"Historical Case Study Of An Individual Who Experienced A Neurological Disorder Disease Or Accident That Resulted In An Interruption In His Or Her Vision Hearing Or Motor Control" Essays and Research Papers

  • Historical Case Study Of An Individual Who Experienced A Neurological Disorder Disease Or Accident That Resulted In An Interruption In His Or Her Vision Hearing Or Motor Control

    This document of PSYCH 575 Week 2 Individual Assignment Neuron Worksheet consists of: Part I: In the text boxes provided, identify the structures of a basic neuron. Part II: In the space provided, explain the process a neuron undergoes when going from a resting potential to an action potential to the release of its neurotransmitters. Psychology - General Psychology PSYCH 575 Week 1 Individual Assignment Biological Psychology Worksheet ·  Complete  the University of Phoenix Material:...

    Action potential, Axon, Myelin 626  Words | 3  Pages

  • PSYCH 575 Week 1 DQ 1

    assumptions of physiological psychology? What effect do these assumptions have on psychology? Psychology - General Psychology PSYCH 575 Week 1 Individual Assignment Biological Psychology Worksheet ·  Complete  the University of Phoenix Material: Biological Psychology Worksheet, located on the student website. PSYCH 575 Week 2 Individual Assignment Neuron Worksheet ·  Complete  the University of Phoenix Material: Neuron Worksheet, located on the student website. ·  Use  the...

    Action potential, Axon, Myelin 603  Words | 3  Pages

  • PSYCH 575 Week 4 DQ 1

    long-term memory, while stressful or fearful life experiences are often lost or buried in people Psychology - General Psychology PSYCH 575 Week 1 Individual Assignment Biological Psychology Worksheet ·  Complete  the University of Phoenix Material: Biological Psychology Worksheet, located on the student website. PSYCH 575 Week 2 Individual Assignment Neuron Worksheet ·  Complete  the University of Phoenix Material: Neuron Worksheet, located on the student website. ·  Use  the...

    Action potential, Axon, Myelin 609  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat

    Fall 2009 Pathology of Select Neurological Diseases “The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat” written by Oliver Sacks, is a book of case studies in which individuals with neurological dysfunctions are described. “Hippocrates introduced the historical conception of disease, the idea that diseases have a course, from their first intimations to their climax or crisis, and thence to their happy or fatal resolution.” (Sacks, Preface vii). The cases chronicled, possessing dysfunctions...

    Alzheimer's disease, Clinical trial, Intelligence quotient 876  Words | 6  Pages

  • Analyzing Psychological Disorders 17

    Brain, the Body and the Mind Analyzing Psychological Disorders Presented to: Instructor University of Phoenix   Thank you for considering me for the psychologist position with your organization. I enjoyed meeting with you today. I understand as a psychologist, I am expected to recognize all disorders in order to assist people that are suffering. The first part of my paper will discuss schizophrenia disorders. I will briefly explain what areas of the brain are affected...

    Addiction, Brain, Hippocampus 2525  Words | 7  Pages

  • Neurological Disorder Parkinson s Disea

     Parkinson’s Disease Noreen Sahs PSY350 Dr. Wayne Briner June 1, 2014 The reasons chosen to critique Parkinson’s disease are entirely personal, are educational in nature and are emotional personally. My stepmother was diagnosed, after many misdiagnoses, with PD about a year ago. Before her final PD diagnosis a great deal of degeneration in her functioning with debilitating symptoms over a period of about two years manifested. She suffered from a frequent chronic dry, hacking cough that lasted...

    Basal ganglia, Brain, Dopamine 1814  Words | 8  Pages

  • Huntington's Disease

    Huntington’s Disease Garry Estrada University of Phoenix PSYCH/575 February 6, 2011 Rex Philpot, Ph.D. Huntington’s Disease The human body in its ability to function properly is comprised of the central nervous system, the peripheral nervous system, and the autonomic nervous system, which is a “branch of the peripheral nervous system” (Carlson, 2010, p. 97). The central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system make up the primary controls that command all...

    Brain, Central nervous system, Chromosome 1927  Words | 6  Pages

  • Lou Gehrigs Disease

    seizure disorders. Epilepsy stems from the nervous system and is considered a disorder of the brain which is characterized by brief, intermittent disturbances in the normal electrical functions of the brain resulting in seizures. For the brain to function properly, a balance between excitation and inhibition must be present. Epilepsy can result from a birth defect, infection of the brain, brain tumor, or a spontaneous head injury. The cause is unknown for 50% of all cases. Epilepsy...

    Anticonvulsant, Complex partial seizure, Epilepsy 1581  Words | 5  Pages

  • Tbi Case Study

    TBI Case Study: Mary S. Jane Doe Anonymous Univerisity Purpose The purpose of this paper is to describe the procedures, evaluations, assessments, and results used to determine Mary’s level of TBI and premorbid estimation, to describe the effects of Mary’s TBI on her daily life, and to determine and explain the services and interventions that will be developed and implemented to aid Mary in adjusting to her newly altered life. Thesis Statement Although Mary has physically recovered...

    Brain, Cognition, Concussion 2321  Words | 7  Pages

  • Case Studies

    For each case, include the following: An analysis of the situation and possible causes for the subject’s behavior A preliminary diagnosis of the subject’s disorder using the symptoms he or she displays The set of therapies you suggest for helping the subject deal with his or her symptoms Case Study Number One: Karen Karen is a 30-year-old single woman. She was referred to a psychiatrist after six visits to her primary care physician complaining of headaches, body aches, sharp pains...

    Bipolar disorder, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Cognitive therapy 2164  Words | 7  Pages

  • Case Studies in Abnormal Psychology

    Case #1: Abby Thurmond is clearly suffering from Bulimia Nervosa. She seemingly meets all the criteria and is a prime candidate for the disease. Being from an urban area, such as Miami, has put her at a higher risk. The social learning and cultural ideas she is constantly exposed to may have played a role in the start and continuation of her disorder. Also, Abby is described as “single, independent, and devoted to her work.” These characteristics may lead to perfectionism which is a common personality...

    Addiction, Alcohol abuse, Alcoholism 2563  Words | 7  Pages

  • Case Study-Eating Disorder

    Sarah’s mother has began to worry about her lately. Her mother recently found a bottle of diet pills hidden in her room. She has also noticed that Sarah’s behavior has been changing in the past few months. Sarah’s mother is unaware that Sarah’s boyfriend has been reducing her to tears lately by commenting that she has been gaining weight. Her mother has also found her looking in the mirror a lot more than usual. When she looks in the mirror she often sucks in her stomach and is complaining that she is...

    Anorexia nervosa, Binge eating, Body dysmorphic disorder 2490  Words | 7  Pages

  • Dissociative Identity Disorder

    Identity Disorder For Fight Club Introduction Most people experience instances of light dissociation, such as daydreaming or getting “lost in the moment” while doing their work. When dissociation becomes a severe mental disorder, dissociative identity disorder (DID) may be present. According to the Mayo Clinic, people with DID escape reality in involuntary and unhealthy ways (p.1). The study of DID is important because social problems such as childhood abuse contribute to the disorder. Furthermore...

    Child abuse, Dissociation, Dissociative identity disorder 1216  Words | 4  Pages

  • Case Study for Usa Motors

    WHO’ BENEFITING? – CASE STUDY Cevdet KIZIL Master of Science in Organizational Leadership Program 1- Will the incentive plan to reduce absenteeism succeed? In my opinion, the incentive plan to reduce absenteeism will probably succeed because it brings some new implementations. For example, if a chronically absent employee exceeds the standard, then vacation, holiday and sickness/accident pay will be cut by ten percent through the next six months. Additionally, in case worker absence continues...

    Absenteeism, Bridgewater State College, Employment 1353  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat

    The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat: By Oliver Sacks Oliver Sacks wrote a collection of narratives titled, The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, we see the suffering of those with neurological diseases, their attempts to cope with these diseases and the conclusions that Sacks makes on their conditions. Sacks is the physician in these narrative stories that tell about his studies of the person behind neurological deficits. Sacks’ interests are not only in the disease itself but also in the...

    Epilepsy, Neurological disorder, Neurological disorders 1517  Words | 4  Pages

  • Einstein a Case Study for Asperger's

    Einstein a Case Study for Asperger's Christina Parker PSY 410 February 6, 2012 Dr. Melda Jones Einstein a Case Study for Asperger's Mental illness has existed as long as humans have, but only in the last hundred years or so have psychologist started to truly understand mental illness. There is still much, that is unknown about mental illness and human behavior. One mental disorder that was added to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV) in 1994 is Asperger’s Disorder...

    Albert Einstein, Asperger syndrome, Autism 2132  Words | 6  Pages

  • Case Study Abnormal Disorders in Children

    Practice Case study John/Jane Doe Case study 1: Ricky Smith Diagnostic statement: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Predominantly Inattentive Type Diagnostic Breakdown: ( 1) Six ( or more) of the following symptoms of inattention have persisted for at least 6 months to a degree that is maladaptive and inconsistent with developmental level: Ricky’s behavior meets seven criteria for at least 14 months in the dimension of inattention: * Inattention ( a) Often fails to give close...

    ADHD predominantly inattentive, Attention, Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder 1014  Words | 4  Pages

  • Case Study

     Case Study - The Case of Agnes Sandra D. Darby PSY/410 October 28, 2008 Kristi Lane, PhD. The Case of Agnes The following is a case study analysis of Anxiety, Somatoform, and Dissociative Disorders. The writer will present an analysis of a selected case as described in the text, Case studies in abnormal behavior (8th ed.) by Meyer R., Chapman, L.K., & Weaver, C.M. (2009). The writer will also provide a brief overview of the selected case as well as analyze the biological, emotional...

    Agoraphobia, Anxiety, Anxiety disorder 2285  Words | 7  Pages

  • Case Study Myasthenia Gravis

     Case Study 1: Ms. Lane – Myasthenia Gravis CASE STUDY OF MYASTHENIA GRAVIS IN 35 YR OLD WORKING, INDEPENDENT, SINGLE MOTHER, PRESENTING WITH FATIGUE, AND ISSUES WITH FACIAL, AND EYE MUSCLES INTRODUCTION Myasthenia Gravis, (MG), which means “grave muscle weakness” is a disorder classified as a chronic autoimmune neuromuscular disease (NINDS, 2010). This disease causes weakness in the muscles of the peripheral nervous system. The more frequently the muscle is used, the...

    Acetylcholine, Muscle, Muscular system 1266  Words | 7  Pages

  • Controlled Drug Use: Is Addiction a “Disease”?

    Running head: CONTROLLED DRUG USE: IS ADDICTION A “DISEASE”? Application: Controlled Drug Use: Is Addiction A “Disease”? 5/15/2011 Controlled Drug Use: Is Addiction a “Disease”? Alcoholism is a disease in which the intake of alcohol becomes intense. Many of us drink alcohol to socialize which is not alcoholism. In the United States more than half of all individuals at least from time to time drink beverages that contain alcohol (NSDUH, 2008). An alcoholic is a recurrent usual. Alcohol...

    Addiction, Alcohol abuse, Alcoholic beverage 894  Words | 3  Pages

  • mini cases

     Mini Cases in Movement Disorders Mona Dalzon Case 1 Kenny Kenny is a teenager who has experienced uncontrollable bodily and facial movements, various uncontrolled vocalizations, and other compulsions such as excessive hand washing and wringing. He has been treated with Clonidine, Haldol, pimozide and buspirone. This patient was diagnosed with Tourette’s Syndrome. Clonidine is a vasodilator that allows for blood to flow more easily to the brain. This lowers blood pressure and helps treat the tics...

    Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Antipsychotic, Basal ganglia 832  Words | 2  Pages

  • Psychology Study

    Psychology Quiz 2 September 27, 2012 1. The field of Neuropsychology studies how the brain and nervous system affection our function day to day. Neuropsychologist use methods to evaluate, treat, and rehabilitate individuals with suspected or demonstrated neurological or psychological problems. 2. The left side of the brain controls the muscles on the right side of the body and the right side of the brain controls the muscles on the left side of the body. Sensory information from the left...

    Brain, Central nervous system, Electroencephalography 2463  Words | 6  Pages

  • PSYCH 575 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment Neurotransmitters Chart

    This work comprises PSYCH 575 Week 3 Individual Assignment Historical Case Study of Michael J. Fox Psychology - General Psychology PSYCH 575 Week 1 Individual Assignment Biological Psychology Worksheet ·  Complete  the University of Phoenix Material: Biological Psychology Worksheet, located on the student website. PSYCH 575 Week 2 Individual Assignment Neuron Worksheet ·  Complete  the University of Phoenix Material: Neuron Worksheet, located on the student website. ...

    Action potential, Axon, Myelin 353  Words | 2  Pages

  • Bio Psychological Disorders

    Bio psychological Disorders Schizophrenia PSY/240   Schizophrenia affects about one percent of the human population, and can be genetic. If one parent has it then their children run the risk of having this disorder. There is no known cause of this disorder it can be genetic or environmental. There is no clear answer as to why if it runs in a family it can skip generations then pop up out of the blue....

    Brain, Central nervous system, Cerebral cortex 1233  Words | 4  Pages

  • Neurological Disease Hd

    Anatomy Honors 11/26/12 Neurological Disorder There are many neurological diseases and disorders that affect the nation’s population. Many go unnoticed while others have severe symptoms. One such disease is a neurological disorder called Huntington’s disease or HD. Huntington’s Disease is a neurological disorder that affects the brain by forming abnormal brain cells that do not function correctly this disease is incurable and how it spreads is unknown. Huntington’s disease has been found in most...

    Brain, Genetic disorder, Huntington's disease 1090  Words | 3  Pages

  • Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

    DSM-IV: Case Studies Name PSY270 Date Instructor DSM-IV: Case Studies Case Study 1: Dissociative Amnesia The psychological trauma experienced by Larry and Karen (n.d.) in the sudden, unexpected death of their one-year-old son is enough to threaten their sense of security, make them feel vulnerable to dangers in life and can cause them to lose all sense of direction in their life. Karen experienced a dissociative disorder known as dissociative amnesia (APA, 1994). The sudden onset of...

    Antisocial personality disorder, Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Mental disorder 915  Words | 4  Pages

  • Case Study Analysis

     Case Study Analysis of Sally Sally is a young girl suffering from schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is a psychotic disorder, or a group of disorders represented by a severe impairment of individual thought process, and behavior (TheFreeDictionary, 2012). According to Meyer, Chapman, and Weaver (2009) “it may be more accurate to refer to schizophrenia as a family of disorders rather than a singular disorder.” (p. 90). Untreated patients suffering from schizophrenia are normally unable...

    Case study, Catatonia, Disorganized schizophrenia 1258  Words | 4  Pages

  • Historical Case Study

    HISTORICAL CASE STUDY: MICHAEL J. FOX Michelle Denning PSYCH/630 September 8, 2014 Professor Adam Castleberry AGENDA  Slide 1: Cover Slide  Slide 2: Agenda  Slide 3: Michael J. Fox and Parkinson’s Disease  Slide 4: Parkinson’s Disease  Slide 5: Behaviors displayed following diagnosis  Slide 6: Deficits as a result of Parkinson’s Disease  Slide 7: Treatments that Michael J. Fox was seeking  Slide 8: Research implications  Slide 9: Understanding how the brain works  Slide...

    Alex P. Keaton, Family Ties, Michael J. Fox 423  Words | 10  Pages

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (Adhd)

    – Assignment: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) December, 6, 2011 Robin B. Arslanian - 0196787 Student Brookdale Community College Psych 106: Paper 2 College The subject I have chosen for my final paper is a chronic common childhood disorder called Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder commonly referred to as ADHD. I have chosen this...

    ADHD predominantly inattentive, Adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, Attention 2466  Words | 7  Pages

  • Causes and Effects of Parkinson's Disease

    Parkinson's Disease Name ENG 124 College of Health Sciences, Bahrain Date Abstract Understanding Parkinson’s disease would help those who have to deal with and take care of the patients. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the literature regarding this disease. The paper discusses what Parkinson’s disease is and what the causes and effects are. Furthermore, The paper contends that lack of dopamine, genetic and environmental factors can lead to Parkinson’s disease and that...

    Basal ganglia, Dopamine, Genetics 1226  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat 2014

    The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat Jennifer Curtin Pd. 1 Part One – Losses The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat: Dr. P is a teacher at a School for Music who had trouble recognizing his students. He couldn’t recognize them by looking at them, but only by hearing their voice. He also saw faces when there weren’t any, like in fire hydrants and knobs on furniture. He didn’t think anything was wrong, until he developed diabetes, so he went to see a doctor. When he first talked to a neurologist...

    Aphasia, Frontal lobe, Neurology 1894  Words | 6  Pages

  • Meniere’s Disease

    System." Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia. Web. 16 Nov. 2011. | Meniere’s Disease | Human Anatomy and Physiology Disorder Research Paper | | In 1861, the French physician Prosper Meniere described a condition which now bears his name. Meniere's disease is a disorder of the inner ear which causes episodes of vertigo, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), a feeling of fullness or pressure in the ear, and fluctuating hearing loss. The area of the ear affected is the entire labyrinth, which includes...

    Auditory system, Ear, Eardrum 2580  Words | 7  Pages

  • Anxiety, Somatoform, and Dissociative Disorders Outline & Case Analysis

    Anxiety, Somatoform, and Dissociative Disorders Outline & Case Analysis The capacity for an individual to have normal socialization and daily function can be altered in disorders such as; anxiety disorder, somatoform disorder, and dissociative disorder. Each disorder has varying biological, behavioral, emotional, and cognitive components; however, the symptoms in each of these disorders can overlap into another disorder. Identifying these components is important for abnormal psychology to develop...

    Abnormal psychology, Anxiety disorders, Cognitive behavioral therapy 1557  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Effects of Substance Abuse on Dissociative Identity Disorder

    The effects of substance abuse on Dissociative Identity Disorder “For a variety of reasons there has been little dialogue among the disciplines that study patients with trauma and those that study and treat substance abuse. Little systematic investigation exists on the treatment of DID in general, and substance abuse in DID in particular” (1). Dissociative Identity Disorder is defined in Essentials of Abnormal Psychology as “a disorder in which as many as 100 personalities or fragments of personalities...

    Abnormal psychology, Dissociation, Dissociative identity disorder 2469  Words | 7  Pages

  • Neurodevelopmental And Neurocognitive Disorders Paper

    Neurocognitive Disorders Paper Sheila Henderson PSY 410 July 22, 2014 Dr. Donald Collins Neurodevelopmental and Neurocognitive Disorders Paper The neurodevelopmental disorder of autism spectrum (ASD) is defined by the American Psychiatric Association's Diagnosis and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) as a sole condition to include syndromes which are formerly regarded as individual, these were autism, asperger syndrome, children’s disintegrative syndrome and pervasive developmental disorder (Mayo...

    Acetylcholine, Alzheimer's disease, Asperger syndrome 1331  Words | 6  Pages

  • 13 Hs Case Studies of Disabled Student

    Case Study High School Student with Hearing Impairment (Harting, 2001) Directions: Review the information in the case study. Develop a plan for each student for their inclusion in general education classes and effective learning. Susan is a seventeen-year-old student with a hearing impairment in the eleventh grade. She has a moderate-to-severe hearing loss. She has difficulty in the areas of vocabulary and language skills and needs support to participate in class and complete assigned academic...

    Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, Educational years, Hearing impairment 922  Words | 4  Pages

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

    to understand how Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can affect a person’s life. For example: Edgar Allen Poe’s Gothic style of writing about the darker side of romantic imagination, the supernatural, and death were clearly a result of PTSD. PTSD is the name for the acquired mental condition that follows a psychologically distressing event "outside the range of usual human experience" (Bower, 1997). There are five diagnostic criteria for this disorder and there are no cures for this affliction...

    Cognitive behavioral therapy, Complex post-traumatic stress disorder, Posttraumatic stress disorder 2044  Words | 5  Pages

  • Case Study 4

    Module 08 Case Study: CNS Movement Disorders Part I—"Harry" Questions 1. What condition or conditions (disease/diseases) could Harry have as described in this case? Which one would be your primary diagnosis? In a very general explanation, describe this condition/disease. (1 point) Harry suffers from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.  This disease affects a person’s motor neurons affecting voluntary motor control by damaging both the upper motor neuron and lower...

    Basal ganglia, Central nervous system, Muscle 1348  Words | 4  Pages

  • Somatoform Disorders

    Somatoform Disorders PSY/410 Somatoform Disorders “Somatoform disorders are characterized by the presence of physical symptoms or concerns that are not due to a medical disorder” (Hansell & Damour, 2008, p. 224). Individuals who suffer from somatoform disorders experience symptoms of physical disease or defect when there is nothing wrong with their bodies medically. Factitious disorders are similar to somatoform disorder in that individual’s fake bodily symptoms to give others the perception...

    Hypochondriasis, Medically unexplained physical symptoms, Mental disorder 1475  Words | 5  Pages

  • P2 - Effects of five life factors on individual development

    P2 – Effects of five life factors on individual development Genetic factors such as cystic fibrosis for example, are life factors which can affect the development of an individual. It can affect an individual at any age and is caused by a faulty gene that is passed from the parents to the child. The faulty gene allows too much salt and not enough water into cells and makes a build up of thick, sticky mucus in the body’s tubes. This can cause blockages in the body’s tubes and passageways, and causes...

    Affect, Asthma, Cystic fibrosis 2267  Words | 6  Pages

  • Individual case study

    leadership demonstrated in the Pierian Centre case study? According to Grace (2006) defines ethical leadership is that ‘knowing your core values and having the courage to live them in all parts of your life in service of the common good.’ Ciulla suggests the three categories to ethical leadership: intentions, relational and the ends (Schedlitzki and Edwards 2014). Intentions are the ethics of leaders themselves (Schedlitzki and Edwards, 2014, p.221). In the case study, the intentions of June are not self-interests...

    Ethical leadership, Leadership, Management 1396  Words | 5  Pages

  • Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Behavioral Management

    teacher to him/her. Immediately, one might believe that this child has ADD as it’s most commonly related to a hyperactive child. However, ADD is not the correct term to describe this child, and furthermore, this child might not have ADD, but just a simple case of hyperactivity. First of all, ADD is not the correct name for this disorder. ADD is attention deficit disorder, however the correct name for this type of disorder is ADHD, which means attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. It was renamed...

    Amphetamine, Attention, Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder 2426  Words | 7  Pages

  • Dissociative disorders

    Sohaib Tahir (15-10118) Psychology Presentation Dissociative Amnesia and Fugue, Identity disorder Dissociative Amnesia: Dissociative amnesia, formerly called psychogenic amnesia, is one of a group of conditions called dissociative disorders. Dissociative disorders are mental illnesses that involve disruptions or breakdowns of memory, mental functions that normally operate smoothly. When one or more of these functions is disrupted, symptoms...

    Dissociation, Dissociative disorders, Dissociative identity disorder 916  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Case of Barbara and Her Depressive Disorder

    The Case of Barbara and Her Depressive Disorder Earleen Johnson Southern New Hampshire University Psychology of Abnormal Behavior Instructor Charitie Fuller July 13, 2013 "Every week a doctor commits suicide in North America, and each one knew that depression is potentially treatable or self-limiting; insight goes faster in depression than in any other illness. Depression is psychological pain, and a...

    Bipolar disorder, Depression, Major depressive disorder 1330  Words | 4  Pages

  • Anxiety Disorders: Case Study

    Abnormal Psychology Case Study Report Course 206- Prof. Bennett Sonny is a 24-year-old Latino male who was adopted into a family of four shortly after birth. He is experiences several problems within himself that is affecting both his social and personal life. After evaluating his symptoms he has been diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia with a comorbidity of catatonic episodes, and social anxiety disorder. Axis I: Paranoid schizophrenia & social anxiety disorders Axis II: No diagnosis...

    Anxiety, Anxiety disorder, Cognitive behavioral therapy 934  Words | 3  Pages

  • Psychological Disorder Analysis

    Psychological Disorders Analysis UOPX PSY/270 February 2, 2013 Instructor: Renee Green The world of abnormal psychology is filled with many different types of disorders, symptoms, and treatment options. Today, I will be working with Roger, a middle-aged accountant living in San Francisco, California who experienced a car wreck a few months ago. He has been experiencing shakiness, breathlessness, heat flashes, and nightmares. He has been trying to cope with the symptoms that he is experiencing...

    Abnormal psychology, Anxiety disorder, Anxiety disorders 2139  Words | 6  Pages

  • Bipolar Disorder

    ​Bipolar Disorder, also known as a manic depressive illness, is classified as a brain disorder; that causes unusual shifts in the mood, energy, activity levels, and the ability to carry-out day to day tasks. The majority of bipolar individuals experience alternating episodes of mania such as an elevated or euphoric mood or irritable state (US Department of Health 1) (Thackey 127). Bipolar Disorder falls under the category of a mood disorder, 3% of the general population suffers from bipolar disorder...

    Bipolar disorder, Depression, Dysthymia 1353  Words | 4  Pages

  • A case of cerebrovascular accident

    local decrease in blood supply    Infarction- death & deterioration of tissue resulting from lack of blood supply. 2.    What is a stroke? Name the two main types of strokes and describe the mechanism(s) by which each type occurs. Cerebrovascular Accident- condition in which brain tissue is deprived of blood supply.  The most common stroke symptoms are: Numbness or weakness (paresis) of the face, arm, or leg, sometimes only on one side; Confusion, trouble speaking or understanding speech (aphasia)...

    Brain, Brodmann area, Cerebral cortex 1450  Words | 5  Pages

  • Analyzing Psychological Disorders

    Analyzing Psychological Disorders Becca Marlin/ PSY240 August 12, 2012 L. Renee Foster Herrmann Analyzing Psycholgical Disorders Page 1 I’m glad that I don’t live in the 1800’s. Did you know that back in the 1800’s when doctors were just beginning to understand psychological disorders, that if you were thought to suffer from a psychological disorder you could have holes drilled into your head or you could be put on any number of experimental drugs that could in fact make the condition...

    Alcoholism, Anorexia nervosa, Body dysmorphic disorder 1960  Words | 6  Pages

  • Mental Disorder in E. A. Poe’s Prose

    Mental Disorder in E. A. Poe’s Prose In my essay, I will discuss mental disorder as a significant theme in the prose of Edgar Allan Poe. For these purposes, I have chosen three of his short stories: “The Fall of the House of Usher” (published in 1839), “The Black Cat” and “The Tell-Tale Heart” (both published in 1843) with the chief focus on the first one. I have chosen them for they all handle the theme in question, yet each one of them in a different manner. The main body of the essay...

    Edgar Allan Poe, Gothic fiction, Ligeia 2535  Words | 7  Pages

  • Psychiatric Disorders, Diseases, and Drugs

    Psychiatric Disorders, Diseases, and Drugs PSY 240 Psychiatric Disorders, Diseases, and Drugs In the time span of only one year, roughly seven percent of Americans suffer from some form of a mood disorder (Mood Disorders, n.d.). The typical person is able to experience moods on all levels but those that suffer from mood disorders get “stuck” into a certain mood (Mood Disorders, n.d.). There are different mood disorders and each one can have differing levels of how much one suffers from it....

    Antidepressant, Antipsychotic, Bipolar disorder 1416  Words | 5  Pages

  • Unlawful acts of an Individual

    Brain chemistry from any traumatic experience does control unlawful acts of an individual more so than any other questionable factors. Ruth M. Spicuzza Argosy University Composition I 6/8/2014 Abstract This paper will offer the differences amongst criminals because surprisingly there is a slight difference. In statistics and research, there is an eagerness to perceive reasoning without doubt exactly why individuals do become criminals. Research has suggested for many years...

    Cerebral cortex, Cerebrum, Crime 1988  Words | 9  Pages

  • Alcoholism: Disease or Choice?

    Alcoholism: Disease or Choice? Danielle M Ellis WVNCC Abstract Webster’s New World Dictionary defines alcoholism as a chronic condition which is mainly characterized by excessive and compulsive consumption of and dependence on alcohol as well as nutritional and mental disorders. This definition depicts alcoholism as a disease that is beyond one’s control. It has however been argued in some circles that alcoholism is a choice and the idea of alcoholism as a disease is a myth. Since it...

    Addiction, Alcohol, Alcohol abuse 1772  Words | 6  Pages

  • Night Terrors Case Study

    up she felt heaviness on her chest and found it difficult to breathe. She felt as though she was paralysed and was unable to move her limbs. This frightened her and she attempt to scream but was unable to produce any sound. After about a minute this feeling gave in and she was able to move and the weight felt as though it had been lifted off her chest. Hannah returned to sleep still with a little fear and confusion. She was unable to explain what had just happened to her. Hannah recalls awakening...

    Circadian rhythm, Hallucination, Hypnagogia 2304  Words | 7  Pages

  • Analyzing Pychological Disorder Final Project Apa

    Analyzing Psychological Disorders PSY 240 August 11, 2013 Marie Dube' Analyzing Psychological Disorders Today I will be discussing schizophrenia, the associated symptoms, the areas of the brain that it affects, the neurological basis of the disorder and the various treatment options that are available. Afterwards I will be reviewing two separate case studies, the first will be of a 33 year old man has been through a variety of inpatient treatment facilities for his alcoholism, and after...

    Anxiety, Anxiety disorder, Anxiety disorders 2088  Words | 6  Pages

  • Case Study: Ford Motor Company

    CASE STUDY: FORD MOTOR COMPANY Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness of Ford Motor Company “This is everything. It’s heritage. It’s children’s future. It’s everything tied up into one. Failure is not an option.” - Jr. CEO, Ford Motor Company The global marketplace is faced with different challenges that affect its overall management and operations. Various pressures on the internal and external conditions such as the unstable world and local economies, the workforce, the customers...

    Decision making, Ford Motor Company, Henry Ford 2447  Words | 7  Pages

  • An Examination of Parkinson's Disease and Its Effects

    Ingersoll Mrs. Scanavino BIO 209-S9 19 Mar. 2012 An Examination of Parkinson’s Disease and its Effects Through the study of anatomy and physiology, physicians have learned that Parkinson’s disease can be developed many ways, include many symptoms leading to diagnosis and although incurable can be treated and managed. According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Strokes, Parkinson’s is a disease related to the loss or underactive production of dopamine producing brain cells...

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