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Paper: Students are “strongly encouraged” to use the DSM 5 found in the library for this assignment (and not websites “unless” they have the full DSM 5 available) if you’re choosing an issue not in the DSM 5, the topic must receive prior approval. This paper will investigate a “disorder” or “family problem” AND its’ treatment (or identified/diagnosable condition in marital pairs i.e. marriage problems) as it relates specifically to children including, but not limited to: autism spectrum disorder, specific learning disorder, intellectual disabilities, ADHD, language disorder, speech sound disorder, childhood onset fluency disorder, communication disorder, motor disorders, a disruptive, impulse-control, or conduct disorder, an anxiety disorder (as it relates to children), a feeding or eating disorder, a trauma or stressor related disorder, bullying, a depressive disorder (can relate this one to effects on parenting or simply do it in regards to childhood depression or aspects of family violence or drug use. Each of these “broad” categories typically contains several “types of “disorder” or problem you will need to be specific rather than broad in your research. There might be other areas that you have an interest in investigating and I will be happy to discuss those with you to see if they will fit appropriately into the purpose of the paper (for example, promoting healthy relationships, promoting healthy self-esteem, etc. etc.) The possibilities are relatively endless so please select a topic that is of interest to you. Students will produce an APA formatted paper that is approximately 5-7 pages in content (not including the cover page nor reference page) that utilizes approximately 5-9 “scientific, peer reviewed” resources (not opinions, nor websites unless they present primary research) as well as the DSM 5 to complete the following sections of the paper:
Provides an introduction – a “hook” (Winkler, 2019) 10%
Provides a summary of the criteria for assessment from the DSM 5. 10%
Provides the incidence rates for the disorder or problem and any comorbid considerations 10%
Primary Focus: Identifies, describes