Affective neuroscience

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  • Zach's Case: The Cognitive Model

    Zach’s Case Zach is a 21-year-old college student who currently moved back in with his parents after spending the first two years living away from home. Zach has always been known as an easygoing person but as of recently he has had problems with people thinking that they’re “out to get him”. This all started after him and girlfriend, Julie, broke up when she revealed that she has fallen in love with somebody else. Zach then stopped socializing with others, working out, cleaning around the…

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  • Why Frozen Shoulder

    Frozen shoulder, otherwise known as adhesive capsulitis, is a condition in the shoulder characterized by stiffness, pain, and limitation of motion. It is typical in frozen shoulder to involve only one, although, few cases affect both shoulders. Causes: Frozen shoulder usually happen after a recent injury or after a medical procedure or from a medical condition such as stroke, diabetes, or mastectomy. The inability of moving the shoulder into its full range of motion because of pain results to…

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  • Mayo Clinic Depression Essay

    According to Mayo Clinic, depression “is a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest.” Depression is not just feeling sad or grieving, it is being so sad and down that it affects all areas of everyday activities. Although there are different types of depression, they all have many similarities. Four main types of depression include major depressive disorder, persistent depressive disorder, premenstrual dysphoric disorder and disruptive mood dysregulation…

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  • Letter Written On A Ferry Tone

    In Anne Sexton’s poem “Letter Written on a Ferry”, she uses tone to convey meaning and to express her feelings. “Letter Written on a Ferry” was written while Anne was going through a breakup. This poem was written to express her feelings while going through this period of her life. When reading this poem, the reader automatically thinks a woman is leaving her loved one. Even though that is true, there is a hidden meaning that Sexton is trying to convey by using tone and her life experiences.…

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  • Boredom Definition

    Can someone really "die of boredom"? The phrase is so commonly used, but could it be true? Many sources say boredom is good for people but, research shows that yes, a person can die of boredom. So is said, those who complain of being bored may be at risk to die young. Those who have been at state of high level tedium are likely, by two and a half times a possibility of dying of boredom as a person is with possibilities of dying of a heart disease or stroke. Boredom is also believed to be a…

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  • Healing Shame Training

    Healing shame Most of you have never heard of the term Healing shame. This is a unique training program workshop designed for therapists and other related experts. Healing shame helps us understand different impacts caused b shame and how to deal with them. Shame can be defined as unwanted inner experience. It is mostly associated with feeling such as guilt, being unwanted, rejection among others. Shame makes a person feel unwanted. It makes a person feel nothing can be done to rectify or…

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  • Major Depression In African American Women: A Case Study

    Major depression consist of at least one of the symptoms of either depressed mood or loss of interest or pleasure (American Psychiatric Association, 2013). The symptoms for major depression consist of depressed mood, loss of energy, significant weight differences such as more than 5% of body weight in a month, feelings of worthlessness, inability to concentrate, recurrent thoughts of death, insomnia or hypersomnia, and psychomotor agitation. The severity of the depression is determined by the…

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  • A Misunderstood Disease By Stephanie Mallet: An Analysis

    Stephanie Mallet on her book “Depression: A misunderstood disease” stated that Unipolar depression is a rigorous form of depression which is alike with clinical depression or major-depressive disorder. It is a staid illness and may have severe disabling effects. This mental illness affects women more severely than men. Unipolar depression is a psychiatric disorder which makes you feel not interested with common activities. You are always in a low mood and don’t find joy in anything. It affects…

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  • Miss Havisham Mental Illness

    In the novel Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, we see many colorful characters roaming about the streets of old England. One character in the book however, was named Miss.Havisham and, although she is a fictional character, the way she is portrayed, in real life she would be diagnosed with a few mental disorders, such as, Major Depression, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), and OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder). Miss.Havisham is suffering from depression. Miss.Havisham is filled…

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  • Case Study Of Mental Illness In Canada

    Each year one in four people aged 15 to 20 will be diagnosed with a mental illness in Canada., but only 25 per cent will seek help. For too long, Todd Devlin was a part of the majority. After dealing with his parents’ divorce and his transition to university, Devlin noticed something different about himself. The McMaster undergraduate stopped attending classes only to sit at home in misery. “In my third year of university, I struggled big time,” said Devlin in an email interview. “There…

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