Hysteroid adjustment to life

AB - Hysteroid dysphoria has been described in outpatient populations and is thought to be a subtype of atypical depression involving rejection sensitivity and therapeutic response to monoamine oxidase inhibitors. The presence of hysteroid dysphoria was assessed, using a semistructured interview, in 18 depressed inpatients. The 6 patients who met the criteria for hysteroid dysphoria did not differ from depressed patients in severity, premorbid adjustment, number of atypical features, or presence of melancholia. Implications for treatment are discussed.

Order Description
Review the results provided from the MMPI-2 and MCMI-III in the Sample Personality Results Report located in Module Resources folder. Respond to the following questions:
would you feel if you received this kind of feedback regarding your personality?
kind of diagnosis do the results of these tests suggest?
might these results be helpful in the treatment of Josephine? How might they be harmful?
there any ethical concerns related to providing these kinds of results to a client?

Order Description
Review the results provided from the MMPI-2 and MCMI-III in the Sample Personality Results Report located in Module Resources folder. Respond to the following questions:
would you feel if you received this kind of feedback regarding your personality?
kind of diagnosis do the results of these tests suggest?
might these results be helpful in the treatment of Josephine? How might they be harmful?
there any ethical concerns related to providing these kinds of results to a client?

Hysteroid adjustment to life

hysteroid adjustment to life

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