Psychological Disorders. “To study the abnormal is the best way of understanding the normal.” - William James (1842-1910). Psychological disorders.
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“To study the abnormal is the best way of understanding the normal.”
- William James (1842-1910)
“Paradox: Antonyms such as mental health and mental illness suggest a sharp distinction between those who are normal and those who are not, but it’s often difficult to draw a line that clearly separates normality from abnormality.”
D.I.D. Does Not Exist
DID Does Exist
Believe that DID has been historically under-diagnosed.
No incentive exists for patients or therapists to manufacture cases of DID.
DID is actually rooted in severe emotional trauma that occurred during childhood.
Involve behavioral deficits.
Flattened emotions; “flat effect”
Inability to maintain motivation; “avolition”
“Alogia”, or poverty of speech