The patient was diagnosed with REM Sleep Behavior Disorder and treated with 1 mg clonazepam nightly. Her sleep improved dramatically and remained better at a six-month follow-up, but repeat PSG exam found that the lack of muscle paralysis during REM sleep remained. 1. Case history. The patient was a 23-year-old female student of Han ethnicity. Five years ago, for no obvious reason, she began.
Flexibility -No - Sam refuses to complete tasks assigned by Gertrude but will attempt those assigned by Jinny. - Gertrude has stated that she is skeptical, and not willing to change her lessons for one student. - Gertrude is unwilling to accept inclusive teaching strategies.
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Case Studies Search. For intervention information relevant to specific symptoms of diagnoses, please select symptoms and diagnoses that are most descriptive of your case. A commulative list of related case studies will display below the search options. Click on the title within the results to review the case study details. Symptoms. Agoraphobia. Alcohol Use. Anger. Anxiety. Binges and Purging.
Case Studies: Disruptive Student Behavior Written by. Billie Hara, Prof Hacker, The Chronicle of Higher Education. The following case studies come from a series entitled “Disruptive Student Behavior”.
A patient is reported in whom signs and symptoms of REM sleep behavior disorder (RBD) and narcolepsy have been associated for almost two decades with a late development of parkinsonism and rheumatoid arthritis. A 78-year-old male patient in whom RBD was first diagnosed was followed-up by clinical examination, video-polysomnography, multiple sleep latency test, cerebral magnetic resonance.
Clinical case scenarios: Generalised anxiety disorder (2011) 3 Introduction These clinical case scenarios are an educational resource that can be used in individual or group learning situations. They illustrate the application of the recommendations on generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) in the clinical.
The present study presents the case of psychosis. The subject of the disorder was Mr. S (Initial instead of real name), 26 years old young man. Mr. S was having sign and symptoms of aggressive.
Case Study. Mary (borderline personality disorder) Case Study Details. Mary is a 26-year-old African-American woman who presents with a history of non-suicidal self-injury, specifically cutting her arms and legs, since she was a teenager. She has made two suicide attempts by overdosing on prescribed medications, one as a teenager and one six months ago; she also reports chronic suicidal.
The authors report the case of a 12-year-old boy with conversion disorder after 3 months of persistent right arm pain and immobility whose symptoms rapidly resolved after an outpatient behavioral intervention using negative reinforcement. The importance of careful assessment, frank discussion of the diagnosis, patient and family psychoeducation, and a rehabilitative mindset are emphasized.
AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER: A CASE STUDY OF MIKEY 4 Persistent current or past behavior across a variety of settings with shortfalls in emotional and social exchanges, nonverbal communication, as well as forming, upholding and comprehending relationships. Specific, repetitive activities, hobbies and actions that include stereotyped movements.
Exams Anxiety: Case Study Literature Review Standard Beckian CBT, also called cognitive therapy (CT), is based on the cognitive model, which links cognitions, emotions, and behaviors such that cognitions shape behaviors and emotions, and unrealistic cognitions can lead to inappropriate emotions and behaviors (1). CT is a structured or semi-structured, directive, active and short-term approach.
Case Study: Major Depressive Disorder The New Kid Danielle is 16-year-old high school student who recently moved from a small town in Minnesota to Santa Barbara, California. Danielle’s lacrosse coach referred her to the school psychologist because he was concerned about her sad affect and withdrawn behavior over the past month. Although Danielle is a good player, and has been on the lacrosse.
Borderline Personality Disorder: A Case Study and Theoretical Approaches to Therapy. 1520 Words 7 Pages. According to the DSM-5, Personality Disorders are characterized by “impairments in personality functioning and the presence of pathological personality traits”. Borderline Personality Disorder is one of ten personality disorders listed in the DSM-5. The DSM-5 lists several criteria.
Self-Harm case study. Diagnosis: Borderline Personality Disorder. Target Behavioiur: Self-harm (Patient lives in Southend, Essex) Read More. Fear of Abandonment. Diagnosis: Borderline Personality Disorder. Target Behaviour: Inability to spend time alone (Patient lives in Ipswich, Suffolk) Read More. Depression Case Study. Diagnosis: Depression (patient lives in Colchester, Essex) Read More.
Collective case studies: These involve studying a group of individuals.Researchers might study a group of people in a certain setting or look at an entire community of people. Descriptive case studies: These involve starting with a descriptive theory.The subjects are then observed and the information gathered is compared to the pre-existing theory.
Case Study: Behavioral Treatment of Obsessive- Compulsive Disorder in a BoyWith Comorbid Disruptive Behavior Problems ELIZABETH B. OWENS, M.S., AND JOHN PIACENTINI, PH.D. ABSTRACT Comorbid psych iatric conditions often complicate the treatment of childhood obsess ive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Behavioral treatment of OCD using exposure plus response prevention for a boy with disruptive.
Case A. Kyla is a postgraduate psychology student with acute anxiety disorder. She developed this at the end of her second year of undergraduate studies. As a consequence her impairment didn’t have an impact on her choice to study psychology, and she chose not to disclose it to her university. Her experiences impacted on her studies in.
Running Head: Case Study SLD - Harry Wodehouse 7 Finally, certain behavior support systems can be very beneficial for students with SLD. Morrissey (2010) analyzes positive behavior support systems and concludes that it is better to “teach and acknowledge appropriate behaviors on a prevention-oriented basis” (p. 27), instead of.