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Difference between Bipolar I, Bipolar II and Cyclothymic
BP I = Manic or Mixed episode, may or may not have depressive episode

BP II = Depressive episode plus hypomanic episode, NO manic or mixed episodes

Cyc = Chronic hypomanic and depression that isn’t severe enough to meet MD d/o
TARDIVE DYSKINESIA

AKATHISIA
TD = side effects of anti-psychotic medication taken for > 6 months; Irregular involuntary movements of head, limbs and trunk

Motor discomfort restlessness
FLUOXITINE

SERTRALINE

PAROXETINE
PROZAC

ZOLOFT

PAXIL
DYSTONIA

PARKINSONIANISM

CATEPLEXIA
Sustained muscle spasms

Muscle rigidity, shuffling gait, stooped posture and drooling

Sudden loss of muscle tone (associated with narcolepsy)
RHETT’s DISORDER

CHILDHOOD DISINTEGRATIVE DISORDER
Period of normal development post birth then head growth acceleration, loss of previously acquired purposeful hand movements, uncoordinated gait

Regression after at least 2 years normal development usually associated with MR
CHLORPROMAZINE
Thorazine
Suicide Rates
At risk: Elderly the older you get the more likely you are to complete highest rates for 85 + y/o, Males more likely than females, Whites more likely than non-Whites EXCEPT Native Americans under 45 y/o have highest rate of all ethnic groups

If you look at JUST African American then the highest rate is between 15-44 y/o
RETROACTIVE INHIBITION

PROACTIVE INHIBITION
RETROACTIVE = New blocks Old (cant learn old material because of interference from new material recently learned)

PROACTIVE = Old blocks New (cant learn new material because of interference from old materials previously learned)
ASSIMILATION

ACCOMMODATION
ASSIMILATION = Incorporating new experiences into existing schema – schema doesn’t change, just get applied to more objects

ACCOMMODATION = Schema changes in response to whats presented – schema must change or modify
Piaget’s Stage One
Sensorimotor (0-2)

Learn through sensory and motor skills
Outcome of stage = Object Permanence – develops throughout 2nd yr of life and helps reduce separation anxiety

Stage ends when language is achieved
Piaget’s Stage Two
PREOPERATIONAL (2-7)

Huge increase in language functioning and make believe play
Symbolic Function marks beginning of stage and is major development of this stage

Centration – cant conserve at this stage because of centration, the tendency to focus on 1 detail of situation while neglecting other features
Intuitive Thinking
Piaget’s Stage Three
CONCRETE OPERATIONS (7-11)

Conservation = understand physical attributes of object do not change when object changes shape
De-centration = focus on more than one detail
Reversibility = can change it back
Lying = by 11 distinguish between lies and erroneous statements (kids as young as 3-4 lie intentionally to avoid punishment)
Thinking becomes more logical & organized
Piaget’s Stage Four
FORMAL OPERATIONS (12+)

Abstract thinking
Egocentric Thought
Imaginary Audience = belief others are concerned with and critical of adolescent
Personal Fable = belief self id unique and indestructible
Piaget’s Moral Development Theory
Two Stages:
HETERONOMOUS (4-7) = Rules are absolute and unchangeable

By 7-8 y/o realize rules are made by humans and can change, leads to onset of stage two =
AUTONOMOUS
Erikson’s Eight Stages
Trust v Mistrust (0-1) - HOPE
Autonomy v Shame (1-3) - WILL
Initiative v Guilt (3-5/6)- PURPOSE
Industry v Inferiority (5/6-12) - COMPETENCE
Identity v Role Confusion (12-18) - FIDELITY
Intimacy v Isolation (18-35) - LOVE
Generativity v Stagnation (35-60) - CARE
Integrity v Despair (60+)- WISDOM
Age separation anxiety is least likely to occur
0-8 months