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cognitive appraisal

stress depending on the persons perception of the event of situation

general adaption syndrome

3 stages: alarm, resistance, and exhaustion


when alarm stage reappears is called exhaustion

telomeres

protects the end of chromosone from deterioration


involved in aging, stress can cause deterioration

acculurative stress

culture based stress

health psychologists study?

stress and follow the biopsychosocial model

fight of flight

nervous system


release of catecholominess

women vs men

behaviorial response differ


tend and befriend


men: fight or flight/ aggression

personal control

having a realistic sense of it reduces the inpact of stress and anxiety

coping

ways to chang circumstances in order to make the situation better

distancing

when the women made fun of other people to deal with their bad day

psychopathology

study of origins symptoms and development of disorders

general anxiety disorder

constant state of anxiety

panic disorder

sudden intense episodes of anxiety

affective disorders

depression and bipolar

positive symptoms of schitzo

delusions hallucinations

negative symptoms (5)

flat effect


alogia


avoliation


anhedonia


asociality



avoliation

lack of drive to perform activites

alogia

poverty of speech

anhedonia

loss of capacity to experience pleasure

asociality

lack to engage in social interaction

agoraphobia

fear of panic attack in public

social phobia

fear of being judged in public

Seasonal affective disorder

more common in men in Northern latitudes

cyclothmic disorder

not severe enough to be bipolar but mood swings

antisocial

blatant disregard for rights of others with no guilt

Psychoanalysis

sigmund frued, theory of personality

token economy

application of opperant conditioning to modify a behavior

rational emotive therapy

changes of irrational thinking

cognitive theraoy

based on the idea that psych probs are caused by unrealistic/ distorted thinking

cognitive behavioral theory

thoughts moods and behaviors are functionally interelated

anti anxiety meds

diazapam (vallium)

bipolar meds

lithium

schitzophrenia meds

antipsychotics

suicidal drug

selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor


(prozac)

4 catagories of interpersonal therapy (ITP)

FOCUSES ON CURRENT RELATIONSHIPS


role disputes, unresolved grief, interpersonal deficits, role transitions

client centered therapy

carl rogers, focuses on perception of client, and to be positive


realization of potential during is called self acualization

systematic desensitiazation

behavior therapy counter-conditioning a new response over an old response

cognitive restructuring

psychotheraputic process of learning to identify irrational thoughts

gestalt therapy

psychotherapy enphasizing personal responsibility

aversive conditioning

not effective


unwanted behavior paired with an unwanted stimulus

ABC model

involves ones beliefs about events that make one miserable

cognitive therapy

overcome problems and recongnition and ability to monitor thoughts