Abnormality

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Sigmund Freud
The Psychodynamic approach
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Psychodynamic approach
puts abnormal behaviour down to underlying psychological problems
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psychodynamic treatment
Bringing repressed impulses and traumantic memories into conscious awareness e.g dream analysis
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Biological approach
Abnormal behaviour can be determined by four main factors e.g infection
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Biological treatments
two treatments that treat abnormlity drugs and ect
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Eranti et al
evaluation of psychodynamic treatments, depression
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cognitive behavioural therapy
Therapist allows you to work out what is wrong, they cant tell you what is wrong. You as a patient need to realise that your mindset is flawed, through questioning and roleplay
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Cognitive approach to abnormality
Abnormality is caused by faulty thtinking or preceptions e.g schizophrenia, ABC MODEL
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Behavioural treatment
relaxing in experiences that make you afriad ,4 steps
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Behavioural approach to explain abnormality
classical- stimulus response/ operant-maladaptive behaviour is rewarded
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Watson and Rayner
Little ALbert
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definitions of Abnormality
deviation from social norms-unwritten rules in society, deviation from ideal mental health- criteria for mental illness much like physical illness, failure to function adequatly- unable to function with demands of evryday life
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puts abnormal behaviour down to underlying psychological problems

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Abnormal behaviour can be determined by four main factors e.g infection

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two treatments that treat abnormlity drugs and ect

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