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2 This is Unit 11 Psychological Disorders

3 Effects Board 1 If you’ve got OCD and you know it, wash your hands. If you can’t feel your hands, ask your alter to wash them for you. Batmanic and Sobbin: Six Flags’ Newest Emotional Rollercoaster What do Britney Spears, Charlie Sheen, and Ted Bundy have in common? Hint: it’s not their paraphilias. Mommy, can I have some more couch cushion please? So that explains the voices

4 If you’ve got OCD and you know it, wash your hands. If you can’t feel your hands, ask your alter to wash them for you. Batmanic and Sobbin: Six Flags’ Newest Emotional Rollercoaster What do Britney Spears, Charlie Sheen, and Ted Bundy have in common? Hint: It’s not their paraphilias Mommy, can I have some more couch cushion please? Real Question Board 2 So that explains the voices

5 Anxiety not attached to any particular event or object

6 Free floating

7 Disorder in which anxiety, which is not attached to any specific object or event, causes prolonged vague but intense fears

8 GAD

9 This disorder is characterized by intense bouts of fear and may cause one to be agoraphobic.

10 Panic disorder

11 These disorders are marked by the loss of functioning of a specific body part but have no physiological cause.

12 Conversion disorder

13 This is the name of an alter identity that a person may create, in which they create an entirely new identity and experience amnesia of their previous life.

14 Fugue

15 Marked by bouts of mania and depression

16 Bipolar disorder

17 Another name for mood disorders

18 Affective disorders

19 This method, which proves to be effective for Major Depressive Disorder, will only be used in cases of suicide threat or if all other treatments fail

20 ECT

21 Light therapy is often used for this mood disorder.

22 SAD

23 Mood disorders can often be found on this axis of the DSM- IV TR

24 Axis I

25 Characterized by a lack of remorse and behavior that counters social norms; May involve doing harm to others and deceit

26 Antisocial

27 Characterized by a sense of self- importance and entitlement

28 Narcissistic

29 Characterized by the inability to make decisions and trouble expressing dissent

30 Dependent

31 Characterized by withdrawn behavior and the lack of desire to create social relationships

32 Schizoid

33 Characterized by a feeling of inferiority and a fear of social situations.

34 Avoidant

35 A symptom of schizophrenia involving false visual or auditory perceptions which often come in the form of voices.

36 hallucinations

37 This is the name of the symptoms that appear in schizophrenics but not in healthy individuals

38 “Positive”

39 This is the classification of symptoms that appear in healthy individuals but don’t appear in schizophrenics; Example includes “flat affect”

40 “Negative”

41 This type of schizophrenia contains symptoms of all other classifications of schizophrenia, which may include loose association, clang, and psychoticism

42 Undifferentiated

43 This disease can be the result of prolonged use of antipsychotic meds, characterized by involuntary movements, especially of the facial muscles

44 Tardive dyskinesia

45 This childhood disorder is characterized by social, but not cognitive, impairments, such as lack of eye contact and inability to interpret emotions of others

46 Aspergers

47 This childhood disorder is characterized by the ingestion of inedible items

48 Pica

49 This childhood disorder is characterized by regurgitation and rechewing of food

50 Rumination

51 This childhood disorder involves involuntary muscular movements or verbal expressions

52 Tourette’s

53 In order for both ADHD and ODD to be diagnosed, symptoms must be present for at least ___ months.

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57 Name all three clusters of personality disorders.

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