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Kohlberg's stages of moral development

pre conventional stage 1 stage 2 conventional stage 3 - stage 4 - existing rules/laws post conventional stage 5 - social contracts; democratic laws stage 6 - universal morality

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Atkinson, Morten & Sue's Racial Identity model

Dissonance Immersion Introspection Integrated Awareness

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Helms' White Racial Identity Model

Contact Disintegration --considerable conflict Reintegration --adopting racist views Pseudo-Independence Immersion-Emersion --embracing white identity while rejecting racist views --realizing whites have responsibility for racism Autonomy --whites are responsible for racism

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5 for Sx of Schizophrenia

hallucinations negative Sx grossly disorganized/abnormal motor behavior delusions disorganized thinking

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5 for Sx of Schizophrenia

hallucinations negative Sx grossly disorganized/abnormal motor behavior delusions disorganized thinking

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Kohlberg's gender identity development (ISC)

(ISC) identity -- recognition of own gender by age 3 stability -- stable over time (but not situations) constancy -- constant over time AND situations

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Types of headaches

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Goal-Setting theory

conscious acceptance of goal research: money incentives have positive effect on achievement regardless of circumstances; may have detrimental effect if goals are self-set

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Equity theory

beliefs related to effort/performance and performance/outcomes

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expectancy theory

self-other comparisons

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Job enrichment vs job enlargement

enrichment --> "redesigns" the job to include variety of tasks, responsibility and and autonomy *positive effects on job satisfaction and job performance* enlargement-->

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Adler's "style of life"

goals and ways a person attempts to achieve those goals well stablished by age 4 to 5

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solution focused therapy

uses "exceptions" (alternatives to maladaptive behavior)

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step-parent/step-child relationships

stepfathers=distant and disengaged less likely to have conflict if child is early adolescent at time of remarriage stepparents tend to be more authoritarian stepparent relationships are more difficult for GIRLS

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step-parent/step-child relationships

stepfathers=distant and disengaged less likely to have conflict if child is early adolescent at time of remarriage stepparents tend to be more authoritarian stepparent relationships are more difficult for GIRLS

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Sternberg's triarchic theory of intelligence

analytical -- componential facet (metacomponents, performance components, knowledge-aquisition components) creative -- experiential facet practical -- contextual facet

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social inhibition vs social facilitation

social inhibition -- when task is complex or unfamiliar social facilitation -- when task is simple or familiar

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utility analysis

aka "cost-benefit analysis" uses accounting procedures to evaluate costs and benefits of training programs, selection procedures, and other personnel interventions.

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types of headache

classic migraine--> begins with an aura common migraine--> no aura; throbbing pain cluster headache--> sharp, unilateral pain; autonomic symptoms

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Gestalt therapy

goal: integrate fragments of personality into integrated whole use dreamwork -- recurrent dreams represent parts of self not fully accepted and integrated

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emotional development of children

sense of self emerges -- 18 to 24 mos jealousy, embarrassment, empathy -- by 24 mos shame, guilt, pride -- 30 to 36 mos

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Frued and Erickson ages and stages

1 - 3 yo: anal stage autonomy vs shame 3 - 6 yo: phallic initiative vs guilt 6 - 12 yo: latency industry vs inferiority adolescence: genital identity vs role confusion

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Malpractice is a tort involving ____

negligence Tort = civil wrongdoing involving breach of duty

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conditions of malpractice

duty to client breach of that duty harm to the patient causal relationship between breach and harm caused

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elements of informed consent

adequate information and comprehend that information voluntary (no coercion) capacity to make rational decisions