. Explain which parts of the brain would be active if a schizophrenic patient is having an auditory hallucination? Visual hallucination? The temporal and Broca's area. The thalamus filters incoming sensory signals and transmit them to the cortex. 2. How does low activity in the frontal cortex provide biological evidence of murder's conducted by those with antisocial behavior The frontal cortex helps brake impulsive, aggressive behavior; however, in a murdere’s frontal cortex there is a reduced activation. People who suffer from antisocial personality disorder lack conscience for wrongdoing which is also supported by frontal lobe damage; thus, they exhibit marked deficits in frontal lobe cognitive functions. The diagnosis and treatment of psychological disorders involves concepts and research from other areas of psychology. In this way, the diagnosis and treatment of psychological disorders is an example of applied psychology. Identify some of the symptoms of the psychological disorders listed below and explain how the accompanying concept relates to the symptoms or treatment of the disorder. Each pairing is worth 6 points (3 for the symptoms and 3 for the explanation about the related concept). Before answering review the textbook and your notes. 1.
Dissociative identity disorder (DID): constructive memory Dissociative identity disorder is characterized by the presence of two or more distinct or split identities or personality states that continually have power over a person's behavior. There's also an inability to recall key personal information and high distinct memory variations, which fluctuate with the person's split personality. Constructive memory is the use of knowledge to organize new information and fill in gaps in information that was encoded and retrieved. We remember only a small fraction of what we experience so our memories are constructed from our thoughts, dreams, and intentions in addition to "real" experiences. People who suffer from...
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