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PSY 275 All Assignments (New Syllabus)

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PSY 275 Week 1 History and Perspectives Worksheet PSY 275 Week 2 Development, Stress, and Anxiety Quiz PSY 275 Week 3 Disorders Related to Mood Quiz PSY 275 Week 4 Journal Article on Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders PSY 275 Week 5 Clinical Disorder Presentation PSY 275 Week 1 Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment Worksheet (2 Sheet) PSY 275 Week 2 Anxiety and Stress Disorders Presentation (2 PPT) PSY 275 Week 3 Mood and Addictive Disorders Paper (2 Papers) PSY 275 Week 3 Anxiety and Stress Disorders Worksheet


PSY 275 Week 4 Annotated Bibliography Choose a disorder of childhood or adolescence (2 Set) PSY 275 Week 4 Quiz PSY 275 Week 5 Disorder of Interest Paper (2 Papers) ----------------------------------------

PSY 275 Week 1 Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment Worksheet (2 Sheet)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Set of Answers for this Worksheet Complete the following table. Answer the following questions in 150200 words each. Please cite all references including in-text citations. Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment Worksheet Complete the following table. Description (50-100 words) Clinical Assessment Diagnosis Treatment Answer the following questions in 150-200 words each. 1. What role does the DSM-5 play in clinical assessment, diagnosis, and treatment?


2. What is an example of abnormal psychology that you have seen in your community? ----------------------------------------

PSY 275 Week 1 History and Perspectives Worksheet

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PSY 275 Week 1 History and Perspectives Worksheet History and Perspectives Worksheet Timeline of Events Complete a timeline of the historical events that show the progression of the treatment of mental illness, based on the historical perspectives discussed in Chapter 1 of Abnormal Psychology in a Changing World. You should have between 5-8 events. Event 1 Event 2 Event 3 Event 4 Event 5


Event 6 Event 7 Event 8 Matching Review the contemporary perspectives of abnormal behavior listed in Ch. 2 of Abnormal Psychology in a Changing World. Match the contemporary perspective on the right with the main tenet (idea/proposition) on the left by typing the corresponding letter of the matched perspective in the middle column. Each perspective may be used more than once. Main Tenet (Idea/Proposition) Answer Contemporary Perspective of Abnormal Psychology 1. Unconscious conflicts manifest in symptoms of mental illness. A. Biological Perspective 2. Psychotropic medications seek to treat mental illness by acting on neurotransmitters that may be malfunctioning. B. Psychological Perspective – Psychodynamic Models 3. Manipulation of information may cause cognitive distortions. These errors in thinking produce maladaptive behaviors based on a distorted belief that was produced by an activating event. C. Psychological Perspective – Learning Models 4. Mental illness is a product of learned behavior that is maladaptive. D. Psychological Perspectives – Humanistic Models 5. The interactions of biological, psychological, and sociocultural factors contribute to abnormal behavior. E. Psychological Perspectives – Cognitive Models 6. Genetic factors, defects in neurotransmitter functioning, and underlying brain abnormalities, contribute to mental illness. F. Sociocultural Perspective 7. Our childhood experiences contribute to the development of mental illness. G. Biopsychosocial Perspective


8. Abnormal behavior is caused by societal failures, and is a description of behavior that deviates from social norms. 9. A malfunction in the physiology of the body produces symptoms of mental illness. 10. Abnormal behavior manifests from a distorted concept of the self. Short-Answer Respond to the following questions in 50 to 75 words each. How do assessment, diagnosis, and treatment work together in the field of abnormal psychology? What is the role of each process? How do you know when a behavior is deemed a mental illness? ----------------------------------------

PSY 275 Week 2 Anxiety and Stress Disorders Presentation (2 PPT)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Presentations Week 2 Anxiety and Stress Disorders Presentation PSY 275


Create a 15- to 20-minute multimedia presentation--such as slide, tutorial, or video--including speaker notes with cited sources, to teach a population of your choice, discussing the following: 路 Describe the population you are presenting to. 路 Describe the causes of anxiety, panic, PTSD, and dissociative disorders 路 Explain the treatments of anxiety, panic, PTSD, and dissociative disorders 路 Describe possible gender and cultural influences of anxiety, panic, PTSD, and dissociative disorders. Anxiety and Stress Disorders Presentation. ----------------------------------------

PSY 275 Week 2 Development, Stress, and Anxiety Quiz

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PSY 275 Week 2 Development, Stress, and Anxiety Quiz Development, Stress, and Anxiety Quiz


Autistic thinking is the tendency to ______. see oneself as the center of the universe engage in abstract thinking patterns that no one else can understand engage in persistently obsessive thought patterns see oneself as being “swallowed up� by the universe The central feature of a generalized anxiety disorder is ______. trembling worry fear of dying depression ______ are classified as neurodevelopment disorders in the DSM-5. Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and autism spectrum disorder Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and pica Pica and separation anxiety disorder Enuresis and encopresis After witnessing a terrible car accident, John is experiencing so much emotional distress that he is having difficulty taking care of his responsibilities at work. He is most likely experiencing which of the following common features of traumatic stress disorders? Avoidance behavior Emotional distress and impaired functioning Heightened arousal Emotional numbing Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is characterized by excessive anxiety and worry that is _____________. limited to health and safety concerns not limited to any one object, situation, or activity limited to concerns about the well-being of immediate family members specific to an object or event that the individual has had an aversive experience with


The essential feature of a panic disorder is ______. constant worry without a known cause well-defined phobic reactions to specific stimuli behavior dominated by rituals performed in order to avoid anxiety occurrences of repeated, unexpected panic attacks A disorder characterized by a generalized delay or impairment in the development of intellectual and adaptive abilities is ______. intellectual developmental disorder Asperger’s disorder childhood schizophrenia autism ______ is the category within the DSM-5 that has many of the psychological disorders affecting children and adolescents. Major depressive disorder Separation anxiety disorder Autism Neurodevelopment disorders A behavior disorder characterized by impulsivity, excessive motor activity, and inability to focus one’s attention is known as ______. attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder sensorimotor disorder oppositional defiant disorder conduct disorder In the DSM-5, acute stress disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder are classified in which of the following categories? Childhood Disorders Substance Abuse Disorders Trauma-and Stressor-Related Disorders Schizophrenic Disorders


Last year, Hannah witnessed an accident where a pedestrian was struck and killed by an automobile. Since the accident, Hannah has experienced anxiety and actively avoids the street where she witnessed the accident. A clinician might diagnose Hannah as having__________. an adjustment disorder with anxiety PTSD reactive stress disorder acute stress disorder Which of the following is true of children with autism? They have distinctive, unusual facial features and have an “intelligent look� about them. They are often described by their parents as having been difficult babies during early infancy. They maintain good eye contact but typically are not drawn to social exchanges. As they develop, they begin to reject affectionate contacts such as hugging, kissing, and cuddling with their parents. Todd spends hours checking and rechecking the doors and windows to his house to make sure they are completely locked and secured before he leaves for work in the morning. This is the only way he can prevent himself from being overwhelmed by anxiety and fears he left something unlocked as he drives to the office. Todd is suffering from ______ disorder. obsessive-compulsive panic generalized anxiety phobic The most common treatment for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder is ______. behavioral pharmacological surgical


psychodynamic Todd is six years old. His behavior is characterized by inattention, bullying, temper tantrums, stubbornness, and fidgeting. He is easily distracted, fails to finish anything he starts, often acts impulsively, and requires constant supervision. He is constantly on the go, running and climbing on things, and he cannot wait his turn in games or lines. He is suffering from ______ disorder. conduct oppositional defiant attention-deficit/hyperactivity obsessive-compulsive Robert has had persistent anxiety for about 13 months. He has also suffered from shakiness, feeling “keyed up,� insomnia, irritability, and chronic muscle tension. He is best diagnosed as having a(n) ______ disorder. obsessive-compulsive phobic generalized anxiety panic The prevalence of autism has been ______ over the past 20 years. slightly increasing decreasing about the same dramatically increasing EMDR is a technique to treat ______. generalized anxiety disorder obsessive-compulsive disorder PTSD phobia People with __________ are preoccupied with an imagined or exaggerated physical defect in their appearance.


body dysmorphic disorder a personality disorder somatization disorder an adjustment disorder Dick has episodes of sheer terror when riding on subway trains. He breaks into a cold sweat and often feels like he is having a heart attack. During these attacks he imagines that he is completely losing control of himself. Dick’s disorder is best described as a(n) ______ disorder. generalized anxiety obsessive-compulsive posttraumatic stress panic Chad is on the dean’s list in college and he is also one of the best athletes on the football team. Despite his successes, Chad worries about his grades and finds his mind going blank at times. He is also beginning to have difficulty falling asleep. Most likely, Chad has ______. a specific phobia a generalized anxiety disorder social anxiety disorder a panic disorder There is an increased probability of autism occurring with _____. younger fathers younger mothers older mothers older fathers In the previous version of the DSM, ___________ were used to describe distinct disorders within the autism spectrum. Asperger’s disorder and Tourette’s syndrome Asperger’s disorder and childhood disintegrative disorder childhood disintegrative disorder and Tourette’s syndrome Tourette’s syndrome and Rett’s disorder


Adjustment disorders are classified in the DSM-5 within a category of ____________. Schizophrenic Disorders Trauma and Stressor-Related Disorders Anxiety Disorders Childhood Disorders An excessive, irrational fear of being in public without the availability of escape or help is ______. acrophobia claustrophobia agoraphobia panic disorder Individuals suffering from Acute Stress Disorder may feel ______________. angry and betrayed by the world “in a daze” or feel that the world seems like a dreamlike or unreal place. as though they are experiencing a heart attack unaware of their internal emotions A condition caused by the presence of an extra chromosome on the 21st pair and characterized by intellectual developmental disorder and various physical anomalies is ______. Klinefelter’s syndrome Turner’s syndrome Fragile X syndrome Down syndrome In PTSD, the loss of the ability to have loving feelings is which of the following common features of traumatic stress disorders? Emotional numbing Heightened arousal Emotional distress and impaired functioning


Avoidance behavior Ron is an Iraq War veteran. He wakes up in the middle of the night in a cold sweat due to nightmares in which he relives his most frightening war experiences. He refuses to talk about the war with anyone and is constantly fidgety and “on edge.” He is unable to enjoy himself or develop intimate relationships. His symptoms have continued for over three years. He is best diagnosed as suffering from a(n) ______ disorder. acute stress posttraumatic stress adjustment personality Which of the following is true? Normally overactive children are goal-directed and can exert voluntary control over their behavior, whereas children with ADHD cannot exert voluntary control over their behaviors. Children with ADHD exhibit no problems with working memory. Black and Hispanic children are more likely to receive the diagnosis than Euro-American children. There is really no qualitative difference between highly active “normal” children and highly active children labeled with ADHD. ----------------------------------------

PSY 275 Week 3 Anxiety and Stress Disorders Worksheet

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Complete the Anxiety and Stress Disorders Worksheet. Anxiety and Stress Disorders Match the following symptoms with the correct disorder. 1. ______ Lasts 6 months or longer; exposure to social situations which allow scrutiny by others; persistent fear may be present 2. ______ Exposure to trauma that is real or threatened 3. ______ Anxiety is created by the fear of social interactions 4. ______ Inability to remember trauma that happened to the person and symptoms are not because of substances or medical conditions 5. ______ Excessive and persistent worry for three months or longer 6. ______ Symptoms and maladaptive behavior may be present for a month following an attack 7. ______ Identity disruption is present with at least two personality states 8. ______ Sleep disturbance and heightened arousal to surroundings 9. ______ Panic attacks that recur unexpectedly 10. ______ Recurring memories, dreams, and/or flashbacks 11. ______ Gaps in memory of a personal nature often occur, and are not associated with typical forgetting 12. ______ Behavior is affected by worrying 13. ______ Negative thinking about self and events


14. ______ Fear of negative evaluation 15. ______ Avoiding situations that cause fear A. Generalized Anxiety Disorder B. Socialized Anxiety Disorder C. Panic Disorder D. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder E. Dissociative Amnesia F. Dissociative Identity Disorder ----------------------------------------

PSY 275 Week 3 Disorders Related to Mood Quiz

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PSY 275 Week 3 Disorders Related to Mood Quiz Disorders Related to Mood Quiz The DSM distinguishes between ______ general types of bipolar disorder.


four five three two Major depression cannot be diagnosed if a person shows a history of ______. anxiety disorder dysthymia personality disorder mania Don suddenly quit his job, enrolled in law school for day classes, took on a job waiting tables at night, and began organizing charity drives on weekends. He also began work on his “great American novel” and offered to coach a little league team in his “spare time.” His behavior is typical of someone having a ______. hypomanic episode dysthymic episode cyclothymic episode manic episode A severe disorder characterized by feeling sad, hopeless, or “down in the dumps,” or loss of interest or pleasure in all activities for at least two weeks is ______. major depressive episode bipolar disorder cyclothymia dysthymia The Federal government estimates that the majority of people who commit suicide suffer from a ______. personality disorder somatoform psychotic


mood disorder The onset of bipolar I disorder usually begins with a ______. major depressive episode for both men and women manic episode for women and a major depressive episode for men manic episode for both men and women manic episode for men and a major depressive episode for women Mood disorders, which involve mood swings from one extreme to another, are considered ______. dipolar bilinear multilinear bipolar According to your text, ______ is perhaps the most important predictor of suicide. increased reactivity mood swings hopelessness loss of pleasure The essential feature of bipolar I disorder is the occurrence of at least one full-blown ______ episode. hypomanic manic major depressive dysthymic Which of the following is a question Shneidman suggests could be used to draw a suicidal person out and engage them in talking? “Why would you want to do that?” “Think of how your mother would feel!” “Do you have a will or DNR in place?” “What would you like to see happen?”


A depressive disorder which often develops during childhood or adolescence, involves less severe symptoms than major depression, but has a longer lasting, more chronic pattern of development, and often results in sufferers being seen as “whiny” or “complaining” would be classified as _____ in the DSM-5. bipolar disorder cyclothymic disorder persistent depressive disorder dysthymic disorder There is evidence of reduced ______ activity in people who attempt or commit suicide. acetylcholine epinephrine serotonin thyroxin Which of the following is something you should do when talking to someone who is suicidal? Be tough-minded and not too empathetic. Avoid asking how the person intends to commit suicide. Suggest that means other than suicide might help solve the person’s problems. Talk with them by yourself as long as you can. Genetics appears to play _______ role in bipolar disorder than it does in major depressive disorder. a stronger about the same a much weaker a weaker


Joanne is in a very downcast mood. She has a poor appetite, has lost weight, and feels constantly fatigued. She has lost interest in most of her regular activities because they seem like “too much effort� and they no longer give her any pleasure. She seems indifferent to her family and friends and has recurrent thoughts of suicide. She is best described as suffering from ______. bipolar disorder cyclothymic disorder dysthymic disorder major depressive disorder American ______ are more likely to attempt suicide. ______ are more likely to succeed in a suicide attempt. women; Men women; Women men; Men men; Women People in a manic episode generally experience which of the following? Lethargy A lack of self-confidence Slow, rambling speech Extreme self-confidence A person who speaks very rapidly and urgently and has difficulty pausing has ______. euphoric speech pressured speech tangential speech circumstantial speech A state of unusual elation, energy, and activity is known as ______. flat affect synergy dysthymia


mania A severe mood disorder characterized by the occurrence of one or more major depressive episodes in the absence of a history of mania is ______. major depressive disorder dysthymia bipolar disorder cyclothymia In bipolar II disorder, a person experiences ______ episodes. has experienced both manic and hypomanic manic episodes, but has not experienced hypomanic has experienced neither manic nor hypomanic hypomanic episodes, but has not experienced manic If someone you know discloses that he or she is contemplating suicide, your goal should be to ______. get them to seek some professional help show them how crazy or misguided a suicide attempt would be try to intervene on your own leave them alone to sort through their thoughts and feelings Gina, who has suffered from a major depressive disorder, is seeking help from a therapist who follows Lewinsohn’s model linking depression and reinforcement. The therapist will probably advise Gina to increase her ______. self-focus pleasurable activities serotonin levels communications with friends and relatives Guillermo was having a normal day when suddenly he felt an overwhelming expansion of his mood. He now feels euphoric, cheerful, optimistic, has boundless energy, and feels sociable and confident.


However, he is also hyperactive, impulsive, demanding, and overbearing. His behavior is typical of a ______. hypomanic episode manic episode dysthymic episode bipolar episode Which of the following is true? Suicide attempts often occur in response to highly stressful life events. People who fail on a first suicide attempt rarely try it again. All suicides are connected to psychological disorders. Suicidal thinking accompanies a loss of contact with reality. Because of cultural judgments, about half of Americans with major depression ________. later develop psychoses become hostile and aggressive fail to receive help from a mental health professional attempt suicide Which of the following is listed under the category of “Depressive Disorders� in the DSM-5? Persistent depressive disorder Bipolar II disorder Bipolar I disorder Cyclothymic disorder Which of the following is characteristic of manic episodes? Insatiable appetite Selfishness Weeping Overbearing behavior The tendency of a person to jump from topic to topic during a manic episode is referred to as ______.


multidirectional cognitions quickness on the feet rapid flight of ideas accelerated thought Dave is having a normal day when suddenly he feels charged with energy and unusually alert. He knows that when he gets these feelings he is capable of working long hours with little fatigue or need of sleep. He is still capable of using good judgment and has no hyperactivity. He is best described as having a ______. hypomanic episode paranoid episode dysthymic episode manic episode ----------------------------------------

PSY 275 Week 3 Mood and Addictive Disorders Paper (2 Papers)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Papers Week 3 Mood and Addictive Disorders Paper PSY 275 Write a 1,200-to 1,500-word paper discussing:


• Potential causes of depressive, bipolar, and substance disorders. • Treatment methods for depressive, bipolar, and substance disorders. • Any Potential gender and cultural influences on depressive, bipolar and substance disorders. Include a minimum of 4 peerreviewed sources Mood and Addictive Disorders Paper ----------------------------------------

PSY 275 Week 4 Annotated Bibliography Choose a disorder of childhood or adolescence (2 Set)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Papers (***** PSY 275 Literature Review , APA Format + References *****) Resource: Sample Annotated Bibliography Choose a disorder of childhood or adolescence. Conduct a literature review on the chosen disorder. Create an annotated bibliography. Include a minimum of 5 peer-reviewed articles. Format your assignment consistent with APA guidelines. ----------------------------------------


PSY 275 Week 4 Journal Article on Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders

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PSY 275 Week 4 Journal Article on Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders Imagine you have been asked to write an article for an academic journal on the complexities of schizophrenia spectrum disorders. Write a 700- to 1,050-word article on the development, progression, physiological symptoms, and behavioral features of schizophrenia spectrum disorders. Conduct research in the University Library to locate 3 peer-reviewed journal articles on schizophrenia spectrum disorders, to use as supporting documentation in your article. Review the articles that you have selected, and highlight specific details related to the following: Development of the disorder Progression of the disorder Physiological symptoms Behavioral features Begin your article by outlining the following information: APA-formatted level 1 headings for each main topic of your article A topic sentence to begin each paragraph under each main topic


Bulleted lists of main points you want to address under each topic sentence Key pieces of information from each article that you would like to use to support your main points, along with appropriate, APA-formatted in-text citations APA-formatted reference page citations for each peer-reviewed article you will be using, listed on the reference page Expand on your outline to create robust body paragraphs for your article. Create an introduction paragraph that introduces your reader to the main topics included in your article. Create a conclusion paragraph to bring your article to a close. Review your completed article to ensure that it flows appropriately and logically, transitions well from topic to topic, and includes the required information outlined in these instructions. ----------------------------------------

PSY 275 Week 4 Quiz

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1. Which of the following is not a known cause of childhood anxiety? a. Overprotective parents b. Parents avoid or reject the child c. Parental anxiety


d. Too many friends 2. Which of the following is the most common treatment for childhood anxiety disorders? a. Gestalt Therapy b, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy c. Existential Therapy d. Family Systems Therapy

3. Which of the following is not a documented potential cause of conduct disorder? a. Genetics b. Poverty c. Inadequate parenting d. Depressed mood It has been proposed that ADHD is caused by _________. 4. Dopamine abnormalities in the brain a. Maternal substance abuse b. Ritalin c, Anxiety 5. Which of the following is a concern with the medications that are currently used to treat ADHD? a. They are not effective.


b. The findings of drug effectiveness studies may not be applicable to some minority groups. c, Not enough children are being medicated. d. They lead to a stigma for the child. 6. Which of the following is a symptom for Autism Spectrum Disorder? a. Deficits in social communication and interaction. b. Easily develop and maintain relationships. c. Poor attention to tasks. d. Impulsivity. 7. When treating Autism Spectrum Disorder, clinicians may choose to combine _____________ with behavioral therapies and different methods of training. a. A specific diet plan b. An exercise regimen c. Play therapy d.Psychotropic medications and specific vitamins 8. Which of the following is not considered to be a behavioral symptom of oppositional defiant disorder? a. Argumentative b. Defiant c. Irritable


d. Impulsive 9. Oppositional defiant disorder is ________common in boys than girls before puberty. a. More b. Less c. Just as d. Twice as 10. Previous research has stated that there was a relationship between vaccines and the development of autism spectrum disorder. Recent research has now found that ________________. a. The original study was correct and the MMR vaccine causes autism. b. The original study was methodologically flawed and failed to demonstrate any relationship between the two. c. The original study was referring to multiple vaccines. d. The original study has been supported by later research. ----------------------------------------

PSY 275 Week 5 Clinical Disorder Presentation

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PSY 275 Week 5 Clinical Disorder Presentation Choose a clinical disorder from the following: Major Depressive Disorder Bipolar Disorder Generalized Anxiety Disorder Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Autism Spectrum Disorder Review your previous chapter readings on your chosen disorder. Create a 10- to 12-slide MicrosoftÂŽ PowerPointÂŽ presentation on your chosen clinical disorder. Include the following: Explain possible causes of the disorder, according to a specific perspective of abnormal psychology presented in Week 1. Describe the behavioral features and physiological symptoms (if applicable) associated with this disorder. Describe any gender or cultural differences regarding the diagnosis of this disorder. (Does this disorder affect men differently than women? Does this disorder affect different cultures in different ways?) Describe general treatment options for this disorder. Include detailed speaker notes on each slide, as if they were a transcript of what you would say while presenting. The speaker notes should use appropriate academic language, grammar, and punctuation, and should demonstrate your knowledge of the topic. Include a minimum of 3 peer-reviewed sources on an APA-formatted reference slide. Format any citations within your presentation according to APA guidelines. ----------------------------------------


PSY 275 Week 5 Disorder of Interest Paper (2 Papers)

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This Tutorial contains 2 Papers Disorder of Interest Paper PSY 275 Choose a disorder of interest discussed in this course. Write a 1,200- to 1,500-word paper on the chosen disorder, describing the following: • The behaviors associated with the disorder • The range of impairment for this disorder • The implications of this disorder on society • Possible treatment options for the disorder Include a minimum of 4 peer-reviewed sources. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines. ----------------------------------------

PSY 275 Week 5 Problems of the Mind and Body Matrix (2 Set)


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This Tutorial contains 2 Set of Matrix Complete the Problems of the Mind and Body Matrix. PSY-275 Problems of the Mind and Body Matrix Disorder Symptoms Causes Treatments Gender/Cultural Influences (If applicable) Schizophrenia Anorexia Somatoform ----------------------------------------

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