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Unformatted text preview: be related to any of the three exclusion criteria. First the disorder cannot be an expectable reaction to a specific event. The symptoms of the disorder cannot be because of a deviant behavior specifically of a political, religious or sexual minority group. And finally there cannot be a conflict between the individual and society or in other words it cannot be a behavior the individual chooses to engage in within their constitutional rights. Based on the inclusion and exclusion criteria for a mental disorder it is possible for a nonhuman animal to have a mental disorder....
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- Spring '08
- Clinical Psychology