By James H. Hansell, Lisa K. Damour
Hansell & Damour's irregular Psychology, 2e will empower your scholars with the serious pondering talents to raised element, classify, clarify and eventually larger comprehend irregular behavior.
Written via practising clinicians and that includes a streamlined desk of contents, irregular Psychology, 2e bargains a brand new, leading edge method that encourages the severe pondering abilities with a purpose to aid scholars see the "forest for the trees." through putting the DSM-IV in a bigger context utilizing a large choice of examples, occasions and functions, scholars higher comprehend and contextualize the various psychological health problems mentioned within the direction. This contains a new sequence of serious considering questions tied to the "core concepts" framework of the textual content. also there are 15 new "visual essays" that spotlight an important organic principals, each one is designed to aid scholars make the relationship among biology and psychological affliction.
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As we will see, the distress and impairment criteria form the basis of the current official definition of mental disorders. In fact, Dave’s symptoms match a disorder that is formally recognized in current practice: social phobia, a significant fear and avoidance of social situations (a disorder that will be discussed in detail in Chapter 4). Thus, despite their limitations, these last two criteria, especially when used together, do seem to help us define abnormality. Core Concepts in Defining Abnormality BRIEF SUMMARY ● ● ● ● The case of Dave illustrates that it is difficult to define abnormality with any precision.
Symptoms attributed to suppression of anger, including insomnia, fatigue, panic, fear of death, depression, and indigestion. Sudden intense anxiety that sexual organs will recede into body and cause death; occasional epidemics. Hypersensitivity to sudden fright, often with nonsense mimicking of others, trancelike behavior. Psychosis tied to inherited vulnerability and/or life difficulties; incoherence, agitation, hallucinations, and possibly violence. Sufferers, mostly children, are believed to be under influence of “evil eye,” causing fitful sleep, crying, sickness, fever.
Yet they were kept in the hospital (their stays ranged from 7 to 52 days) and not one was detected as “normal” by the staff. During their hospital stays, the researchers were appalled by what they considered to be the dehumanizing experience of being a psychiatric inpatient. They felt that patients were routinely ignored and treated dismissively by the hospital staff. Rosenhan used this study primarily to emphasize the dangers of diagnostic labeling. But the study also highlights the misleading use, in this instance by trained professionals, of the “help seeking” criterion for defining abnormality.
Abnormal Psychology (2nd Edition) by James H. Hansell, Lisa K. Damour