The Purpose of Flashcards

Longterm potentiation

Among the many ways, we can use to enhance our long-term memory and our ability to recall, self-testing is particularly popular. Even if you cannot recall, that forceful trial to recall itself enhances long-term memories.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    Neuroanatomy

    • Structure of the Nervous System

    • Mixed Quiz

  • 2

    Neurophysiology

    • Structure and function of cells

    • Mixed Quiz

  • 3

    Psychopharmacology

    • Principles of Psychopharmacology

    • Neuromuscular blockers

    • Cholinergics & Adrenergics

    • Mixed Quiz

  • 4

    Stress and Related

    • Trauma Mixed

  • 5

    Development

    • Mixed Quiz

    • Psychoanalytical theory

  • 6

    Clinical Psychology

    • Contemporary Clinical Psychology

    • Foundations and Early History of Clinical Psychology

    • Recent History of Clinical Psychology

    • Research: Design and Outcome

    • The Major Theoretical Models: Paving the Way Toward Integration

    • Classical conditioning

    • Operant conditioning

    • Integrative and Biopsychosocial Approaches

  • 7

    Therapies

    • Freudian Psychoanalysis

    • Transference and countertransference

    • Adler's Individual Psychology

    • Jung's Analytical Psychotherapy

    • Object Relations Theory

    • Humanistic and Constructivist Psychotherapies

    • Person-Centered Therapy

    • Gestalt Therapy

    • Existential Therapy

    • Reality Therapy

    • Personal Construct Therapy

    • Brief Therapies 

    • Interpersonal Therapy 

    • Solution-Focused Therapy 

    • The Transtheoretical Model

    • Motivational Interviewing

    • Family Therapies 

    • Communication/Interaction Family Therapy

    • Extended Family Systems Therapy 

    • Structural Family Therapy 

    • Strategic Family Therapy

    • Milan Systemic Family Therapy

    • Behavioral Family Therapy 

    • Object Relations Family Therapy 

    • Group Therapy 

    • Feminist Therapy 

    • Complementary and Alternative Medicine 

    • Community Psychology

    • Consultation 

    • General Outcome Studies 

    • Effectiveness Research

    • Psychotherapy with Members of Diverse Populations 

    • Interventions for Older Adults 

    • Interventions for Victims of Spousal/Partner Abuse 

    • Other Issues in Psychotherapy Practice and Research 

    • Guidelines for Members of Specific Groups 

    • Adlerian Therapy

    • Existential Therapy

    • Person-Centred Therapy

    • Psychoanalytic

    • Gestalt Therapy

    • Reality Therapy

    • Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

    • Family Systems Approaches

    • Postmodern Therapy

    • Integrative Approach

    • Feminist Counselling

    • Behaviour Therapy

  • 8

    Clinical Psychology 3

    • Defining Mental Illness

    • Personality disorders 

    • Trauma 

    • A Metacognitive Therapy for Anxiety Disorders: Buddhist Psychology Applied 

    • Depression 

    • Mind: A Buddhist Perspective & Mindfulness in Clinical Work

    • An Attachment perspective on psychopathology

    • Mood Disorders 

    • Anxiety 

    • Nature, self + development

    • Schizophrenia & Disorders of Self 

    • Anxiety Disorders 

    • Self, Identity + Personality Disorders 

    • Eating Disorders 

    • Addiction & Substance Use 

    • Treatment approaches 

    • History of mental Health perspectives and Treatment approaches 

  • 9

    Psychometric Testing

    • Psychological Testing and Assessment

    • Historical, Cultural, and Legal/Ethical Considerations

    • Of Tests and Testing

    • Mixed

    • Reliability (DN)

    • Validity

    • Cath

    • Test Development

    • Mix 01

    • Mix 02

    • Test Development: Conceptualization

    • Test Development: Construction

    • Mixed

    • Mixed

    • Keywords

    • Keywords

    • Revision

    • Ethics

    • Introduction to Psychological Testing

    • Validity & Reliability

    • Theories & Measurement of Intelligence Catherine

    • Individual & Group Differences (Catherine)

    • Test Development 2: Item Analysis & Score Meaning

    • Educational Testing

    • Exam Questions

    • Tests of Intelligence

    • Test Development

    • Learning Objectives

    • Test Development

    • Mixed

    • Lastfew

    • Extras

    • Neuropsychological Assessment (DN)

    • Forensic Testing

  • 10

    Toxicology

    • Test #1

    • Test #2

    • Final

  • 11

    Statistics for Behavioral Science

    • Introduction to Statistics and Research Design

    • Frequency Distributions

    • Visual Displays of Data

    • Central Tendency and Variability

    • Sampling and Probability

  • 12

    Research Methods

    • Psychology is a way of thinking

    • Sources of information: evaluating, finding, and reading information

    • Three claims, four validities: interrogation tools for consumers of research

    • Ethical guidelines for psychology research

    • Identifying good measurement

    • Describing what people do: surveys, observations and sampling

    • Bivariate correlational research

    • Multivariate correlational research

    • Introduction to simple experiments

    • More on experiments- confounding and obscuring variables

  • 13

    Schizophrenia

    • Clinical characteristics of schizophrenia

    • Clinical characteristics of schizophrenia

    • Biological explanations

    • Biological treatments

    • Psychological treatments

    • Psychological explanations

  • 14

    Medical Law and Ethics

    • Making Ethical Decisions

    • Introduction to Medical Law and Ethics

    • Working in Health Care

    • Law, The Courts and Contracts

    • Defenses to Liability Suits

    • Medical Records and Informed Consent

    • Privacy Law and HIPAA

    • Physician's Public Duties and Responsibilities

    • Workplace Legalities

    • The Beginning of Life and Childhood

    • Death and Dying

    • Health care Trends and Forecast

  • 15

    Developmental Psychology

    • TEST #1

    • Test #2-Dev Psych

    • Test #4

    • The Real Test #3

    • Test #5

  • 16

    Psychiatry Questions

    • Self harm and suicide

    • Substance misuse

    • Psychotic disorders

    • Alcohol and substance related disorders

    • Bipolar affective disorder

    • Depressive disorders

    • Eating disorders

    • Electroconvulsive therapy

    • Mental health and the law 

    • Anxiety related disorders

    • Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors

    • Tricyclic antidepressants 

    • Lithium

    • Benzodiazepines

    • Personality disorders 

    • Somatoform disorders 

    • Child and adolescent psychiatry 

    • Perinatal psychiatry 

  • 17

    Psychopathology

    • Abnormality In Historical Context (lecture)

    • Abnormality in Historical Context (textbook)

    • An Integrative Approach to Psychology (lecture)

    • Text notes

    • Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis(lecture)

    • Reseach Methods

    • Anxiety Disorders

    • GAD

    • Phobias

    • Panic Disorder

    • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

    • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Acute Stress Disorder

    • Physical Disorders and Health Psychology 

    • Cognitive Disorders

    • Somatoform and Dissociative Disorders- Text

    • Somatoform and Dissociative Disorders - Lecture

    • Mood Disorders - Lecture

    • Substance Abuse Disorders and Impulse Control Disorders

    • Mood Disorders -Textbook extras 

  • 18

    Clinical Psychopathology

    • Schizophrenia Spectrum and other Psychotic Disorders

    • Mood Disorders

    • Obsessive Compulsive and related Disorders 

    • Anxiety Disorders 

    • Trauma and Stressor related disorders 

    • Substance Use Disorders 

    • Neurcognitive Disorders

    • Autism Spectrum Disorder 

    • ADHD 

    • Mood Disorders and Suicide in Children and Adolecents

    • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder of Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence

    • Seperation Anxiety Disorder 

    • Obsessive compulsive disorder in childhood and adolescence 

    • Early Onset Schizophrenia 

    • Geriatric Psychiatry 

  • 19

    Psychiatry

    • History taking, Mental state examination and making a diagnosis

    • Affective Disorders

    • Psycho-Pharmacology

    • Addictive Psychiatry

    • Psychological Therapies

    • Alcohol and Addiction

    • Schizophrenia and Psychotic Disorders

    • Personality Disorders

    • Psychiatry and the Law 

    • Children and Adolescent Psychiatry

    • Anxiety Disorders

    • Old Age psychiatry

    • Eating Disorders

    • Organic Mental Disorders

    • Learning Disability 

    • General Hospital Psychiatry 

    • Primary Care Management of mental health 

    • Unexplained Symptoms 

  • 20

    Psychiatry 2

    • Ego defenses

    • Infant deprivation effects - Psychiatric genetics

    • Child Abuse

    • Child neglect

    • Childhood and early-onset disorders

    • Pervasive developmental disorders

    • Neurotransmitter changes with disease

    • Orientation

    • Amnesias

    • Dementia

    • Psychosis

    • Hallucination types

    • Schizophrenia

    • Delusional disorder

    • Dissociative disorders

    • Mood disorder

    • Manic episode

    • Hypomanic episode

    • Bipolar disorder (manic depression)

    • Major depressive disorder

    • Atypical depression

    • Postpartum mood disturbances

    • Pathologic grief

    • Electroconvulsive therapy

    • Risk factors for suicide completion

    • Anxiety disorder

    • Panic disorder

    • Specific phobia

    • Generalized anxiety disorder

    • Obsessive-compulsive disorder

    • Post-traumatic stress disorder

    • Malingering

    • Factitious disorders

    • Somatic symptom and related disorders

    • Keeping "schizo" straight

    • Eating disorders

    • Cluster A personality disorders

    • Gender dysphoria

    • Sexual dysfunction

    • Sleep terror disorder

    • Substance use disorder

    • Stages of change in overcoming substance addiction

    • Psychoactive drug intoxication and withdrawal

    • Narcolepsy

    • Personality

    • Cluster C personality disorders

    • Heroin addiction

    • Alcoholism

    • Delirium tremens (DTs) + delirium (pg512)

    • Medications for selected psychiatric conditions

    • CNS stimulants

    • Antipsychotics (neuroleptics)

    • Atypical antipsychotics

    • Lithium

    • Buspirone

    • Antidepressants

    • SSRIs

    • SNRIs

    • Tricyclic antidepressants

    • Monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitors

    • Atypical antidepressant

  • 21

    Psychiatry3

    • Psychiatric History

    • Mental State Examination (MSE)

    • Abnormal Mood - Depressed

    • Bipolar disoders

    • Pharmacology of Antidepressants & Mood Stabilisers

    • Neurobiology of Mood Disorders

    • Management of Mood Disorders

    • Eating Disorders

    • Responses to Traumatic Stress

    • Anxiety

    • Mental Health Act

    • Capacity and Consent

    • Lifespan of Mental Health

    • Adolescent Mental Health

    • Deliberate Self Harm

    • Psychosis

    • Schizophrenia

    • Diagnosis and Formulation

    • Functional Neurological Disorders

    • Learning Disability

    • Neurobiology of Psychosis

    • Personality Disorders

    • Psychiatry & Genetics

    • Neurobiology of Addiction

    • Alcohol Use Disorders

    • Management of Opiate Misuse

    • Psychological Models of Addiction

    • Neurobiology of Cognition

    • Psychiatric Complications of Physical Disorders

    • Memory Problems - Assessment

    • ADHD

    • ASD

    • Clinical Aspects of Dementia

    • Neurobiology of Psychosis

    • Stigma

  • 22

    Psychiatry 4

    • MSE

    • Depression

    • Elevated Mood (bipolar)

    • Pharmacology of Antidepressants and Mood Stabilisers

    • Neurobiology of Mood Disorders

    • Management of Mood Disorders

    • MSE and History Notes

    • Eating Disorders

    • Anxiety Disorders

    • Responses to Traumatic Stress

    • Capacity and Consent

    • Mental Health Act 2003

    • life span of mental disorders

    • self harm and risk assessment

    • adolescent mental health

    • psychosis

    • schizophrenia

    • intellectual disability (learning disability )

    • learning disabilities and comorbidities

    • functional disorders

    • diagnosis and formulation in psychiatry

    • personality disorders

    • genetics in psychiatry

    • prescribing in psychosis

    • prescribing in anxiety

    • neurobiology of addiction

    • alcohol use disordres

    • self harm tutorial notes

    • management of opiate missuse

    • neurobiology of cognition

    • psychological models of addiction

    • revision session cards

    • psych conditions of physical disorders

    • memory problems assessment

    • ADHD

    • autism

    • clinical dementia 1

    • clinical dementia 2

    • neurobio and management of schizophrenia

    • cognitive impaireemnt tutorial

  • 23

    cognitive behavioral therapy skills applications kennerly

    • Basic Theory, Development and Current Status of CBT

    • Distinctive characteristics of CBT

    • The Therapeutic Relationship

    • Assessment and Formulation

    • Measurement in CBT

    • Helping Clients Become Their Own Therapists

    • Socratic Method

    • Cognitive Techniques

  • 24

    Personality disoders

    • Cluster B personality disorders

    • Cluster C personality disorders

    • Personality disorders 

  • 25

    Defense Mechanism

    • Definitions

  • 26

    Intro to Forensic Psychology

    • Memory for Events

    • Eyewitness Information and Identification

    • Offender Profiling

    • Psychological Profiling of Serial Arson Offenses

    • Eyewitness Reliability

    • The Trial Process I: Pre-Trial Issues

    • Social Psychology in the Courtroom

    • The Trial Process II: Trial Issues

    • Sentencing

    • Corrections

    • Alternative Correctional Programs & Parole

  • 27

    Introduction to Personality Theories

    • Introduction

    • Freud: Psychoanalysis

    • Adler: Individual Psychology

    • Jung: Analytical Psychology

    • Klein: Object Relations Theory

    • Horney: Psychoanalytic Social Theory

    • Fromm: Humanistic Psychoanalysis

    • Erikson: Post-Freudian Theory

    • Maslow: Holistic-Dynamic Theory

    • Sullivan: Interpersonal Theory

    • Rogers: Person-Centered Theory

    • May: Existential Psychology

    • Allport: Psychology Of The Individual

    • Mcrae And Costa's Five-Factor Trait Theory

    • Eysenck's Biologically Based Factor Tveory

    • Skinner: Behavioral Analysis

    • Bandura: Social Cognitive Theory

    • Rotter And Mischel: Cognitive Social Learning Theory

    • Kelly: Psychology Of Personal Constructs

  • 28

    Drugs And Behavior

    • Neuromuscular Junction Drugs

    • Parkinson's Drugs

    • Local Anesthetics

    • Non-opioid analgesics

    • Opioid analgesics

    • Anti-migraine agents

    • Antiepileptic drugs

    • Dementia drugs

    • General Anesthetics

    • Anxiolytics and hypnotics

    • Untitled quiz

    • Antidepressants and mood stabilizers

    • Drugs of Abuse

    • Glaucoma drugs

  • 29

    Clinical Psychology

    • Introduction to Clinical Psychology

    • Fundamentals of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

    • Working with Intellectual Disabilities

    • Personality Disorder

    • Digital Mental Health

    • PTSD

  • 30

    Psychiatry 5

    • SELF HARM AND SUICIDE

    • SUBSTANCE MISUSE

    • PSYCHOTIC DISORDERS

    • ALCOHOL AND SUBSTANCE RELATED DISORDERS

    • BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER

    • DEPRESSIVE DISORDERS

    • EATING DISORDERS

    • ELECTROCONVULSIVE THERAPY

    • MENTAL HEALTH AND THE LAW

    • ANXIETY RELATED DISORDERS

    • MISCELLANEOUS FACTS FROM PASSMED

    • SELECTIVE SEROTONIN REUPTAKE INHIBITORS

    • TRICYCLIC ANTIDEPRESSANTS

    • LITHIUM

    • BENZODIAZEPINES

    • MISCELLANEOUS FACTS FROM ON EXAMINATION

  • 31

    Clinical Psychology

    • Mental Status Examination

    • Anxiety Disorders

    • Mood Disorders

    • Schizophrenia

    • Psychosomatization

  • 32

    Psychology Unit 4 - Eating Behaviour

    • EATING BEHAVIOUR- factors influencing attitudes

    • EATING BEHAVIOUR- success and failure of dieting

    • EATING BEHAVIOUR-neural mechanism in control eating b

    • EATING BEHAVIOUR- evolutionary explanations of food preference

    • EATING BEHAVIOUR- anorexia nervosa (psychological)

    • EATING BEHAVIOUR- anorexia nervosa (biological)

  • 33

    Psychology A2 – Eating Disorders

    • Biological Explanations Of Anorexia Nervosa

    • Evolutionairy Explanation For Food Preferences

    • Role Of Learning In Food Preference

    • Neural And Hormonal Mechanisms Invovled In The Control Of Eating

    • SLT - Anorexia

    • Family Systems Theory For Anorexia Nervosa

    • LIST ONLY ALL OF EATING

    • Cognitive Theory And Anorexia Nervosa

  • 34

    DSM 5 QUIZ

    • Neurodevelopmental Disorders

    • Depressive Disorders (Major Depressive Disorder)

    • Anxiety Disorders

    • Obsessive Compulsive & Trichotillomania

    • Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders (Reactive Attachment Disorder/Disinhibited Social Engagement Disorder/PTSD)

    • Feeding and Eating Disorders (Pica/Anorexia/Bulimia)

    • Elimination Disorders (Enuresis/Encopresis)

    • Gender Dysphoria

    • Disruptive, Impulsive-Control and Conduct Disorders (Oppositional Defiant Disorder/Conduct Disorder)

  • 35

    Healthcare Ethics

    • Bioethics

    • Exam 2

  • 36

    Old Age Psychiatry

    • Lecture 1

    • Lecture 2

    • Lecture 3

    • Intervention in Dementia

    • Treatment in PPA

    • Group Therapy

    • Communication Strategies

    • Environmental Strategies

    • Counseling Strategies

    • Prevention Strategies

    • Dichotomous Quiz

  • 37

    Bioethics UK

    • Put patients interests first

    • Communicate effectively with patients

    • Obtain valid consent

    • Maintain and protect patients information

    • Have a clear and effective complaints procedure

    • Work with colleagues in the way that in in the patients best interest

    • Maintain, develop and work within your professional knowledge and skill

    • Raise concerns if patients are at risk

    • Make sure your personal behaviour maintains patients’ confidence in you and the dental profession

  • 38

    Eatinf Disorders

    • Eatinf Disorders

  • 39

    Eating Disorders

    • Psychological Explanations

    • Biological Explanation AN

    • Neural Mechanisms In Eating Behaviour

    • Evolutionary Explanations Of Food Preference

    • Factors Influencing Attitudes To Food/Eating Behaviour

    • Explanations For The Failure Of Dieting

  • 40

    Clinical Bioethics

    • Prelims Bioethics

  • 41

    Neuroanatomy 2

    • Session 1

    • Session 2

    • Session 3

    • Session 4

    • Session 5

    • MRI Revision

    • Brachial Plexus

    • Signalling

    • Neuropathology

    • Memory

    • Axons and axonal transmission

    • Pain

    • Auditory System

    • Neuromuscular

    • Vision

    • Relevant Clinical Points

    • CNS cell Types

    • Ion transporters and channels

    • Synaptic Transmission and Plasticity

    • Geneticsz

    • Neurotransmitters

  • 42

    Neuroanatomy 1

    • Gross Brain & Blood Supply

    • Neurohistology

    • Meninges, Ventricles, and CSF

    • Organization of the Spinal Cord

    • Spinal Reflexes

    • Intro Self Study

    • Development--Self Study

    • Histology Review--Self Study

    • Lab 1

    • Lab 2

    • Introduction to the Brainstem

    • Sensory 1

    • Sensory 2

    • Sensory 3

    • Review

    • Motor Systems 1

    • Motor System 2

    • Corticonuclear Projections

    • Basal Ganglia

    • Cerebellum

    • Cranial Nerves 1

    • Cranial Nerves 2

    • Cranial Nerves 3

    • Cranial Nerves 4

    • Cranial Nerves 5

    • Lab

    • Organization of the Brainstem

    • Hypothalamus

    • Limbic System

    • Cerebral Cortex

    • Blood Supply 2

    • Lesions 1

    • Lab 5

    • Lab 6

    • Lesions 2 (Pons)

    • Factitious disorders

    • Lesions 3

  • 43

    My Neuroanatomy Behavioral Neurosciences

    • Introductory Neuroanatomy

    • Ventricles and Cerebrospinal Fluid

    • CNS Development (finished up to slide 64, will add 65-72 later. But it is ready to use)

    • Brainstem 1: Introduction and Medulla + CN nuclei origins for medulla and pons

    • Cranial Nerves; Classification, function, and brainstem nuclei from table 12.3 and 12.4 of brainstem1 lecture (I will add 12.5 later, but ready to use now

    • Reflexes

    • Sensory

    • Neurotransmitters

    • brainstem external & internal; structures, CN, and sensory pathways

    • Meningitis I (lecture checkpoint questions)

    • Meningitis II (lecture checkpoint questions)

    • Congenital Malformations, Hydrocephalus, Perinatal lesions (includes supplemental questions)

    • IS:Introduction to Clinical Neurology and Neuropathology (Neurology section)

    • IS:Introduction to Clinical Neurology and Neuropathology (Neuropathology section)

    • IS for Infectious Disease

    • Autonomics

    • Somatosensory Pathways; DCML and Anterolateral

    • Corticospinal and other descending pathways

    • Brainstem 2: Pons and Trigeminal Sensory System + some of midbrain (CN nuclei origins diagrams for pons included in Brainstem 1 deck)

    • Brainstem 3: Trigeminal complex and midbrain (slides repeated from previous lectures are included in those decks)

    • Myelin and Metabolic Disorders

    • Anti - Seizure meds (partial summary of key stuff! not enough time to do all the info)

    • Eye - Clinical and Pathology (summarys and pictures from DSA)

    • Dizziness – Vertigo and Presyncope

    • Given drug classes, name the drugs in that class we need to know. (Cholinergic, antimuscaranic, ganglionic, adrenergic, antiadrenergic drugs)

    • Given a list of drugs, name the class of drug that they belong to. (Cholinergic, antimuscaranic, ganglionic, adrenergic, antiadrenergic drugs)

    • Given drug classes, name the drugs in that class we need to know. (Benzodiazepines, Barbiturates, Hypnotics, General anesthetics)

    • Thalamic nuclei (given a function that's affected by a lesion know the nuclei affected, its inputs, and its outputs)

    • Blood Circulation of the CNS (be able to identify the arteries that supply given parts of the CNS)

    • Given drug classes, name the drugs in that class we need to know. (Antidepressants, Bipolar drugs, antipsychotics, drugs of abuse)

    • Given a list of drugs, name the class of drug that they belong to. (Antidepressants, Bipolar drugs, antipsychotics, drugs of abuse)

  • 44

    MRes Cognitive Neuroscience Exam

    • Single-Cell

    • General

    • EEG

    • MEG

    • fMRI

    • TMS

    • Data Analysis

    • Multimodal Brain Imaging

    • Eye Tracking - Movements

  • 45

    MRCPsych - paper A

    • Who's Who

    • Genetic Conditions and Eponynous Syndromes

    • Culture-bound Syndromes

    • Schizophrenia Genetics

    • Psychopharmacology

    • EEGs

    • Questionnaires

  • 46

    Medical Ethics 1

    • Consent

    • Regulating Medical Profession

    • Dealing with Complaints

    • Mental Health Legislation

    • Dealing with Vulnerable Groups

    • Abortion + Physician Assisted Suicide

    • Pass Medicine

  • 47

    Medical Ethics 2

    • Exam 1

    • Exam 2

  • 48

    Medical Ethics 3

    • Confidentiality

    • Medical Negligence

    • End of Life

    • Mental Health Legalisation

    • Complaints

    • Genetic Controversies

    • Beginning of Life

    • Physician Assisted Suicide

    • Legal Aspects of Consent

    • Sexual Assult

  • 49

    Introduction to Autism

    • Midterm

    • Final

  • 50

    DSM

    • Lesson 01

    • Lesson 04

    • Lesson 03

    • Lesson 02

    • Lesson 05

    • Lesson 06

    • Lesson 07

  • 51

    Child Psychopathology

    • Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment

    • Chapter 2

    • Test 1 Study

    • Autism-Spectrum Disorder

    • ADHD

    • Conduct Problems

    • Anxiety Disorders

    • Test 2 Study

    • Mood Disorders

    • Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders

    • Test 3 Study

    • Substance Use Disorders and Motivational Interviewing

    • Eating Disorders

  • 52

    Autism Final

    • Unit 11

    • Unit 12

    • Unit 13

    • Unit 14

    • Unit 15

    • Paractice Questions

    • Unit 10

  • 53

    Sociocultural Psychiatry

    • Social Classification

    • Sick Role

    • Social Role of Doctors

    • Families and Mental illness

    • Life Events

    • Social Factors and Mental illness

    • Sociology of Institutions

    • Criminology and Penology

    • Stigma

    • Culture and Psychiatry

    • Culture Bound Syndromes

    • Substance Use Disorders and Motivational Interviewing

    • Philosophy in Psychiatry

    • Ethics in Psychiatry

  • 54

    Autism

    • Background

    • DSM V Criteria

    • Comparison to DSM-IV/DSM-IV-TR Criteria

    • Original ADI-R

    • Toddler ADI-R

    • ADOS vs ADOS-2

  • 55

    Substance Use Disorder

    • SUD 1

    • SUD 2

    • SUD 3

    • SUD 4

    • SUD 5

    • SUD 6

    • SUD 7

    • SUD 8

  • 56

    Behavioral Neuroscience

    • Ways to Study the Brain

    • Neuroanatomy

    • Neurophysiology

    • Vision

    • Hearing

    • Chemical senses (Smell and Taste)

    • Somatosensory

    • Motor Control

    • Review Slides

  • 57

    Medical Ethics 4

    • Privacy

    • End of Life Care

    • Setting the Stage

    • Informed Consent

    • Wisdom

    • Privacy and Confidentiality

    • Health and Justice

    • Common Ethical Issues

  • 58

    ZZ Substance Use Disorders

    • Substance Use Disorders Alcohol (Caff)

    • Substance Use Disorders Tobacco & Marijuana (Caff)

    • Substance Use Disorders Opiates (Caff)

    • Substance Use Disorders Stimulants (Caff)

    • Substance Use Disorders Hallucinogens, Ecstasy, & PCP (Caff)

    • Substance Use Disorders Aetiology of Substance Use (Caff)

    • Treatment & Prevention of Substance Use Disorders (Caff)

  • 59

    Cognitive Neuroscience

    • Brain Areas

    • Methods

    • Consciousness

    • Attension

    • Methods ptll

    • Attention pt.ll

    • Memory pt.l

    • Memory pt.ll

    • Memory pt.lll

    • Language pt.l

    • Language pt.ll

    • Emotion pt.l

    • Emotion pt.ll

    • Reverse names

    • Extra pt.ll

    • Social Cognition pt.l

    • Social Cognition pt.ll

    • Executive Function pt.l

    • Executive Function pt.ll

    • Decision Making pt.l

    • Decision Making pt.ll

    • Representation of Number

    • Brain Areas

    • Reverse Names

    • Reverse Names ll

    • Brain Area's Extras

    • Crash Course Brains

  • 60

    Clinical Psychology

    • What is clinical psychology

    • Defining abnormality

    • Depression

    • Cognitive treatment for depression

    • Rosenham

    • Researching mental health

    • Genetics explanation fro schiz

    • Dopamins hypothesis schiz

    • Social causation explanation for schiz

    • What is schizophrenia and dsm criteria

    • Monoamine hypothesis dep

    • Bio treatment for depression-drugs

    • Cognitive exp for depression non bio

    • Bradshaw-shiz cbt

    • Williams contemporary(icbt and cbm)

    • Schizophrenia symptoms

    • Reliability and validity of dignosis

    • Brown-interview

    • Drug treatment for schizophrenia

    • Cbt for schizophrenia

    • Carlson-contemporary study

    • Seismic waves

    • Classification systems

    • Hcpc guidelines

    • Key question