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PSY 410 Week 3 - Matrix Individual


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EatingI Substance Abuse SexGenderSexual Personality Disorders Page 1 of 1 DSMIV TR Disorders Statistical Page 2 of 1 Anorexia nervosa iRefusal to maintain a minimally normal body weight prevalence estimate among women 05 10 prevalence rates for men 005 01 Bulimia nervosa I Binge eating and inappropriate compensatory measures to avoid weight gain prevalence estimate among women 1 3 prevalence estimate among men 0 1 0 3 Eating disorder not otherwise speci ed I Disordered eating that does not meet the diagnostic criteria for anorexia or bulimia nervosa prevalence rates unknown Hansell amp Damour 2008 Substance Substance Abuse Substance Dependence Ninety percent of Americans use alcohol at some point in their lives and 60 to 70 are current drinkers Hansell amp Damour 2008 p 320 40 of alcoholrelated problems af ict those living in America 25 of individuals will meet the DSMIVTR for alcohol abuse in their lifetime while 10 will meet it for alcohol dependence Hansell amp Damour 2008 Women who consume 5 ounces of alcohol per day during pregnancy have a 33 chance that their child will develop FAS a 33 chance that their child will experience more moderate fetal alcohol effects and only a 33 chance of having a normal child Hansell amp Damour 2008 p 324 1 of all babies born in the USA will be affected by FAE Hansell amp Damour 2008 125 of the US uses benzodiazepines each year while only 1 does in China Hansell amp Damour 2008 520 of all cocaine Personality Disorders Sexual Dysfunctions Sexual Desire Disorders 10 of women and 3 of men experience a lack of desire and most are due to medical conditions or other psychological disorders Sexual Arousal Disorders 0 10 and 20 of women experience female sexual arousal disorder 0 Annual incidences among men are 515 Orgasmic Disorders 0 Half of all women have orgasms during intercourse 0 3 of men have male orgasmic disorder 0 29 of all males have premature ejaculatory problems Hansell amp Damour 2008 Sexual Pain Disorders Vaginismus 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50 of Males 4070 are DSMIVTR stipulates that affects females the abuse of substances with affected by erectile an individual must be over the Ages 1525 the exception of young dysfunction age of 18 to be diagnosed Re sea rc hers children with a personality disorder as have found GID occurs more often in concerns of Adolescents marijuana children than adults Older children and body ima g e a S ecstasy and GHB adolescents tend to exhibit ea ry as 6 75 of boys diagnosed certain personality traits that yea rs Old Young adults marijuana with GID no longer have the would be construed as ecstasy and GHB disorder by adolescence abnormal in some instances Edery Hansell amp Damour 2008 but normally are gone by popuation ca n Elderly substance abuse early or late adulthood be affected by generally occurs due to Hansell amp Damour 2008 misuse of prescription drugs Anorexia Hansell amp Damour 2008 ca uses from psychological factors eg a nxiety conformity a n d depression Hansell amp Da mo u r 2008 Gender 90 of those Men are more likely to Sexual Masochism is 20 A gender bias exists in many suffering from eating disorders abuse drugs and alcohol than women and twice as likely to times more common in men personality disorders since certain behaVioral Page 3 of1 are women Men account for 510 of those suffering from eating disorders majority are those with reverse anorexia Hansell amp Damour 2008 abuse amphetamines Mortality rate increased for women due to campaigns encouraging smoking Hansell amp Damour 2008 Adult GID is two to three times more common in biological men than in women Hansell amp Damour 2008 characteristics are attributed to women Frequently diagnosed in women Histrionic dependent borderline personalities Frequently diagnosed in men paranoid schizoid schizotypal antisocial narcissistic OCD Obsessive compulsive disorder Avoidant personality disorder is more frequently diagnosed in men Hansell amp Damour 2008 Class Majority of classes exposed to eating disorders dwell in Socially accepted developed countries Where there is sufficient amount of foodsizesvarieties Hansell amp Damour 2008 Those affected by A positive correlation exists between drug use and white welleducated and urban living individuals of the western culture Young underemployed males have a high rate of alcoholism than others in the population gt The 70s and early 80s consisted of a cocaine epidemic and deaths were Sexual Disorders and Gender Identity Disorders extend across each class Hansell amp Damour 2008 Controversial for many if this is biologically related to homosexuality Personality Disorders affects every social class borderline and dependent personality disorder occurs more frequently with those of a lower socioeconomic status High criminal correlation exists between crime and antisocial personality disorder Page 4 of1 eating disorders include Minority women due to education White women Middleclass American cultures Latina woman African American woman gt All are more likely to have binge eating disorder Hansell amp Damour 2008 high Hansell amp Damour 2008 Poverty is a large factor in the area of personality disorders Hansell amp Damour 2008 Reference Hansell J amp Damour L 2008 Abnormal psycho00v 2nd ed Hoboken NJ Wiley Page 5 of1


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