AR #2

  1. Wolpe  invented:
    Systmatic desensitization

    " reciprocal inhibition" --> anxiety is inhibited by response (relaxation) that is the reciprocal (incompatible with) anxiety. i.e 

    parasympathetic over sympathetic. 

    - thought anxiety = neurotic depression
  2. Self Concept model
    a. identity assimilation - maintaining self-consistentcy

    b. identity accomodation - making changes to self

    c. identity balance -  changing when necessary
  3. High risk groups - AIDS specific

    low risk groups
    1. Education may be better predictorr of decreased risk-taking

    2. Low risk groups - perceivd peer norms....
  4. CD: Emotioal Reasoning
    if you feel a negative emotion, there must be a corresponding external situation
  5. minimization
    less than it is
  6. Selective abstraction
    CD: focusing on a detail, out of conetxt, at expense of other info
  7. personalization
    cd: atributing outside events to oneself with no evidence of causal relationship
  8. social phobia  versus specific phobia
    social: marked and persistent ofear of one or more social/performance situations; w/ unfamiliar peole or scrutiny

    specific: anxiety related to specfici object/situation butnot better accounted for by another diagnosis. 
  9. mmpi versus mmpi-a
    14-18 versus 18-80...err on side of caution....seems different than WAIS
  10. best treatment factitious d/o
    supportive therapy
  11. Super rainbow
    Life roles over 5 stages
  12. MS phases
    Relapse Remitting: most common beginning phase...on and off ...for years in to secondary progressive: slow steady worsening but inflammation dies down....

    Primary Progressive: progressive disability from beginning

    Benign: non-visible sensory sxs, complete recovery, no disability; 1-2 attacks over 10-15 years. complete recovery
  13. Sicknee Impact Profile
    impacts of disease on physical and emotional function.

    NOT subjective reaction s thought....more pragmatic ADLs, + social
  14. functional amnesia
    psycholoical trauma (not physical), forget significant events...
  15. consultee -centred case consulation
    pretty cloe to techinical supervision
  16. business necessity  & Job relatedness impact:
    Adverse impact (if needed, might be allowed)
  17. Tourette's d/o most common features
    Obsesions & Compulsions
  18. Beta
    prob af making a type II error
  19. Depression Sxs in SAD
    low energy, increased sleep , oever eaating, weight gain, carbs crave
  20. homeostasis change
    other member sabotage or take on similar symptoms/behaviors to what was improved
  21. Symptom of narcalepsy
    cataplexy, sudden loss of muscle tone
  22. tricyclics, main concern
    potential for suicide
  23. barrier to substance treatment in women
    child and childcare concerns
  24. Parkinson's tremors, what neurotransimtter
  25. reading the fucking questions!

    If it says _____ look for ____ 
    i.e. executive function
  26. if subpoened, you must
    ..Assert privilege.... if not released from subpoena Show up and bring the records.

    Only show records if judge tells you to .
  27. Hlding on to directions for a little bit uses...
    working memory
  28. least effective long-term smoking cessation intervention
    nicotine way better with adjunctive treatment
  29. African american family for systems family therapy, main goal
    focus on multi-generational issues
  30. protocal analysis
    umbrella temr in qualitative research, verbatim reports of various stuff
  31. male to female ration of aocohol abuse 
    5:1 with major age factors, womend drink more later
  32. thalamus
    relat station for all senses but SMELL
  33. people with strong racial affiliation...
    prefer same race therapist...some research suggests they may have better outxcomes too, but err on the side of all similar. 
  34. per record keeping guidlines...most are obvious...but _____ are not appropriate for the medical record
    Process notes, including personal notes
  35. p ratios are what scale of measurement
    ordinal because not equivalent differences
  36. to disstonguish depression (psuedo dementia) from dementia____
    Depression: recall but not recognittion memory impaired

    dementia: recall and recognition are impaired
  37. Are all therapies equal (i.e. cbt versus operant)?
    yep except for some phobias and physical problems (i.e. enuresis)
  38. Sensory memory is/has
    representation of external stimulus after the stimulus has ended.

    unlimited capacity, very short duration (2-3 seconds)
  39. rejected and neglected children....outcomes?
    rejection is more stable than neglect. if the kid switches schools, the neglected kid is more likely to improve socially
  40. EMDR
    works because of the recall of anxiety memories while watching finger. finger does not do much, thus, it is about exposure to anx. stimuli
  41. specific standard of performance (Testing)
  42. group cohesion to productivity is moderated by?
    high management support leads to high productivity  in cohesive groups. 

    mgt hostility leads to low productivity
  43. On a test (i.e. wais-iv) what leads to lowest reliability:

    D. because combining two scores compounds the total error variance
  44. Femle to male depression ration:
  45. court ordered eval....regardin confidentiality...
    Privilege  is not yet waived...maintain. 
  46. Baumrind said ____was unethical
    Milgram (shocking)

    NOT Zimbardo prison
  47. with specific phobia treatment:
    brief in-vivo...often only 2-4 sessions. 

    cognitive component does not seem to make a difference
  48. sampling error
    extent to which a sample devieates  from the population it is representing.
  49. best drug for panic attacks
    anti deppresants
  50. per piaget, symbolic thought  andmagical thinking occurs
    pre-operations (2-7 y/o)
  51. per piaget, object permanence
    0-2 years sensori motor
  52. client -therapist ethnic mathcing is good prdictor of
    treatment length...not much on outcome...and if so due to duration
  53. aggressive children training, best is
    social skills training; i.e. alternative pro-scial Bxs
  54. Piaget moral development stages:
    1. Heteronomous morality (4-7 y/o).  rule are absolut and unchanghable. punishment should fit the crime.

    2. autonomous morality...rules are flexible
  55. Rutter's predictors of child psychopathology:
    low ses, severe marital discord, large family size, parental ciminality, and placement of kids outside of home. 
  56. Computer adapted tests are:
    accurate through all ranges of test scores...that's the point idiot~!
  57. i/o paired comparisons, in contrast to order of merit comparisons are:
    recise and more difficult..each person is compared with every othe persons versus just ranking them in order per a criterion. 
  58. identical elements
    training  best transfered to similar scenarios. 

    early learning work of thorndike and woodworth
  59. Old people are less likely than y oung poeple to express;

    A. deprssion and sadness
  60. a shift in group dynamics from frequent interactions among all members, now the rotation only includes 2-3 members who get to talk...this is _____ per Yallom
    Procedural norms
  61. homoscedasticity
    even scatter arond the regression line...good for testing...won't attenuate (won't weaken)  the correlation
  62.  2  main factors of + leadership qualities:
    1. task orientation (instrumentality): Task-oriented leaders define roles and set goals for themselves and their employees.  help employees understand what is expected of them and then manage their activities to accomplish business objectives.

    2. consideration
  63. menopause
    dry vagina...all other aspects of sex interest, drive, arousal are still ok.
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