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  • Anxiety Disorder Treatment Plan Essay

    Treatment Plan for Generalized Anxiety Disorder This treatment plan is based upon the scenario presented in Unit 4, for client Kristen. According to the criterion set out in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5), this client has all of the symptoms of Generalized Anxiety Disorder, (GAD) 300.02 (F41.1). The presenting symptoms include: excessive worrying, tiredness, irritability, sleeplessness, muscle tension, and difficulty concentrating. Her…

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  • Theme Of All Summer In A Day

    The short story All Summer in a Day, by Ray Bradbury shows how many people don’t think about the results of their actions and reveals that many people do not pause and look at the consequences for their actions and reveals that if people aren’t thinking before they act they will really affect someone. In this short story there are many examples of when someone on Venus suffers because they do not contemplate the consequences because of their previous actions. Each 9 year old has an experience in…

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  • Hardships And Hardship In John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men

    Hardships come in a variety of ways. Depression, loneliness, loss, broken relationships are all forms of hardship. To endure hardship, is more than just continuing to exist; it is continuing to exist in the same manner as before the suffering began. Many people need someone to help them endure their hardship and their suffering; however, others prefer to be by themselves. In the book Of Mice and Men, written by John Steinbeck, we can see these two ways of dealing with hardship and suffering in…

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  • BMI Screening Depressive Disorders: A Case Study

    Summary: The chronic nature of depressive disorders in adolescence, along with the adverse consequences of the non-treatment of such disorders, has led to interest in the use of SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) antidepressant medication as a means of treatment. Since the 1990s, SSRIs have become the prominent treatment option for children and adolescents with depression and have been more effective as well as safer than predecessor medications. Yet, the safety of using these…

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  • Beck Depression Inventory Analysis

    THE BECK DEPRESSION INVENTORY - 2ND EDITION this diagnostic device is designed to assess depressive symptoms in the adult population. James completed The Beck Depression Inventory – 2nd Edition. He had a total raw score of 15on this test, which places him in the mild clinical symptom range, related to depression. Scores from 0 to 13 are considered in the nonclinical symptom range, for The Beck Depression Inventory – 2nd Edition. Scores from 14 to 19 are considered in the mild clinical symptom…

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  • Burnout Limitations

    Definitions Burnout: Maslach & Jackson (1981) described burnout as a state of exhaustion and depersonalization that causes a lack of professional efficacy and, or reduces the likelihood of personal accomplishments. Emotional exhaustion: Emotional exhaustion is defined as feelings of fatigue (Maslach &Jackson, 1981; Morgan, deBruin, & deBruin, 2014). It is a chronic state of both emotional and physical depletion due to exhaustion. Depersonalization: Depersonalization occurred when the…

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  • Major Depression Research Paper

    Major depression is a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest during daily activities (Major Depression). This disorder is known as one of the most common mental disorders (Kohn). It affects how people feel, think, and behave in certain situations. Depression can come on suddenly, or be the effect of various events piling on top of each other (Depression). People between the age of 15-20 have experienced some soft of depression throughout their lives, while…

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  • The Chemistry Of Love And Oxytocin

    The Chemistry of Love Love is an intense feeling of deep affection towards a person, place, or thing. Oftentimes human beings refer to their hearts as the source of their emotions and deep affections, but that is not true. The heart is simply a hollow muscular organ that pumps blood throughout the body. In fact, a human’s central nervous system in the brain is the cause of any and all affections. The misconception that the heart is the cause of human emotions evolved after the thirteenth and…

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  • The Ultimatum Game (VMPC) F

    Koenigs and Tranel (2007) used the ultimatum game (UG) to study the responses of patients with ventromedial prefrontal cortex (VMPC) damage. Since VMPC have been previously been shown to affect emotion regulation, Koenigs and Tranel hypothesized that patients with VMPC damage would be likely to “irrationally” reject an unfair offer in the UG because they lack the emotional regulation necessary to “rationally” accept. To test their hypothesis, Koenigs and Tranel recruited VMPC patients (n=7),…

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  • Psychodynamic Approach To Social Psychology

    Psychopathology Psychopathology is simply known as the study of mental illness. A mental illness is usually diagnosed when an individual is failing to function adequately and displaying abnormal behaviour. However, it has proven difficult over time for psychologists to rightly define what abnormal behaviour is and what isn’t. Likewise, the definition of an abnormality most likely depends on deviation from social norms in which the individual’s behaviour violates ‘unwritten’ rules within the…

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