Eating Disorder, Substance Abuse, Sex/Gender/Sexual, Impulse-Control, and Personality Disorders
Eating disorders, substance abuse, sexual, gender identity, and personality disorders reduce the capacity for normal human behavior functioning. Even though their components vary extensively, understanding each decreases the stigmatized perception of these disorders and promoting the realistic application of interventions and preventions to support and resume normalcy with individuals and the human behavior.
In Eating disorders the biological emphasis on the hereditary factors, hormonal, neurotransmitter abnormalities, and the structure of the brains irregularities. ...view middle of the document...
In Cognitive Component viewpoints with substance abuse the individual believes the provision to help cope with the daily life of stresses, anxieties, insecurities and poor self-esteem. Individuals with abusive repetitions have negative principles, negative representations, and negative expectations. The reformation of drug abuse is the discernments and the support to modified the current believes and expectations of the individual.
Behavioral Components in substance abuse there are three roles with the behavioral theory it includes, operant conditioning, classical conditioning, and social learning modeling. These roles play the most important part with the explanation and treating the misappropriation of substance abuse.
The Biological Components and the clarifications of paraphilia’s accentuates the psychological factors include the configurations of brain injuries or illnesses. Some examples provided are epilepsy, brain tumors and degenerative diseases. When women are suspected of sexual offenses the illnesses include mental retardation, physical abuse and sexual abuse they have suffered from.
The Psychodynamic Components is the explanations of paraphilia’s and how it has changed over the years. Freud’s first descriptions of “perversions” accentuated how the depiction of the straightforward adulthood of obsessed with sexual attention with the development stages of childhood. Sexual behavior is a specific kind of defense mechanism with reaction to the core of emotional conflict.