What do you think is going on with this unfortunate man, given that our topic these two weeks is that of Psychological Disorders and Treatment/Intervention?

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that is the video to watch and answer the questions

What do you think is going on with this unfortunate man, given that our topic these two weeks is that of Psychological Disorders and Treatment/Intervention?

What do you think you might do if you had these symptoms? The usual 150 words, minimum.

This week’s Rorschach has you watch a very short video and comment on what might be going on. As your text is a bit thin with information about psychopharmacology, I provide you several Powerpoint slides and podcasts to beef up this area. I even provide you a podcast about Competency to Stand Trial and the Insanity Defense, but don’t get any ideas.

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