Browse Tag Anxiety
UQx PSYC1030.3x 5-5-1 Moderators of stress

UQx PSYC1030.3x 5-5-1 Moderators of stress

So, what are the factors moderating the impact of stress? Research has suggested social support provided by members of one’s social networks helps us to deal with stress. Now, I don’t necessarily mean social networks from Facebook and Twitter. This refers to actual people we see and speak to in person. People who have good […]

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How To Keep Going – Depression

How To Keep Going – Depression

Hey what’s up I’m Rachel Star schizophrenic so I’m asked this question a lot whenever I do like interviews um speeches and different things What Kept You Going? and I know what they’re asking me you know what when I was going through different bad times in my life and I’m suicidal really depressed when […]

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Online Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety, Depression, and Anger

Online Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety, Depression, and Anger

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or CBT, is an effective therapy for depression, anxiety, and anger. Research has shown that beliefs cause most of our emotional upsets, so CBT involves identifying these mistaken beliefs and replacing them with realistic ones. In this video I will explain how anxious thinkers create anxiety, how depressive thinkers create depression, and […]

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UQx PSYC1030.3x 1-2-3 Classical conditioning

UQx PSYC1030.3x 1-2-3 Classical conditioning

So, while Pavlov was studying the automatic salivating response his dogs had to meat powder, he unexpectedly discovered that his dogs began to salivate to things that they wouldn’t normally salivate to. For example, Pavlov’s dogs started to salivate to the presence of the research assistant who brought the meat powder into the laboratory. They […]

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UQx PSYC1030.3x 1-3-2 ALT Behavioural therapy

UQx PSYC1030.3x 1-3-2 ALT Behavioural therapy

So what would we do with a family like Christine and Jamie? We would teach Christine to manage the aggressive behaviours that she doesn’t like. But equally, we would be asking her to think about exactly what it is that she does want Jamie to do in the situations where they are currently struggling. This […]

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The Lesser-Known Symptoms of Depression

The Lesser-Known Symptoms of Depression

[♪ INTRO ] Hopefully, by now we all know that depression is about more than sadness. But even if your idea of depression also includes things like hopelessness or apathy, what about irritability or anger? Does depression make you think of overwhelming guilt? What about memory loss? Because those are all symptoms, too. There’s a […]

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UQx PSYC1030.3x 3-5-1 Causal models of anxiety disorder

UQx PSYC1030.3x 3-5-1 Causal models of anxiety disorder

So, we know that anxiety runs in families. If you have a first degree relative with an anxiety disorder, your odds of developing an anxiety disorder increase compared to the general population. What I want to discuss are some of the common features across anxiety disorders. Historically, twin studies have indicated that heritability accounts for […]

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