Case Study

 Respond to the two separate with two separate responses in a 150 word count. with references 

1. Professor Nina James

So, I thought I would recommend the film “Split” to you all to get a sense of DID. The film is a “Hollywood version” of DID, of course, but the scenes between the patient and the therapist are pretty good and the way the patient’s who demeanor changes with each personality is well played.

Has anyone seen it? Thoughts?

2. Class mate Anna  Hall

Schizophrenia is a disorder in which many people think that the person that has a disability has many different personalities. People also think that the Personalities are on a positive and negative level, meaning that a person with schizophrenia can be nice at one moment and turn very violent the next. personalities are on a positive and negative level, meaning that a person with schizophrenia can be nice at one moment in time very violent the next. “Schizophrenia is a severe mental illness involving chronic (or recurrent) psychosis, characterized mainly by hearing or seeing things that aren’t real (hallucinations) and thinking or believing things with no basis in reality (delusions)” (Morlin, 2017). They are Both serious mental disorders but the more common mental disorder that people tend to relate dissociative identity disorder with is personality disorder. They also share A lot of the key symptoms such as feeling alone and also being a bit delusional. The thing about both of these mental disorders is that they are both disorders that cannot be cured and in many cases are rare compared to the other mental disorders.

Morlin, A. 2017 The difference between schizophrenia and dissociative disorder. Retrieved by:


TOPIC is Sexual disorders

Prepare a 1,100-word paper that discusses research-based interventions to treat psychopathology.

Review the characteristics of the selected disorder and discuss the research about intervention strategies for the disorder. Address the following:

· Evaluate three peer-reviewed research studies using the Research Analysis document.

· Conceptualize the disorder using one of the psychological perspectives in the text.

· Discuss the treatments or interventions that have been shown to be the most effective for your selected disorder.

Cite at least five peer-reviewed sources.

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Research AnalysisPSYCH/650 Version 21

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Research Analysis

Peer-reviewed studyPeer review refers to a study that has been accepted by a standard journal using blind review by peers in the field. This means that every study should have a fair access to publication based upon quality of the study.
Type of studyTypes of studies can include experimental, case study, longitudinal, cross-sectional, survey, and so forth.
Measurement or assessment toolsA measurement tool is a means that the researchers used to measure or assess the variables under study. Did the study develop assessment tools? Did the study use objective measurement tools? Can the measurement tools be found and used by another researcher? Are the instruments valid and reliable?
Number of participantsThis refers to how many participants were in the study.
How they were selectedSelection process can include the means of recruitment of participants; what was the sampling method or strategy? Describe the population. This could be clients or college students. Indicate sample size.
Number of groupsWas there a control group? The control group does not receive the treatment. Do these participants have the same characteristics and diagnosis as the experimental group participants?
How they were assignedWere they matched or randomly assigned to one the conditions, or groups, in the study?
What type of intervention was deliveredDefine the type of therapeutic treatment or intervention that occurred.
How the intervention was deliveredWere there therapists? Were the therapists trained to deliver the treatment? Was the study a drug study? Was it double-blind?
Were there repeated measuresIn this area, we are looking at whether the study found the subjects 6 months or 1 year after the conclusion of the study. Was there a difference between the experimental and control participants at the follow up? We are looking at whether the treatment effect lasts over time.

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