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Psych 251 Review

Chapter 16

TermDefinition
Criteria for identifying Abnormal Behavior- Identify by example
Diathesis-Stress Model- translate it and what does it say?
Diagnosis of Autism
Depression in infancy happens if the mother is unresponsive/interactive with the baby from 6-12 months
Suspected causes of autism
Somatic symptoms of depression body symptoms-- aches, pains, loss of appetite, tiredness
Failure to thrive is usually caused by what?
Past explanations for Hyperactivity
Present explanations for Hyperactivity
Impulsivity
Literal translation of Anorexia Nervosa
Anorexia Nervosa refusal to maintain weight that is at least 86% of the expected weight for the persons height and age
Bulimia Nervosa binge-purge syndrome-- recurrent episodes of consuming huge quantities then throwing it up
Adolescent Suicide
Created by: jshockley