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The psychological paradigm focuses more on the humanistic, cognitive and behavioral causes and effects of ...

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In this lesson, we will look at how psychologists define abnormality, the criteria ... The Psychology of Abnormal Behavior: Understanding the Criteria & Causes of ...

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Several perspectives (models, approaches derived from data) and theories attempt to explain the causes of abnormal behavior. The medical perspective. Those ...

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The medical model of abnormal behavior developed in the latter half of the nineteenth ... For instance, a virus is the cause of a cold and a cough is a symptom ...

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Abnormality is therefore seen as the development of ... The feared object (e.g. spider or rat) is associated with a fear or ...

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The causes of abnormal behavior are complex, and it is not always possible to isolate and evaluate the multiple factors involved. Some of the difficulties are listed ...

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Introduction to Abnormal Behavior. Perspectives on Aetiology and Treatment. Understanding Schizophrenia. Publications Related to Abnormal Behavior ...

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Learn about the causes, symptoms, diagnosis & treatment of Overview of ... one way doctors organize different types of abnormal thought, speech, and behavior.

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An emotional behavioral disorder affects a person's ability to be happy, control ... the abnormal behavior that is usually associated with these disorders can be ...

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symptoms, associated with abnormal behavior patterns (see Chapter 1). The most ... In the DSM, abnormal behavior patterns are classified as “mental disorders.