Abnormality- supportive studies

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Who supports the psychodynamic approach?
Leichsenrig & Leibing
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What did Taylor find?
Depressed people have a more accurate perception of reality
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Two studies into effectiveness of ECT?
Buchan- ECT was more effective thean sham at 4 weeks. But no difference by 6 months. Sakheim- ECT effective in 60/70% of patients but depression returned for 60%
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Studies relevant to the Behavioural approach?
Mineka- monkeys learnt fear of snakes through observation of parents fear, not direct experience. Seligman- 'preparedness'
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Evidence for effectiveness of SD?
Brosnan and Thorpe- over 10 weeks 16 technophobics received treatment. Significantly less anxious than those without. Zettle, 12 students wiht fear of maths.
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Research that questions effectiveness of SD?
Choy- flooding is more effective
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What did Butler find?
Supports CBT- it is effective for child anxieties, social phobias and panic disorder.
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