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PSY 490 Portfolio Presentation
Transcript of PSY 490 Portfolio Presentation
May 29, 2013
Ingrid Lewis Capstone Course in Psychology AGENDA Discuss historical timeline of biological psychology Including relevant figures and theories Acknowledge divisions of biological psychology Examine theoretical influence on future of field Recognize current news Explain personal elements involving biological psychology Historical Timeline Hippocrates (460-377 B.C.) Ancient Greece 1848 1500-1700 (roughly) Phineas Gage The Rennaissance Charles Darwin 1859 D.O. Hebb 1949 Hans Eysenck Physiological Psychology Psychopharmacology Neuropsychology Psychophysiology Cognitive Neuroscience Comparative Psychology 6 Divisions of Biological Psychology Video Review Personal Enlightenment 8 Phases of Treatment "dual stimulation"
Eye movements, tones, taps Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Greek physician
4 humors scientific observation
biological knowledge Rene Descartes (1596-1650) Dualism Natural selection
Comparative method The Organization of Behavior
key role in biopsych
First comprehensive theory Personality psychologist
Biologically based theory
Inherited personality Neural mechanisms of behavior
Surgical and electrical manipulation
Contribution to theories Drug effects
Lab animals, primarily
Development of therapeutic drugs
Drug use reduction Brain damage patients
Focus: cerebral cortex
Most applied Human research
Physiology of psychological processes Youngest of divisions
Neural bases of cognitive processes
Noninvasive Comparison of behavior
Ethological research Memories or anxiety situations External stimulus 1) History & Planning
6) Body Scan
8) Reevaluation How Shapiro "stumbled" upon basis of theory
Acceptance vs psychology
Personal critical thinking
Strengths in application Conclusion Examined history of biological psychology Addressed 6 divisions Focused on current application Examined possible future Expressed personal contributions Questions? behavioralsciences. (2012, January 27). EMDR - 20/20 Report [Video file]. Retrieved from YouTube website: Brown, R. E., & Milner, P. M. (2003). The legacy of donald O. hebb: More than the hebb synapse. Nature Reviews.Neuroscience, 4(12), 1013-9. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nrn1257 EMDR International Association. (n.d). What is EMDR?. Retrieved from http://www.emdria.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=2 Pinel, J.P.J. (2009). Biopsychology (7th ed.). Retrieved from The University of Phoenix eBook Collection database. Plante, T.G. (2010). Contemporary clinical psychology (3rd ed.). Retrieved from The University of Phoenix eBook Collection database. Webster University Vienna. (n.d.). Body and mind are intertwined. Retrieved from http://www.webster.ac.at/psychology/body-and-mind-are-intertwined Future of Theories DSM V
Desire to move toward biology Developed EMDR
Personal encounter reason for development
Recipient of International Sigmund Freud Award among others Rudrow, H. (2013, May). NIMH announces project to replace DSM. Coundeling Today, (), . Retrieved from http://ct.counseling.org/2013/05/nimh-announces-project-to-replace-the-dsm/