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DEPRESSION

DEPRESSION

DEPRESSION. Depression. “I’ll change my state with any wretch, Thou canst from gaol or dunghill fetch. My pain’s past cure, another Hell, I may not in this torment dwell, Now desperate I hate my life, Lend me a halter or a knife.

By lyn
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Stress and Illness/Disease

Stress and Illness/Disease

Stress and Illness/Disease. Chapter 3. Chapter Overview. Psychosomatic disease involves the mind and the body; it is a real disease, not “just in the mind” Stress decreases our immunity to many diseases and illnesses

By london
(158 views)

Chapter 10 Personality

Chapter 10 Personality

Chapter 10 Personality. Defining Some Terms. Personality: A person’s unique and relatively stable behavior patterns; the consistency of who you are, have been, and will become Character: Personal characteristics that have been judged or evaluated

By boone
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Personality

Personality

Personality. Personality. An individual’s unique and relatively consistent patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving. Personality Theory. Attempt to describe and explain how people are similar, how they are different, and why every individual is unique. Personality Perspectives.

By brick
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Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies

Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies

Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies. The Behavioral Approaches. Behavior, Learning, Social Context People’s unique learning histories Commonalities in rules, values, and learning histories Principles of learning Behavioral consistency vs. behavioral specificity.

By boris
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Clinical Psychology prior to World War II

Clinical Psychology prior to World War II

Clinical Psychology prior to World War II. No real standards for training and licensure Psychologists had low status in hospitals and clinics Clinicians were not well respected within the APA 1937: American Association for Applied Psychology formed. After World War II.

By idra
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Types vs. Traits

Types vs. Traits

Types vs. Traits. General Psych 2 Module 40 February 12, 2004 Class #6. Types. Carl Jung (1933) Are you introverted or extroverted??? We are a “type”…either one or the other, distinct and discontinuous Like male and female…can only be one

By tess
(395 views)

Chapter 10 Personality

Chapter 10 Personality

Chapter 10 Personality. Defining Some Terms. Personality: A person’s unique and relatively stable behavior patterns; the consistency of who you are, have been, and will become Character: Personal characteristics that have been judged or evaluated

By tino
(158 views)

Personality and Physical Activity

Personality and Physical Activity

Personality and Physical Activity. EPHE 348. What is Personality?. Basic definition - dimensions of individual differences in tendencies to show consistent patterns of thoughts, feelings, and actions, is (McCrae et al., 1990)

By barton
(253 views)

Stress and Illness/Disease

Stress and Illness/Disease

Stress and Illness/Disease. Chapter 3. Chapter Overview. Psychosomatic disease involves the mind and the body; it is a real disease, not “just in the mind” Stress decreases our immunity to many diseases and illnesses

By mai
(114 views)

Personality

Personality

Personality. . . . kind of. Perspectives. Psychoanalytic Humanistic Trait Social-Cognitive. Trait Theory. Gordon Allport response to psychoanalytic theory Developed using factor analysis Hans Eysenck Introversion-extraversion Emotional stability-instability.

By hammer
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