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man do not cry is mental disorder

Since ancient times,there is a precepts saying that a man would prefer to bleeding rather than crying.Crying is a way to vent,which can heip us to reieve the pressure.But,people who have never cried really exist in life,if you have never cried,then,you are an unfortunate man,you’d better to see a doctor.Because this phenomeno of not cry is […]

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Urban-rural differences in mental disorder risk

Despite the general health advantage of city dwellers, incidence(the rate at which new disease events occur in a population) and prevalence (the number of events, e.g., a given disease, in a given population at a designated time) of specific mental disorders seemto be increased in this population. Meta-analytic studies report thatamong individuals living in cities, […]

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Neurosurgery for mental disorder

Neurosurgery for mental disorder The surgical procedure involves destroying brain tissue or destroying its function for the purpose of alleviating specific mental disorder. It is rarely performed but is still available to a minority of individuals suffering from very disabling mental illnesses when all interventions have not provided any relief. The surgery is carried out […]

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mental disorders of variation across different

mental disorders of variation across different Types of Mental Disorders Marsella offers a slightly different perspective that accounts for variation among mental disorders. He proposes that the least cultural variation occurs in mental disorders that are the most biologically based, such as severe neurological disease, and the most cultural variation occurs in mental disorders that […]

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Biomedical Approach about mental disorders

Biomedical Approach about mental disorders In contrast, the biomedical perspective, shared primarily by mainstream psychiatrists and psychologists, views the cause of mental disorders as physical dysfunction, such as biochemical or anatomical defects. From this standpoint, internal symptoms are the defining aspects of mental illness. Culture may influence the content of specific symptoms (e.g., the religious […]

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Mental disorder of the juvenile offender

Evidence of an association between a mental disorder in the juvenile offender and a sentence of residential placement was found in three studies, which controlled for both the legal factors, type of offence and prior record..   All three studies found fairly strong associations where the presence of a mental disorder increases the probability of […]

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The classification of mental disorder

Systems for classifying mental disorder or ‘illness’ stem from the medical model, which as Tyrer and Steinberg (1998) point out is not an aetiological model itself but an approach to diagnosing individual disorder. In a general sense all models apply this process, with exception perhaps of the social model, although the systems that are used […]

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Ethnicity and mental disorder

The flow of people across continents, which is an increasingly common feature of modern life, provides a clear example of how social forces can affect a person’s mental health. Many of these people will have fled unimaginable psychological and physical pain in an attempt to find respite and asylum. This group is particularly vulnerable to […]

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Models of mental disorder-The social model

The social model is concerned with the influence of social forces as the causes or precipitants of mental disorder. While the psychodynamic model is principally concerned with the individual and their personal relations, the social model focuses on the person in the context of their society as a whole. Evidence that social forces are central […]

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Models of mental disorder-The cognitive model

Put simply, the cognitive model posits that people interpret their thoughts, which in turn are the main determinants of behaviour. This stands in sharp contrast to the behavioural or disease models, which do not accommodate the cognitive mechanisms involved in behaviour and illness. For the cognitive therapist primacy is given to errors or biases in […]

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