Clinical Psychopathology

In general clinical psychology tries to assess and treat various mental illnesses, psychiatric problems and abnormal behaviour. It applies psychological principles to the assessment, prevention and rehabilitation of psychological distress, disabilities, dysfunctional behaviour and others.

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Talking about death in children with incurable disease

Most of what has been said about how we talk about death in healthy children, can also be applied in the case of heavy sick children. However, There are points that need redefining or special attention. Continue reading

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Talking about death in healthy children

Taking into consideration that children have some vague notion about death from the age of two years, that the likelihood of their death or a loved one is always present and how the ideas of children about death affect the emotional, psychological and mental development, It is very important to talk to children about death. Continue reading

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Health, Loneliness and the fear of death

The fact that older people fear death and suffering from depression may be more a myth than a reality. Unlike, the fact is that these people face any problems living loneliness active even after the age of 60 years. Continue reading

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Elderly: compensate about loss

Age racism is the term used for the discrimination and negative stereotypes that are formed on the basis of age and is particularly acute in our attitudes towards the elderly. A misunderstanding as regards the elderly is that crappy live. Indeed, There are often difficult situations in their lives need to monitor. Continue reading

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Pregnancy and abortion in adolescence

It is estimated that half of the girls in the United States between the ages of 12kai 15 years, have an active sex life and, According to various estimates, the 40% These girls become pregnant. Among teens who capture half – over 1 million per year-choose abortion. Meanwhile, the number of young single mothers, many of which are teens, growing every year.

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How children face sexual abuse;

The experience of sexual abuse increases the risk of developing mental problems in children. The fact is however, that some sexually exploited children (percentage 20-50%) display no defects when evaluated using common, weighted measurements of child psychopathology. How could these guys to tackle abuse;

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What is dyslexia;

It is often said that people with “poor” reading suffer from dyslexia, but the exact diagnosis depends on how we interpret the term. Some scholars categorize all people who read 30 months lower than the expected level as Dyslexic, but this broad definition includes difficulties reading that may be due to incomplete follow-up at school, in sensor defects or low IQ. Some other researchers identify dyslexia in a narrower sense, as serious problems reading in people who have normal IQs and no other non-cognitive disability that could be responsible for their difficulty.

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Should autistic children be punished to begin to learn;

How does a father or a mother of a person with autism repetitive, violent mood swings and what is it that could be characterized as the mildest from bouts of anger; How a therapist stops the aytotraymatikes and often life-threatening behaviors, like hitting the head and inserting objects into the eyes; What should you make a foundation if a autistic person attempting to attack a caregiver whenever he appears; What can parents do if their autistic child insists to fouls with dirt every piece of furniture in which has access;

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THE MODERN DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

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