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Neurotransmitters' Actions
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A 6 page paper discussing the role of neurotransmitters such as dopamine, serotonin and acetylcholine in diseases and disorders such as depression, anxiety disorders, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease and schizophrenia. Even when absolute cause cannot be determined, it is possible to treat the symptoms of these diseases with compounds that are narrowly targeted to affect the receptors specific for each of the known neurotransmitters. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Neuroact.wps

Gender Identity Disorder
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5 pages in length. Paper analyzes theories concerning the disorder, its development, occurrence, patterns, and relevance to homosexuality / sexual dysfunction. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Genderid.wps

Treatment Of Mentally And Genetically Impaired In New York
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This 10 page paper discusses the treatment programs available in New York. In 1975, a lawsuit was brought against Willowbrook State Hospital for inhumane treatment of patients. The resulting Willowbrook Consent Decree changed how services were planned and delivered. The system has changed dramatically since then, moving to a community-based care and treatment model. The services and programs identified in this paper are provided in New York City but they are also provided in most major cities in the nation. The writer explains the types of services that should be made available to this population. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PGdisabl.wps

A Review of the Causes of Depression
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2 pages in length. Review of an article about depression. Explores the possibility that depression is also caused by a physical abnormality as well as a chemical one.
Filename: JGA2viewwps

Does Elevated Job Stress Affect Smoking Levels?
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An 70 page expanded version of a much smaller paper researching the hypothesis that smokers in high-stress jobs tend to smoke more in response to stress than do smokers in jobs with lower stress levels. Though there was no existing research with which to guide the study, it still obtains solid and statistically valid results that unquestioningly prove that a smoker's response to a high-stress job is that of smoking more than usual. Existing literature emphasizes the relationship between stress and depression, and also that between smoking and depression. Biochemical and psychological research has concluded that there is a strong relationship between smoking and clinical depression, though it is unclear which contributes to the other. This survey does not specifically address depression, but it does give valuable insight to the relationship of stress-related smoking and workplace stress. Includes 4 charts and 4 tables. Bibliography lists 72 sources.
Filename: KSstress.doc

Neurotransmitters, Schizophrenia, Depression
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A 7 page paper. A great deal of research into these two mental illnesses has concluded they are diseases of the brain. While there is no cure for either, progress has been made in determining their causes. In each case, it would seem that monoamine neurotransmissions play a role. The paper begins with an explanation of neurotransmitters and specifically the functions of the monoamine neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine and how they may be involved in depression and schizophrenia. The writer than discusses the theory of eliminative materialism and its relationship to mental illness. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: PGscderv.wps

Autism
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A comprehensive 8 page overview of autism. Paper includes history, symptoms, psychosocial characteristics, theories, research, treatment, etc; A well-referenced bibliography lists more than 15 scholarly sources.
Filename: Autism.wps

Autism & The Benefits Of Music Therapy
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A 6 page paper that considers the symptoms of autism, the complexity of reaching children with this disorder, and then supports the use of the music therapy as an effective treatment for some of the symptoms. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Musicaut.wps


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