Kindle Publishing Bundle: Mental Illness + Clinical Psychology + Biological Psychology + Abnormal Psychology

Kindle Publishing Bundle: Mental Illness + Clinical Psychology + Biological Psychology + Abnormal Psychology
Kindle Publishing Bundle: Mental Illness + Clinical Psychology + Biological Psychology + Abnormal Psychology Kindle Publishing Bundle: Mental Illness + Clinical Psychology + Biological Psychology + Abnormal Psychology (click images to enlarge)
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The stigma attached to mental illness can often make living with and treatment of a mental disorder difficult. When a stigma of mental illness is attached to a person, his or her family may treat them differently and when talking to friends and acquaintances many talk about an individual as suffering from a disorder. This creates a stigma, and a person with a mental disorder may have trouble coping. At other times, the disorder is controlling the person’s life, and stigma or not the reality of the situation is the person has a serious mental disorder. So when does a stigma become a nuisance, and when does the disorder and not the stigma take over the person’s life? “Mental Illness” will discuss different disorders, laws, as well as treatment of the mentally ill during earlier time periods. Decide for yourself when a stigma is a potential drawback or concern for the mental health of a person with a legitimate disorder.
“Clinical Psychology” discusses the evolving nature of the history of psychology while demonstrating the use of research and statistics. Obsessive compulsive disorder is discussed in detail along with the case of music icon Elvis Presley. Managed health care is the backbone to the clinical health care system. The family structure can be to blame for mental illness as treatment of just an individual may not be as successful as meeting and treating a family as a single cohesive unit. Many may believe clinical psychology to be the only sub-discipline of the broader field, yet it should be understood it is just one aspect of psychology.
“Biological Psychology” begins by defining biopsychology and continues by explaining the development of the sperm cell. Gender and sexual identity are discussed along with cognitive psychology and the evolution and biological foundations of behavior. The formation of a scientific psychology occurs during the 19th century prior to the official beginnings of the discipline of psychology. Drug abuse will be discussed from a biological view and finally the advantages and disadvantages of humans within biopsychology research.
“Abnormal Psychology” focuses on the origins of abnormal behavior and its evolution into a scientific principle. The theoretical models of mental illness will be discussed along with the components of anxiety disorder, schizophrenia, and eating disorders. Lifespan development can contribute to the interpretation of abnormal behavior. Different concepts will be discussed relating to abnormal psychology including marriage, family, and religion. Abnormal behavior may be in existence since the beginning of mankind yet its study is barely over 100 years.


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