Clinical Psychology

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  • Clinical Psychology
    • Methodology
      • Primary Data
        • data collected by those who have witnessed the event first hand
      • Secondary Data
        • pre-existing data
      • Reliability
        • if the same result is found more than once
      • Validity
        • are you measuring what you claim to be measuring
      • Animal Experiments
        • using animals in laboratory experiments
        • Schizophrenia studies using animals
      • Twin Studies
    • Content
      • Definitions of Abnormality
        • Statistical Definition
        • Social Norms Definition
      • Diagnosing Mental Health Disorders
        • DSM
      • Validity in diagnosing Mental Health Disorders
        • Etiological
        • Concurrent
        • Predictive
      • Reliabilty in diagnosing Mental Health Disorders
        • Borwn et al  (1996)
        • Davison and Neale (1994)
        • Zigler and Phillips (1961)
        • Kendal (1975)
      • Cultural Issues
      • Schizophrenia
        • Symptoms
      • Bioloigcal Explanation for Schizophrenia
        • Genetic Factors
        • Biochemical Factors
      • Cognitive Explanation for Schizophrenia
      • Treatments for Schizophrenia
        • Rational Emotive Therapy
        • Free Association
      • CBT
      • Therapies
        • Drug Therapy
      • Treatment from each Approach
        • Electro-Convulsive Therapy
        • Systematic Desensitisation
        • Care in the Community
        • Rational Emotive Therapy
        • Dream Analysis
    • Studies
      • Rosenhan (1973)
        • Being sane in insane places
      • Goldstein (1988)
        • Gender differences in the course of schizophrenia
      • Mumford and Whitehouse (1988)
        • Increased prevalence of bulima nervosa among Asian schoolgirls
    • Key Issue
      • Understanding Schizophrenia
        • Leaflet
      • Supporting someone with a mental disorder
        • Family Therapy
        • What to look for
        • Ways of supporting someone
        • Leaflet

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