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|Statement||edited by Heinz Katschnig.|
|LC Classifications||RC455.4.L53 L54 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 265 p. :|
|Number of Pages||265|
|LC Control Number||85019000|
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Life Events and Psychiatric Disorders Essay Sample. Life Events Researchers have long been interested in understanding how individuals and environments affect each other, primarily so as to describe and explain age – related behaviour and individual differences. One focus has been to study life events.
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Life Events. At Time 1 parents completed a item short form of the Life Events Questionnaire, which has a ‘yes’ or ‘no’ format and assesses potentially stressful life events such as parental divorce, death of a family member, or long-term hospitalization in the past 2 years.
Item scores are summed into a Total Life Events score Author: Dennis Bastiaansen, Robert F. Ferdinand, Hans M. Koot. Results. CD patients had significantly more severe life events and ‘escape’ events than controls. In the month before symptom onset at least one severe event was identified in 56% of CD patients – significantly more than 21% of depression patients [odds ratio (OR)95% confidence interval (CI) –] and healthy controls (OR95% CI –).Cited by: The association between stressful life events and psychiatric illness is stronger than the association with physical or medical illness.
Life events and psychiatric disorders book Vincent and Roscenstock found that prior to hospitalization, patients with psychiatric disorders had suffered more stressful event than those with physical disorders.
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In our ongoing project to study and justify the nature of psychiatric disorders, we ought to be broadly pragmatic but not lose sight of an underlying commitment, despite the associated difficulties, to the reality of psychiatric illness. I have spent many years of my life caring for the psychiatrically ill and speaking with their families Cited by: McLaughlin, KA, KJ Conron, KC Koenen, and SE Gilman.
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Current and lifetime psychiatric disorders were assessed with the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV Axis I Disorders (SCID-IV). An abbreviated diagnostic version of the Eating Disorder Examination was also used; and prior life events were assessed with the Oxford Risk Factor Interview (RFI).
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Psychiatric diagnosis is usually performed via paper-and-pen or computerized questionnaires based on a standard diagnostic proforma guided by ICD, Chapter V: “Mental and behavioral disorders, part of the International Classification of Diseases” produced by the WHO, and the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health (DSM-IV) produced.
The extrinsic/experiential features—responsivity to life events, social networks, education, etc. Together, our four perspectives offer a way of making sense of mental disorders by drawing on these features and simultaneously offer a way of making sense of (ie, formulating) mental disorders in particular patients where a mix of perspectives Author: Awais Aftab.
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