PAY 2010 Somatic Symptom Disorder Discussion
Somatic symptom disorder has a long history. Sigmund Freud described a case of Anna, who displayed several physical conditions (e.g., pain, dizziness, numbness, and visual disturbances) with no apparent medical cause. Also, schizophrenia is not actually one single disorder but a spectrum of disorders that fall along a continuum of symptoms and functioning levels.
Describe somatic symptom disorder, and if the disorder can be diagnosed if the person has an actual physical illness.
Describe the basic criteria for schizophrenia based on the current DSM criteria. Explain the differences between negative and positive symptoms.
Explain the prognosis of an individual diagnosed with schizophrenia based on age and gender factors.
Plagiarism Discussion Essay
Module 4 Case Assignment
For this assignment, you will compare/contrast the two articles on plagiarism written by Nelms (2015) and Goldsmith (2011). You may either look at the similarities that the two articles hold to be true with respect to their subject matter, the differences, or both. Your essay should be double-spaced, should include specific references and
citations to both articles, and needs to be roughly 2-3 typed pages (not including the cover and references pages). Make sure you set the margins at 1-inch all around.
Nelms, G. (2015, July). Why plagiarism doesn’t bother me at all: A research-based overview of plagiarism as educational opportunity. [Web log post]. Teaching & learning in higher ed. Retrieved from https://teachingandlearninginhighered.org/2015/07/…
Goldsmith, K. (2011, September). It’s not plagiarism. In the digital age, it’s ‘repurposing.’ The Chronicle of Higher Education. Retrieved from http://www.chronicle.com/article/Uncreative-Writin…
There are several components (1-3 listed below) to include with your final paper to demonstrate that all the stages of the writing process, which have been covered in this course, have been met at one of the following levels: Excellent, Good, Average, or Poor:
1. A graphic organizer that demonstrates your brainstorming