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PSY2ACH Lecture Summmaries

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A full comprehensive summary of the course from lectures 1 to 24 following the recommended key knowledge

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Psychiatry Behavioural sciences Psychology Psychiatric diagnosis Abnormal psychology RTT Depression Psychopathology Major depressive disorder Anxiety disorder Psychosis Somatization
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Psychiatry Behavioural sciences Psychology Psychiatric diagnosis Abnormal psychology RTT Depression Psychopathology Major depressive disorder Anxiety disorder Psychosis Somatization
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But pain takes on many forms and has many meanings to the person experiencing it. An important area in which health psychologists work is in the management of chronic pain conditions with the goal of improving quality of life • The nature of pain o Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage or described in terms of such damage. Thus pain is a subjective experience that can only be truly appreciated by individuals experiencing the pain. o Pain helps us protect ourselves: valuable and adaptive with an important evolutionary role. • Types of pain o Acute pain: normal, time-limited response to trauma o Recurrent pain: stems from benign causes and characterised by intense episodes of pain interspersed with no pain o ‘Sub-acute phase’: the transition from acute to chronic pain o Chron...
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