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Abnormal Psychology Notes and Studies

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Notes and studies for abnormal psychology all linking back to learning outcomes and in table format

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Psychiatric diagnosis Depression Abnormal psychology Mood disorders Bipolar spectrum Major depressive disorder Psychology Stress Depression in childhood and adolescence Mental disorder
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Psychiatric diagnosis Depression Abnormal psychology Mood disorders Bipolar spectrum Major depressive disorder Psychology Stress Depression in childhood and adolescence Mental disorder
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No content just the way you approach it main study then supporting and contradicting studies Does not mean that it is not classified as an anxiety disorder anymore and around the world Examine the concepts of normality and abnormality. Rosenhan and Seligman 1984 7 criteria Jahoda 1958 Ssazz 1962 psychological normality and abnormality are culturally defined concepts, which are based on objective criteria. He argues that it is not possible to identify the biological correlates of mental illness. Therefore psychological disorders should be seen as problems of living. ...
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