ch 2.docx - Chapter II Literature Review An internship is a brief training period which provide the students with the opportunity to gain work

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Chapter II Literature Review An internship is a brief training period which provide the students with the opportunity to gain work experience in their respective field, which introduces them to the real challenges of work place. Internships provided an opportunity for students to learn professionals working on field (Clark, 2011). With the advent of advancement in science and technology, a number of researches have been conducted on mental and psychological well-being which encompass almost all areas. The increase in occurrence of mental disorders have led to an increase in research interest in mental health, the larger part include the impacts associated with untreated illness(Alice,2011). A research was conducted by Yaqoob and Asad (2014) for the manifestation of depression, anxiety and coping styles among early and late adolescents. A purposive sample of 600 students was divided into two age groups; early adolescents and late adolescents. Cross Sectional Research Design was used. Participants were administered by using BAI, BDI and Coping Strategies Questionnaire. The results of this study indicated that incidence of Anxiety and Depression was high among early adolescents than to the late adolescents. Females were found to be more prone to high depression and anxiety as compare to males. Results also showed active practical coping style were more used by late adolescents and males. It also indicated that religious focused and avoidance focused coping styles were mostly used by the early adolescents and females. Results also revealed the need for stress management programs to be introduced in late childhood and early adolescence. One of the research had been performed is a systematic review of the currently available evidence on whether psychological treatments are effective for treating depressed
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primary care patients in comparison with usual care or placebo, taking the type of therapy and its delivery mode into account. Random effects meta-analyses were performed using post- treatment depression scores as outcome. A total of 30 studies with 5,159 patients met the inclusion criteria. There is evidence that psychological treatments are effective in depressed primary care patients. For CBT approaches, substantial evidence suggests that interventions
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  • Sociology, Schizophrenia, late adolescents, primary care patients, abuse concordance rate

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