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Psychology
Briefly summarize how psychological disorders are classified and the role of the DSM IV and these major classes of psychological disorders. Anxiety Disorders Dissoclative Disorders Somatoform Disorders Mood Disorders Schizophrenia Oersonality Disorders

college psych
Which of the following categories of disorders is most prevalent in the United States? a) Mood Disorders b) Psychotic Disorders c) Substance Abuse/ dependence disorders d) Dissociative Disorders e) Anxiety Disorders I believe the answer is E

psych
For this assignment, you will create a Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation. Your presentation must briefly summarize how psychological disorders are classified including the role of the DSM IV. Your presentation must have at least one slide for each of the major classes of ...

psych
For this assignment, you will create a Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation. Your presentation must briefly summarize how psychological disorders are classified including the role of the DSM IV. Your presentation must have at least one slide for each of the major classes of ...

Psychology 210
For this assignment, you will create a Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation. Your presentation must briefly summarize how psychological disorders are classified including the role of the DSM IV. Your presentation must have at least one slide for each of the major classes of ...

science
2. Assignment: Psychological Disorders’ Presentation For this assignment, you will create a Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation. Your presentation must briefly summarize how psychological disorders are classified including the role of the DSM IV. Your presentation must ...

introduction
Ms. Sue is this a good introduction for my presentation on the different psychological disorders: Psychological disorders or personality disorders is defined as mental disorders with inflexible, enduring, maladaptive orderly sequences of adjustment to life associated with ...

Psychology
Need to know if this the correct answer that I chose. Is the correct answer B Regarding personality disorders, which of the following statements is FALSE? a. Personality disorders are all maladaptive but vary in severity of impairment. b. Personality disorders typically emerge...

psy - definition
definition of Psychological disorders Psychological disorders or personality disorders can be defined as mental disorder with inflexible, enduring, maladaptive orderly sequences of adjustment to life associated with subjective distress or severe impairment of adaptive ...

health
a. anxiety disorders only affect adults over the age of 50. b. workplace losses due to anxiety disorders have increased. c. medical costs associated with anxiety disorders have decreased. d. they are the second most common mental health problem in the U.S.

college psych
Which of the following is true of the prevalance rate of psychological disorders in the United States? a) Men experience mood disorders at a higher rate than women b) Women and men differ substanrially on disorders such as schizophrenia c) Men and women experience about the ...

PE
Mood disorders and personality disorders often make it difficult for a person to get along with others.

Health
31. brenda is 15 years old. She is 5 ft. 6 in. tall and weighs 140 lbs. What is her BMI? a. 20.31 b. 21.40 c. 22.59 d. 24.63 33. In which of the following ways are anorexia and bulimia the same? a. Both are disorders in which the person is very concerned about his or her body ...

psychology
1. Stress can be the root cause of psychological disorders. Name four symptoms shared by acute and posttraumatic stress disorders.

Education 7b
What qualifies as an emotional disorder? Explain which emotional disorders are most common in children. How might these emotional disorders affect a child’s development and learning?

pyschology
Assignment: Psychiatric Disorders, Diseases, and Drugs • Due Date: Day 7 [Individual] forum • Write a 700- to 1050-word paper in APA format on the following psychological disorders and diseases. Discuss any associated theories behind the disorder/disease: o Schizophrenia o...

Psychology HELP !
For your opinion, do you think personality disorders should be an inclusion as a diagnostic category in the next version of the DSM ? On the other hand, do you think personality disorders is a fact or a fiction? :)) Thank youu

Psychology
Personality disorders are thought to originate during childhood but many health professionals are reluctant to diagnose children. Why is this? I need to know the positives and negatives of early diagnosis of personality disorders in children. Can someone please help me out? ...

abnormal behavior
1. Some criteria used for reaching a diagnosis cannot be observed directly 2. Personality disorders can be similar to each other. 3. People with different personalities can be given the same diagnosis 4. Do you think that personality disorders are true mental illnesses? Why or...

Psycology
The DSM-IV is an important tool for clinicians. It provides a standard for diagnoses to be standardized across psychology; however, the DSM-IV is not as precise for diagnosing personality disorders as some psychologists would like. Give an example of each of the following ...

Psychology
I have to write a paper on Psychological disorders from a specific perspective. I was going to choose Cognitive-behavioral and then systematic desensitization. I have to Develop an explanation for disorders from this perspective and describe the type of treatment that might be...

Biology
Can you help me find statistics on the amount of people who suffer with genetic disorders/diseases every year or the amount of people who die from genetic disorders. Thanks a million.

UOP PSY 270
Respond to the following: 1.Stress can be the root cause of psychological disorders. Name four symptoms shared by acute and posttraumatic stress disorders. 2.What life events are most likely to trigger a stress disorder? 3.Traumatic events do not always result in a diagnosable...

health
how do child abuse programs reflect the scientific theory and human disorders theory? Which "scientific theory and human disorders theory" are you referring to? We need more specific data to provide help. Please repost, and we will do our best to help. Thanks for asking.

Suggestions on paper: biology
I have to write a paper for my bio class and the teacher is giving us alot of freedom on it. Its a research paper on many topics about the body. I chose sinus infection and lung disorders. Its way too broad of a topic. She said to really focus on it anyway we wanted so it can ...

PSY/soo
Compare and contrast normal and abnormal psychology. · Examine at least two mental disorders and two mental illnesses from the perspective of psychology. · Discuss the similarities and differences among the therapies for each school of thought in psychology for treating ...

Disorders
I need to know if my diagnoses of the following symptoms are correct before I start my research: Past several weeks that he is having more bruises, or ecchymosis, all over his body. After coughing this morning, he noticed tiny red marks all around his eyes. I believe the ...

psychology
Which of the following statements regarding the nature of stress is true? A. Continued exposure to stress is associated with the secretion of stress-related hormones. B. Cataclysmic events such as earthquakes are, inevitably, the most devastating stressors for most people. C. ...

Psychological
Which of the following statements regarding the nature of stress is true? A. Accumulating hassles may well lead to a sudden onset of PTSD. B. Psychophysiological disorders are primarily mental disorders. C. Continued exposure to stress is associated with the secretion of ...

Psychology
Cross-cultural research indicates that somatoform disorders are more common in some cultures than in others. Briefly discuss some of the symptoms of somatoform disorders, and use the social-cultural perspective to explain why they may be more prevalent in some cultures.

English
Using Lamott's essay "Hunger" as a point of departure, do some research and write an essay defining the nature and origins of eating disorders such as anorexia and bulimia. What social, psychological, or chemical factors can lead to an eating disorder? what solutions have ...

Human Growth
Amniocentesis is most often recommended for women: A. under 18 to detect defects and chromosomal Disorders B. over age 35 to detect genetic defects and chromosomal disorders C. who have Tay-Sachs disease to determine whether the baby has Down’s syndrome D. who are between 8 ...

psycholog
The DSM-IV The DSM-IV is an important tool for clinicians. It provides a standard for diagnoses to be standardized across psychology; however, the DSM-IV is not as precise for diagnosing personality disorders as some psychologists would like. Give an example of each of the ...

psy315
a psychologist at a mental hospital was asked to determine whether there was any clear difference in the length of stay of patients with different categories of diagnosis. looking at the last 4 patients in each of the 3 major categories , the results in terms of weeks and stay...

english
The high rate of eating disorders in the United States is mainly attributed to social factors such as media, cultural influences, and family factors. My questions is should it be, The high rate of eating disorders in the United States IS/ARE mainly attributed?

science
parasitic worm infestation is hypothesized to be damaging to the host. However scientists have recently discovered that worm infestation of certain autoimmune disorders. in which of the following ways should the hypothesized to be modified , given the new findings A. worm ...

science
parasitic worm infestation is hypothesized to be damaging to the host. However scientists have recently discovered that worm infestation of certain autoimmune disorders. in which of the following ways should the hypothesized to be modified , given the new findings A. worm ...

AED
A child’s perception of self varies by age and emotional development. As a professional, it is important that you recognize a child’s self image as it relates to his or her development. How do strategies that promote a healthier self-image differ as a child matures from ...

pe
what are the different postural disorders?

Anatomy and Physiology
There are many disease, disorders, syndromes that attack the muscular system such as muscular dystrophy, hypotonia, polio, etc. Because of our research facilities and advanced medical care in the United States, many of the people in our country who are victims of these ...

psychology
How psychological disorders are classified:

heath
how long do anxiety disorders last

Psychology
The majority of psychologists are electric, which means they draw information from different schools of thought rather than limiting themselves to information gained from only one perspective. However, most psychologists agree that it's important to: a. gather empirical ...

Psychology
The majority of psychologists are electric, which means they draw information from different schools of thought rather than limiting themselves to information gained from only one perspective. However, most psychologists agree that it's important to: a. gather empirical ...

psy - Ms. sue
Ms. Sue, This is the question. I already posted the answer. Biomedical and psychotherapy are two basic approaches to treating psychological disorders. A number of approaches fall under the category of psychotherapy, but they all include the following four essential ...

health
I need information on skin disorders for a project

Psy210
Can someone help me with assignment; Psychological Disorders'Presentation?

Psychology
Final Project Analyzing Psychological Disorders

Psychology
Underlying causes of unipolar and bipolar disorders

bio
outlining how disorders such as Trisomy 21 occur.

Computers
What are some computer work related disorders?

Health
Identify and define the causes of mental disorders

psy-
Biomedical and psychotherapy are two basic approaches to treating psychological disorders. A number of approaches fall under the category of psychotherapy, but they all include the following four essential characteristics: 1. systematic interaction between a client and a ...

Biology
What are three major types of disorders? Give examples of each.

health
How many American adults do anxiety disorders affect each year?

Bio
Tutoring on heart disorders that involve tachycardia as a symptom

AED
what are some ways to help students that suffer from internal disorders? Thoughts?

health
A specialist who diagnoes, treats, and prevents disorders and diseases of children is a/an?

anatomy and physiology 1
describle two vision disorders that cause abnormal eyeballshape.

beh
acute, Adjustment, Bipolar, Communication disorders examples I need please help me

health 2
Describe two common personality traits of people with eating disorders. a. b.

science
what causes some genetic disorders like sickle cell anemia

mental health
what treatment options are used to assist patients with anxiety disorders?

quick science question
What are some ways in which genetics collect samples to test for disorders?

Medical Term
I am just looking for a few examples of "the prevalence of cardiac disorders in our society".

biology
I need a list of diseases, disorders and items that we injest or inhale that affect the nucleus of a cell

Disorders
All of my questions are only hypothetical scenarios for my class assignment and will not be used to provide a diagnoses.

Health (Ms. Sue)
1. Compare three types of hereditary diseases. A: Single-gene diseases occur when 1 gene out of the 30,000 to 40,000 genes in the body has a harmful mutation, whereas in complex diseases, more than one gene influences the onset of the disease. However, chromosomal diseases can...

P.E. CHECK
15. Who should address the needs of a patient with a mental disorder? A. speech therapist B. An internal Medicine Doctor C. A mental health Professional*** D. A medical intern 12. If you've started a lot of hobbies all at once, you should watch out for clinical depression to ...

Psycology
Can someone help me find a website with this information about psychological disorders that are classified including the role of the DSM IV.

P.E
Which is NOT a health professional who treats mental and emotional disorders? A. Psychiayrist B. Neurologist C. Social workers D. Psycholohist Is the answer B?

PE CHECK ANSWERS
15. Who should address the needs of a patient with a mental disorder? A. speech therapist B. An internal Medicine Doctor C. A mental health Professional*** D. A medical intern 12. If you've started a lot of hobbies all at once, you should watch out for clinical depression to ...

The Science of Nutrition
Explain from a physiological standpoint, how eating disorders may lead to health problems. Give at least 3 examples.

HEALTH
Phonology refers to the science which treats A. blood disorders. B. vocal sounds. C. heart rhythms. D. nutritional deficiencies.

Bio
What is being asked of me, the question reads: Extrapolate single trait genetic flow to human disorders and diseases.

Mental Health Diagnosis and assessment
Hello I am not sure about my answers. Can someone help me? Jose is a Latino client who presents with occupational difficulties. He was laid off from a construction job 8 months ago and has been unable to find work. Ever since he lost his job, he has been drinking alcohol ...

Science
does anyone have information on disorders related to carbohydrates such as lactose intolerance, diabeted or hypoglycemia or know where i could find something that explans this well to me

Psychology-Opinions wanted
Personality disorders are thought to originate during childhood but many health professionals are reluctant to diagnose children. Why is this?

beh
help please i need examples, causes, treatment and symptoms for each of the following: acute, biopolar, mood,and eating disorders.ASAP

P.E
A physician who treats disorders of the nervous system is a A. Psychiatric social worker B. Neuroligist C. Psych neruologist D. Clinical psychologist Is the answer B?

health
Because mood disorders such as depression substantially increase the risk of suicide, ________ is a matter of serious concern for clinicians.

sci
Explain, from a physiological standpoint, how eating disorders may lead to health problems. Give at least three examples to support your answer.

health
Which approach is commonly used to treat eating disorders? A. Electroshock therapy B. Nutritional counseling C. Physical fitness D. None of the above b?

Health
Aspects of personality, temperament, and behaviors can make children more susceptible to developing alcohol use disorders such as, ________.

Health
Both anorexia and bulimia can be treated by specific medications targeting eating disorders physiological therapy*** dieting personal trainers

Mental and Emotional Disorders
How many percent of Americans experience the symptoms of a mental disorder? A. 10 B. 20 C. 50 D. 60

psychology/science
what is the full definition of sleep? What are some sleep disorders?

biology
what are examples of enzymatic disorders? How do the diseases involve enzymatic reactions?

Biology
Which chromosome is more exposed to sex-linked disorders X or Y chromosome? Why?

abnormal pysc
What problems do clinicians have when they diagnose personality disorders?  What causes the problems?

Psychological and Psychophysiological Stress Disor
What kind of traumatic events cause undiagnosable psychological disorders?

Psychology- HELP!!!!
The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 (MMPI-2) is a test used primarily to measure: A. psychological disorders. B. spatial relationships. C. verbal intelligence. D. unconscious motives. A

psychology
Need guidance on how to answer those questions. the text is below The DSM-IV is an important tool for clinicians. It provides a standard for diagnoses to be standardized across psychology; however, the DSM-IV is not as precise for diagnosing personality disorders as some ...

nutrition
from a physiological point of view how do eating disorders change your life health problems. I know they have low self esteem and want to be thin like they don't feel their pretty enough but what else?

psychology-help please
I'm workinng on assignment and need help a)The danger of overdiagnosis b)The power of diagnostic labels c)The confusion of serious mental disorders with normal problems d)The illusion of objectivity and universality THANKS!!!

psychology
One common aspect of among dissociative disorders is: (a.)memory of childhood abuse. (B.)escape from an anxiety-producing situation. (C.)a painful physical symptom.(d.) departure from reality.

Health
Extreme efforts to lose weight among teenagers can lead to ________. A. Obesity related illnesses B. High self-esteem C. More energy D. Eating disorders D?

P.E
Which of the following does not describe why many people with eating disorders do not see help because they_____. A. are embarrassed b.deny there is a problem C. find comfort in food D are ashamed of their behaviors I don't now if its C or D but My personal think its D Ms.Sue ...

health
Extreme efforts to lose weight among teenagers can lead to ________. A. Obesity related illnesses B. Eating disorders C. More energy D. High self-esteem i think its b

Cardiovalscular
Phonology refers to the science which treats A. vocal sounds B. heart rhymths C.nutrional deficiencies D. blood disorders my answer is (C) can someone check my answer

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