• Case Studies in Occupational Health, Safety and Environment
    | U IT UN T GU DE | GUI E Case Studie in Occ es cupat tiona al Safe nd E ronm Health, S ety an Envir ment OHS SE211 1 Introduction ............................................................................. 13 Hazards, Risks and Controls ................................................. 1
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  • Guide to Understanding Addictive Disorders
    CPY 303 ADDICTIVE DISORDERS INTRODUCTION Disorder refers to an abnormal state of the body or mind in which there is a disturbance of normal functioning, or a deviation from the normal structure or functioning of any part or organ, as manifested by a characteristic set of symptoms and signs whose p
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  • LINK BETWEEN DISORDERS AND CREATIVITY AMONGST ARTISTS
    LINK BETWEEN DISORDERS AND CREATIVITY AMONG ARTISTS RATIONALE: The reason why I chose to take up the topic regarding the link between Mood Disorders and Creativity was because I wanted to dwell on the optimistic or the identity...
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  • Critical discourse analysis
    Critical Discourse Analysis Theory and Interdisciplinarity Edited by Gilbert Weiss and Ruth Wodak Critical Discourse Analysis This page intentionally left blank Critical Discourse Analysis Theory and Interdisciplinarity Edited by Gilbert Weiss and Ruth Wodak...
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  • Personality disorders
    Borderline personality disorder, bipolar disorder, depression, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and narcissistic personality disorder: Practical differential diagnosis Otto F. Kernberg, MD Frank E. Yeomans, MD The challenge of accurate diagnosis remains at the heart of good...
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  • Psychological Disorders
    What is a mood disorder? A mood disorder, which may also be referred to as an affective disorder, is a condition that affects mood and other related functions. In mood disorders your mood may range from extremely low, which is referred to as depression, or to extremely high, also referred...
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  • Psych Case Study
    INTRODUCTION The reason for choosing this case is for the researcher to acquire more knowledge regarding the condition of Schizophrenia since it has been a fact that this condition is unique to mental disorder and that this complication have potential to threaten the life of individual....
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  • Towards best practice in school-based drug abuse prevention: a comparative case study of two high schools in Amsterdam and in Zagreb - research plan
     Comparative Social Research Plan: Structure Title Towards best practice in school-based drug abuse prevention: a comparative case study of two high schools in Amsterdam and in Zagreb 1. Introduction based on literature review Since the...
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  • Treating Psychotic Disorders
    Medication or Therapy: Treating Psychotic Disorders The history of the concept of psychosis is traced from the time it was coined in 1845 to the present day. Originally, psychosis included the category of mental handicap, as well as certain other serious mental disorders. But within a...
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  • Discrimination Against People with Psychiatric Disorders
    Current World Issues: Discrimination Against Mental Illnesses Between Ages 15 and 24 Part 1: Awareness When it comes to sadness, depression, and anxiety that interfere with daily life, people should be aware that this issue is causing havoc to the world. This issue is worse than most...
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  • Early-onset Alcohol Abuse and its Relationship with DSM-IV Disorders
     Early-onset Alcohol Abuse and its Relationship with DSM-IV Disorders Research Methods & Program Evaluation Abstract According to the DSM-IV, antisocial personality disorder diagnosis requires conduct disorder to be presented before the age of 15. However, antisocial...
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  • Biological Disorders
     Biological Problems Hypoglycemia is a condition where blood sugar levels drop dangerously low. It is usually seen in diabetic patients who take insulin, but other diseases can also cause it. Article- Hypoglycemia is among the most worrisome complications...
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  • Error analysis
    Error Analysis and Interlanguage S. P. Corder Oxford University Press Oxford University Press Walton Street, Oxford ox2 6DP Acknowledgements London Glasgow New York Toronto Delhi Bombay Calcutta Madras Karachi Kuala Lumpur Singapore Hong Kong Tokyo Nairobi Dar es Salaam...
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