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Experimental Psychology vs. Clinical Psychology
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Prosopagnosia and Social Difficulties
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The Case of Gina M. Gina is an attractive 15-year-old, fashionably dressed and well-groomed. She describes feeling depressed in the past because things never went right. She says that this is how she felt when she attempted suicide on her 14 th birthday… She… has told others she will kills herself if school does not go well this year… She describes herself as having little self- confidence and very low self-esteem. She complains of feelings of rejection by her mother, father, and step-father. Gina says that she has a math problem, but is unable to describe it further. Gina expressed herself well during the interview, and appears to have normal intelligence. At Admission Social Relationship with Family Mental Status Gina’s mother describes her as hostile and impossible to control. The family is fearful of Gina. The parents report that Gina has threatened to set them on fire. She has also gotten into fist fights with her sister and, in
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