In hopes to gain a position as a working psychologist, I would first like to discuss Schizophrenia. With Schizophrenia this disorder has casual factors, related symptoms, the areas of the brain it affects, and the neural basis of the disorder. I will also like to discuss suitable drug therapies that will be compatible with Schizophrenia. In addition to what I will discuss I will also be reviewing two separate case studies, each on a different disorders. I will be investigative to each problem from the perspective of a bio psychologist. I will define the patient’s diagnosis I will also be relating each case of the cases to the nature-nurture theory. This theory will better help me understand each disorder. I will also be speaking about helpful drug interventions and solutions for each disorder. When I like to talk about the tool of drug intervention, I like to speak about the positive and negative effects that the drugs may have on the individual. Last but not least I will discuss the treatment methods that I have found through research to be effective for both disorders of the disorders.
When it comes to Schizophrenia it is defined as “a group of severe brain disorders in which people interpret reality abnormally” ("Mayo Clinic", 1998-2012). Some symptoms of schizophrenia contain delusions, hallucinations, incoherent speech or difficulty performing everyday tasks. Other symptoms include lack of emotion, inability to experience pleasure, and last but not least social withdrawal. It is not exactly known what actually causes schizophrenia, but it is believed by some researchers that genetics and the individuals’ environment may play a major role in developing the Schizophrenia disease. There are certain events that can trigger schizophrenia in individuals who are in danger for the disorder just based off of their genes. The neural basis of schizophrenia also includes structural malformations of the hindbrain, forebrain and last but not least the limbic system....
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