motiveless resistance to commands and attempts to be moved
newly made up word or an everyday word used in an idiosyncratic way
a disorder in which the individual has insight into the illness and they can distinguish between subjective experience and external reality
delusional belief that oneself, or others or the world does not exist or is about to cease to exist
difficulty in naming objects
Obsessions - repetitive, seemingly irrational thoughts that come to mind despite resitance
Overvalued idea - a sustained preoccupation that is unreasonable given the evidence available, that is held strongly but not to a delusional degree
PARADOXICAL FAMILY THERAPY
NOT RESPOSIBLE FOR ONES CONDITION
WANT TO RECOVER
CLASSICAL RESPONDENT LEARNING.USED LIGHT OR BELL W FOOD FOR DOGS.
CLASSIC; FOOD 1ST.
BELL FOLLOWED BY FOOD LED TO SALIVATION
0.5 SEC DELAY BEST.
NOTE HERE THE LIGHT CONTINUED UNTIL THE RESPONSE OCCURRED.
ONSET OF BOTH AT THE SAME TIME .LESS SUCCESSFUL THAN DELAYED.
BELL ENDS BEFORE FOOD STARTED.GREATER GAP WORSE CONDITIONING.
EXTINCTION AND PARTIAL RECOVERY
INCUBATION -----increase in response following brief exposures
STIMULUS PREPAREDNESS- SELIGMANN.
LITTLE ALBERT------WATSON AND RAYNER white rat w loud noise in 11/12 old.
NB ALSO THAT RESCORLE IS A BIG NAME IN CLASSICAL CONDITIONING
CURIOSITY AND EXPLORITORY DRIVE
GENETIC EPISTEMOLOGY- THIS IS WHAT HE CALLED THE STUDY OF KIDS INTELLIGENCE
MODEL OF COGNITIVE DEV
SENSORIMOTOR STAGE 0-2
CONCRETE OPERATIONAL 7-12
FORMAL OPERATIONAL 13+
DESCRIBED THE SIMPLEX SYNDROME
MANIE SANS DELIRE
TYPE S-------SOMATIC DEPRESSION
TYPE J -----JUSTIFIABLE DEPRESSION
MORAL INSANITY FOR P.D.
word or phrase is repeated
acute, episodic attacks of extreme anxiety - may occur with or without physiological symptoms
vivid imagery that occurs whilst looking at a poorly structured background
distorted recall leading to falsification of memory e.g. confabulation, déjà vu, déjà pensé, jamais vu, retrospective falsification
Passing by the point (vorbeigehen)
answers to questions, though obviously wrong indicate that the person has understood the question. e.g how many legs has a table? - 3. Occurs in Ganser's Syndrome - described in prisoners awaiting trial
delusional belief that an external agency is controlling the aspects of oneself that are usually under one's own control - e.g. though alienation, made feelings, made impulses, made actions and somatic passivity
Perseveration (of speech and movement)
mental operations carry on past the point that they serve a function e.g. what day is it? Monday, what time is it? Monday. Seen in organic disorders
deeply ingrained and pervasive patterns of behaviour that are seen in a widerange of situations and cause distress to oneself or others
persistent irrational fear of an activity or object. This leads to avoidance. The fear is out of proportion of the reality of the threat
inappropriate or bizarre bodily posture adopted continuously over a sustained period
Poverty of speech
reduced speech - tends to occur in severe depressive states
Pressure of speech
increased quantity and rate of speech - tends to occur in manic states
delusion arriving fully formed without any discernable connection with previous events
Profound mental retardation
IQ of less than 20
defense mechanism in which repressed thoughts and wishes are attributed to other people or objects
inability to recognise faces
depressive states in the elderly may present as a dementia
form of imagery arising in the subjective inner space and lack the substantiality usual of normal perceptions.
disorder in which the individual does not have insight and constructs a false environment out of inner experiences