Disorder

Eating Disorders

Hello ladies and gentlemen, for those who don’t already know me I’m your local Health Advisor Dr. Craft. I apologise for interrupting your crucial studies but I can assure you that it is necessary. I’m here today to talk to you about various eating disorders due to new statistics proving that you, sat in front […]

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

In small groups we were given a choice of stimuli such as poems, pictures and ideas. Our group chose the idea of ‘chaos and order’ as our stimulus because we thought that there would be many ideas to develop from this. We spent a lot of time discussing the idea of ‘order and chaos’ – […]

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Inventory System Summary

The Learnong Resources Center ( LRC) of PCC, I observes that the facilities are good, its managable. theres a lot of books. All the references and textbooks are available, there is also display the thesis. The LRC of PCC was also have OPAC ( online public acess catalog ) whare locate books and easily find […]

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Somatoform Disorders

Basically, our mentality or intellectual mind can be a source of our body to generate bodily symptoms or it worsens our physical illness. This physical symptoms may continue and eventually be worsened due to emotional factor that a person my felt. When this person encountering a lot of stresses or the person cannot cope to […]

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Adjustment Disorder

During the 19th century, they view that a person who build up such symptoms after stressful events is believed to be influenced by genetic or familial weakness of the nervous system, but this theory is rejected by some of the psychosocial theorist, and instead suggest that the unconscious psychological processes contributes to the stress response […]

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The Red Convertible

Casualties of war continue to happen long after the individuals time in combat has come to an end. To the public’s eye, veterans returning home must be overwhelmed with joy to be out of danger and put back into the world they once knew. But are they? Veterans returning home from combat experience are faced […]

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Not All Fairytales Have a Happy Ending: Sleeping Beauty Syndrome

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to sleep forever? It won???t seem like a bad thing for us sleep-deprived-busy-bodies. But for those who suffer from Sleeping Beauty Syndrome, will it be like a fairy tale? In the fairy tale a simple kiss can wake up the princess and there???s always a happy […]

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Obsessive-compulsive Disorder

Dollard and Miller (1950) stated that, in humans, most learning is social and acquired through observing other people in social situations. Their Social Learning Theory, whilst having its roots in Skinnerian principles, aims to offer a more complex theory of learning in humans within a social context. Bandura (1977) states: “Learning would be extremely laborious, […]

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Is ADHD a Real Disorder

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or commonly ADHD, is a supposed disorder in which a person has trouble controlling their behavior or paying attention. The condition usually becomes apparent in early school years. It is approximated that about 3 to 5 percent of children have this disorder. That is about 2 million children in the United […]

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Reactive Attachment Disorder

This paper explores the psychological disorder known as Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD). It will investigate how a child diagnosed with RAD will have an inefficient connection with his or her caregiver during an early age. RAD is considered a serious disorder which affects infant and young children who have difficulties establishing healthy relationship with their […]

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Personality Disorder Theories

Robert Redford’s 1980 film “Ordinary People” demonstrates a fluid understanding of modern psychological conceptions of personality disorders. In exploring the wide-range of repercussions associated with the separate, recognized types of personality disorder, Guest’s novel focused on three primary characters, all family members: a mother, father, and son . Redford’s movie maintains this trio as primary […]

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Obsessive-compulsive Personality Disorder

The fourth edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders or DSM-IV-TR categorizes obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD) under Cluster C, code 301.4 along with avoidant and dependent personality disorders (Fitzgerald, 2003). Termed “anankastic personality disorder” by the ICD-10 (code F60.5), the corresponding European manual of mental disorders, OCPD is characterized by inflexibility, excessive […]

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Adjustment Disorder With Mixed Emotional Features

Adjustment disorder causes a person to feel depressed and anxiety or a combination of both. A person facing these characteristics thus ends up acting as a social misfit by avoiding the general rules and regulations in the society.

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