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Main subject of Medicine

Man

1

5 conceptual models

Biological
Sociocultural
Psychological/psychodynamic
Spiritual
Biopsychosocial

2

Model which focuses on the anatomy and physiology of human body

Biological model

3

Model that focuses on the context of human life
Growing circle of relationships

Sociocultural model

4

Dyad

Mother-child

5

Triad

Mother-father-child

6

A model that emphasizes the primacy of human experiences as shapers of behavior and wiring of human brain

Psychodynamic model

7

A process of transferring of past feelings, experiences, and memories to the present

Transference

8

Relationship with a force bigger than oneself

Spiritual model

9

Combination of biological, psychological, and social factors

Biopsychosocial model

10

Understanding how health or disease is affected by multiple levels of organization

Biopsychosocial model

11

Something wrong with the structures and functions of the body

Disease

12

Something wrong with the functions of the mind

Disorder

13

Interdisciplinary approach; looking into systems

Biopsychosocial model

14

Optimal environment for growth and development

Stable
Predictable events
Adults that can provide basic needs of children

15

Basic needs

Material needs
Protection from danger
Affection, acceptance, approval
Discipline, demands
New experience

16

Unconditional (3As)

Affection
Acceptance

17

Conditional
Linked to discipline and demands

Approval

18

First environment into which a child is born

Family

19

Unit most capable of providing basic needs

Family

20

Responsible for transmission of social rules and values

Adult (Family)

21

Theory that explains the development of a human as he/she resolves psychosocial crises in each stage

8 stages of psychosocial development

22

(Basic conflict)
Infancy

Basic trust vs. mistrust

23

(Basic conflict)
Oral

Basic trust vs. mistrust

24

(Basic conflict)
Toddler

Autonomy vs. shame

25

(Basic conflict)
Anal

Autonomy vs. shame

26

(Basic conflict)
Pre-school

Initiative vs. guilt

27

(Basic conflict)
Phallic

Initiative vs. guilt

28

School age

Industry vs. inferiority

29

Latency

Industry vs. inferiority