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Biological Etiologies of Depression/ Biological factors

Sullivan
Caspi
TADS

2

Cognitive etiologies/ factors of depression

Beck’s theories
Alloy
Farb
TADS?

3

Sociocultural etiologies/ factors of phobias

Dubi et al
Iancu
Chapman

4

Sociocultural etiologies/ factors of depression

Brown and Harris
Fitzpatrick
Chou and Chow

5

Cognitive etiologies of phobias

Nevid, Rathus and Greene
Beck’s cognitive theory of emotional disorders

6

Biological Etiologies of phobias

Cook and Mineka
Diathesis stress model
Twin studies (Torgerson, Ost, Solyom)

7

Biomedical treatments

TADS
Neale et al

8

Individual treatments

Becks’s theory of depressogenic schemas - background
TADS
Riggs

9

Group Treatments

Kuyken
McDermut

10

Contrast biomedical and individual approaches to treatment

Neale et al
TADS

11

Contrast biological and group treatments

Kuyken
Neale
Beck’s theory of emotional disorders as background

12

Contrast individual and group approaches to treatment

Beck’s theory of depressogenic schemas- background
TADS
McDermut
Kuyken

13

Eclectic Approaches to Treatment

Lambert
TADS
Riggs
Kuyken

14

Evaluate the use of an eclectic approach to treatment

Lambert
TADS
Riggs

All CBT and SSRIs

15

Biological etiologies and therapeutic approach

(Sullivan)
Caspi
TADS
Kirsche to criticise
(Neale to criticise)

16

Cognitive etiologies and therapeutic approach

Beck’s theory of depressinogenic schemas
Rumination - Farb
(Alloy)
TADS/ Riggs

17

When criticising approaches to treatment and etiologies what can help to remember some?

Look for exceptions
E.g. some get depression out of the blue despite being optimistic people
Other treatments have worked
Not all with a gene mutation get depressed

18

Normality and abnormality

DSM-5 and ICD-10 - day-to-day living
Jahoda - deviation from ideal mental health
Statistical infrequency - bell shaped curve

19

Validity and reliability of diagnosis

Cooper
Mitchel
Rosenhan

20

Cultural considerations in diagnosis

DSM-5 and ICD -10 in intro
Gururumba
Diana Li-Repac
Marsella
Kleinman
Rack

21

Ethical considerations in diagnosis

Scheff’s labelling theory
Langer and Abelson
Rosenhan
Mendel

22

Evaluate research in abnormal behaviour

Rosenhan
Cooper