LA108 Monroe College Anxiety Disorder writing assignment

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After watching an episode frommental disorder   the television show Monk  ($1.99 to view an episode) or another television show, movie or video of your choice that depicts a person with an anxiety disorder (such as the movie As Good As It Gets), discuss how accurate some aspect of the portrayal of the anxiety disorder was in the show.

Here is a student's resource that  is free:  https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6yo1og

The writing assignment must include the information below and must be in no less than 250 words.

1.  Choose  two aspects of anxiety disorder (portrayal of symptoms; course of the disorder; response to treatment; impact of social support; or another aspect of the disorder) identified in the show. 

2. Skip 2 lines

3. Write an evaluation of the disorder and support your argument with information from scientific source(s) -  journal articles, website and NOT just a textbook).  The evaluation should clarify the aspect of the disorder.  

3. Skip 2 lines

4.  At the end of your evaluation, tell how  the show is an accurate or inaccurate portrayal of the disorder

5.  Answer all questions, explain and give as much factual details, examples and perhaps your life experiences.

6. Use APA writing format.

7.  Do not copy and paste information.  Paraphrase the information. Support your work with in-text citations and the reference page.

Tutor Answer

Knutsen
School: Duke University

Here is the complete paper. Check it and in case of anything, feel free to alert me.Regards

Running Head: ANXIETY DISORDER

1

Anxiety Disorder

Student’s Name
Institution’s Affiliation

ANXIETY DISORDER

2

An anxiety disorder is a mental disorder that is characterized by significant fear and
anxiety: reaction to the current and worries about the future respectively. As a result, the patient
may portray this physically with shakiness or increased heart rate ("Evidence-Based Assessment
of Obsessive'Compulsive Disorder," n.d.).

In the film, Monk, we see the life of a homicide detective for the San Fr...

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Good stuff. Would use again.

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