Unit 4 - Schizophrenia (cont.)

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Cognitive bias?
Idea that schizophrenics have selective attention which causes delusions and auditory hallucinations
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Cognitive deficit theory?
Explains sz. in the terms of attentional impairment.
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Typical antipsychotics?
First generation of drugs, developed in the 1950s. E.g Haloperidol. Blocks the amount of dopamine being transmitted by blocking off some D2 receptors.
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Atypical antipsychotics?
Second/newer generation of drugs, developed in the 1990s. E.g Clozapine. Attaches to specific D2 receptors and is said to block off some serotonin (See Kapur and Remington).
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CBT vs CSE?
Cognitive behavioural: Beck and Ellis (Identify and replace faulty cognitions) vs Coping Strategy Enhancement: Tarrier (two components: education and rapport and symptom targeting)
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Cognitive deficit theory?

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Explains sz. in the terms of attentional impairment.

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Typical antipsychotics?

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Atypical antipsychotics?

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CBT vs CSE?

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