MAJOR MENTAL ILLNESSES PERSPECTIVES
Also, similarity in the brain process of specific disorders is put into consideration. Using advanced techniques which include brain imaging surveys the manner in which the brain constitute and its roles change over time. The cultural/ social perspective explains how different cultures define mental illnesses or view and treat affected individuals. Therefore what may be termed as a mental disorder in one community may be perceived differently in another and vice versa. In the same line, the same mental illness could be described diversely by different cultures due to their, norms and beliefs. How does each perspective affect how we understand, diagnose and treat mental disorders? Provide examples. Symptoms that are perceived through a person’s behavior that are termed unusual or abnormal should not be ignored since pronged abnormally may result in severe repercussions.
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