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PSYC1024 Essay - Mental Health in Popular Culture

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This essay will run through symptoms, etiology and the treatment of the social phobia with “The King’s Speech”.

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PSYC1024 Essay - Mental Health in Popular Culture
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Psychology Behaviorism Psychiatry Behavioural sciences Phobias Anxiety disorders Abnormal psychology Psychiatric diagnosis Social anxiety disorder Behaviour therapy Specific phobia Cognitive behavioral therapy George IV
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Topics this document covers:
Psychology Behaviorism Psychiatry Behavioural sciences Phobias Anxiety disorders Abnormal psychology Psychiatric diagnosis Social anxiety disorder Behaviour therapy Specific phobia Cognitive behavioral therapy George IV
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People with social phobia usually avoid public speaking or performance since they will fall in extreme anxiety when dealing with such a large crowd, some can be even worse. Social anxiety is more serious than shyness and performing anxiety where people simply avoid participating daily activities, such as class or meeting. This essay will run through symptoms, etiology and the treatment to social phobia with “The King’s Speech”. Symptoms People with social phobia may lead themselves to negative thinking or weird behaviors because they rarely have the opportunity to release all the bad emotions. Then patients will face humiliation and embarrassment when they are in front of pub...
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