Dysregulation

Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia
Although the studies reviewed above generally confirmed the classic DA hypothesis of schizophrenia, it is important to examine these results in light of the more recent views of schizophrenia as a neurodevelopmental illness, involving dysconnectivity of multiple cortico-subcortical and intra- cortical networks. Although it cannot be definitively ruled out that the DA dysregulation revealed by these studies would stem from a primary abnormality of DA neurons, it seems more likely that these abnor
The Long Battle to Rethink Mental Illness in Child
The Long Battle to Rethink Mental Illness in Child
The Long Battle to Rethink Mental Illness in Children General Psychology Mrs. Stovall 2/19/2016 Abstract My research will consist of the fact that children are sometimes missed diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder. Most children are diagnosed when they are young. Sometimes children are too young to even develop the behavior for some of the psychiatric disorders that the doctors diagnose them with. The main concerns of the article are that the amount of time it takes to develop a new disease. T