Unit 14: Physiological disorders In this essay I am going to talk about two case studies (case study one and case study two), I have found two people with a physiological disorder and built up a case study for each of them. The two physiological disorders are Crohn’s Disease (cast study one) and Bowel Cancer (case study two). P1; Explain the nature of two named physiological disorders. P2; Explain the signs and symptoms related to two named physiological disorders. Cohn’s disease Cohn’s disease
History of Psychology It is interesting how the word psychology came about, it was actually from two Greek words psyche and logos. Psyche meaning soul and logos meaning the study of a subject. Early 18th century it had acquired the meaning as “the study of the mind”. Psychology’s Early History A New Science is born. Wilhelm Wundt was the founding father of psychology. 1879 was the date of birth of psychology as Wundt had established the first research in psychology at University of Leipzig.
along with his partner, Chuck. They visit a mental institution for the criminally insane, which is on a man-made island off the coast of Boston, hence the name Shutter Island. They are sent there to investigate the disappearance of a mental patient named Rachel Solando. It is explained to Teddy and Chuck by Dr. Cawley, the head psychiatrist of the institution, that the missing patient Rachel was admitted to the hospital after drowning her three kids and that she has created a fantasy land where she
PSY 1 - APPROACHES IN PSYCHOLOGY PREPARATION & REVISION The aim of this handbook is to help you prepare and revise for the unit named PSY1 in your A Level course in Psychology. It is not intended to take the place of your class work nor of the full textbook covering the course, but it should help you revise and prepare for the examination. Contents PSY 1 - WHAT YOU NEED TO STUDY 02 UNDERSTANDING HOW THE QUESTIONS ARE STRUCTURED and HOW TO ANSWER THEM 03 THE BEHAVIOURIST
PATHOGENIC DISEASES A pathogenic or an infectious disease is caused by an external infectious agent or pathogen such as viruses, bacteria, parasites and fungi. These pathogens are found in water, soil and air and a human body can be infected from drinking, eating or touching something infected with germs. The table below shows examples of pathogenic diseases. VIRUSES | BACTERIA | PROTOZOA | FUNGI | Influenza | Tuberculosis | Toxoplasmosis | Yeast | Herpes | Gonorrhea | Malaria
positivism rejects the concept of the individual and free will and instead embraces the idea of enduring evolutionary traits that define a basic criminal personality, and which can be assessed using scientific methods. The two perspectives, though very different (and even contradictory) in nature, both provide the basis for a cohesive overall approach to addressing the problem of crime as a wide variety of approaches are incorporated. Antisocial behavior can generally be characterized as an overall lack
P1 – Explain the principle psychological perspectives. The behaviourist perspective:- The behaviourist theory has two main theorists who are Pavlov and Skinner. Skinner believed that we do have such a thing as a mind, but that it is more productive to study observable behavior. Skinner introduced a new term into the Law of Effect - Reinforcement. Behavior which is reinforced tends to be repeated and behavior which is not reinforced tends to die out. He believed that the best way to understand behavior
LECTURE NOTES For Health Science Students General Psychology Girma Lemma Defense University College In collaboration with the Ethiopia Public Health Training Initiative, The Carter Center, the Ethiopia Ministry of Health, and the Ethiopia Ministry of Education July 2005 Funded under USAID Cooperative Agreement No. 663-A-00-00-0358-00. Produced in collaboration with the Ethiopia Public Health Training Initiative, The Carter Center, the Ethiopia Ministry of Health, and the Ethiopia