Analyzing Psychological Disorders
School : University of Phoenix
Class : Psy / 240
Instructor : Kami Himes
By Ronald Berry
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This happens , because the individuals small has smaller temporal lobe structures . With many years of research on the temporal lobes psychologist found that it is possible for a person ‘s hippocampus and amygdale are reduced in sized . There is a part of the brain that can control short as well as long term memory is called the hippocampus . The part of the brain which controls emotions and arousal is called the amygdale . The part of the brain where dopamine is created and controls the levels in a person is called the prefrontal cortex . If there is an imbalance of your dopamine levels it will cause a person cognitive problems , but the types can vary . This can have an affect on your long term memory . The limbic is the last part of the brain that is affected . It helps to control emotion , and a person ‘ s mood. A person with this disorder can have mixed emotions one minute they happy then sad and happy again within minutes . All of those above are affected parts of the brain ( The Genetics of Schizophrenia ) .
B . Causal Factors
There are many theories that have surrounded the research of Schizophrenia , and there are many psychologist who believe that genetic predisposition that stem from a schizophrenia diagnosis . One theory believes that people who suffer from this disease can have higher levels of dopamine in them . This theory is recognized so highly , because of the research done with Parkinson ‘ s disease . The drug that treats Parkinson ‘ s disease is called chlorpromazine . This drug is a receptor blocker , and can help combine the D2 receptors . This aimed at correcting hyperactivity . This is a key drug in coming down Schizophrenia patients .
C . Neural Basis
It is important to get the family involved if it is at all possible , because group therapy with strangers can adverse affects on certain patients . There are many options when comes to treating Schizophrenia including drug therapy to combat symptoms related to this disorder .
D . Associated Symptoms
The etiology results of the brain is a imaging study which can show evidence of abnormalities in the brain . This also includes enlarged cerebral ventricles , and small cerebral cortex . There are many psychologist who believe that early neural development troubles have a connection to Schizophrenia .
E . Drug Therapies
There many combinations of drug therapies which include anti anxiety , antipsychotic , and antidepressant medications which can fully manages the patients symptoms . Chlorpromazine ...