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Diagnosing Disruptive Behavior Disorders
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...Behavior Disorders affiliation Diagnosing Disruptive Behavior Disorders A child who is not doing his or her schoolwork may arguably be described to have an attention disorder as opposed to a defiant disorder. As seen in the research conducted by Butcher, Hooley & Mineka (2014), attention disorders entail a child not being in a position to stay focused in activities they ought to do and at times they also cannot control certain behaviors and may be hyperactive. In an event that a child cannot complete their school work, it is wrong to indicate that this child is defiant as they may simply have attention disorders. Such a child simply goes through a childhood problem that causes... Diagnosing Disruptive...
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Self regulation and behavior disorders
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...Behavior Disorders Task Apprenticeship in self-regulation: Supports and interventions for Individuals with self-regulatory impairments Purpose of the study The study aimed at establishing various ways in which people can handle children and grown ups having self-regulatory problems. The study would involve various ways of intervening when one faces persons with such impairment. Method Methods used included the use of pedagogical matters concerning self –regulation. This equipped us with the right mechanisms of handling self-regulation students. This would facilitate the teachers to handle such pupils in the right way. Pedagogical evidence is one of the methods that helped... Self-Regulation and Behavior ...
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Self regulation and behavior disorders
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...Behavior Disorders Task Apprenticeship in self-regulation: Supports and interventions for Individuals with self-regulatory impairments Purpose of the study The study aimed at establishing various ways in which people can handle children and grown ups having self-regulatory problems. The study would involve various ways of intervening when one faces persons with such impairment. Method Methods used included the use of pedagogical matters concerning self –regulation. This equipped us with the right mechanisms of handling self-regulation students. This would facilitate the teachers to handle such pupils in the right way. Pedagogical evidence is one of the methods that helped... ? Self-Regulation and...
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Criminal behavior and behavior disorders
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...behaviors. Vitamin deficiency and dependency can also have an effect on behavior; studies show that a major problem proportion of all schizophrenics and children with learning and behavioral disorders are dependent on vitamins B3 and B6. Another suspected nutritional influence on behavior is a diet high in sugar and carbohydrates. Diets high in sugar and carbohydrate have been linked to violence, high aggression, and associated with attention span deficiencies. Research shows that among adolescent males, iron deficiency is directly associated with aggressive... Biosocial theory is described as an approach to criminology that focuses on the interaction between biological and social factors as they...
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Behavior Disorders Related to Cultural Diversity
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...behavioral disorders within children and adolescents. If one were to talk about adults, the effects of cultural diversity on this sector of the population is deemed racism. When men of one color create disputes with men of another color, the cry of racism is a simple one on which to blame the unhealthy or destructive behaviors. The racially charged attacks often stem from deeply rooted belief systems which have been built be environmental factors as well as experiences over a life time. However, when discussing children and adolescents, the picture... Introduction Cultural diversity is an awkward term to identify when attempting to write a definitive dissertation regarding the effects of the same on...
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Emotional and Behavior Disorders
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This study stresses that emotional or behavioral disorders are classified into three groups, namely: internalizing factors, low incidence disorder and externalizing. Behavior disorders can also be inherited through an individual’s genes or because of a chemical imbalance in one’s brain because of an injury sustained in the brains. Youth exposed to violence, death of a family member(s), abuse and extreme stress are also prone to suffering from behavior and emotional disorders. 8 emotional and behavioral disorders Characteristics/Traits Commonly Used Medications Recommended Therapeutic Interventions Recommended Educational Interventions Disorder Name: Attention Deficit Hyperactive...
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Eating Disorders Journal of Behavior Research and Therapy
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...Disorders – Journal of Behavior Research and Therapy” Article Review The article which I have selected for the purpose of this assignment is titled “The Thin Ideal, Depression and Eating Disorders in Women” written by Mandy McCarthy. As the name suggests, the article is based on the aspiration of females to achieve the “Thin Ideal” figure and the physical and psychological impact which this aspiration has on them. The article basically seeks to explain why the incidence of depression is higher in women than in men and hypothesizes that the reason behind these depression statistics is that body dissatisfaction is more prevalent in women than in men. McCarthy further explains that before... “Eating...
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Criminal Behavior and Mental Disorders
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...Behavior and Mental Disorder: Impediments to Assigning Moral Responsibility One of the most interesting aspects of the argument Patricia Backlar makes in her article “Ethics in Community Mental Health Care: Criminal Behavior and Mental Disorder: Impediments to Assigning Moral Responsibility” is the epistemological lineage she draws her logic from. Its easy to see why Backlar draws on the classic Greek trio of Plato, Aristotle, and Socrates: they were the fathers of modern logic and argument, and are credited with forming the concept of justice we know today; yet Backlar’s reliance on this logic causes her to draw faulty... Response to Patricia Backlar’s Ethics in Community Mental Health Care: Criminal...
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The Use of Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Aggression-Related Impulse Control Disorders
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...Disorder The Use of Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Aggression-Related Impulse Control Disorders by A Clinical Case Study Dissertation submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology. RYOKAN COLLEGE, LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA DATE Table of Contents I.Introduction 4 II.Factors in Intermittent Explosive Disorder & Aggression 6 A.An Overview of Impulse Control Disorders 7 B.An Overview of Intermittent Explosive Disorder 8 C.Etiology of Intermittent Explosive Disorder 10 D.Intermittent Explosive Disorder and Personality 11 E.Intermittent Explosive Disorder and Comorbid Conditions 12 F.External Factors... ? A Case of Intermittent Explosive...
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Cognitive behavior therapy for eating disorders; a transdignostic theory and treatment
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...disorder (Edward T et al, pp 1127) Various authors argue differently in the particular article. For instance, Mahoney argue that cognitive revolution was well fitted in clinical psychology. This method was revolutionary as it had cognitive mediation in between the response and the stimulus, a switch from an individual an organism that is passive to an active person who seeks goals, problem solving and information processing. According to Ellis, an individual’s behavioral and emotional reactions were arrived at by an individual’s irrational belief on stimuli... Psychology In the past there has been an acceptance that CBT is a treatment chosen for specifically bulimia nervosa. The CBT of BN was described...
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The weird behavior in mental disorders
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As per DSM obsession is defined as: recurrent and persistent thoughts or impulses experienced by the person causing anxiety or distress; the thoughts do not represent to any real-life issues; the person tries to ignore such thoughts with some other thought or action; the person clearly recognizes that the thoughts are from their own mind and not an insertion from outside. When the criteria of obsession and compulsion are applied to Fannie, it is noticed that Fannie spends over one hour daily in hand washing activities. Sometimes, she spends more time and gets exhausted in the process. This is going on since her childhood and she is unable to control it. As she states "I spend about 2 hours e...
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Emotional and Behavioral disorders
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...Behavioral Disorders School: Number: Describe 2 insights about effective ways to work with and support students with emotional and behavioral disorders. How will you manage your stress by increasing self-awareness? Emotional and behavioral disorders (EBD) are a group of medical conditions in which the emotional and the behavioral responses of the child who is affected with the disorder is not similar to that of other children from the same age-group and cultural background, and the child tends to perform adversely in various setting including academic performance, social relationships and at home (with relatives and family). The disorder is not a transient condition nor is a normal... Emotional and...
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Disorders of Childhood and Adolescence
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...Disorders of childhood and adolescence Introduction According to American Psychiatric Association (2000), internalizing and externalizing disorders are disorders which affect childhood and adolescence behavior. Internalizing disorders include anxiety and affective disorders which affect internal thoughts and feelings. These behaviors are usually harmful and disruptive to others and signify core disturbances in moods and emotions directed against oneself (Maddux & Winstead 2008). They consist of problems which are related to fear, worry, low self esteem, shyness, sadness and depression. Externalizing disorders on the other hand are behavioral problems which affect how a certain child relates... ?...
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Theories of Abnormal Behavior
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...Behavior and Number 17 June 2007 Theories ofAbnormal Behavior The definition of abnormal behavior has gone through significant changes and depends on the historical, medical and social factors. From statistical perspective, abnormal behavior is the behavior which deviates from the majority. From social perspective, people marked behaving abnormally, are unable to reach goals and interfere with social functioning. Personal distress leads to abnormal behavior even thought the person might not be aware of having mental health problems. The most serious abnormal behavior falls under the category of medical disorder and is treated as the physical diseases... Abnormal Psychology Theories of Abnormal...
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Borderline Personality Disorders
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...disorder without fully exploring all other possible explanations for behavior (Wirth, 2001). While it is considered one of the most often diagnosed conditions in the clinical setting with 10% of the population suffering from the disorder, one of the problems in asserting a defined prevalence of the disorder is that often it is associated with addictive behaviors or misdiagnosed (Swift 2010). There are three primary theories that guide the treatment of borderline personality disorder. Clinicians look to biological, cognitive-behavioral, and psychodynamic causes in order to approach an effective course of treatment (Gunderson and Links, 2008). In the assessment of behavior disorders, finding... ?Running...
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Systematic and Universal Screenings for Children with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
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...behavioral assessment named Systematic Screening for Behavior Disorders and a personality evaluation tagged as Student Risk Screening Scale (Kalberg et al., 2010). The interventions they studied proved a positive outcome for the group’s endeavor. The three-tiered examination participated by 129 participants confirmed its effectiveness in determining students who were non-responsive... ?Systematic Screeners: Research-based and Effective Interventions I. Managing ‘Non-responsive’ through Systematic Screening One of the ultimate goals of special education is the early detection of developmental problems, which is crucial to the holistic well-being of children and their families. This objective sets the...
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Personality Disorders
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...Disorders The of the The Diagnostic and Measurement Challenges Related to Personality Disorders The issue of personality disorders is of an extremely complex nature, as there are numerous factors contributing to their appearance. The fact is that nowadays personality disorders are not just seen as chronic and persistent behavioral and emotional disturbances – they also may be considered to be particular peculiarities of a personality, which make him or her to be perceived as an odd one. One way or another, psychiatrists and other specialists of psychology face numerous challenges in the diagnostic and measurement aspects related... The Diagnostic and Measurement Challenges Related to Personality...
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Eating disorders
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...disorder Becker, Anne E., Stephen K. Geinspoon, Anne Klibanski, and David B. Herzog. "Eating Disorders." The New England Journal of Medicine 340.14 (1999): 1092-1098. Print. According to the authors, eating disorders are any psychological disorder which is characterized by serious disturbances of eating behavior. The authors argue that around 5 million Americans are suffering from illness associated with eating behaviors. Some of these include anorexia, bulimia nervosa, binge-eating disorders etc. These disorders are mainly characterized by disturbances in eating e.g. distress or high concerns about the weight and shape of the body. Despite the treatment of these disorders being available... Eating...
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Research Paper on Animal Behavior
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...behavioral disorders that may arise in animals and discover the undermining causes. This paper focuses on the history of animal behavior and analyzes the anxiety disorders present in dogs as well as the theurapeutic methods proposed for each form of the disease. History The study of animal behavior was extremely common in the prehistoric era, with primitive humans managing to hunt down animals for food by observing their behavior and interaction with the environment, exploiting the difference between solitary animals and animals living in herds. This is clearly seen by carvings in the walls depicting the hunting... ? The Graham Investor Animal Behavior Research The scientific study of animal behavior...
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Personality Disorders
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...Disorders Task Personality Disorders A personality disorder refers to a human being who has mental problems, and as such, does not function or perform like normal human beings. In most cases, people would brush off an individual with personality disorders as a nut case. However, scientists consider a personality disorder to be a mental problem that highlights various patterns of an individual’s personality. These characteristics include behavioral patterns that are maladaptive in nature. In addition, these persons with personality disorders also endure certain characteristics such as inner experience and cognition that far deviates from that which is normal and accepted within a given... Personality...
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Eating disorders
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...behaviors that endorse thinness, rigid thinking, fear of losing control, a propensity for thoroughness, self-worth, which is overly established by the person’s outlook of their body shape and weight, discontent with body shape, and an engulfing orientation to be thin (Strumia, 2005). A major factor that accelerates and causes the onset of eating disorders, particularly anorexia nervosa is social-cultural impact. It is evident that eating disorders are not prevalent homogeneously in all cultures continuously. For instance, in cultures where there is abundant food, there is the development of a passion... ? Eating Disorders Eating disorders are major psychological conditions that mostly affect young adults ...
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Eating disorders
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...Disorders College: Eating disorders are usually defined as complex psychological syndromes defined by abnormal eating habits. Any eating disorder is marked by extremes. This means that a person’s eating behavior is characterized by severe disturbances, for example, extreme overeating or extreme reduction of amount of food consumed’ a person can also experience extreme concern when it comes to his / her weight. The distortions related to weight and food consumption are life threatening and can lead to serious medical complications. All in all, there are three types of eating disorders defined by health professionals: anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and eating disorders not otherwise... ...
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Eating Disorders
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...disorders. These include Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa and Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (EDNOS). Anorexia Nervosa as defined by the DSM IV criteria is a condition where the patient does not “maintain a minimally normal weight” and also has a constant dread of gaining excessive weight and females develop amenorrhea secondary to the condition. Bulimia nervosa is described as a condition where the patient eats constantly, “followed by inappropriate compensatory behavior (including vomiting, fasting, excessive exercise, laxatives, diuretics)”. The conditions which do not fulfill the requirements of either... ? Eating Disorders The DSM-IV criterion has categorized three conditions under the...
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Psychological disorders
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...disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, specific phobia, panic disorder, selective mutism and oppositional disruptive behavior. It is noted that children and teenagers who are depressed have decreased levels of enjoyment and may become moody, complain of boredom, lesser interest in sports and being irritable. Treatment There are two specific treatment modalities for mood disorders and anxiety which are medication and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT).CBT is a form of psychotherapy that has been documented to have success in treating adolescent and children mood disorders and anxiety. The treatment involves educating both parents and teachers regarding the specific trouble that a child... Introduction ...
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Personality Disorders
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...behavior and personality. The disorders are categorized into disorders of adjustment, anxiety and pervasive development. The case study patient seems to be suffering from adjustment disorders with depressed moods. The patient, who is in his middle age, seems to suffer from the effects of his father refusing him playtime with his age mates when he was a boy. He recalls instances of his father chasing away his playmates and cites this as reason why he stays indoors playing video games by himself and not needing others to be happy. This is given the diagnostic code 309.0 and 301.82. These clinical syndromes are often long lasting... Diagnosis of Personality Disorders: A Case Study This paper offers an...
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Eating Disorders
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...disorders. Several factors have an effect on eating disorders. Culture has an influence on such behavior. For example, in the Western culture where a thin body is idolized, people tend to get easily influenced. Twin studies and familial studies have established that eating disorders do have a genetic predisposition as well. When it comes to environmental factors behavior of family and friends may also have an impact on a person. For example a mother may be too concerned about her daughter’s weight which gradually causes... 1. Discuss two key differences between anorexia nervosa and bulimia. Anorexia nervosa and bulimia are primarily psychiatric disorders and have an effect on the eating habit. Anorexia n...
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Mood disorders
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...Disorders The word mood means what a person feels within such as the emotion, whether happy, sad, excited or bored. The term mood disorder is the abnormality or the strangeness of the mood of a person in a circumstance or condition. It would be unusual that a person would have temper tantrums for no reason at all. There are various types and kinds of mood disorders, but all are characterized by an abrupt change in behavior. There are two major groups of mood disorders. First is the unipolar disorder. This happens when one mood is felt to a great extent that it becomes unhealthy and harmful to the wellbeing of the person. A very common example of a unipolar disorder is severe depression... ? Information...
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Psychological Disorders
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...behavior such as suicide. In short, the clip mainly addresses the negative effects of demanding physical perfection in life. The demand for perfection makes people to exercise excessively and observing extreme cosmetic procedure. According to the clip, education is the main solution to these problems. 2. OCD & Anxiety Disorders Crash Course Psychology Clip This clip expounds on stigmatization of people. According to it, many people have a tendency of using nicknames associated with certain disorders. The clip also claims that anxiety is part of being human and in severe conditions it results... Movie Review, Psychology Eating and Body Dysmorphic Disorders Crash Psychology Clip The clip expounds on...
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Anxiety Disorders
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...Disorders Types and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders A Discussion Paper Outline Introduction Anxiety disorders are commonly occurring, or the most prevalent, mental illness. They involve a set of symptoms that share pathological or severe anxiety as the major disorder of emotional character (Stein & Hollander, 2002). Anxiety, which could be interpreted as the pathological equivalent of common fear, is shown by mood disorders, as well as of physiological, behavioral, and psychological activity (Stein & Hollander, 2002). This essay will discuss the types and treatments of anxiety disorders. The anxiety disorders consist of post-traumatic stress disorder, acute stress disorder... Running Head: Anxiety...
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Personality Disorders
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...behavior, etiquettes etc. Whenever something conflicting strikes the emotional behavior of the individual, the overall personality gets affected. Once the personality disorder starts appearing in the individual and no cognizance is taken of the change in behavior, it gradually takes the shape of long term patterns, if there's no Personality disorders take the shape of long-term patterns, thus causing serious problems in relations at home and at work... Personality Disorders William James defined emotion as "the bodily changes following directly the PERCEPTION of the exciting fact, and that our feeling of the same changes, as they occur" (Wagner, 2009). This theory states that one's mental state is not...
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Beck's Cognitive Therapy for the treatment of Anxiety disorders such as PTSD,OCD andGAD
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...Disorders Today, there are various modalities used as a form of treatment for cognitive behavior disorders. These include psychodynamic, behavior and psychopharmacological treatments. This paper will focus on elaborating Beck’s cognitive behavioral therapy principles and technique. It will also elaborate on the application of the method in different age, gender and culture. Furthermore, this paper will identify the circumstances under which cognitive disorders develop. According to Beck, cognitive disorder and behavior result from negative thinking and beliefs. Moreover, the paper will elaborate how Beck’s technique is applied in the treatment of cognitive... ? Beck’s Cognitive Therapy for Anxiety...
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Mood disorders
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...disorder, there are significant chances for their children or siblings having the same diagnosis (Huffman, 2005). References Carlson, C. (2007). Psychology the science of behavior (4th ed.). New Jersey: Pearson. Gelder, M. (2005). Psychiatry. New York: Oxford University Press. Huffman, K. (2005). Psychology in action (8th ed.). New Jersey: John Wiley.... ? Mood Disorders Mood Disorders A mood may be generalized as a prolonged emotion. Mood disorder, which is a real medical disorder,encompasses a class of mental health problems including all types of bipolar disorder and depression (Huffman, 2005). A mood...
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Psychological disorders
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...Disorders Normalcy could be defined as the status of being in perfect health or without any condition that affects behavior. A behavior is normal on an individual where consistency is observed with that of the person under observation’s most common behavior. Psychologically normal behavior is described when someone’s character conforms to that accepted and common in the society, norm conformity. There are factors that could influence the normal behavior including, place, timing and situation which oscillates with varying societal norms or standards. A normal psychological behavior can easily be contrasted identified definitions of abnormality. The social ramification that comes... Psychological...
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Cognitive disorders
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...behavior can be referred to as a disorder. This condition is accompanied by such signs and symptoms as lack of judgment, restlessness, disinhibition, irritability, modulation of emotions, and impaired control. In some cases, victims exhibit withdrawal, apathy, and disinterest. In current thinking, aphasia research has identified the lexicon’s specific contributions, as well as grammatical constructions involved in processing of language. The current thinking advocates the use of an alternative approach that features semantic, pragmatic and syntactic factors, which interact at, every processing level. This view is established on the notion language as a system of communication... Number: COGNITIVE...
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Psychiatric disorders
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...Disorders Psychiatric disorders have been of interest since the Ancient Greeks and Romans. As medical science has progressed, we have learned more about the biology of what creates abnormalities in behavior. In some cases, surgical techniques have been developed in order to fix these problems. In psychiatry, the focus on treating patients with clinical disorders is though the use of psychopharmacology as a way of treating chemical imbalances in the brain that causes these disorders. Schizophrenia is a clinical disorder in which a patient is afflicted by disorganized cognitive patterns as well as hallucinations that can occur over the range of sensations (American Psychiatric Association... Psychiatric...
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Psychology Of Eating Disorders
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...behavior, but often feel relieved once they release the food from their stomachs. This is because they feel they have shade off a huge amount of emotional stress and ridicule from other people for being overweight. Binge eating disorder, is the other type of eating disorders. It involves excessive consumption of food without any attempts to purge. Individuals with this eating disorder often fell ashamed... Psychology of Eating Disorders Introduction Eating disorders are a group of serious health conditions characterized by one’s preoccupation with food and weight resulting in an individual consuming excess food or insufficient amounts of food in order to control his or her desired weight and body shape ...
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Psychological Disorders
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...disorders are known to be harmful, and dysfuntional when they are labeled to be behaviors such as, atypical, disturbing, maladaptive, and unjustifiable (Myers 2006, pg.522). Although there is medical treatment available for many of these psychological problems, the reaction to the treatment varies from person to person. In that regard it can not be wholly stated that these diseases, in themselves (such as major depression), can be effectively treated by prescribed drugs at all times. When a specialist makes a claim that such a disorder is not a psychological problem, it creates an adversity on those who struggle with the illness...
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Psychological Disorders
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...disorders. Psychological disorders include behavior or psychological symptoms that make the person experiencing them uncomfortable. The psychological disorders are grouped according to the psychological symptoms that they are associated with. When a patient goes to the hospital, a diagnosis is done and this displays the kind of disorder. When patients present similar symptoms to the doctor then they are termed as suffering... they can also try to adapt the same. This contributes much to their way of life since they may to some extent forced to acquire the behavior of those they socialize. Generally, it is clear that a person’s behavior and the functioning of...
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Eating Disorders
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...disorder if the person is experiencing compensatory behavior and bingeing together. Individuals suffering from this disorder may even indulge in activities that are purging in nature, such as: self created vomiting, abnormal usage of laxatives and exercising more than desired. A third and a newly recognized kind of eating disorder is binge eating disorder in which an individual may suffer from the issue of reoccurring incidents that may take place at least twice a week for a period of more than six or as less as six months time (FAUMAN, 2002, p.321). Individuals...  Eating Disorders Introduction Eating disorders is a term used to refer to different types of unhealthy connections of food and an...
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Behavior Problems research paper
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...behaviors and academic achievement in adolescents: The unique role of attention problems. Journal of Emotional and Behavior Disorders, 10 (4), 233-240. Bentley, J. (1996). Creativity and academic achievement. The journal of Education Research, 59 (6... ? Behavior Problems Behavioral problems refer to the suggestive expression of interpersonal and emotional maladjustment. Creativity is the ability to recognize or generate ideas, and is highly related to the higher functions of thinking, like flexibility in thinking processes. According to Yousefi et al. (2010), behavioral problems are a major cause for low academic achievement, especially for boys and first-born learners. The adolescence stage – due to...
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Psychological Disorders
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...disorder among children and teenagers. It is common knowledge that parenting is a huge, permanent responsibility. Although almost anybody can become a parent, the very nature of parenting is where the challenge resides. Numerous kinds of relationships are built over a person’s lifetime but it is the relationship between a parent and a child that is the most addressed and is the focus of psychological, sociological, ecological, and biological theories so as to understand its complicated nature. Parent-child relationship is constantly evolving throughout the lifecycle and influences both parent and child. Children initially learn their behavior by observing... ? Reaction Paper One Psychological Disorders...
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Anorexia disorders
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...disorders Introduction Anorexia disorders are associated with the adoption of an eating habit influenced by a person’s perception on gaining weight. The disorder arises from the obsession of an individual with the need to avoid getting overweight. Consequently, an individual over-limits himself in the quality and quantity of food taken. The victims of anorexia attach body weight on their success. This process culminates in health-compromising behaviors and lifestyle. The adopted lifestyle leads to anorexia because the concerned individual slim more than they expected. It defeats their pre-set objectives. Consequently, frustration affects the anorexia individuals. It is plausible... likely to...
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Sexual Disorders
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...disorders as a result of incomplete Oedipus’ and Electra’s complexes in males and females correspondingly) is out-of-date, as psychodynamic perspective has already proved its inconsistency unless it is combined with social psychological views ( Krueger and Kaplan, 2000). As the scholars write, human matrix of sexual behavior underlies in the set of accepted sexual norms. “A forbidding, puritanical rejection of physical sexuality, including touching, by a parent engenders guilt and shame... Sexual Disorders Sexual life and other forms of close cross-gender interaction play important role in human life. That’s why the study and initial attempts concerning classification and categorization occurred two...
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Personality Disorders
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...Disorders. About 13% of people in the world have some form of personality disorder (Gunderson & Choi-Kain, 2012). DSM-IV General Diagnostic Criteria for a Personality Disorder: A. Experience and behavior that deviates markedly from the expectations of the individual’s culture. This pattern is manifested in two (or more) of the following areas: 1. Cognition (perception and interpretation of self, others, and events) 2. Affect (emotional response) 3. Interpersonal functioning 4. Impulse control B. The enduring pattern is inflexible and pervasive across a broad range of personal... Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing Topic Personality Disorders Grade Level Setting Assistive Technology Devices Infrared...
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Anxiety disorders
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...disorder. The mean age of children in the study had to be less than 18 years of age. van Steensel et al. (2011) found 86 initial studies, and from those studies a total of 31 studies met the criteria. The two diagnostic instruments that were used most often were the Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised (ADI-R) instrument and the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule-Generic (ADOS-G). Is a semi-structured interview that is conducted with the caregiver or caregivers that has them describe their child’s behavior and their child’s development. There were three behavioral measures for this test: reciprocal social interaction, communication, and restricted and repetitive... ? Anxiety Disorders in Autistic...
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...disorder. The mean age of children in the study had to be less than 18 years of age. van Steensel et al. (2011) found 86 initial studies, and from those studies a total of 31 studies met the criteria. The two diagnostic instruments that were used most often were the Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised (ADI-R) instrument and the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule-Generic (ADOS-G). Is a semi-structured interview that is conducted with the caregiver or caregivers that has them describe their child’s behavior and their child’s development. There were three behavioral measures for this test: reciprocal social interaction, communication, and restricted and repetitive... Anxiety Disorders in Autistic...
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Sexual Disorders
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...disorders as a result of incomplete Oedipus' and Electra's complexes in males and females correspondingly) is out-of-date, as psychodynamic perspective has already proved its inconsistency unless it is combined with social psychological views ( Krueger and Kaplan, 2000). As the scholars write, human matrix of sexual behavior underlies in the set of accepted sexual norms. "A forbidding, puritanical rejection of physical sexuality, including touching, by a parent engenders guilt and shame... Sexual Disorders Sexual life and other forms of close cross-gender interaction play important role in human life. That's why the study and initial attempts concerning classification and categorization occurred two...
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Exceptional needs children
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...Disorder and Conduct Disorder are behavior disorders that affect children’s lives both socially and cognitively since they have difficulty understanding social rules. Imagine growing up unable to control behavioral impulses and not understanding why others react as they do to your actions! Children with these disorders are often incarcerated if they do not receive early intervention services when they are in elementary school. 
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Developmental Disorders
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...Disorders Template Instructions: Complete each of the following two tables found on pages 2 of this template. Autistic Disorder Symptoms of Impaired Social Interaction List the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition, Text Revision (DSM-IV-TR) symptoms under the category, “impaired social interaction.” 1. Marked impairment in the use of multiple non verbal behaviors like eye contact. 2. Failure to strike peer relationships appropriate with developmental stage. 3. lack of spontaneous seeking to share enjoyment, interests or achievements with others 4. Lack of social or emotional reprocity. Symptoms of Impaired Communication List the DSM-IV-TR... Developmental...
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Eating Disorders Research Paper
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...disorders most often develop during adolescence and young adulthood, although children and older adults may also suffer from them in some cases. Both men and women may be affected, but it is girls and women who are the primary victims. It is often difficult to diagnose eating disorders, as the sufferers are acutely conscious of their abnormal behavior and attempt to conceal the problem from family and friends. There is a tendency to “withdraw from social contact and deny that their eating patterns are problematic” (American Psychological Association website. 2012). Eating disorders arise from a combination of causes. The three major types of eating disorders are anorexia nervosa, bulimia... Eating...
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