anorexia nervosa

anorexia nervosa - An analysis of any sort of mental...

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An analysis of any sort of mental disorder would be lacking if it did not take into account both biological and cognitive reasons as well as sociological and behavioral reasons. It is fallacious to believe that any sort of condition can arise without some sort of genetic predisposition or that it would manifest without some kind of environmental prodding. While one of the biggest laymen complaints of the psychology movement revolves around the continual emergence and diagnosis of new mental disorders – many believe that an increase in diagnosis in a disease such as attention deficit disorder lies more in hypersensitivity to the symptoms rather than mere increased incidence – it is the interplay of these two factors that often lies at the core of the issue. For example, biological sensitivity to post-traumatic stress disorder is irrelevant if the individual has experienced no such traumatic event. Likewise, the severity of the event is irrelevant if the individual suffers from no genetic predisposition to the effects of PTSD. Thus, it is important to look at the history of a disorder and the time of its emergence to spot reasons
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