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THINKING ABOUT ABNORMAL BEHAVIOR
How Do We Think about Abnormal Behavior?
The Psychoanalytic Perspective
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abnormal behavior Amy's argues assumptions basic causal classical conditioning clinical concept concerned conditions of worth conflict consciousness depression described deviant behavior diagnosis discussion disease disorder etiology evidence examine example experience fear Freud Freudian function Gestalt therapy havior human potential humanistic movement humanistic perspective humanistic psychology husband id impulses idea illness perspective individual labeled learned helplessness learning perspective Maslow mental health mental illness mental patient metaphor Mowrer needs neurotic anxiety norm violation O. H. Mowrer observed occur Oedipus complex oral stage organic parents particular perceptual perceptual defense person perspectives on abnormal phenomena phobia problem psychiatric psycho psychoanalytic psychoanalytic perspective psychological R. D. Laing reaction reality anxiety reinforcement residual rule-breaking result Rogers role Sarbin Scheff schizophrenia scientific Seligman Skinner social perspective specific etiology spective stage stimulus suggests superego symptoms Szasz theory therapy thinking tion treatment view of abnormal