APA format 1) Minimum 15 pages  (No word count per page)-   Follow the 3 x 3 r

     
    APA format
    1) Minimum 15 pages  (No word count per page)-   Follow the 3 x 3 rule: minimum of three paragraphs per page 
    You must strictly comply with the number of paragraphs requested per page.  
    The number of words in each paragraph should be similar
      
             Part 1: minimum 5 pages (Due 40 hours)
             Part 2: minimum 4 pages (Due 40 hours)
             Part 3: minimum 3 pages (Due 60 hours)
             Part 4: minimum 3 pages (Due 60 hours)
    Submit 1 document per part
    2)¨******APA norms
            The number of words in each paragraph should be similar
            Must be written in the third person
             All paragraphs must be narrative and cited in the text- each paragraph
             The writing must be coherent, using connectors or conjunctive to extend, add information, or contrast information. 
             Bulleted responses are not accepted
             Don’t write in the first person 
             Do not use subtitles or titles      
             Don’t copy and paste the questions.
             Answer the question objectively, do not make introductions to your answers, answer it when you start the paragraph
    Submit 1 document per part
    3)****************************** It will be verified by Turnitin (Identify the percentage of exact match of writing with any other resource on the internet and academic sources, including universities and data banks) 
    ********************************It will be verified by SafeAssign (Identify the percentage of similarity of writing with any other resource on the internet and academic sources, including universities and data banks)
    4) Minimum 4 references (APA format) per part not older than 5 years  (Journals, books) (No websites)
    All references must be consistent with the topic-purpose-focus of the parts. Different references are not allowed 
    5) Identify your answer with the numbers, according to the question. Start your answer on the same line, not the next
     Example:
    Q 1. Nursing is XXXXX
    Q 2. Health is XXXX
    Q3. Research is…………………………………………………. (a) The relationship between……… (b) EBI has to
    6) You must name the files according to the part you are answering: 
    Example:
    Part 1.doc 
    Part 2.doc
    __________________________________________________________________________________
    Parts 3 and 4  can have the same questions. However, you must answer with references and different writing, always addressing them objectively, as if you were different students. Similar responses in wording or references will not be accepted. 
    The number of words in each paragraph should be similar
    Part 1: Psychopathology
    Four paragraphs per page; one paragraph per question. That is, one must answer four questions per page.
    According to DSM-5 primarily, answer:
    1. What are Dissociative Disorders (One paragraph)
    2.  Briefly explains the subcategories of Dissociative Disorders  (Two paragraphs:  One paragraph for a and b;  One paragraph for c, d and e)
    a. Dissociative Identity Disorder 
    b. Dissociative Amnesia 
    c. Depersonalization/Derealization Disorder 
    d. Other Specified Dissociative Disorder 
    e. Unspecified Dissociative Disorder 
    3. Explain  how they differ (Two paragraphs:  One paragraph for a and b;  One paragraph for c, d and e)
    a. Dissociative Identity Disorder 
    b. Dissociative Amnesia 
    c. Depersonalization/Derealization Disorder 
    d. Other Specified Dissociative Disorder 
    e. Unspecified Dissociative Disorder 
    4. For Dissociative Identity Disorder explain (Three paragraphs: One paragraph for a and b,  One paragraph for c and d;  One paragraph for e and f)
    a.  Age criteria for making this diagnosis
    b. Age-related factors
    c. Symptoms
    d. Describes rule-out three differential diagnoses
    e. Risk factors
    f. Prognostic Factors
    5.  For Dissociative Amnesia explain (Three paragraphs: One paragraph for a and b,  One paragraph for c and d;  One paragraph for e and f)
    a.  Age criteria for making this diagnosis
    b. Age-related factors
    c. Symptoms
    d. Describes rule-out three differential diagnoses
    e. Risk factors
    f. Prognostic Factors
    6. For Depersonalization/Derealization explain (Three paragraphs: One paragraph for a and b,  One paragraph for c and d;  One paragraph for e and f)
    a.  Age criteria for making this diagnosis
    b. Age-related factors
    c. Symptoms
    d. Describes rule-out three differential diagnoses
    e. Risk factors
    f. Prognostic Factors
    7. Other Specified Dissociative Disorder (Three paragraphs: One paragraph for a and b,  One paragraph for c and d;  One paragraph for e and f)
    a.  Age criteria for making this diagnosis
    b. Age-related factors
    c. Symptoms
    d. Describes rule-out three differential diagnoses
    e. Risk factors
    f. Prognostic Factors
    8. Unspecified Dissociative Disorder (Three paragraphs: One paragraph for a and b,  One paragraph for c and d;  One paragraph for e and f)
    a.  Age criteria for making this diagnosis
    b. Age-related factors
    c. Symptoms
    d. Describes rule-out three differential diagnoses
    e. Risk factors
    f. Prognostic Factors
    Part 2: Psychopathology
    Four paragraphs per page; one paragraph per question. That is, one must answer four questions per page.
    According to DSM-5 primarily, answer:
    1. What are Elimination Disorders (One paragraph)
    2.  Brielfy explain the subcategories of Dissociative Disorders  (Two paragraphs:  One paragraph for a and b;  One paragraph for c and d)
    a. Enuresis
    b. Encopresis
    c. Other Specified Elimination Disorder
    d. Unspecified Elimination Disorder
    3. Explain  how they differ  (Two paragraphs:  One paragraph for a and b;  One paragraph for c and d)
    a. Enuresis
    b. Encopresis
    c. Other Specified Elimination Disorder
    d. Unspecified Elimination Disorder 
    4. For Enuresis explain (Three paragraphs: One paragraph for a and b,  One paragraph for c and d;  One paragraph for e and f)
    a.  Age criteria for making this diagnosis
    b. Age-related factors
    c. Symptoms
    d. Describes rule-out three differential diagnoses
    e. Risk factors
    f. Prognostic Factors
    5.  For Encopresis explain (Three paragraphs: One paragraph for a and b,  One paragraph for c and d;  One paragraph for e and f)
    a.  Age criteria for making this diagnosis
    b. Age-related factors
    c. Symptoms
    d. Describes rule-out three differential diagnoses
    e. Risk factors
    f. Prognostic Factors
    6. For Other Specified Elimination Disorder explain (Three paragraphs: One paragraph for a and b,  One paragraph for c and d;  One paragraph for e and f)
    a.  Age criteria for making this diagnosis
    b. Age-related factors
    c. Symptoms
    d. Describes rule-out three differential diagnoses
    e. Risk factors
    f. Prognostic Factors
    7. For Unspecified Elimination Disorder explain (Three paragraphs: One paragraph for a and b,  One paragraph for c and d;  One paragraph for e and f)
    a.  Age criteria for making this diagnosis
    b. Age-related factors
    c. Symptoms
    d. Describes rule-out three differential diagnoses
    e. Risk factors
    f. Prognostic Factors
    Part 4: Practicum- Health assessment
    Three paragraphs per page; one paragraph per question. That is, one must answer Three questions per page.
    1. Explain what is Mental status examination (MSE) (One paragraph)
    2. Explain how to assess the main components of appearance, attitude, and behavior (Two paragraphs: One paragraph for a and b;  One paragraph for c and d)
    a. Appearance
    b. Speech
    c. Eye contact
    d. Motor activity
    3. Explain how to assess the main components of mood and affect (One paragraph)
    d. Mood (Subjective)
    e. Affect (Objective)
    4. Explain how to assess the main components of perceptual (One paragraph) disturbances
    a. Hallucination
    b. Dissociation
    5. Explain how to assess the main components of cognition  (Two paragraphs: One paragraph for a and b;  One paragraph for c and d)
    a. Orientation impairment
    b. Memory impairment
    c. Attention
    d. Thinking
    6. Explain how to assess the main components of thoughts (Two paragraphs: One paragraph for a and b;  One paragraph for c and d)
    a. Suicidality
    b. Homicidal
    c. Delusion
    d. Irreality
    Part 3: Practicum- Health assessment
    Three paragraphs per page; one paragraph per question. That is, one must answer Three questions per page.
    1. Explain how to assess the main components of General (Two paragraphs: One paragraph for a and b;  One paragraph for c and d)
    a. Appearance
    b. Posture
    c. Eye contact
    d. Attitude
    2. Explain how to assess the main components of Behaviour (One paragraph)
    a. Motor
    b. Limbs movement
    3. Explain how to assess the main components of mood and affect (One paragraph)
    d. Mood (Subjective)
    e. Affect (Objective)
    4. Explain how to assess the main components of perceptual (One paragraph) 
    a. self-perception-Others-perception
    b. Illusions-Depersonalization
    5. Explain how to assess the main components of cognition  (Two paragraphs: One paragraph for a and b;  One paragraph for c and d)
    a. Orientation 
    b. Memory 
    c. Attention
    d. Concentration
    6. Explain how to assess the main components of thoughts (Two paragraphs: One paragraph for a and b;  One paragraph for c and d)
    a. Suicidality-Homicidal
    b. Coherence
    c. Delusion-Irreality
    d. Logic

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