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  • 1 Psychopathology: Concepts and Classification

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  • Ego defence mechanisms

    Means by which the ego attempts to control unacceptable id impulses and reduce anxiety that id impulses may arouse.
  • Cognitive behaviour therapy

    An intervention for changing both thoughts and behaviour. CBT represents an umbrella term for many different therapies that share the common aim of changing both cognitions and behaviour.
  • 2 Clinical Assessment

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  • Structural Clinical Interview for DSM-IV-TR (SCID)

    A branching, structured interview in which the client's response to one question will determine the next question to be asked.
  • Adult Memory and Information Processing Battery (AMIPB)

    An assessment method comprising two tests of speed of information processing, verbal memory tests (list learning and story recall), and visual memory tests (design learning and figure recall)
  • Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Test battery

    A common neuropsychological test used in the USA which has been compiled to evaluate brain and nervous system functioning across a fixed set of eight tests. The tests evaluate function across visual, auditory and tactile input, verbal communication, spatial and sequential perception, the ability to analyse information, and the ability to form mental concepts, make judgments, control motor output and to attend to and memorize stimuli.
  • Mini Mental State Examination

    A structured test that takes 10 minutes to administer and can provide reliable information on a client's overall levels of cognitive and mental functioning.
  • Computerized axial tomography (CAT)

    A neuroimaging technique which uses sophisticated versions of X-ray machines and can be used to form a three-dimensional picture of the brain.
  • Poistron Emitron tomography (PET)

    A neuroimaging technique which scans to allow measurement of both brain structure and function by utilizing radiation emitted from the participant to develop images.
  • 3 Research Methods in Clinical Psychology

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  • National Institute  for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE)

    An independent UK organization responsible for providing national guidance on promoting good health and preventing and treating ill health
  • Clinical audit/ Evaluation research

    The use of research methods to determine whether existing clinical knowledge, skills and resources are effective and are being properly used. 

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