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behavioral Med HY

WVSOM -- Combank/Kaplan/FA -- High Yield Behavioral Med

ability to make sound decisions regarding everyday activities. judgement
external range of expression described in terms of quality, range and appropriateness affect
ability of a patient to understand his/her current condition and its implcations insight
words invented by the patient neologisms
How do you assess judgement? By evaluating previous decision-making but can also be by asking hypothetical questions
How do you evaluate affect? observe the patient
How do you assess memory ability of the patient to recall 3 objects after 5 minutes
avoidance of a painful reality denial
copes with stress by attributing an unacceptable impulse to an external source projection
produes a temporary drstic change in personality, memory, consciousness or motor behavior to avoid emotional stress. dissociation
servere forms of this may lead to multiple personalties dissociation
formulate behavioral responses that oppose the unconscious drive. reaction formation
Created by: tjamrose