What psychological disorder
DQ1).What psychological disorder did you learn about?
In this week’s discussion, we get to explore psychological disorders that we may not have a deep understanding of (yet). When we learn about and discuss mental health, we can reduce the stigma associated with these conditions.
STEP 1: Select ONE disorder that you do NOT have a deep understanding of from this list:
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia, etc.)
Factitious Disorder Imposed on Another (FDIA)
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD)
Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD)
Substance Use Disorder
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) (Psych Central Staff, 1).
Step 2: Go to Psych Central Staff. December 8, 2020. Symptoms & Treatments of Mental Disorders. https://psychcentral.com/disorders/disorders to read more about the disorder that you selected.
Step 3: Respond to the discussion by
Identifying what disorder you selected,
Describing the symptoms and
Describing why you selected the disorder from the list.
To earn full credit, your response must be at least 5 sentences with appropriate in-text and source citations.
Step 4: Use in-text citations to acknowledge the author’s ideas that you wrote about in your discussion response.
Step 5: Provide a source list with the source(s) that you used for the discussion post.
Step 6: Respond to another person in the class. Remember to write at least 4 sentences to earn full credit. Also, if you have personal experience with a disorder and can relate to what others have learned, your reply to another in class is the perfect place to share.
DQ2).Part 1: Post a Response
There are four financial statements: (1) Income Statement; (2) Owner’s Equity Statement; (3) Balance Sheet; and (4) Statement of Cash Flows. Each of these statements provides important financial information to both internal and external users.
Choose two of the above-mentioned statements and identify how internal and external users can use the information from those statements to make decisions.
DQ3).Each of us makes promises all the time; most we keep, but some we don’t. The question this week focus on when a promise is—or is not—enforceable. Said differently, when will the law make a person keep a promise? Choose one of the scenarios below and explain whether you think that the promise made is enforceable. Be sure to think about the concepts of offer, acceptance, consideration, legality, and capacity.
Uncle John promises his nephew that he will give the nephew $10,000 on his 18th birthday if the nephew doesn’t drink alcohol, smoke cigarettes, do illegal drugs, or engage in any immoral behaviors.
Bill asks Sally to marry him, and she answers yes. Bill then sells his favorite sports car and pays upfront for a lavish wedding ceremony and a three-week trip to Europe.
Keith agrees to transport ceramic figurines from Los Angeles to New York City in his moving truck. What he doesn’t know is that each figurine is filled with packets of cocaine.
Maria and Jennifer are having drinks at a local bar, and both are a bit tipsy. As the night goes on, Maria asks Jennifer to trade Jennifer’s three-carat diamond ring for Maria’s 1978 Ford Duster, and Jennifer agrees to the deal.