By Barlow, David H.; Durand, Vincent Mark
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Following suggestions on the possible benefits of applying electric shock directly to the brain—notably, by two Italian physicians, Ugo Cerletti and Lucio Bini, in 1938—a surgeon in London treated a depressed patient by sending six small shocks directly through his brain, producing convulsions (Hunt, 1980). The patient recovered. Although greatly 12 Chapter 1 Abnormal Behavior in Historical Context modified, shock treatment is still with us today. The controversial modern uses of electroconvulsive therapy are described in Chapter 7.
A) (see textbook pages 5–7) Demonstrate knowledge and understanding representing appropriate breadth and depth in selected content areas of psychology. b) (see textbook pages 7–25) Use the concepts, language, and major theories of the discipline to account for psychological phenomena. , behavioral, biological, cognitive, evolutionary, humanistic, psychodynamic, and sociocultural). e) (see textbook page 23) *Portions of this chapter cover learning outcomes suggested by the American Psychological Association (2007) in their guidelines for the undergraduate psychology major.
Children experiencing severe anxiety and panic often assume that they are physically ill because they have difficulty understanding that there is nothing physically wrong. Because procedures to see whether they work. They are accountable not only to their patients but also to the government agencies and insurance companies that pay for the treatments, so they must demonstrate clearly that their treatments work. Third, scientistpractitioners might conduct research, often in clinics or hospitals, that produces new information about disorders or their treatment, thus becoming immune to the fads that plague our field, often at the expense of patients and their families.
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