Emotional Behavior Disorder
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The concerned parties, therefore, depend on the relationship between some casual factors and disability to generate possible sources of the disorders (Cefai & Cooper, 2010). For instance,… Scholars keep on identifying biological and genetic reasons behind emotional or behavioral disabilities. For instance, research illustrates that a correlation exist between…
Emotional Behavior Disorder
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A significant growth spurt occurs bringing about many challenges for a child, parents and his/her teachers as well. It is a crucial point of a… is generally accepted or appropriate at his/her age, ethnic or cultural norms that it starts effecting the learning capabilities of the child as well as child’s self care, personal adjustment, social relationships,…
Emotional Behavior Disorder
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After first two years of a child’s life there comes the years which bring about certain physical, emotional and behavioral changes. A significant growth spurt occurs bringing about many challenges for a child, parents and his/her teachers as well. It is a crucial point of a child’s life where he needs as much attention as a baby.… All of these difficulties are…
Relationship among students with emotional or behavior disorder and school violence
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Psychology has repeatedly proved that children from troubled background with emotional and behavioral disorders invariably get connected with the recent trend of school violence, where innocent lives perish. Broken homes, uncared for childhood, loneliness, insecurity, irresponsible parent behavior, single parent's inadequate attention, parental disregard of a lonely child, sexual abuse resulting in psychological trauma - all can lead to persecution mania and result in the ugliest possible disaster called school violence.…
Shyness- A normal variant of behavior or a disorder
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The essay aims to pay special attention to shyness as a phenomenon that could be described by feelings of anxiety, nervousness and self-consciousness in different types of social situations. It can further be described by words such as reserve, reticence, embarrassment and social anxiety. … This study discusses that shyness could lead to three levels of…
Over stimulation in children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder may lead to self injurious behavior
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The disorder mainly affects socialization and communication. The main concern area in autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) children is Self-injurious behaviors (SIBs). SIBs occur more in ASD… It regularly happens in the form of head banging, face slapping, as well as hand biting. Such abnormal behavior is so clear and physically injurious that attracts special…
Attention Deficit Disorder
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Attention Deficit Disorder Author Institute Attention Deficit Disorder Being focused on to the important aspects of life is one of the main functions of the brain. In some diseases or disorders this special function of the brain is either lost or diminished.… This leads to a lack of attention and it affects activities of an individual in everyday life…
Conduct Disorder in Young Children
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The mental development and health of children are primary concern of parents and teachers. A child is said to have emotional disorder when he or she has a mental disorder which can be clinically diagnosed. … It can, however, be extremely difficult to diagnose a mental disorder in young children because the criteria used to recognise the symptoms of disorder in…
Gender Differences in Antisocial Personality Disorder
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In recent literature, researchers underline that multiple and antisocial personality disorder is real but that it rarely occurs spontaneously, without prompting, and therefore does not deserve to be a primary-level diagnosis. A special attention is given to gender differences and behavior patterns of patients and possible treatment methods.… Their behavior is…
Oppositional Defiance Disorder
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All children tend to behave in an oppositional manner from time to time, especially when they are hungry, tired, upset or stressed and disobey, argue, talk back and defy teachers, parents or other adults. Oppositional behavior is a normal phenomenon among children who are two to… The symptoms of Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD) are observed in multiple…
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD or AD/HD or ADD) is a development and neurological disorder. Previously this disorder was named as minimal brain dysfunction, minimal brain damage, hyperactivity, hyper kinesis, and hyperactive child syndrome. … ADHD is a psychiatric disorder commonly found in children and is characterized by attention…
Asperger's Disorder
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Asperger’s Disorder Date Abstract This essay aims to define the Asperger’s disorder based on DSM-IV-TR diagnosis. The essay also aims to delineate psychodynamic factors as well as biological and interactional understandings, to list helpful resources from online and work system, and to identify available treatments used in Asperger’s disorder.… 93). It gained…
Bipolar Disorder
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There are two forms of this disorder- Bipolar Disorder Type I and Type II. The present study focuses on learning of these two types of bipolar disorder reflecting on their history, causes, risk factors, treatment and prognosis. … Bipolar disorder is referred to be a condition of the health where an individual suffers from quick mood swings that can occur…
Panic disorder
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This research paper gives a critical analysis of the precious studies on panic disorder among the African American community with… The diagnosis of panic disorder in addition to its treatment needs more exploration. This is to enable medical practitioners and more especially psychologists to be able to offer efficient and more effective management of patients…
Sleepwalking Disorder For Psychology II Undergraduate Degree Class
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Though it is a disorder with benign symptoms, parents are often worried because of the bizarre nature of motor automatisms in the child. The diagnosis is possible on clinical history,… Sleep walking disorder or somnambulism or noctambulism falls into the category of parasomnias which are actually categorized under sleep disorders. Sleep disorders are the most…
Bipolar Disorder
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Bipolar Disorder School Bipolar Disorder Introduction Bipolar disorder is a mental disorder that is characterized by sudden and unpredictable mood swings. It is one of the very serious and complicated mental disorders that targets thousands of Americans and millions of people all over the world every year.… This paper lays a detailed account of bipolar…
Bipolar Disorder
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The author of this essay "Bipolar Disorder" focuses on the peculiarities of Bipolar Disorder. According to the text, Bipolar Disorder is one of the complex mood disorders, which is evident in its presentation of contrasting mood changes.… Experts have been unable to define a specific cure for bipolar disorder. However, certain agents are…
Behavior modification for children with ADHD
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Childhood behavioral disorders can play a significant role in affecting children’s learning abilities and classroom behavior. Learning… This is a significant number that makes ADHD one of the most common learning and behavioral disorders to date. The number of American children and adults diagnosed with ADHD has significantly increased from over the years…
Bipolar disorder
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Bipolar disorder Introduction Bipolar disorder is a mental illness that is associated with depression and unusual excitement, elements that may occur separately or simultaneously. This paper discusses the disorder to explore its extent and nature, diagnosis, treatment, how its diagnosis is distinct from those of other disorders in the same category and cultural consequences of the disorder.…
Biopolar Disorder
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The present paper "Bipolar Disorder" aims to explore the causes, symptoms, coexisting illnesses and treatment methodology of bipolar disorder, so that the myths and misconceptions about this psychiatric disease could be removed on the foundations of facts and reality.… Bipolar disorder refers to the psychiatric problem that causes fits of extreme depression,…
Comunication Disorder
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There are innumerable types of disorders related to communication. This paper will identify and analyse any one disorder that affects communication and will also provide a solution to overcome it. Before we begin, let us be clear about the terms, 'communication' and 'disorder'.… This includes the difficulty in communicating our feelings and emotions with…
Schizoaffective disorder
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The understanding of schizoaffective disorder is very important given the increasing prevalence of the disease among adults and its significant effects on the cognitive, emotional and behavioral patterns of the people affected. … Each of the treatment types aims all focusing on recovery of the patient and symptom management. This paper gives the definition…
Bipolar Disorder
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It is of different types ranging from mild to severe and has a variety of symptoms. Symptoms mainly experienced by the patients are unpredictable and dramatic changes in the mood. The symptoms of bipolar disorder can mainly be… ion, rapid speech, risky behavior, inflated self-esteem, increased drive to achieve the goals, increased tendency to be distracted,…
Schizoaffective disorder
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Schizoaffective disorder is a term that is used to describe a mental disorder, which is characterized, by abnormal moods and some psychotic components; moreover, the various components that make up schizoaffective disorder appear at certain times and these can be used to determine whether one has the disorder or not.… For a full diagnosis of this disorder to…
Bipolar Disorder
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Bipolar Disorder Class Title August 2, 2012 Bipolar Disorder Introduction Bipolar disorder, sometimes referred to as manic-depressive disorder, is an emotional disorder that is characterized by mood swings consisting of depressive lows to manic highs.… With bipolar disorder comes many complications, but there are equally as many treatments in the ongoing…
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