13. Substance use and delinquency + Depression, non-suicidal self-injury and suicide Adolescence Adolescent Development 978-1259567827 1259567826 Steinberg
This is my summary of the part of the book focusing on substance use and delinquency internalizing problems (depression, suicide, self-harm) (Chapter 13). For any question, do not hesitate to contact me via Stuvia or Facebook (Coline Swan). If you are interested in only certain chapters of the book, we can talk about a special bundle. Definitions and important concepts are described, and the structure of the book is respected since the exam frequently relies on it (based on Exams 1 and 2). Have fun studying!
SLK 310(B) THEME 4: DEPRESSIVE (MOOD) DISORDERS
Full notes of Theme 4 (Depressive (Mood) Disorders & Suicide) as covered in the SLK310(B) module
Table of contents:
1. Psychiatric disorders and other mental health problems
⇒ Medically unexplained symptoms
⇒ Eating disorders
⇒ Affective disorders
⇒ Suicide and self-harm
⇒ Substance misuse
⇒ Organic psychiatry
⇒ Anxiety disorders
⇒ Old age psychiatry
⇒ Learning disability
⇒ Personality disorders
⇒ Child and adolescent psychiatry
2. Assessing capacity
3. The mental health act
covers full curriculum for 4th year
PYC4802 Past Assignments
All Assignment have been Referenced.
There are 8 worked out assignment – Essays
The first 3 pages are MQS, the rest of the pack is essay assignment. All have been referenced.
1. ADOLESCENT DEPRESSION AND SUICIDE
2. Mood Disorders: Adolescent Depression & Suicide
3. Explain the role of the adolescent’s parents and family functioning in the development and maintenance of depression.
4. Child Abuse
5. Introduction and Epidemiology of Depression in Adolescents
• Depression and Suicide among Adolescents must be considered Individually and Contextually
• Diagnostic Criteria and Factors which Complicate Major Depression in Adolescence
• Depression in Adolescents
• Developmental factors influencing mood and behaviour of adolescents
• A Cognitive Approach to Adolescent Depression
• A Systems Approach to Adolescent Depression
ADA clinique semestre 1 risque de suicide
Psychologie clinique et psychopathologie , master I 1er semestre, Cours magistraux sur le risque de suicide, et son évaluation. Entretien clinique, diagnostic, symptôme, test psychopathologique.
Adolescent Development articles exam 3
Krabbenborg, Boersma, van der Veld, van Hulst, Vollenbergh, & Wolf, (2016). A cluster randomized controlled trial testing the effectiveness of Houvast.
Barman-Adhikari, Rice, Bender, Lengnick-Hall, Yoshioka-Maxwell, & Rhoades (2016). Social networking technology use and engagement in HIV-related risk and protective behaviors among homeless youth.
Barzilay, Feldman, Snir, et al. & Wasserman (2015). The interpersonal theory of suicide and adolescent suicidal behavior.
Brausch & Gutierrez (2010). Differences in Non-Suicidal Self-Injury and suicide attempts in adolescents.
Morgan, Webb, Carr, Kontopantelis, Green, Chew-Graham, Kapur, & Ashcroft (2017). Incidence, clinical management, and mortality risk following self harm among children and adolescents.
Whitlock (2009). The cutting edge: Non-Suicidal Self-Injury in Adolescence.
Furstenberg (2013). Transitions to adulthood: What we can learn from the West.
Eurofound (2014). Mapping youth transitions in Europe. Publications office of the European Union, Luxembourg.
ADA clinique semestre 1 évaluation du risque de suicide
Cours magistraux master I 1er semestre psychologie clinique et psychopathologie, évaluation du risque de suicide, entretien clinique, test pathologique, schizophrénie, bipolaire, dépression, mort.
Adolescent developent lecture notes exam 3
Lecture 11. Homeless Youth
Lecture 12. Adolescent Substance Use and Delinquency
Lecture 13. Media Use
Lecture 14. Depression, Non-suicidal self-injury and Suicide
Lecture 15. Work and the Transition to Adulthood
These are extensive notes, so not copied slides but explanations of words, graphs en additional clarification.
CRJ 320 Week 7: Assignment 2: Death Investigations Some people get confused with the terminology surrounding death investigations and their classification, such as natural death, accidental, suicide, and homicide. For this reason, criminal investigators m
CRJ 320 Week 7: Assignment 2: Death Investigations
Some people get confused with the terminology surrounding death investigations and their classification, such as natural death, accidental, suicide, and homicide. For this reason, criminal investigators must be well-versed in the various death classifications. Use your textbook, the Internet, and / or Strayer Library to research articles on death investigation.
Write a three to four (3-4) page paper in which you:
1. Compare and contrast the fundamental differences in natural death, accidental death, suicide, and homicide.
2. Select an article concerning a type of death of your choice and summarize the key factors that the police used to classify the type of death. Suggest one (1) additional factor that the police should collect for the death investigation.
3. Compare the fundamental differences in investigating a death case versus other types of crimes.
4. Determine the goal and the main procedure of a preliminary death investigation. Include one (1) example of a successful preliminary death investigation to support your response.
5. Analyze the main ways in which various environmental factors may influence the medical examination and autopsy in death investigations.
6. Use at least two (2) quality academic resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar type Websites do not qualify as academic resources.
Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format.