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         Psychological Disorders:     more books (100)
  1. Psychological Disorders of Children: Behavioural Approach to Theory, Research and Therapy (Psychology) by Alan O. Ross, 1980-01-01
  2. The Eating Disorders: Medical and Psychological Bases of Diagnosis and Treatment by Barton J. Blinder, Barry F. Chaitin, 1988-12
  3. Living With Schizophrenia (Psychological Disorders Series, Bk 2) (Volume 0) by Stuart Emmons, Craig Geiser, et all 1997-10-01
  4. Sleep Disorders (Psychological Disorders) by Mary Brophy Marcus, 2009-01-30
  5. Bipolar Puzzle Solution: A Mental Health Client's Perspective (Psychological Disorders Series , No 1) by Bryan L. Court, Gerald E. Nelson, 1996-08-01
  6. Bipolar Disorder in Young People: A Psychological Intervention Manual by Craig A. Macneil, Melissa K. Hasty, et all 2009-05-11
  7. Personality Disorders (Psychological Disorders) by Christine, Ph.d. Collins, Heather Veague, 2007-01-30
  8. Antisocial Personality Disorder:A Practitioner's Guide to Comparative Treatments (Comparative Treatments for Psychological Disorders) by Frederick Rotgers PsyDABPP, 2005-11-10
  9. Anxiety Disorders (Psychological Disorders) by Sucheta Connolly, Cynthia L. Petty, et all 2006-07-30
  10. Conduct Disorders: A Practitioner's Guide to Comparative Treatments (Springer Series on Comparative Treatments for Psychological Disorders) by Audrey L. Nelson PhDRNFAAN, 2006-02-28
  11. Abnormal Psychology: Clinical Perspectives on Psychological Disorders 5th edition
  12. Casebook of Psychological Disorders: The Human Face of Emotional Distress by Steven S. Schwartzberg, 1999-07-03
  13. Disorders First Diagnosed in Childhood (The Encyclopedia of Psychological Disorders) by Daniel Partner, 2000-09
  14. Impulse Control Disorders (Psychological Disorders) by Christine A. Adamec, 2008-10-30

41. KLUWER Academic Publishers | The Rationality Of Psychological Disorders
Books » The Rationality of psychological disorders. The Rationalityof psychological disorders Psychobizarreness Theory. Add to cart.
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Bar Ilan University, Israel
The Rationality of Psychological Disorders
is a `true endeavor that presents a definite challenge to the scientific community of Psychology'. This book is a must-read for scientists, mental health professionals and others who search for the logic and rationale in the irrational and bizarre.' Elizabeth F. Loftus , University of Washington, Past President, American Psychological Society.
David S. Holmes , Chancellor and Distinguished Professor, University of Kansas. Contents
Kluwer Academic Publishers, Boston
Hardbound, ISBN 0-7923-7931-4
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42. KLUWER Academic Publishers | The Physiology Of Psychological Disorders
Books » The Physiology of psychological disorders. The Physiology of PsychologicalDisorders Schizophrenia, Depression, Anxiety and Substance Abuse. Add to cart.
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James G. Hollandsworth Jr.
University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, USA
Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers
Hardbound, ISBN 0-306-43353-2
January 1990, 336 pp. EUR 76.50 / USD 78.50 / GBP 47.50 Available at a reduced price for course adoption when ordering six copies or more. Please contact Customer Services ( for further details. Home Help section About Us Contact Us ... Search

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44. Quiz: Psychological Disorders
INTROPSYCH.ORG Quiz psychological disorders. Select another topic Go tothe homepage What family of psychological disorders do phobias belong to?
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Select another topic Go to the homepage Answer the following questions by clicking on the correct answer. The solution will be shown below the questions.
  • Which of the following disorders is characterized by uncontrollable happiness, excessive amounts of energy, and delusions of grandeur?
  • Personality disorder Mania Schizophrenia Depression ... Obsessive-compulsive disorder Panic attacks are caused entirely by inherited genes.
  • True False About 1/3 of all people experience a psychological disorder at some point in their lifetime.
  • True False Which of the following is NOT a negative symptom of schizophrenia.
  • Disordered attention/perception Loss of emotion Catatonia Hallucinations What family of psychological disorders do phobias belong to?
  • Dissociative disorders Personality disorders Anxiety disorders Mood disorders ... Schizophrenia Which of the following are personality disorders?
  • Catatonia and anhedonia disorders Antisocial and histrionic disorders Mania and depression Phobia and panic attack If a person is dysfunctional, dangerous, and deviant, then they might have a psychological disorder.
  • True False A person with paranoid personality disorder would typically ...
  • 45. CyberSpace Search!
    SEARCH THE WEB. Results 1 through 8 of 8 for psychological disorders. ResearchAssistance has papers on psychological disorders! And disorders

    46. PsychSite
    Differentiating psychological disorders (Also try The DSMIV Classification forpsychological disorders) How well can you tell the different psychological
    Differentiating Psychological Disorders
    (Also try: The DSM-IV Classification for Psychological Disorders How well can you tell the different psychological disorders apart? This exercise will help you learn the differences among the different disorders and reinforce those distinctions. Your task in this exercise is to match the name of different psychological disorders with their correct definitions. Simply type in the correct name of the disorder in the box following each of the definitions given below. Name of Psychological Disorder:
    • Agoraphobia
    • Antisocial Personality Disorder
    • Bipolar Disorder
    • Generalized Anxiety Disorder
    • Major Depression
    • Multiple Personality Disorder
    • Narcissistic Personality Disorder
    • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
    • Phobic Disorder
    • Psychogenic amnesia
    • Schizophrenia
    • Somatization Disorder
  • A psychological disorder characterized by high levels of anxiety that are not specific to any single source.
  • A psychological disorder characterized by unrealistic and excessive fear of a particular class of stimuli.
  • A psychological disorder characterized by the fear of being away from a safe place or safe person.
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    48. Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment Of Psychological Disorders
    Spring 2003, Psychology 2420. CognitiveBehavioral Treatment of PsychologicalDisorders. Richard McNally. Covers current cognitive-behavioral
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    Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Psychological Disorders
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    Covers current cognitive-behavioral approaches to the treatment of common psychological disorders in adults. Emphasis is on the practical aspects of treatment, and on treatment outcome research. Includes theoretical underpinnings of cognitive-behavioral therapy.
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    I am a Professor and Chairperson of the Psychology Department at Lebanon Valley College. I am also a Licensed Psychologist in Pennsylvania and West Virginia and a consultant. This website provides information about topics in psychology such as psychopharmacology and psychological disorders such as schizophrenia, depression, eating disorders and body-image disturbance. This site also contains a collection of internet links for college students, and links for the topics of psychopharmacology, clinical psychology, creativity, eating disorders, serious mental illness and others. Thank-you for visiting and come back soon.

    50. Oxford University Sleep And Psychological Disorders
    psychological disorders and Sleep. The psychological disorders and Sleep ResearchGroup at the University of Oxford is led by Dr Allison Harvey.

    51. Oxford University Sleep And Psychological Disorders
    Sleep disturbance in other psychological disorders. On the basis (1)that insomnia is a symptom of most psychological disorders, (2

    52. Psychological Disorders
    psychological disorders. 10/27/02. Click here to start. Table of Contents. PPTSlide. psychological disorders. Three models of psychological disorders.
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    54. Psychological Disorders
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    55. OAS Faculty Handbook: Psychological Disorders
    psychological disorders. A student is required to make up missed assignmentsand tests. If you want to know more about psychological disorders….
    Psychological Disorders Psychological disorders cover a wide range of disorders such as neuroses, psychoses, and personality disorders. The majority of psychological disorders are controlled using a combination of medications and psychotherapy. If the student self-discloses to the instructor, it may be appropriate to discuss problems and side effects associated with medications. Only a limited number of court cases have been conducted to set precedents for reasonable accommodations for students with any of these disorders. Based on court rulings on other types of disabilities it is probably that some of the following accommodations may be considered appropriate and reasonable.
    Accommodations may include:
    • extended time for exams, quiet testing area with a proctor
      note takers, readers, computers, or tape recorders in class
      seating arrangements that enhance the learning experience of the student
      incompletes or late withdrawals in place of course failures in the event of prolonged illness
      assistance with time management and study skills
      encouragement to use relaxation and stress reducing techniques during exams
      flexibility in the attendance requirements in case of health-related absences
    A student is required to make up missed assignments and tests.

    56. The Raj - Psychological Disorders
    The Maharishi Vedic Medicine SM Approach to psychological disorders Including Anxietyand Depression. Introduction. The Root Causes of psychological disorders.

    Program Overview
    Medical Consultations In-Residence Treatments Case Study The Maharishi Vedic Medicine SM Approach to Psychological Disorders
    Including Anxiety and Depression.
    The Raj program for psychological disorders is conducted under the supervision of a licensed Medical Doctor and draws on knowledge from Maharishi Vedic Medicine, the world's oldest and most complete system of natural medicine. Through its unique assessment of causal imbalances at the basis of a condition and its wide range of time -tested recommendations, Maharishi Vedic Medicine provides the most comprehensive natural approach for psychological disorders available today.
    Ayurvedic assessment of balance and imbalance in psychological disorders.
    A quick review of psychological disorders shows why many imbalances could contribute to these conditions. Therefore gaining true relief from disorders like anxiety and depression will usually require a multi-factor, natural approach as is offered at The Raj. The buildup of chemical imbalances in the physiology can create psychological imbalance. These impurities often aggregate due to poor diet, weak digestion and blocked elimination. According to Ayur-Veda psychological disturbances start when fundamental imbalances develop in the deepest level of physiological functioning, the biological intelligence that controls all bodily processes. Biological intelligence has three divisions called Vata, Pitta and Kapha. When Vata is imbalanced a person becomes prone to anxiety, fear, mental instability and insomnia. When Pitta is imbalanced the individual becomes prone to anger and irritability. When Kapha is imbalanced the person is prone to lethargy and depression.

    57. The Raj - Psychological Disorders Case Study
    A 55 year old gentleman entered The Center for Chronic Disorders on November 5,1997 for a 21day course of treatment for hypertension, Type II diabetes (non

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    Medical Consultations In-Residence Treatments Case Study Case Study: Diabetes-Type II, Hypertension, and Depression A 55 year old gentleman entered The Center for Chronic Disorders on November 5, 1997 for a 21-day course of treatment for hypertension, Type II diabetes (non-insulin dependent), and depression. On admission to the program, he was taking medication for control of all three disorders. Following is a brief synopsis with respect to each disorder: a. Hypertension: Prior to starting medication in 1995, his blood pressure had been elevated (170/106). A few months prior to starting the Chronic Disorders Program (CDP), he had attempted to come off the medication on his own, but his blood pressure became elevated within one week (160/90) and the medication had to be resumed. On entering the CDP his blood pressure on medication was normal; however, he was experiencing side-effects from the medication, including depression and fatigue. After beginning the Chronic Disorders Program (CDP), his blood pressure medicine was stopped, but his blood pressure remained normal. On completing the 21-day program, he was placed on a home regimen which included some of the treatments used during the CDP. Five months following discharge from the CDP, his blood pressure continues to be normal (average 121/79) without medication. b. Diabetes, Type II: On admission, his blood sugars were poorly controlled, with daily fasting blood sugars averaging 212 during the month prior to his entry into the program (the ideal value for a diabetic is less than 120). During the 21-day CDP, his diabetes medicine was tapered to about one-half the admission dose. Despite this decrease in medicine, his fasting blood sugars dropped to an average of 118.7 over the final 12 days of treatment, a drop of 93 points from admission. His weight decreased from 147 on admission to 144 at discharge. Five months following discharge from the CDP, his hemoglobin A1C (a test of long-range blood sugar control) is 7.4 ("excellent control") compared to 8.4 just prior to admission. His medication dose remains half the pre-admission dose.

    58. Dr. Daniel Goeckner, PhD
    Information about the practice and certain psychological disorders and treatments. Includes information on biofeedback and trichotillomania.
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    59. Gene Identified That May Play Role In Psychological Disorders
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    COLUMBUS, Ohio - Researchers are now investigating a gene they suspect may contribute to the development of psychological disorders such as clinical anxiety or panic attacks. A new study found that people with a particular variation in the serotonin transporter gene (5-HTT) showed a greater fear response during a laboratory experiment. "While a single gene cannot be held accountable for complex emotional states - such as anxiety disorders - we're beginning to pinpoint which genetic traits may make a person susceptible to developing psychological disorders," said Norman Schmidt, a study co-author and an associate professor of psychology at Ohio State University. The study appears in the new issue of the Journal of Abnormal Psychology , published June 14.

    60. Faculty Guide Psychological Disorders
    This is a section of the Southern Connecticut State University Disability ResourceOffice's Faculty Handbook describing psychological disorders and their
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    ... Contact Information Psychological disorders cover a wide range of conditions, including attention deficit disorders, eating disorders, depressive disorders, and other conditions. The majority of psychological disorders are treated using a combination of medication, therapy, and support. Because of the social stigma that often accompanies these conditions, students may be reluctant to disclose their needs for accommodations. Some of the causes of these disorders are trauma, biochemical imbalances, highly stressful life experiences and other genetic, biological and social factors. While it likely takes a combination of several of these factors to produce a serious psychological disability, researchers are working to discover specific causes of these conditions. The psychological disorders most commonly experienced by students at Southern include:
    • Anxiety Attention Deficit Disorders Depressive Disorders Eating Disorders Panic Disorders Personality Disorders Post Traumatic Stress Disorders Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders Schizophrenia Substance Abuse
    General Considerations
    When a student with a disability makes a request for an accommodation, try to satisfy the request as soon as possible. If a request seems unreasonable, check with the DRO-don't just ignore the request.

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