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basic descriptions of three clusters of personality disorders

A - odd, eccentric
b - dramatic, emotional, erratic
c - anxious, fearful

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Why are personality disorders so hard to study/diagnose?

overlap among disorders

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risk factors of personality disorders

infant temperament (negative emotionality, sociability vs. social inhibition, and activity level

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cluster a

paranoid, schizoid, schizotypal

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cluster b

histrionic, narcissistic, antisocial, borderline

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cluster c

avoidant, dependent, obsessive compulsive

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psychopathy is most associated with

antisocial pd

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three substance related diagnoses

sud, intoxication, and withdrawal

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how many classes of durgs are there?

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sud does not apply to ________

caffeine

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__________ does not apply to hallucinogens and inhalants

withdrawal

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four groupings of eleven criteria

impaired control, social impairment, risky use, pharmacological criteria (tolerance and withdrawal)

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legal limit of bac and lethal level

.08, .5

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do all drugs of abuse affect dopamine in some way?

yes

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psychological risk factors

high negative emotionality, low positive emotionality, low distress tolerance, high disinhibition, and impulsive choice

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physical damages caused by alcohol

alcoholic cardiomyopathy, liver damage, beer belly, FAS

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key facial characteristics of fas

small eye openings, smooth philtrum, trin upper lip

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medications for alcoholism

antabuse, naltrexone, valium during withdrawal

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syndrome when babies are born having been exposed to drugs

neonatal abstinence syndrome

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drugs come from opium

morphine, heroine, codeine

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which act made narcotics a controlled substance

harrison act, 1914

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opiate withdrawal lasts about _ week/s with worst effects in _-_ days

1, 3-4

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risk factor for pd

infant temperament, early parent-child relationship patterns, early emotional physical and sexual abuse, and social stressors and cultural values

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infant temperament

negative emotionality sociability vs social inhibition, and activity level

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korsakoff syndrome

chronic memory disorder due to severe deficiency of thiamine; caused by alcohol misuse

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androgen insensitivity syndrome

when a male is resistant to male hormones (androgens)

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guevedoces

looks like girls until puberty

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sex

biological (male or female)

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gender

refers to attitudes, feelings, and behaviors associated with bological sex

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gender identity

refer's to one's sense of oneself as male, female, or transgender