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The differential diagnosis of BDD was discussed.




1. In this chapter the differential diagnosis of BDD was discussed.;a. Given the overlapping features BDD has with other disorders, do you think it is best classified as a somatoform, anxiety, psychotic, or impulse control disorder? Why?;b. In terms of the anxiety disorders, do you think BDD is more similar to;OCD or social phobia? Why?;2. Current cognitive-behavioral treatments for BDD have several components, including self-monitoring, cognitive restructuring, ERP, behavioral experiments to evaluate feared predictions, habit reversal training, and mirror retraining. Which of these treatment components do you feel is most important and why?;3. Thus far, there is no strong evidence to indicate that there are marked sex differences in the prevalence and clinical presentation of BDD.;a. Why might this be so?;b. On what aspects of the clinical presentation of BDD (e.g., areas of;appearance concern, types of behaviors employed to reduce appearance-related distress, associated features such as suicidality and aggression) do you think men and women are most likely to differ and why?;Attachment Preview;p324 F13 Assignment 5.docx Download Attachment;Assignment 3: Body Dysmorphic Disorder;Due;T/R class: R Dec 12;M/W/F class: Tu Dec 10;1. In this chapter the differential diagnosis of BDD was discussed.;a.;Given the overlapping features BDD... Show more;Additional Requirements;Min Pages: 3;Level of Detail: Only answer needed;Other Requirements: just be sure to give a detailed answer


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