Case Study, John Forbes Nash Jr

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PSY/410 December 24, 2012 Dr. Kristi Lane John Forbes Nash Jr. earned the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences in 1994; however, during the majority of his lifespan John divided his capability and brilliance for math during his conflict with schizophrenia. John’s day were consumed, in a delusional state, unaware of his actions that were unusual and strange to say the least he displayed conditions outside the normalcy of society. Though John’s precise etiology of his disorder is complete conjecture that possibly lends itself to science, his mental suffering was openly reflected in strange and unique behavior and characteristics common of schizophrenics. Basically, aside for his attentiveness and through conscious design, John was determined to dismiss any idea that he suffered from a false belief that he could "generate his own transformation" (Meyer, Chapman & Weaver, 2009). Although there is numerous individuals that posse’s schizophrenia, he has managed to operate his life in complete remission for over 20 years. Client Description Current Description John Ford Nash with his disorder as well as his scholarly intelligence was discovered at an early childhood. Based on Nasar (2001), Nash proved to be "a bizarre young boy, antisocial and bashful". John was unsociable, reclusive, intellectually above average, however he struggled academically. John parents pushed him to engage in activities that stimulated him socially although he was hard pressed to participate John found it very difficult and felt out of place when trying. He gained outlandish and disturbing behavior like eating grass, animal torture, and unseemly experiments, dealing with a variety of chemicals using his teachers reported persistent daydreaming with strong failure to follow instructions. Predisposing Factors During Nash adult years he operated for many

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