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    Kaplan University: School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Unit 9: Case Study LifeSpan Development

    Applied Behavioral Analysis
    1. What are the main features of Jackson's cognitive, social, biological, and psychosocial development during two developmental periods?
    2. Which therapeutic interventions would you suggest for helping him to reduce the fear? (Hint: Again, consider his developmental period in order to create appropriate interventions.)
    3. Predict some developmental issues that might contribute to the phobias or prevent treatment from working.

    Addiction
    1. What are the main features of Michelle's cognitive, social, biological, and psychosocial development during two developmental periods?
    2. Propose some developmentally appropriate interventions that could be used to help Michelle to reduce her cravings.
    3. Predict some developmental issues that might contribute to the addiction problems or prevent treatment from working.

    General Psychology
    Kaplan University: School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Unit 9: Case Study LifeSpan Development

    Applied Behavioral Analysis
    1. What are the main features of Jackson's cognitive, social, biological, and psychosocial development during two developmental periods?
    2. Which therapeutic interventions would you suggest for helping him to reduce the fear? (Hint: Again, consider his developmental period in order to create appropriate interventions.)
    3. Predict some developmental issues that might contribute to the phobias or prevent treatment from working.

    Addiction
    1. What are the main features of Michelle's cognitive, social, biological, and psychosocial development during two developmental periods?
    2. Propose some developmentally appropriate interventions that could be used to help Michelle to reduce her cravings.
    3. Predict some developmental issues that might contribute to the addiction problems or prevent treatment from working.

    General Psychology
    1. What are the main features of Patrick's cognitive, social, biological, emotional, and psychosocial development during two developmental periods?
    2. Predict the results of your findings for people in the two developmental periods and suggest interventions or strategies for reducing the effects of exposure to disasters.
    3. Propose further studies that could be created to explore your predicted findings.

    Industrial/Organizational
    1. What are the main features of Maxine's cognitive, social, biological, and psychosocial development during two developmental periods?
    2. Which therapeutic interventions would you suggest for helping her to reduce her irritability and anger?
    3. Predict some developmental issues that might contribute to the issue or prevent treatment from working.

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    Writing the paper: Choose one of the scenarios where you can focus on a mental illness-e.g. a phobia,

    Industrial/Organizational
    Participant: Maxine
    Age range: you decide- example early adulthood (20-40 yrs.) to middle adulthood (40-60 yrs.).
    Maxine has experienced increased anxiety since her promotion to supervisor. She is currently
    responsible for supervising a work group of 30 people. Her employer noticed that she has been irritable
    and short tempered upon promotion.

    Questions to use to guide your response:
    1. What are the main features of Maxine's cognitive, social, biological, and psychosocial
    development during two developmental periods?
    2. Which therapeutic interventions would you suggest for helping her to reduce her irritability
    and anger?
    3. Predict some developmental issues that might contribute to the issue or prevent treatment
    from working.
    Here are some of my Helpful Hints: My diagnostic impression is that she appears to have an Adjustment Disorder with Anxiety, that is work related. There is no disturbance of conduct and she has not reported any clinically depressive features; but, that does not mean that if this condition is not treated, this will not progress into such. We have to think about the duration of symptoms, and frequency, which, Adjustment disorders transpire within 3 months of the precipitant or change, process, issues. So, this would be consistent with the promotion.
    Mental Illnesses (Adjustment Disorders, Major Depression, Generalized Anxiety Disorder) are medical conditions that disrupt a person's thinking, feeling, mood, ability to relate to others and daily functioning (NAMI 2013). Some people live their lives not knowing that they have a mental illness. The causes of mental illness range from physical, social and environmental, and / or psychological.
    What I said above is very good information; with that noted, you want to add tangible examples would help me ...

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