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Psychology (SLK) Chapter 16 - Treatment of Abnormal Behaviour
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This summary covers the content pertaining to the treatment of abnormal behaviour in psychology. It includes terminology, a psychological approach, combined approaches, types of treatments (insight, behaviour, client-centered and psychopharmacology therapies), the role of a mental health-care professional, the difference between psychologists and psychiatrists, psychoanalysis and treatment in transition. This summary is written according to Chapter 16 from the textbook: PSYCHOLOGY: THEMES AND V...

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Unit XII - Abnormal Behaviour and Unit XIII - Treatment of Abnormal Behaviour
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In-Depth notes of Myer's AP Psychology's unit on abnormal behaviour and treatment of abnormal behaviour. Includes highlighted vocabulary words and examples given in the chapter. Not as lengthy as the chapter and gets right to the point.

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Provide First Aid – Theory Assessment Marking Key ASSESSOR ONLY THEORY ASSESSMENT WITH ANSWERS
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Provide First Aid – Theory Assessment Marking Key ASSESSOR ONLY THEORY ASSESSMENT WITH ANSWERS 1. Four ways you would recognise an emergency are: • Sight, small sound and unusual behaviour. • Sight, smell, feel and unusual behaviour. • Sense, touch, sound and sight. • Taste, unusual behaviour, smell and feel. 2. After you have identified and assessed a hazard, you can minimise the hazards using the hierarchy of control. • The first level of control is Eliminate. •...

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NR 601 Week 3 Chapter 16; Psychological Disorders Notes approved
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Chapter 16: Psychological Disorders Scope & Nature of Psychological Disorders  26% of population suffers from diagnosable mental disorders  Psychological disorders are 2nd leading cause of disability, exceeding physical illnesses and accidents  Medications used to treat anxiety & depression are among most frequently prescribed drugs What Is Abnormal  Defining normal & abnormal – not easy & depends on o The personal values of a given diagnostician  Too arbitrary o The expecta...

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MAC3701 CTM Study Notes Tutoring 2020 Application of Management techniques (University of South Africa)
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STUDY UNIT 1 PLANNING AND CONTROLLING INVENTORY Factors Involved In Inventory Analysis Economic Order Quantity ABC Ltd. is engaged in sale of footballs. Its cost per order is $400 and its carryin g cost unit is $10 per unit per annum. The company has a demand for 20,000 units per year. Calculated the order size, total orders required during a year, total carrying cost and total ordering cost for the year. Re-Order Point and Safety Stock Determination of the order point is based on three factors:...

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NRSG257 summary
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NRSG257 summary Health in Pregnancy for Adolescents Reasons for high number of teenage pregnancies: • Earlier age of menarche • Increased rate of sexual activity among teenagers • Contraceptives - Lack of knowledge - Access to emergency contraception - Lack of funds to purchase contraceptives • Desire to have a child • Egocentric phenomenon of adolescence – “it won’t happen to me” • Belief that it will free them from intolerable school/home situation • Give ...

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NRSG257 – EXAM REVISION
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NRSG257 – EXAM REVISION Children: 0-14 years of age What are the major issues faced with children in health? - Preventable mortality - Morbidity - Vaccine preventable disease - Adult conditions which originate in childhood - Family and social functioning. Injury – leading cause of mortality and morbidity after the first year of life. Asthma: is the most chronic illness in children and principal cause of hospitalization. What morbidities are associated with children? - Birth defects...

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