MyPsychLab Student Access Code Card for Abnormal Psychology (standalone)

MyPsychLab Student Access Code Card for Abnormal Psychology (standalone)

by Deborah C. Beidel, Cynthia M. Bulik, Melinda A. Stanley
     
 

ISBN-10: 0205805833

ISBN-13: 9780205805839

Pub. Date: 01/20/2010

Publisher: Prentice Hall

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MyPsychLab is a learning and assessment tool that allows instructors to assess student performance and adapt course content without investing a lot of additional time or resources.

Students benefit from this easy-to-use site with or without their instructor’s involvement. Students can test themselves on key content, track their progress, and utilize individually tailored study plan activities, including an e-book, newsfeeds, simulations, and videos.

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ISBN-13:
9780205805839
Publisher:
Prentice Hall
Publication date:
01/20/2010
Product dimensions:
2.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.20(d)

Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1: Abnormal Psychology: Historical and Modern Perspectives

Chapter 2: Research Methods in Abnormal Psychology

Chapter 3: Assessment and Diagnosis

Chapter 4: Anxiety Disorders

Chapter 5: Somatoform, Dissociative, and Factitious Disorders

Chapter 6: Mood Disorders

Chapter 7: Eating Disorders

Chapter 8: Gender and Sexual Disorders

Chapter 9: Substance Use Disorders

Chapter 10: Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders

Chapter 11: Personality Disorders

Chapter 12: Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence

Chapter 13: Aging and Cognitive Disorders

Chapter 14: Health Psychology

Chapter 15: Abnormal Psychology: Legal, Ethical, and Professional Issues

DETAILED TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1: Abnormal Psychology: Historical and Modern Perspectives

Normal vs. Abnormal Behavior

Is Being Different Abnormal?

Group Expectations

Development and Maturity

Is Behaving Deviantly (Differently) Abnormal?

Real People, Real Disorders: Ted Kaczynski (the Unabomber) -Eccentric or Insane?

Is Behaving Dangerously Abnormal?

Is Behaving Dysfunctionally Abnormal?

A Definition of Abnormal Behavior

Abnormal Behavior in the General Population

Research Hot Topics - Categorical vs. Dimensional Approaches to Abnormal Behavior

Factors Influencing the Expression of Abnormal Behavior

Historical Views of Abnormal Behavior and Its Treatment

Ancient Theories

Classical Roman and Greek Period

Middle Ages Through the Renaissance

Examining the Evidence: Modern witchcraft, demons, and alien abductions

Examining the Evidence: Current Day Mass Hysteria

The Nineteenth Century and the Beginning of Modern Thought

The Twentieth Century

Psychoanalysis

Behaviorism

Current Views of Abnormal Behavior and Treatment

The Biological Model

Psychological Models

Psychoanalysis

Modern Psychoanalytic Theories

Behavioral Model

Cognitive Model

Humanistic Model

Sociocultural Models

Biopsychosocial Model

The Whole Story: How one disorder might have been understood and treated throughout the ages

Critical Issues to Remember

Chapter 2: Research Methods in Abnormal Psychology

Research in Abnormal Psychology at the Cellular Level

Neuroanatomy

Real People, Real Disorders: HM Man

Neurohormones and neurotransmitters

Neuroimaging

Genetics

Indirect genetics

Family Studies

Adoption Studies

Twin Studies

Molecular genetics

Research in Abnormal Psychology at the Individual Level

The Case Study

Single-Case Designs

Design strategies

Limitations

Research in Abnormal Psychology at the Group Level

Correlational Methods

Correlation is not causation

Controlled Group Designs

Racial, Ethnic, and Cultural Groups

Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Cohorts

What is a cohort?

Cross-sectional designs

Longitudinal designs

Research in Abnormal Psychology at the Population Level

Epidemiology

Research Hot Topic: National Comorbidity Survey Replication (NCS-R)

Epidemiological Research Designs

Observational epidemiology

Experimental epidemiology

Examining the Evidence: Community intervention trial for smoking cessation

(COMMIT)

The Whole Story: Participating in a Randomized Controlled Trial

Critical Issues to Remember

Chapter 3: Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis

Clinical Assessment

Goals of Assessment

Screening

Diagnosis and Treatment Planning

Outcome Evaluation

Properties of Assessment Instruments

Standardization

Reliability

Validity

Developmental and Cultural Considerations

Assessment Instruments

Clinical Interviews

Unstructured interviews

Structured interviews

Psychological Tests

Personality tests

General tests of psychological functioning

Neuropsychological testing

Intelligence tests

Real People, Real Disorders: Cases of Misdiagnosis

Projective tests

Examining the Evidence: The validity of inkblot tests

Specific tests for psychopathology–measures of therapeutic change

Behavioral assessment

Psychophysiological Assessment

Research Hot Topic: Oxytocin and “Mind Reading”

Diagnosis and Classification

History of Classification of Abnormal Behaviors (evolution of DSM)

Alternative Classification Systems (ICD)

Comorbidity

Developmental and Cultural Considerations

When is a Diagnostic System Harmful?

Research Hot Topics: Too many disorders?

Dimensional systems as an Alternative to DSM Classification

The Whole Story: Participating in a Clinical Research Trial

Critical Issues to Remember

Chapter 4: Anxiety Disorders

What is anxiety?

Fight or flight response

The elements of anxiety

How “normal” anxiety differs from “abnormal” anxiety

What are the Anxiety Disorders?

Panic attacks

Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia

Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Social Phobia

Real People, Real Disorders — A Story of Social Phobia: Ricky Williams

Specific Phobia

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorderox —

Examining the Evidence: Is trichotillomania a variant of OCD?

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Research Hot Topics — 9/11: Trauma, Grief, PTSD and Resilience

Etiology of Anxiety Disorders

Biological Perspective

Family and Genetic Studies

Neuroanatomy

Temperament and Behavioral Inhibition

Psychological Perspective

Psychodynamic theories of fear acquisition

Behavioral theories of fear acquisition

Cognitive theories of fear acquisition

The Treatment of Anxiety Disorders

Overview of Treatment

Biological Treatments

Medications

Psychosurgery

Other somatic therapies

Psychological Treatments

Psychodynamic treatment

Behavioral and Cognitive-Behavioral treatment

Research Hot Topics — Virtual Reality Therapy

The Whole Story: The Psychopathology and Treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Critical Issues to Remember

Chapter 5: Somatoform, Dissociative, and Factitious Disorders

Somatic symptoms in the general population

Somatoform Disorders

Clinical Description

Somatization disorder

Undifferentiated somatoform disorder

Conversion disorder

Pain disorder

Hypochondriasis

Body dysmorphic disorder

Functional Impairment

Epidemiology

Sex, Race and Ethnicity

Developmental Factors

Etiology

Biological Factors

Psychosocial Factors

An Integrative Model

Treatment

Dissociative Disorders

Clinical description

Dissociative Amnesia

Dissociative Fugue

Real People, Real Disorders — The Piano Man — Dissociative Fugue, Factitious Disorder or Malingering?

Dissociative Identity Disorder

Depersonalization Disorder

Functional Impairment

Epidemiology

Sex, Race, and Ethnicity

Developmental Factors

Etiology

Biological factors

Psychosocial factors

Examining the Evidence: Can Therapy Cause Dissociative Identity Disorder?

Treatment

Factitious Disorder

Clinical Description

Functional Impairment

Epidemiology

Sex, Race, and Ethnicity

Developmental Factors

Etiology and Treatment

The Whole Story

Critical Issues to Remember

Chapter 6. Mood Disorders

What are the Mood Disorders?

Major Depressive Disorder

Dysthymia

Bipolar Disorder

Examining the Evidence: Is There a Link Between Art and Madness?

Epidemiology

Sex, Race and Ethnicity Factors

Depression in women

Post-Partum Depression

Depression in racial and ethnic minorities and across cultures

Epidemiology of bipolar disorder

Developmental Factors in Depression

Developmental Factors in Bipolar Disorder

Comorbidity

Suicide

Suicidal Ideation, Suicide Attempts, and Completed Suicide

Who commits suicide?

Risk factors for suicide

Family History

Real People, Real Disorders: The Heritability of Suicide: the Hemingway and van Gogh Families

Psychiatric Illness

Biological Factors

Understanding suicide

The psychological autopsy

Prevention of suicide

Crisis intervention

Focus on high risk groups

Societal level prevention

Preventing suicide contagion

Treatment after suicide attempts

The Etiology of Mood Disorders

Biological Perspective

Genetics and Family Studies

Neuroimaging Studies

Environmental Factors and Life Events

Research Hot Topic: Gene x Environment Interaction

Psychological Perspective

Psychodynamic theory

Attachment theory

Behavioral theories

Learned helplessness

Cognitive theory

The Treatment of Mood Disorders

Major Depression

Psychological Treatments

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Interpersonal Psychotherapy

Behavioral Activation

Biological Treatments

First generation antidepressants

Second generation antidepressants

Course of treatment

Electroconvulsive Therapy

Light Therapy for Seasonal Affective Disorder

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Deep Brain Stimulation

Bipolar Disorder

Psychological Treatment

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Interpersonal and Social Rhythm Therapy

Biological Treatment

Selecting a Treatment

The Whole Story

Critical Issues to Remember

Chapter 7. Eating Disorders

Anorexia Nervosa

Clinical description

Epidemiology

Course of anorexia nervosa

Personality and anorexia nervosa

Comorbidity

Bulimia Nervosa

Clinical description

Epidemiology

Course of anorexia nervosa

Personality and anorexia nervosa

Comorbidity

Real People, Real Disorders: Elton John, Princess Diana and Bulimia

Eating Disorders Not Otherwise Specified

Binge Eating Disorder

Sex, Racial and Ethnicity Factors

Eating disorders in females and males

Eating Disorders on the Race Course

Race, ethnicity and eating disorders

Developmental factors in eating disorders

The Etiology of Eating Disorders

Biological Perspective

Animal models

Neuroendocrine and neurohormonal factors

Brain structure and functioning studies (challenge tests, MRI, etc.)

Family and genetic studies

Examining the Evidence: Genes vs. Environment in Anorexia Nervosa

Psychological Perspective

Psychodynamic interpretation

Cognitive-behavioral theories

Sociocultural theories

Bulimia Nervosa — Thoughts in Response to a Package of Cookies

The Treatment of Eating Disorders

Inpatient treatment of anorexia nervosa

Biological Treatments for eating disorders

Nutritional counseling

Cognitive-Behavioral treatment

Interpersonal Psychotherapy

Family-based interventions

The Maudsley approach: the family meal

Obesity is Not an Eating Disorder

The Whole Story: Detection and Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa in a Student Athlete

Critical Issues to Remember

Chapter 8: Gender and Sexual Disorders

Normal Sexuality

Early research on sexuality

Human sexual response

Impact of biological sex on sexual response

Normal sexual practices

Gender Identity Disorder

Clinical Description

Real People, Real Disorders — Renee Richards’ Second Serve

Functional Impairment

Epidemiology

Sex, Race and Ethnicity

Developmental Factors

Etiology

Biological perspectives

Psychosocial perspectives

Treatment

Sex reassignment surgery

Psychosocial treatment

Sexual Dysfunction Disorders

Clinical Description

Sexual Desire Disorders

Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder

Sexual Aversion Disorder

Sexual Arousal Disorders

Female Sexual Arousal Disorder

Male Erectile Disorder

Orgasmic Disorders

Female Orgasmic Disorder

Male Orgasmic Disorder

Premature Ejaculation

Sexual Pain Disorder

Dysparunia

Vaginismus

Functional Impairment

Epidemiology

Developmental Factors

Etiology

Biological perspectives

Research Hot Topics — The Genetics of Female Orgasm

Psychosocial perspectives

Treatment

Biological treatment

Examining the Evidence: Viagra for Female Sexual Arousal Disorder

Psychosocial treatment

Paraphilias

Clinical Description

Exhibitionism

Fetishism

Frotteurism

Pedophilia

Sexual Masochism

Sexual Sadism

Transvestic Fetishism

Voyeurism

Other Paraphilias

Functional Impairment

Epidemiology

Sex, Race and Ethnicity

Developmental Factors

Etiology

Biological perspectives

Psychosocial perspectives

Treatment

Measurement of sexual arousal

Biological Treatments

Psychosocial Treatment

The Whole Story: The Psychopathology and Treatment of Sexual Dysfunction

Critical Issues to Remember

Chapter 9. Substance Use Disorders

How Severe is the Problem: Use, Abuse, and Dependence

Commonly Used “Licit Substances

Caffeine

Functional Impairment

Epidemiology

Nicotine

Functional Impairment

Epidemiology

Alcohol

Functional Impairment

Epidemiology

Sex, Race, and Ethnicity

Illicit substances

Cannabis

Research Hot Topic: Medical Uses of Marijuana

Functional Impairment

Epidemiology

Sex, Race, and Ethnicity

CNS stimulants

Functional Impairment

Epidemiology

Cocaine

Functional Impairment

Epidemiology

Sedative Hypnotic Drugs

Functional Impairment

Epidemiology

Opiods

Functional Impairment

Real People, Real Disorders: Kurt Cobain-A Tragic End to a Life of Substance (Abuse)

Epidemiology

LSD and Natural Hallucinogens

Functional Impairment

Epidemiology

Inhalants

Functional Impairment

Epidemiology

Etiology of Substance Related Disorders

Biological Perspective

Family and genetic studies

Neurobiology

Psychological Perspective

Behavioral theories

Cognitive theories

Sociocultural theories

Treatment of Substance Abuse and Dependence

Behavioral approaches

Cognitive behavioral approaches

Motivational Enhancement Therapy

Other Approaches with a Behavioral Component

Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous

Biological approaches

Agonists substitution

Nicotine replacement therapy

Antagonist substitution

Aversive treatment

Vaccines

Examining the Evidence: Controlled Drinking?

The Whole Story: Gloria

Critical Issues to Remember

Chapter 10: Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders

Psychotic Disorders

What is psychosis?

What is schizophrenia?

What schizophrenia is not

Multiple personality

Split personality

A condition involving violence toward other

Schizophrenia

Symptoms

Real People, Real Disorders: John Nash — A Beautiful Mind

Functional Impairment

Epidemiology

Sex, race and ethnicity

Developmental factors

Other Psychotic Disorders

Post-Partum Depression: A Happy Event Leads to Unbelievable Tragedy

Etiology of Schizophrenia

Biological factors

Neurotransmitters

Genetics and family studies

Examining the Evidence: Genetics and the Environment in the Development of Schizophrenia

Neuroanatomy

Viral theories and other prenatal stressors

A neurodevelopmental model of schizophrenia

Family Influence

Treatment of schizophrenia and psychotic disorders

Pharmacological treatment

Typical antipsychotics

Atypical antipsychotics

Research Hot Topics: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Psychosocial treatment

Psychoeducation

Cognitive-behavioral treatment

Social skills training

Supported employment

The Whole Story: Diagnosis and Treatment of Schizophrenia

Critical issues to remember

Chapter 11. Personality Disorders

Personality trait vs personality disorder

Personality Disorder Clusters

Cluster A: Odd Personality Disorders

Paranoid personality disorder

Schizoid personality disorder

Schizotypal personality disorder

Cluster B: Dramatic Personality Disorders

Antisocial Personality Disorder

Real People, Real Disorders: Jeffrey Dahmer — Antisocial personality disorder

Narcissistic personality disorder

Borderline personality disorder

Histrionic personality disorder

Cluster C: Anxious and Fearful Personality Disorder

Avoidant personality disorder

Examining the Evidence: Social Phobia vs. Avoidant Personality Disorder

Dependent personality disorder

Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder

Other Personality Disorders

Developmental Factors and Personality Disorder

Comorbidity and Functional Impairment

Sex, Race and Ethnicity

Etiology of Personality Disorder

Biological Perspective

Research Hot Topic: Tracking Temperament from Childhood into Adulthood

Family and genetic studies

The role of traumatic events

Brain structure and functioning studies

Psychological Perspective

Psychodynamic interpretation

Cognitive-behavioral theories

Sociocultural theories

Treatment of Personality Disorders

The Whole Story: Assessment and Treatment of Personality Disorder

Critical Issues to Remember

Chapter 12: Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence

Introduction to Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence

Mental Retardation

Functional Impairment

Etiology

Treatment

Learning Disorders

Functional Impairment

Etiology

Treatment

Pervasive Developmental Disorders

Functional Impairment

Real People, Real Disorders: Temple Grandin, Ph.D.

Etiology

Examining the Evidence — Do Vaccines Produce Autism?

Treatment

ADHD and Disruptive Behavior Disorders

ADHD

Functional Impairment

Etiology

Treatment

Research Hot Topics — Psychotropic Medication Use in Children

Conduct Disorder and Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Etiology

Treatment

Childhood Disorders of Eating, Sleeping and Elimination

Feeding and Eating Disorders

Sleep Disorders

Elimination Disorders

The Whole Story: The Psychopathology and Treatment of a Child with Encopresis

Critical Issues to Remember

Chapter 13: Aging and Cognitive Disorders

Symptoms and Disorders of Aging

Geropsychology as a unique field

Successful Aging

Psychological Symptoms and Disorders among Older People

Depression And Anxiety in Later Life

Unipolar and Biopolar Depression

Description

Prevalence and Impact

Sex, Race, and Cultural Issues

Etiology of Depression in Later Life

Psychological theories

Treatment of Depression in Older Patients

Research Hot Topic: Translating Research in Geropsychology to the Real World

Anxiety in Later Life

Description

Examining the Evidence: Depressed or anxious in later life?

Prevalence and Impact

Sex, Race, and Cultural Issues

Etiology of Anxiety in Later Life

Treatment of Anxiety in Older Patients

Substance Abuse and Psychosis in Later Life

Substance Abuse

Description

Prevalence and Impact

Problematic or Risky Drinking

Sex, Race, and Cultural Issues

Etiology

Treatment of Substance Abuse

Psychosis

Description

Prevalence and Impact

Sex, Race, and Cultural Issues

Etiology

Treatment of Psychosis

Cognitive Disorders

Delirium

Description

Prevalence and Impact

Sex, Race, and Cultural Issues

Etiology

Treatment

Dementia

Description and types of dementia

Real People, Real Disorders: Ronald Reagan - Decreasing the Stigma of Alzheimer’s Disease

Prevalence and Impact

Sex, Race, and Cultural Issues

Examining the Evidence: Is Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) a precursor of dementia or a separate syndrome?

Etiology of Dementia

Treatment of Dementia and Related Difficulties

The Whole Story: Treating Cognitive Impairments

Critical Issues to Remember

Chapter 14: Health Psychology

Health Psychology: Defining the Field

The Mind-Body Relationship

Psychological Influences on Health

The Role of Stress in Physical and Mental Health

Defining Stress

Measuring Stress

The Impact of Stress on Health

Physiology of Stress

Stress and the Immune System

The Psychological Impact of Stress

Moderators of Stress

Sex, Race, and Developmental Issues

Research Hot Topic: Religion, Stress, and Health

Psychology and Behavior in Medical Illness

Behavior and Health

Healthy Eating

Exercise and Physical Activity

Smoking

Psychological Factors Affecting Physical Conditions

Real People, Real Disorders: Magic Johnson — Living with HIV

HIV/AIDS

Cancer

Real People, Real Disorders: Lance Armstrong, Cancer Survivor

Chronic Pain

Examining the Evidence: Are Opioid Medications Useful or Too Risky in the Treatment of Pain?

Insomnia

Psychology Treatments for Health-related Conditions

The Role of a Health Psychologist

Health Psychology Interventions

Increasing Healthy Behaviors

Stress Management

Adjusting to Chronic Illness

The Whole Story — Assessment and Treatment of Breast Cancer

Critical Issues to Remember

Chapter 15: Abnormal Psychology: Legal, Ethical, and Professional Issues

Law, Ethics and Issues of Treatment

Deinstitutionalization

More humane treatment

Homelessness

Civil Commitment

Criminal Commitment

Mental Illness vs. Insanity

Real People, Real Disorders: Kenneth Bianchi, Patty Hearst, and Dr. Martin Orne

Incompetent to Stand Trial

Right to Refuse Medication/Treatment

Privacy, Confidentiality and Privilege in Abnormal Psychology

HIPPA

Duty to Warn

Predicting Dangerousness

Licensing and Malpractice Issues

Licensing

Malpractice

Professional Issues

Scientist-Practitioner Model

Prescription Privileges

Research and Clinical Trials

Rights of participants in research

Nuremberg Code, Belmont Report, Helsinki Accord

Considerations with children and adolescents

The ethics of placebo control

Research Hot Topics — Uses of Placebo in Clinical Research

Cultural perceptions regarding research

Examining the Evidence - Children and Non-Therapeutic Research

The Whole Story: Mental Illness and Insanity

Critical Issues to Remember

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