Assignment: Neurology of Anorexia-Questions

Assignment: Neurology of Anorexia-Questions

Assignment: Neurology of Anorexia-Questions

Assignment: Neurology of Anorexia-Questions

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Please reword document attached and separate answer the following questions:

Using the DSM-5 diagnostic criteria and evidence-based scholarly articles, address the following:

Describe the neurology of anorexia. Does the characterization of anorexia as a brain disorder surprise you? What are your thoughts on the personal and/or cultural implications of classifying anorexia (and other mental illnesses) in this way, as opposed to a lifestyle choice or a matter of willpower? How might you support a family (or client) who is resistant to this interpretation?
Describe and discuss changes in personality and social behavior that might be seen with anorexia. How would you assess for these changes?
Provide an overview of the health consequences and medical complications of anorexia
Create a treatment plan for a client with anorexia using family-based therapy or other evidence-based therapy.
Criteria for this paper:

Answer these questions succinctly but completely, integrating resources to provide rationale for all decisions.
Use APA formatting for all components of your paper.
You may use narrative, bullets, or a table format for various sections of this discussion assignment.
Your paper should be approximately two to three pages long, not including the reference page.
Use at least one nursing journal reference from CINAHL (available through the Regis library) to support your rationale.

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