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April Grace C. Castro Sec.


March 4, 2011 Mr. Alli

1. Define Psychiatry Psychiatry is the medical specialty devoted to the study and treatment of mental disorders which include various affective, behavioral, cognitive and perceptual disorders. 2. Define Psychiatric Nursing. Psychiatric nursing is the specialty of nursing that cares for people of all ages with mental illness or mental distress, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, psychosis, depression or dementia. 3. Define Mental Health according to WHO. - Mental health is define as a state of emotional, psychological and social wellness, evidence by satisfying interpersonal relationships, effective behavior and coping, positive self-concept and emotional stability. 4. Identify the benchmarks and their significance.

5. Identify personalities responsible for recognizing people with mental illness as human being.

6. Identify the different works of Sigmund Freud which paved way in the understanding of person with mental illness.  Personality components  Behavior motivated by subconscious thoughts and feelings  Freud s dream analysis, Ego and Defense Mechanisms  Five stages of Psychosexual Development

7. Differentiate and compare the works of Ivan Pavlov and B.F Skinner.

8. Draw and label the parts of the brain and give each of their functions.

a. Cerebrum: The cerebrum or cortex is the largest part of the human brain, associated with higher brain function such as thought and action.  Frontal Lobe: Part of the brain dealing with emotions, problem solving, reasoning, planning, parts of speech and movement.  Parietal Lobe: Part of the brain controlling functions like recognition, perception of stimuli, orientation and movement  Occipital Lobe: As the name suggests, this lobe deals with visual processing. This means understanding what you see with your eyes.  Temporal Lobe: This lobe deals with recognition of auditory stimuli, speech, perception and memory. b. Cerebellum- It performs crucial functions like balance, movement, co-ordinating muscle movements, etc. c. Pons and Medulla - This partnering act takes control of involuntary muscle movements in the body. d. Thalamus It process and relay movement and sensory information and to regulate the sleeping and wakefulness states. e. Hypothalamus- It controls body temperature, hunger, thirst, fatigue, sleep, and circadian cycles. f. Midbrain - It deals with functions such as hearing, vision, body and eye movements. 9. Identify parts of the brain that controls emotion.  Parietal lobes  Hypothalamus  Thalamus  Hippocampus

10. Identify and give specific function and specific disease it produced of the different neurotransmitter produced in the brain.

11. Identify the personality you possess and what are your influences.