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Abnormal psychology: Integrative paper
I’ve always been intrigued on how external physiological factors such as drugs affect the level of cognitive function of a normal person. It is known for a fact that there are a number of people who encounter harmful interferences in their mind caused by unnatural intakes in the body. This unwanted variable was made as a cornerstone in a recent study in the United States which I believe may be linked to previous topics discussed in my abnormal psychology class. In vital areas such as physiological or multifactorial indicators of depression depicted in the study, I’ve underlined similar reviews in lectures for both minor and major stress disorders show to have apparent vulnerability to related substances. The respondents in the study were young adults ages 17-23 apparently found to have no pre-problematic indications of drug or even alcohol use. The researchers followed only respondents with a pattern of at least five symptoms for a length of time in order to be diagnosed as depressive disorder. Some of the stated are loss of interest, poor concentration, disruptions in appetite and suicidal tendencies. Based on the five year monitoring research of these nearly 200 participants by neuroscience specialist and leading professor in psychology at Duke University Dr. John Curry, only 10 percent of 192 adolescents whom
underwent psychiatric treatment later abused drugs. He implied that consistent drug monitoring and cognitive-behavior therapy may hold key roles in keeping the youth off drugs. After reviewing full details of the core concepts and features in the recent study, I’ve associated the study’s both theoretical and scientific investigations to our subject outlines. The method of therapy in the study was reliably highlighted in our class discussions of the psychodynamic perspective which was entailed by improving the client’s level of self-awareness by understanding unresolved issues In this case, unconsciously managing the adolescent’s conflict with depression which if not given attention may lead to future drug fatalities. Another familiar treatment plan devised were selected group therapies, which were a secondary option in the researchers follow up practices in order to provide a different angle in comprehensively assessing the person in a more social environment. As expected in previous lectures, results approved that mood regulation enhanced due to the social skills learned in group process. This more interactive range of psychological guideline in client rehabilitation is also a fundamental part in my personal learning in class that centers within the parameter of abnormal and clinical assessment. I’ve now understood the sensitive consequences that are rooted with a person with depressive disorders. As demonstrated in class topics in dealing with mood disorders,
one should keep in mind the general principles that can be utilized for proper treatment recommendations for the client.
In general readings, women tend to suffer long term severe anxiety effects in comparison to men. In many definitive researches I myself encountered mainly in class with features about anxiety syndromes, a more emotionally aligned impulse subjects to greater inability of a person to mentally recover from distressful or usually fearful situations. Those in turn studies have concurred why women are presented with a higher level of vulnerability to severe anxiety than men. One of the most underrated yet severe anxiety disorders they experience is post-traumatic stress (PST) particularly in hospital setting in ICU department. A collaborative research by Karolina University and University hospital Solna explains, women that are found to be ICU survivors recuperate with stress more slowly not only by the memory of their illness but also the atmospheric conditions of ICU as a lifesaving treatment. The overall treatment procedure of the psychiatric unit for a patient consisted non-compulsory meetings in 3, 6 and 12 month periods. In order to validate the convictions held in the study, I was also able to discover related articles such as “Gender differences in psychological morbidity and treatment in Intensive care unit” by Anna Schandi and Mateo Bottai, which
covers a less time bound and systematic diagnosis of warning stress indicators. This onset includes the female patients episodically re-experiencing the original trauma through nightmares and flashbacks years after their release at medical and psychiatric supervision.
Following this information, I could definitely apply this knowledge in class topics as to anxiety theories. From the overview of its history presented, to the details of its enumerated psychological forms these areas covered in class not only can shape incoming students in abnormal psychology about the detrimental effects of anxiety disorders on social as well as interpersonal status commonly unseen by in conventional textbooks. After long reviews of recognizing the fundamentals on how to help manage this condition by means of psychotherapy, it paved way to relevant insights of mine about the value of consistent observation for future clients. The security of the assessment techniques must not only be reliable but also valid throughout the course of recovery. Based on the primary objectives in abnormal psychology, the advancement of these studies can help build a more sustainable type of psychiatric programs that will likely compensate critical errors made in recent academic researches and requirements by students and professionals alike.
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