does someone know why the result are not published yet ?
Hey there! Is there someone doing the resit now in period 4 that wants to study together? Cheers
Yes, I would like to :)
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Q25: both answers are CORRECT.
You are right we meant correct!
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Hey, for question 3 I thought that WM could be trained for bot the inattentive type and the hyperactive-impulsive type?
yes It can but there is no cure to the hyperactivity by improving working memory. So its not a treatment for this specific subtype of ADHD
Question 31: This spefication of BMI in the DSM-5 is for Anorexia, not Bulimia
Your right!
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Question 20. about exposure therapy: you can't break any associations between the CS and the US, you rather develop new stronger inhibitory responses to those stimuli and weaken the unwanted association. At least that's how I understood it, maybe double check it :)
Our tutor drew sth on the board which came from the course coordinator and there it literally said the goal of inhibitory learning is to break the US CS association. In addition the therapy can add response prevention to get rid of the CR. But I also think and that's also what the article says, that you cannot actually break an association because biologically it will always be there you can just override it
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Thanks for sharing! Did you by any chance make an answer key as well?
Yes, I just uploaded it. Please let us know if you have questions regarding the answers
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Thanks for your effort!
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this summary is actually really good. Thank you!
Thank you for the positive feedback :)
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Great Summary
Thank you very much :)
Which book did you prefer: Davey or Nolen-Hoeksema?
Davey :)
Anyone found an example of a filled out amnesis report that they would be willing to share??
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A few mistakes in the summary , and also wish it was posted before the tutorial
Thank you for your feedback. Mistakes are absolutely not okay. We will look over the summary again and correct mistakes. We will also try to make sure summaries are online before the tutorial :)
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Deze hoeft niet, my bad
Psycho Resit people, please help me out! Task 5 about eating disorders: There are these two articles, both by Stice et al. one from 2006 and one from 2005 and both describe exactly the same studies with the same or similar outcomes. What is the point? They both say "the findings are not in line with dietary theory" (this theory hasn't been mentioned positively before)
best summaries on studydrive hands down
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Hi everyone, one direct question, how in depth should we know the articles for psychopathology ?
I think we need to know them quite well. According to people who’ve already done it content related to the articles came up in the exam quite a lot.
Also if you think about it, the book chapters are quite general and requires remembering a lot of things by heart like heritability etc., which I doubt they will ask us about specifically since the case is the same in almost all psychiatric disorders (that there is a genetic vulnerability but no specific gene has been found and not enough empirical research and so on).
4-13% internationally
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this is amazing, you are amazing so much love <3
shes the best <3
Are there any practice questions?
Guys who already did the exam in previous years, got any tips on what to focus on and/or the exam method? Litterally ANY TIPS. Thank you!
Last year's exam included suprisingly a lot of questions about DSM-5 criteria. Apart from that, articles are most important!
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really nice summary!
thank you! <3
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Thank you for your notes! Super helpfull! I think I was with you in the pbl group ;p
No probs! Haha I don't know... we are both anonymous ;)
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will u post the last lecture too? that would be nice :)
yes! I will post it tomorrow morning :D
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Are you still uploading the summary for Task 8? :)
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hey, will you still upload your summary of task 4? :)
yep i’ll upload it soon ?
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can you reupload it please? :)
yeah idk why there is no preview, i reuploaded twice but it works if you download it ?
Heyyy... does anyone have a pdf for the Morrison book for the practical Anamnesis?
I just uploaded it
Does anyone read the chapters required for the Anamnesis Practical and is willing to upload their summary?
I uploaded a summary of Egan and a summary of Morrison from the compulsory reading list :)
Anyone with a PDF-file of Davey?
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Explain the cause of mental disorder
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You did a great job!
Thank you :) I'm happy that at least one person likes my summaries :D
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would be nice to publish the other as well, your summaries are nice !
i can upload the 6th task as well but I did not make one for task 9 and did not include articles for 7 & 8
Be careful: in the study with the oven/sink checking, they found a small but significant decline in memory accuracy as well!
Does someone have notes of the last lecture? Because I can still not find this lecture online. Many thanks in advance!
Can someone explain Deepended extinction with an example? ( Task 2 Article ) Does it mean that they try to " erase" different CS-US relationships and not only between one CS and US?
There are two strategies used to deepen the extinguished relationship between two stimuli. 1) Extinguishing multiple stimuli separately. E.g. you expose your phobic patient to a small spider, to a bigger one, a tarantula, etc, so that every fear evoking stimulus is extinguished. 2) You can pair the extinguished stimulus with something postive. E.g. present the (already extinguished) spider together with the favorite song of the patient (or even a neutral stimulus) The aim is to prevent spontaneous recovery of the disorder.
Can someone explain what Intrusion based reasoning ( IR) exact mean ? It belongs to task 1 PTSD .
imagine you were a soldier and experienced sth very bad while you were in a war zone. you may develop intrusions (you re-experience this specific traumatic event again and again). example: you saw your colleague dying, because she was killed in a car by an explosion -> a few months after you returned, you again live in maastricht and drive with your friend to the city in a car. now you develop intrusions, that is, you think about what happened to your colleague in the war zone and BASED ON THESE THOUGHTS you make reasons ->intrusion-based reasoning. the other way of emotion-based reasoning is that you reason based on your experienced emotions, but not really on your thoughts. (extra information: emotions are the physical experiences of a stimulus like faster heart beating when seeing a snake-> reasoning based on this would be an example for emotion-based reasoning) hope it is clear now
You interpret an intrusion (an unwanted stimulus) as evidence that danger is impending, regardless of objective danger information; I interpret this as a """superstition""" :)
Someone summarised all the models we need to know?
Hey girls and guys! What was the main difference between typical and atypical psychotic drugs? Typical work only for positive and Atypical work for both pos. and negative? Thanks in advance!
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I don't have my notes for the second part but I think this is mentioned in the main books :)
Typical only mesolimbic pathway, therefore only positive symptoms. Atypical has effect on dopamine and serotonin, therefore also cortical and partial elimination of negative symptoms
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Hey, i think youre missing the midi article in task 3! Thanks so much for sharing!!
what makes hypomania more mild than a manic episode if the DSM V criteria is the same? Do you know? :)
hypomania lasts for at least 4 days and has no daily functioning impairments ;)
Thanks Philipp Härter.
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On page 7/8 does it all belong to APD or would some of it need to go to the BPD points?
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i feel honored that you ask haha. I only summarized the articles because i read a summary of the book chapter for task 9. thats why i didnt upload it :)
Would love you to upload it anyways hehe
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Nice copy of MN for some articles....
So what? Everyone is using her summaries anyways without having paid for them. They are being sent around on whatsapp/facebook and so on and noone seems to care. But beware of uploading it to studydrive, where almost everyone has them already, anyways (just like you, for example). Then all of a sudden people start lamenting. So hypocritical
thank you :) i didnt copy it by the way. I saw that she made a table for the one article and thought it was a good idea. it may look like a copy because its the same literature :D
Anyone made the catch-up assignment for the Psychiatric Anamnesis practical (IPN track) and is willing to share this?
for which session?
the first, It is about the first chapters of Morrison and Egan.
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does anyone has a summary of Chapter 14 & 17 from "the interview" by morrison?
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