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Biosocial psychopathology

epidemiologic perspectives

by Donald I. Templer

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Published by Springer Pub. Co. in New York .
Written in English

  • Psychology, Pathological.,
  • Psychiatric epidemiology.,
  • Mental Disorders -- epidemiology.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 273-320) and index.

    StatementDonald I. Templer, Dorothy A. Spencer, Lawrence C. Hartlage.
    ContributionsSpencer, Dorothy A., Hartlage, Lawrence C.
    LC ClassificationsRC454 .T44 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 32l8 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1416290M
    ISBN 100826182909
    LC Control Number93025832

    xv, pages: 26 cm Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and indexes Diathesis-stress models -- Diagnosis -- Anxiety disorders -- Mood disorders -- Antisocial personality disorder --Substance abuse and dependence and pathological gambling disorders -- Schizophrenia -- Prognosis for the science of psychopathology. Purchase The Psychopathology of Crime - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,

    Vulnerability to Psychopathology: A Biosocial Model Marvin Zuckerman. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. , pp., (hardcover). A great deal has been learned about psychopathology, but still many questions remain. The Reason for this Volume If we were to judge the seriousness of a psychosocial problem by the attention that the popular media give to it, we would have to conclude that the modem world is in the midst of an epidemic of pedophilic child sexual abuse. One can scarcely go more than a few weeks in.

      The simplest way to answer that question is to clarify what it is not — biosocial criminology is not one thing. It encompasses various flavors of psychology, biology, genetics, and neuroscience all aimed in the direction of understanding why human beings engage in a host of disreputable, dangerous, aggressive, and, of course, illegal behaviors.   Albert Ellis, American psychologist (born Sept. 27, , Pittsburgh, Pa.—died J , New York, N.Y.), developed the psychotherapeutic approach known as rational emotive behaviour therapy, which aims to help patients overcome irrational beliefs and unrealistic expectations. In Ellis’s.

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Professor Zuckerman’s volume focuses its attention on a biosocial model that deals with the interaction among biology-genetics, personality, and stressful events—key factors in vulnerability.

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Table of Contents; Overview. This book proposes that psychopathology is best understood as the interaction between three key factors—biology/genetics, personality, and stressful events. These, in combination with social and familial factors, create vulnerability in the individual.

Using this framework Pages:   Biosocial Theory Learned Helplessness Model As noted, two models of psychopathology have been proposed for men- tally retarded persons. However, Seligman's () learned helplessness ap- proach to depression has been recently adapted to the mentally handicapped (DeVellis, ; Floor & Rosen, ; Weisz, ).Cited by: Books.

Modern Psychopathology: A Biosocial Approach to Maladaptive Learning and Functioning, Saunders; (with Roger D. Davis) Disorders of Personality: DSM IV and Beyond 2nd edition, John Wiley & Sons ISBN X; (with Renée Millon) Abnormal behavior and personality: a biosocial learning approach, Saunders.

Biosocial Theory is a theory in behavioral and social science that describes personality disorders and mental illnesses and disabilities as biologically-determined personality traits reacting to environmental stimuli.

Biosocial Theory also explains the shift from evolution to culture when it comes to gender and mate selection. Biosocial Theory in motivational psychology identifies the. Biosocial criminology is an emerging perspective that highlights the interdependence between genetic and environmental factors in the etiology of antisocial behaviors.

However, given that biosocial criminology has only recently gained traction among criminologists, there has not been any attempt to compile some of the "classic" articles on this.

This article reviews behavioral-genetic research to show how it can help address questions of causation in developmental psychopathology. The article focuses on studies of antisocial behavior, because these have been leading the way in investigating environmental as well as genetic influences on psychopathology.

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Existential psychology Viktor Frankl Albert Ellis Buddhist psychology A biosocial approach Developmental aspects Fear of nothing Authoritarianism Other forms of neurosis Psychosis The peach Defenses and coping strategies Sigmund Freud Alfred Adler Karen Horney Erich Fromm Balance theory. Buy Vulnerability to Psychopathology: A Biosocial Model by Zuckerman, Marvin (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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Presenting sociological, genetic, neurochemical, brain-imaging, and psychophysiological evidence, it discusses the basis for criminal behavior and suggests, contrary to popular. Genre/Form: Textbooks: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Templer, Donald I. Biosocial psychopathology. New York: Springer Pub.

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Vulnerability to psychopathology: a biosocial model. [Marvin Zuckerman; American Psychological Association.] -- This book proposes that psychopathology is best understood as the interaction between 3 factors: biology-genetics, personality, and stressful events.

These, in combination with social and familial. Book Description. Biosocial criminologists seek to explain crime (and related anti-social behaviour) by exploring both biological and environmental factors. Combining perspectives from mainstream Criminology and Sociology, with contributions from those working in disciplines such as Genetics, Neuropsychology, and Evolutionary Psychology.

Section 1 Introduction - We know that infants grow very quickly. In fact, children grow more quickly during the first three years of life than at any other stage of development. While science and. Biosocial approaches to crime examine the way that biological factors such as genes and the brain affect environmental factors and influence criminality over the life course.

psychopathology.The present book effectively bridges the gap between the fields of psychology and psychiatry, which deal with normal and abnormal human behavior.

As the title of the book implies, this is a presentation of the neuroses and psychoses from a consistently biosocial point of view. It follows a prediction made five years ago that psychopathology--or behavior pathology as the author proposes to call.Childhood is a uniquely human life-stage, and is both a biological phenomenon and a social construct.

Research on children is currently of wide-ranging interest. This groundbreaking book presents reviews of childhood from four major areas of interest--human evolution, sociology/social anthropology, biomedical anthropology and developmental psychology--to form a biosocial, cross-cultural.