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30 Cards in this Set

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Client Centered Therpay
The client decides what to talk about and when.

No direction, judgement, or interpretation from the therapist.
Behavior Modification Therapy
Treatments use clasical conditiong to change behavior.
Psychoanalytical Therapy
Helps clients gain insight and work through thought and emotion.
Describes abnormal patterns that define varoius mental abilities.
Anxiety Disorders
1. Phobias
2. Generalized Anxiety Disorders
3. Panic Disorder
4. OCD
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
long-lasting anxiety.

not focused on any particular object or situation.

jumpy, irritable, and cannot sleep soundly.
Panic Disorder
Victims often believe they are having a heart attack.

Panic attacks that come with out warning.
Paranoid Schizophrenia
thinking goverment is after them.
Disorganized Shizophrenia
loss of bladder/bowel control

Catatonic Shizophrenia
does not speak

body can be posed in virtually any position.
medical doctors

special training in the tratment of mental disorders.
Reduces severe depression, mania, and shizophrenia.

Breif electrical shock administered to the brain.
1.Statistical Infrequency

2.Vilolation of Social norms

3. Personal Suffering
Strenberg found they have at least 7 different combo of skills on his trarichic test

People who have extremly high IQ
Mental Retardation
People whose IQ is less then 70.

Fail to display the skills at daily living, communicating, and other tasks.
Triarchic Theory Of Intelligence.

3 types: Creative, Analytic, and Pratical.
Itelligence Quotient
Reflects your standing with in your age group.
Pionts earned for each correct age-level answer and summed.

Score compared with others and averaged.
Standford-Binet Itelligence test
Developed by Lewis Terman.

Determined a person IQ by age level questions.
G=Generalized Itelligence factor. Based on High correlations.

S=Specific Intelligence factor for specific skills and info.

Intelligence is a combo of G and S.
Assigend a school age to questions that can be manged by children.

Mental Age/Chronological Age = IQ
Verbal Intelligence Testing
Measures Verbal skills
Further broke down g-factor into:
Crystalizzed intelligence and Fluid Intelligence.
8 multiple Intelligences.

Did not use testing methods

Alowed virtually everyone to be highly Intelligent.
Wechsler Scales
14 Subtests

7 subtests require verbal skills.

Subtests included:
remembering a series
solving arithmetic problems
defing vocab
answering general-knowledge questions.
IQ tests that present the same tasks.

Ensures test results will not be affected by who gives and scores the test.
IQ tests accuracy in making statements and predictions about people's intelligence.
Evaluated on test results stability or consistency.
Calculated from IQ test scores.

Can tell us testing averges and the scores obtained.
Divergent Thinking
Need creativity.

Ability to generate many diffrent solutions to a problem.
Convergent Thinking
People with this get high scores on most IQ tests.

Uses logic and knowledge to narrow down the possible solutions.