccupied with distortions that thier nipples and breasts are disappearing (2)that the there penis is disapperaing into thier abdomen
NAME
a example of this disorder is a invidual who is preoccupied with distortions that their nipples and breasts are disappearing or that their penis is disappearing into the abdomen etc
body dysmorphic disorder
What is conversion disorder?
the presence of a neurological problem such as blindness or paralyis w/out evidence of one
NAME
this is the presence of a neurological problem such as blindness or paralyis w/out evidence of one
conversion disorder
What are some different types of somatoform disorders? (5)
(1)body dysmorphic disorders (2)conversion disorder (3)hypocondriasis (4)pain disorder (5)somatization disorder
NAME
examples of this type of disorder include body dysmorphic disorders, conversion disorder, hypocondriasis, pain disorder, and somatization disorder
somatoform disorder
What is natural selection?
is how an organism's characterics influence its surivial and reproduction.
NAME
this is how an organisms charactertics infleunce its survival and reproduction
natural selction
What does the word adaptive mean?
is a behavior that produces a postive outcome
NAME
this is a behavior that produces a postive outcome
adaptive
What does the word maladaptive mean?
is a behvavior that produces a negative outcome
NAME
this is a behvaior that produces a negative outcome
maladaptive
What is abnormal?
is a term applied to people who consistently are unable to adapt and function effectively in a variety of conditions
NAME
this is a term appiled to people who consistently are unable to adapt and function effectively in a variety of conditions
abnormal
What are (4) factors that affect adaption?
(2)gentic makeup (2)physical conditions (3)learning and reasoning (4)socialization
What are (4) factors that affect adaption?
(2)gentic makeup (2)physical conditions (3)learning and reasoning (4)socialization
NAME
this are factors that affect this: gentic make up, physical conditions, learning and reasoning, and socialization
adapation
What is a stastically unusual behavior?
is a behvaior that occurs infrequently
NAME
this is a behvavior that occurs infrequently
stastically unusal behavior
What is a socially unacceptable behavior?
is a behvaior that is considered unacceptable w/a given culture
NAME
this is a behavior that is consdired unacceptable w a given culture
socially unacceptable behavior
T or F
behvaiors that are unacceptable in one culture may be acceptable in another
true
What is a dysfunctional behavior?
is a behavior that is ineffective in meeting a person's goals
NAME
this is a behavior that is ineffective in meeting a person's goals
dysfunctional behavior
What are (2)key crietria for a dysfunctional behavior?
(1)it must do harm (2)a system is failing to perform the function that natural selection shaped to handle
What is personally disteressing behavior?
behavior or feelings that are uncomfortable or upsetting to the person experiencing them
NAME
behavior or feelings that are uncomfortable or upsetting to the person experiencing them
personally distressing behavior
STOPED HERE
STOPED HERE
What is diathesis stress model?
it says that a specfic features--the diathesis--predispose people to specfic psychopathology but that psychopathology develops only when triggered by sufficient life stresses
NAME
it says that a specfic features--the diathesis--predispose people to specfic psychopathology but the psychopathology develops only when triggered by sufficient life stresses
diathesis stress model
Give a example of a diathesis stress model
a example of this is that reserach shows that genes influence risk for shizophrenia and so represent to cause shizophrena. However, out of one pair of twins w the same genes, only one developed shizophrena
NAME
a example of this is that reserach shows that genes influence risk for shizophrenia and so represent to cause shizophrena. However, out of one pair of twins w the same genes, only one developed shizophrena
diathesis stress model
When does the oral stage occur?
0 to 18 months
NAME
this stage occurs from 0 to 18 months old
oral stage
What are Freud's psychosexual stages of development in order with the years? (5)
(1)oral 0 to 8 months(2)anal 18 to 36 months (3)phallic 3-5 years (4)latency 6-12 years (5)genital at 12 + years
What is the oral stage?
is when the child's focus at 0 to 8 months is on oral pleasures including eating and exploring the world w/in the mouth
NAME
this is the stage when the child's focus at 0 to 8 months is an oral pleasures including eating and exploring the world w/in the mouth
oral stage
What does fixated mean?
refers to when someone is stuck in a developmental stage bc one's needs are not properly satisfied
NAME
this refers to when someone is stuck in a developmental stage bc one's needs are not properly satisfied
fixated
How do children inital experience the world?
as an extension of themseslves and eventaually recoginze that there are other objects in the world too
What happens once a child realizes that the primary source of thier oral gratification is there mother a separate object?
the begin to fear losing her.
NAME
when this happens children began to fear loosing thier mother
when a child realizes that the primary source of thier oral gratification is there mother
What are people like who become fixated in the oral stage?
they have diffuctly developing a sense of indepedence and confidince in the dependability of others and that they therefore become excessivly dependent and at the same time distrustful
NAME
people fixated in this stage become they have diffuctly developing a sense of indepedence and confidince in the dependability of others and that they therefore become excessivly dependent and at the same time distrustful
oral stage
At what age does the anal stage occur?
18 to 36 months
NAME
this stage occurs at 18 to 36 months
anal stage
What is the anal stage?
is when the child's focus is on the pleasure associated w controlling the retention and passing of feces
NAME
this is when the child's focus is one the pleasure associated w controlling the retention and passing of feces
anal stage
What is the phallic stage?
is when the child's focus is on his or her genitals
NAME
this is when the child's focus is on his or her genitals
phallic stage
What is the latency period?
is when the child's sexual interest appears to be minimal
NAME
this is when the child's sexual interest at 6-12 years appears to be minimal
latency period
What is the genital stage?
this is when the child's sexual interest is on sexual pleasure derived through one on one social/sexual relationships
NAME
this is when the child's sexual interest is on sexual pleasure derived through one on one social/ sexual relationships
genital stage
When does the phallic stage occur?
3-5 years old
NAME
this stage occurs at 3-5 years old
phallic stage
What is the latency stage occur?
6-12 years old
NAME
this occurs at 6-12 years old
latency stage
At what age does the genital stage occur?
12+ years
NAME
this occurs at 12+ years
genital
What are people like that are fixated in the anal stage?
they are likely characterized as stubborn and stingy, that they often show a passive agressive style as adults or that they become excessively neat, meticulous, and orderly,
NAME
people that are fixated in this stage are likely characterized as stubborn and stingy that they often show a passive agressive style as adults or that they become excessively neat, meticulous, and orderly
anal stage
NAME
during this stage, children realize that males have penis and females have a vagina
phallic stage
Freud believed that the (1)results in gender identification through the resolution of the Oedipus complex in boys and the electra complex in girls
phallic stage
Freud believed that the phallic stage results in (1)through the resolution of the (2)in boys and the (3)in girls
(1)gender identification (2)opedius complex (3)electra complex
NAME
during this stage, children commonly express dislike for the opposite sex and aversion to any sign of sexual interest
latency stage
During the latency stage children commonly express (1)
dislike for the oppiste sex and aversion to any sign of sexual interest
Freud argued that the interest in relationship motivates people to develop the (1)
social skills and character traits required to establish and maintain such relationships
Freud argued that the interest in (1)motivates people to develope social skills and character traits required to establish and maintain such relationships
relationships
What are some different types of defense mechanisms? (7)
(1)regression (2)denial (3)projection (4)rationalization (5)displacement (6)reaction formation (7)sublimation
NAME
some examples of this are regression, denial, projection, rationailization, displacement, reaction, formation, and sublimination
defence mechanisms
What is regression?
is a retreat to an earlier stage of development
NAME
this is a retreat to an earlier stage of development
regression
What is denial?
inolves behaving as though things where different than they really are
NAME
this inolves behaving as though things where different then they really are
denial
NAME
a example this is a young child who is lost in a stange city and who will often sit down and cry for thier mother like a baby
regression
NAME
a example of this is a husband whose wife is about to leave him bc of severe problems in thier marriage steadfastly refuses to believe that she would ever go or that anything signficiant is wrong
denial
What is repression?
represents a motivated forgetting that thoughts that would create anxiety are prevented from reaching awareness
NAME
this represents a motivated forgeting that the thoughts that would create anxiety are prevented from reaching awareness
repression
T or F
Freud argued that the represed thought is still there and that considerable emotional energy is required to maintain the repression
true
What is projection?
inolves attributing one's own unacceptable feelings to another person
NAME
this inovles attributing one's own unacceptable feeling to another person
projection
in some cases, (1)is used as an exuse for one's own feelings. For example, if someone doesnt like u, this gives u an exuse to not like them
projection
in some cases, projection is used as an (1)
exuse for one's own feelings
NAME
a example of this is that the women just desribed who wanted to have an affair w her best friend's husband might believe that her best friend had a desire to have an affair w her husband
projection
What is rationalization?
involves reinterpreting an unacceptable desire by creating an acceptable reason for that desire
NAME
this involves reinterpreting an unacceptable desire by creating an acceptable reason for that desire
reationalization
NAME
a example of this is that you are planning a party and working on your invitation list. You feel obliged to invite certain friends but are embrassed by them and do not want your other friends to associate w them. you ratioanlize that "they arent the party type and would only feel obliged to come to the party if you invited them. therefore, you leave them off the guest list
rationalization
What is displacement?
involves taking unacceptable feelings toward one person and projecting them onto another person
NAME
this involves taking unacceptable feelings toward one person and projecting them onto another person
displacement
T or F
unfortunaly, displaced feelings often end up being refocuses onto loved ones
true
What is reaction formation?
involves behaving in a manner that is the opposite to the underlying often repressed feelings that one has
NAME
this involves behaving in a manner that is the opposite to the underlying often repressed feelings that one has
reaction formation
NAME
a example of this is a totally un reasonable boss makes you so angry that you want to scream. instead of making a scene w the boss, which could jeopardize your job, you go home and snap at your wife and kids
displacement
NAME
a example of this is that your parents who feel that thier children have prevented them from having the life they really wanted may respond by being excessively loving and overprotective of the children
reaction formation
sublimation is considered one of the most (1) defenses
most mature and effective
NAME
this is is considered one of the most mature and effective defenses
sublimination
What is sublimation?
involves channeling unacceptable impulses into socially approriate activties thus using the energy in a more productive way
NAME
this involves channeling unacceptable impulses into socially approriate actvities, thus using the energy in a more productive way
sublimation
NAME
a example of this is the a person may channel angry impulses into a single minded drive to become on the of the best at something
sublimation
What is the humanistic perspective?
is the view that humans are more capable than other animals and are uniquely aware of the world and thier role in it
NAME
this is the view that humans are more capable than other animals and are uniquely aware of the world and thier role in it
humanistic perspective
What is self actualization?
is the process fulfilling one's human potential
NAME
this is the process of fulfilling one's human potential
self actualization
What is client center therapy?
is a strong supportive therapy designed to nourish the natural development of the client
NAME
this is a strong supportive therpay designed to nourish the natural development of the client
client centered therapy
What is unconditional postive regard?
this is a nonjudgemental acceptance of the client's worth as a human being
NAME
this is a nonjudemental acceptance of the cleint's worth as a human being
unconditional postive regard
Carl Rogers is considered the (1)
father of the humansitic perspective
Who is considered the father of the humanistic perspective?
carl Rogers
NAME
he is considered the father of the humanistic perspective
Carl Rogers
Who was Carl Rogers?
he noted that cleints often responded well to client centered therapy
NAME
he noted that clients often reponded well to client centered therapy
carl Rogers
People in cleint centered therapy are given (1)
unconditional postive regard
people in (1)are given uncondtioanl postive regard
client centered therapy
What did Rogers speculate about human beings?
he said human beings had a natural tendecny to find a satisfying and productive role in society
NAME
he said human beings had a natural tedency to find a satsifying and productive role in society
Rogers
Rogers aruged that humans should (1)rather than taming thier id impulses
allow them to develoep naturally through self actualization
Rogers argued that humans should allow our id impulses to develop naturally rather than (1)
taming them
What is maslow's hierachy of needs?
a model reflecting awareness that self actualization can be achieved only if more basic needs are met first
NAME
this a model reflecting awareness that self actualization can be acheived only if more basic needs are met first
Maslow's hiecrchy of needs
Draw a pic of what Maslow's hierarchy of needs looks likes
pg64
What are some asthetic needs? (3)
(1)symmetry (2)order (3)beauty
NAME
some examples of these include symmetry, order, and beauty
asthetic needs
What are some examples of cogntive needs? (3)
(1)knowledge (2)understanding(3)novelty
NAME
some examples of these include knowledge, understanding, and novelty
cogintive needs
What are some examples of esteem needs/ (3)
(1)competence ()approval (3)recognizatiion
NAME
some examples of these include competence, approval, and recoginzation
esteem needs
What are some examples of belongingess and love needs? (3)
(1)affilation (2)acceptance (3)belongingness
NAME
some examples of these include affilation, acceptance, and belongingness
belongingness and love needs
What are some examples of safety needs? (3)
(1)comfort (2)secuirty (3)freedom from fear
NAME
som examples of these are comfort, secuirty, and freedom from fear
safety needs
What are some examples of physiological needs? (3)
(1)food (2)water (3)oxygen
NAME
some examples of these include food, water, and oxygen
physiological needs
All behvaior is mediated by the (1)
nervous system
All (1)is mediated by the nervous system
behavior
What is dendrites?
are branchlike stuctures where neurons recive input and transmit information
NAME
these are are branchlike stuctures where neurons recive input and transmit information
dendrites
What are axons?
are tail like structures in which neurons transmit information from the dendrites
NAME
these are tail like stuctures in which neurons transmit singals from the dendrites
axons
What is a neuron?
is a speacilzed cell that makes up the nervous system
NAME
this is a speaclized cell that makes up the nervous system
neuron
What is synapse?
is a small gap btwn the axon terminal of one neuron and the dendrite of the next
NAME
this is a small gap btwn the axon terminal of one neuron and the dendrite of the next
synapse
What are neurotransmitters?
are chemicals released from the axon terminals by the firing of neurons
NAME
these are chemicals realeased from axon terminals by the firing of the neurons
neurotransmitters
What is the CNS?
the brain and spinal cord
NAME
this includes the brain and the spinal cord
CNS
What is the midbrain structures?
is the part of the brain that regulate such body functions as hunger and thirst, generate emotions, and serve as a relay center for signals from other parts of the brain
NAME
is the part of the brain that regulate such body functions as hunger and thirst, generate emotions, and serve as a relay center for signals from other parts of the brain
midbrain structures
What are the cerebral cortex?
is the part of the brain that processes preceptions, memories, and thoughts and also implements behavior
NAME
this is the part of the brain that processes preceptions, memories, and thoughts and also immplements behavior
cerebral cortex
What is the brain stem?
is the part of the brain that controls some of the most critical life functions
NAME
this is the part of the brain tha controls some of the most cirtical life functions
brain stem
What is the cerebllum?
is the part of the brain that controls fine motor cordination
NAME
this is the part of the brain that controls fine motor coordination
cerebellum
What is the limbic system?
the subcortial stuctures of the brain that control emotional processing, learning and memory
NAME
this is the subcortial structures of the brain that control emotions, processing, learning, and memory
limbic system
What role does the parasympathic system play in the fight or flight response? (2)
(1)slows the heart rate (2)stimulates body functions that promote long term health such as digestion of food and removal of wastes
NAME
in response to the fight or flight reponse, this system slows the heart rate and stimulates body functions that promote long term health such as digestion of food and removal of wastes
parasympathic nervous system
What role does the sympathic system play in fight of flight reponse? (4)
it causes the (1)increases the heart rate and intensity of the heart beat thus moving more blood to muscles that may require more energy for escape or battle (2)stimualtes the release of hormones in the blood streatam that provide long term stimulation of critical body functions (3)inhibits the digestive functioning (4) stimulates the relase of gulcose by the liver
NAME
during the fight or flight response, this system cause a increase in the heart arate and intenisty of the heart beat thus moving more blood to the muscles that may require more energy for escape or battle, stimulates the release of hormones that provide long term stimualation of critical body functions, and inhibits digestive functioning and stimulates the release of glucose by the liver
sympathic nervous sytem
What are (2)divisions of the ANS?
(1)SNS (2)PNS
NAME
this made up of the SNS and PNS
ANS
What does ANS stand for ?
autonomic nervous sysetm
What does stand for PNS?
parasympathatic nervous system
What does SNS stand for?
symapathetic nervous system
What is lateralization?
is the differentiation of the functions of the left and right cerebral hemisphers
NAME
this is the differation of the functions of the left and right cerebral hemispheres
laterilzation
What is autonomic nervous system?
system that links the CNS to the peripheral organs of the body
NAME
this is a system that links the CNS to the peripheral organs of the body
autonomic nervous system
Whatis SNS?
is the nerves that tend to arouse such organs as the heart
NAME
this is the nerves that tend to arouse such organs as the heart
SNS
What is PNS?
is the nerves that tend to calm organs
NAME
these are the nerves that tend to calm organs
PNS
What is the fight or flight response?
a complex surival reflex that moblizes the body for defensive action in life or death situations
NAME
this is a complex reflex that moblizes the body for defenseive action in life or death situations
fight or flight response
What is the endocrine system?
is a variety of glands, each of which secretes one or more chemicals into the blood stream
NAME
this is a variety of glands, each of which secretes one or more chemicals into the blood stream
endocrine sysetm
What are hormones?
are chemicals secreted by glands of the endocrine system
NAME
these are chemical secreted by the glands of the endocrine system
horomones
What are (7)types of manic episodes?
(1)x1- refers mild manic episode w minimum symptoms
(2)x2-moderate manic episodes w an exterme increase in activity or impairment in judgement
(3)x3=severe manic episodes w psychotic features
(4)x4-servere manic episodes w psychotic features such as delusions and hallucinations
(5)partial remission of manic epsiodes00 no symtpoms have been present for less than 2 months
(6)full remission of manic episodes-the person has not displayed any signs in the last 2 months
(7)x0=unspecfied
What is bipolar disorder differnt from major depressive disorder?
(1)bipolar disorder-is manic, hypomanic, or mixed episodes w depression
(2)major depression there are no manic epsidoes
NAME
this is manic, hypomanic, mixed episodes w depression
bipolar disorder
What is bipolar disorder?
is manic, hypomanic, or mixed episodes w depression
What is dysthymia?
is a pervassive pattern of depressed mood w out meeting criteria for major depressive disorder
NAME
this is pervassive pattern of depressed mood w/out ever meeting major depressive criterion
dysthymia
What is the differ btwn the dependent variable and indpendent variable? (2)
(1)dependent variable is the measured variable (2)indepdent variable is the manipulated variable
What is the differ btwn schizophrena and schizophreniform?
(1)schizophreniform lasts for at least one month but no longer than 6 months
(2)Schiophrenia occurs after 6 months of schizophreniform
(1)occurs after 6 months of schizophreniform
schizophreniform
NAME
this lasts for at least one month but no longer than 6 months and after 6 months it becomes schizophrena
schizophreniform
When does schizophrena occur?
after 6 monts of schizophreniform
HOw long does schizophreniform last
for at least one month but no longer than 6 months
What are axises II to V? (4)
1. Axis II is personality disorders and mental retardation
2. Axis III is a medical condition such as asthma and chronic headaches
3. Axis IV are stressors such as legal issues
4. Axis V are global assessments
NAME
pain in one or more ataonmical regions w out evidence of a medication condition
pain disorder
What is a pain disorder?
pain in one or more ataonmical regions w out evidence of a medication condition
What is the differ btwn the PNS and SNS?
PNS is nerves that calms organs and SNS are nerves that tend to arouse such organs as the heart
Name and explain all the differ psychosexual stages of development? (5)
(1)oral stage is when the child's focus is on oral pleasure including eating and exploring the world w the mouth (2)anal stage is on the pleasures associated w controlling the retention and passing of feces (3)phallic stage is when the child's focus is on his or her genitals (4)latency period is when the child's sexual interest is minimal (5)genitals stage is when the child's sexual interest is on sexual pleasure derived through a one on one social/sexual relationship
What is the differ bwtn the unconscious, preconscious and conscious? (3)
(1)unconscious is the repostiroy of repressed ideas and affects (2)preconscious is the link btwn the conscious and unconscious procceses acting as a screen, filter, or censor (3)conscious is viewed as the instrument of attention
What is the differ bwtn the primary process and secondary process?
(1)primary process this thinking recoginzes the pleasure principle (2)secondary principle recoginzes the realilty principle
NAME
this is thinking that recoginzes the pleasure principle
primary process
NAME
this thinking that recoginzes the reality principle
secondary principle
What is primary process?
is thinking that recoginzes the pleasure principle
What is the secondary process?
is thinking that recoginzes the realilty principle
What is the primary process?
is thinking that recoginzes the pleasure principle
What is the differ btwn the ego, superego, and id? (3)
(1)Id is the locus of the primary drives
(2)Ego balances the drives of the id against the reality of the world
(3)superego is the locus of the internalized moral values, prohibitions, and ideals of the person
What is the differ btwn dendrites, axons, and synapses?
(1)dendrites are the branchlick structures where neurons recieve input and transmit info
(2)axons are taillike structures in which neurons transmit info through dendrites
(3)synapses- are small gaps btwn axon terminals of one neuron and the dendrite of the next
What is the differ btwn dendrites, axons, and synapses?
(1)dendrites are the branchlick structures where neurons recieve input and transmit info
(2)axons are taillike structures in which neurons transmit info through dendrites
(3)synapses- are small gaps btwn axon terminals of one neuron and the dendrite of the next
What is the differ tbwn the cerebral cortex, limbic system, anterior cingulate gyrus, left prefrontal cortex, the midbrain structures and basal gangila? (5)
(1)Cerebral cortex- is the part of the brain that processes preceptions, memories, thoughts, and also implements behavior
(2)limbic system controls emotions, processsing learning and memory
(3)anterior cingulate gyrus- is the brain's gear shifter meaning that it allows one to be flexible in a cognitive way
(4)left prefrontal cortex- regulates the limibic system
(5)midbrain structures- regulates hunger, thirst, generates emotion and serves as the relay center for signals from other parts of the brain (6)basal ganglia coordinates thoughts and movements
What is the differ tbwn the cerebral cortex, limbic system, anterior cingulate gyrus, left prefrontal cortex, and the midbrain structures? (5)
(1)Cerebral cortex- is the part of the brain that processes preceptions, memories, thoughts, and also implements behavior
(2)limbic system controls emotions, processsing learning and memory
(3)anterior cingulate gyrus- is the brain's gear shifter meaning that it allows one to be flexible in a cognitive way
(4)left prefrontal cortex- regulates the limibic system
(5)midbrain structures- regulates hunger, thirst, generates emotion and serves as the relay center for signals from other parts of the brain
What is the differ tbwn the cerebral cortex, limbic system, anterior cingulate gyrus, left prefrontal cortex, the midbrain structures, and basal ganglia? (6)
(1)Cerebral cortex- is the part of the brain that processes preceptions, memories, thoughts, and also implements behavior
(2)limbic system controls emotions, processsing learning and memory
(3)anterior cingulate gyrus- is the brain's gear shifter meaning that it allows one to be flexible in a cognitive way
(4)left prefrontal cortex- regulates the limibic system
(5)midbrain structures- regulates hunger, thirst, generates emotion and serves as the relay center for signals from other parts of the brain
(6)basal ganglia coordinates thoughts and movements
What is the differ tbwn the cerebral cortex, limbic system, anterior cingulate gyrus, left prefrontal cortex, and the midbrain structures? (5)
(1)Cerebral cortex- is the part of the brain that processes preceptions, memories, thoughts, and also implements behavior
(2)limbic system controls emotions, processsing learning and memory
(3)anterior cingulate gyrus- is the brain's gear shifter meaning that it allows one to be flexible in a cognitive way
(4)left prefrontal cortex- regulates the limibic system
(5)midbrain structures- regulates hunger, thirst, generates emotion and serves as the relay center for signals from other parts of the brain
What is the differ tbwn the cerebral cortex, limbic system, anterior cingulate gyrus, left prefrontal cortex, the midbrain structures, and the basal ganglia? (5)
(1)Cerebral cortex- is the part of the brain that processes preceptions, memories, thoughts, and also implements behavior
(2)limbic system controls emotions, processsing learning and memory
(3)anterior cingulate gyrus- is the brain's gear shifter meaning that it allows one to be flexible in a cognitive way
(4)left prefrontal cortex- regulates the limibic system
(5)midbrain structures- regulates hunger, thirst, generates emotion and serves as the relay center for signals from other parts of the brain\
(6)basal ganglia coordinates thoughts and movements
What is the differ btwn a someone who has a overactive anterior cingulate gyrus versa a deep limbic system? (2)
(1)overactive anterior cingulate gyrus is someone who has negative rigid thoughts, argumentaivte, and usally has substance and eating disorders
(2)overactive deep limbic system is someone who has negative thoughts and pessimistic
What is the differ btwn a someone who has a overactive anterior cingulate gyrus versa a deep limbic system? (2)
(1)overactive anterior cingulate gyrus is someone who has negative rigid thoughts, argumentaivte, and usally has substance and eating disorders
(2)overactive deep limbic system is someone who has negative thoughts and pessimistic
What is the differ btwn a someone who has a overactive anterior cingulate gyrus versa a deep limbic system? (2)
(1)overactive anterior cingulate gyrus is someone who has negative rigid thoughts, argumentaivte, and usally has substance and eating disorders
(2)overactive deep limbic system is someone who has negative thoughts and pessimistic
What is the differ btwn regression, denial, projection, rationilization, displacment, reaction formation, and sublimination?
(1)regression is retreat an earlier stage of development
(2)denial involves behaving as though things where different then they really are
(3)repression represents a motivated forgetting in that thoughts that would create anxiety
(4)projection involves attriubting one's own unacceptable feelings to another person
(5)raionalization involves reinterpeting an unacceptable desire by creating an acceptabl reason for that desire
(6)displacement involves taking unacceptable feelings and projecting them onto anotehr person
(7)reaction formation-involves behaving in a manner that is opposite to the underlying, often repressed feeling that one has (8)sublimination involves channeling unacceptable impulses into socailly appropriate activies thus using the ernergy in a more productive way
What is the differ btwn regression, denial, projection, rationilization, displacment, reaction formation, and sublimination?
(1)regression is retreat an earlier stage of development
(2)denial involves behaving as though things where different then they really are
(3)repression represents a motivated forgetting in that thoughts that would create anxiety
(4)projection involves attriubting one's own unacceptable feelings to another person
(5)raionalization involves reinterpeting an unacceptable desire by creating an acceptabl reason for that desire
(6)displacement involves taking unacceptable feelings and projecting them onto anotehr person
(7)reaction formation-involves behaving in a manner that is opposite to the underlying, often repressed feeling that one has (8)sublimination involves channeling unacceptable impulses into socailly appropriate activies thus using the ernergy in a more productive way
What is the differ btwn regression, denial, projection, rationilization, displacment, reaction formation, and sublimination?
(1)regression is retreat an earlier stage of development
(2)denial involves behaving as though things where different then they really are
(3)repression represents a motivated forgetting in that thoughts that would create anxiety
(4)projection involves attriubting one's own unacceptable feelings to another person
(5)raionalization involves reinterpeting an unacceptable desire by creating an acceptabl reason for that desire
(6)displacement involves taking unacceptable feelings and projecting them onto anotehr person
(7)reaction formation-involves behaving in a manner that is opposite to the underlying, often repressed feeling that one has (8)sublimination involves channeling unacceptable impulses into socailly appropriate activies thus using the ernergy in a more productive way
What is the differ btwn regression, denial, projection, rationilization, displacment, reaction formation, and sublimination?
(1)regression is retreat an earlier stage of development
(2)denial involves behaving as though things where different then they really are
(3)repression represents a motivated forgetting in that thoughts that would create anxiety
(4)projection involves attriubting one's own unacceptable feelings to another person
(5)raionalization involves reinterpeting an unacceptable desire by creating an acceptabl reason for that desire
(6)displacement involves taking unacceptable feelings and projecting them onto anotehr person
(7)reaction formation-involves behaving in a manner that is opposite to the underlying, often repressed feeling that one has (8)sublimination involves channeling unacceptable impulses into socailly appropriate activies thus using the ernergy in a more productive way
What is the differ btwn regression, denial, projection, rationilization, displacment, reaction formation, and sublimination?
(1)regression is retreat an earlier stage of development
(2)denial involves behaving as though things where different then they really are
(3)repression represents a motivated forgetting in that thoughts that would create anxiety
(4)projection involves attriubting one's own unacceptable feelings to another person
(5)raionalization involves reinterpeting an unacceptable desire by creating an acceptabl reason for that desire
(6)displacement involves taking unacceptable feelings and projecting them onto anotehr person
(7)reaction formation-involves behaving in a manner that is opposite to the underlying, often repressed feeling that one has (8)sublimination involves channeling unacceptable impulses into socailly appropriate activies thus using the ernergy in a more productive way