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alzheimer
Plaques – plaque buildup of B-amyloid protein deposits
Neurofibrillary tangles –protein filaments composed of tau in cell bodies of neurons
Atrophy of cerebral cortex causes enlargement of ventricles
APOE-4
involved in neurodegenerative diseases
frontal temporal dimentia
impairment of planning, problem solving, emotion

serotonetic neurons
NOT memory
vascular dimentia
tiny strokes causes weakness of body

risk factors: smoking, high LDL

more in african americans
tx dimentia
aricept

psychotherapy for fam and pt

cognitive interventions: labeling
delirium
related to acute medical issue, RAPIDLY develops,

alteration of consciousness
major depressive disorder
vasc dementia can lead to this
Brief Dynamic therapy
time limited quality or quantity
Cognitive behavioral
gets me attention, helps me avoid responsibility, get me things

identify what is reinforcing behavior
Cognitive therapy
BECK: DIFF FROM CBT b/c
focuses on cognitive distortions

changes thought patterns that cause disturbed behavior
rational emotive therapy
Ellis -
shoulds, demandingness.

forget past and move on with life.