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GT Lecture Two

Addiction - Substance Dependency and Abuse

In the DSM-IV-TR addiction is defined using the term ____________________ instead. substance abuse
What are the defining features of dependency? = A behavior that is controlled by a substance with... ...a need for dose escalation (the need for more over time (tolerance)) and withdrawal on cessation.
Dependency is dependency on substance not _______________? behaviours
The DSM does not include dependency on what two types of behaviours? Exercise and Sexual intercourse
Read over and write out Ko et al (2005) proposed diagnostic criteria for Internet Addiction and its specific functional impairment criteria .... :)
Also read over the list of symptoms that they put together for internet addiction... ..... :)
Ko et al (2005) used __ psychiatrists to check that the 454 Taiwaense adolescents were not....? They found that the psychiatrists had good ____________ reliability 7, psychotic or bipolar, inter-rater
From the use of the Ko et al (2005) proposed internet addiction criteria they found that _____ of the adolescents had an _______________ 90, internet addiction
They also found that internet addiction were more common in...? than in ....? More common in younger adolescents than older late highschoolers
Read over and write out the limitations for the Ko et al (2005) study and proposed criteria .... :)
Read and write out the Substance Dependency and Substance Abuse criteria .... :)
The DSM-5 is out soon and it has been suggested by Martin et al that....? substance abuse not be a diagnosis in DSM-5, that criteria for substance dependence needs clarification (cessation/stopping attempts), that dimensional approach would be better as it would provide an "undimensional continuum of substance-problem severity.
To get people motivated to recover what is the first thing you need to do? Make them realise that they have a problem!
What is the aim of the Transtheoretical model? And what is another name also used for this model? The aim is to understand processes of change common to all theories of psychotherapy. And also called the five stages of change model
What are the five stages of change and describe each one Pre-contemplation-not aware or concerned of problem, Contemplating-vaguely considering change, want to but dont know how, Preparation-intention, starting to plan, Action - start to make change but not routine, Maintenance - keep change, has routine
Look over the short and long term effects of "P" and what mechanism is involved in "P" and what type of withdrawal.... .... :)
Investigate what the Prochaska et al (2005) study is all about... and write out the limitations after .... :)
Read and write out the evaluation of the stage model... :)
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