This paper is a Critical Review of a Psychopathological Condition/Disorder and will need to be based on adult, not child, psychopathology. For this paper, you will cover the following:
(a) Introduction (e.g., briefly describe the significance of the problem, briefly provide a historical perspective) [1/2 to 1 page]
(b) Epidemiology (i.e., prevalence, age and gender distribution, information on prevalence across different cultures – if available, comorbidity with other disorders) [1/2 to 1 page] NEVER CITE THE DSM FOR EPIDEMIOLOGICAL FINDINGS, BUT RATHER USE ORIGINAL SOURCE CITATIONS.
(c) Etiology (including major genetic, biological, and psychosocial findings) [2 to 3 pages]
(d) Treatment (major somatic and psychosocial treatments; focus on large randomized clinical trials as much as possible) [2 to 3 pages]
(e) Discussion (very briefly summarize the major points above; briefly mention any controversies; briefly discuss areas for future research) [1/2 to 1 page]
Paper length should be approximately 8 pages (i.e., no shorter than 7 pages and no longer than 9 pages, not including the title page, abstract, and reference section).
Double-spaced with 12 point font and standard margins.
Must be in APA format utilizing the most recent (7th edition) version of the APA manual. Please adhere carefully and precisely to all APA style rules.
Please note that you will not review study by study, but rather utilize your outline organized thematically. You state what has been found generally across different studies without getting into the details of any one particular study unless there is something unique or particularly strong about it. Remember to work closely with the writing center over the next several weeks. Also remember not to write the paper with any articles next to you or else you are likely to inadvertently plagiarize. Below is a sample paragraph from a previous student that is a good example of what I have described above:
Peer delinquency is often associated with the development of juvenile delinquency. Some have even reported that peer deviance wholly mediates the relationship between parenting behaviors and adolescent delinquency (Chung & Steinberg, 2006). Multiple studies provide empirical support for the association between peer delinquency and increased delinquency (Fite et al., 2012; Taylor et al., 2000; Crnic & Greenberg, 2001), though the reason for this association is not clear. Potentially, peer encouragement to commit delinquent acts may result in increased delinquency (Mulder et al., 2011; Fossum et al., 2008). Conversely, some research has found that peer group norms that do not support physical aggression serve to reduce the effects of a genetic predisposition to develop aggressive behavior, further highlighting the importance of peer group on the development of antisocial behaviors (Brendgen et al., 2013; May & Beaver, 2014). In a study that examined the interactive effects between contextual risk factors (i.e., neighborhood problems, negative life events, and depressive symptoms) and peer delinquency as perceived by the child participants, it was found that perceived delinquency of a best friend was significantly associated with child delinquency; however, this association was found to be even stronger in the presence of high levels of neighborhood problems (Fite et al., 2012).
Final guidance below:
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Smith (2020) found that depression is more common in women than men. Jones (2018) also found that depression is more common in girls than boys. Depression is more common in adolescents than older adults, according to Brown (2020).
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Depression has been found to be more common in females than males, both in adults (Smith, 2018) and adolescent populations (Jones, 2018). There have been mixed findings regarding which age group is most at risk for depression. Some research has found depression to be most common among adolescents (Brown, 2018, White & Black, 2018; Jones et al., 1998) while other research has found older adults to be most at risk (Williams et al., 2000; Tremble & Tote, 2007).
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