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Jahoda - Definition of Abnormality
Investigated deviation from ideal mental health. Identified 6 key categories: Self-attitudes, Personal growth, Integration, Autonomy, Perception of Reality and Mastery of environment.
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Freud - Psychodynamic Approach
Developed the idea of the id, ego and superego.
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Little Hans - Case Study
Freud suggested that his phobia of horses was due to sub-conscious urges involving being jealous of his father.
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Ellis - Faulty Thinking
Used an ABC model. A - Activating event. B - Belief, rational/irrational. C - Consequence, the effect of the thinking.
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Developed the idea of the id, ego and superego.

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Freud - Psychodynamic Approach

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Freud suggested that his phobia of horses was due to sub-conscious urges involving being jealous of his father.

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Used an ABC model. A - Activating event. B - Belief, rational/irrational. C - Consequence, the effect of the thinking.

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