How can you identify whether someone has an eating disorder? How do the methods used by psychologists to diagnose eating disorders differ from unproven methods used by nonpsychologists?

How can you identify whether someone has an eating disorder? How do the methods used by psychologists to diagnose eating disorders differ from unproven methods used by nonpsychologists?

  1. How can you identify whether someone has an eating disorder? How do the methods used by psychologists to diagnose eating disorders differ from unproven methods used by nonpsychologists?
  2. Imagine you have a close friend who has an eating disorder. Following the multipath model, describe factors that contribute to the onset and continuation of the disorder. How would you help your friend with this disorder? What treatment options are available for this person?
  3. Discuss the possible effects of two different sleep disorders on an individual’s day-to-day functioning. Apply these to at least one specific scenario per disorder, and use information on symptoms, characteristics, and treatments for each disorder to support your reasoning.

Answer the following questions in a minimum of 150 words each. Use complete sentences and correct grammar and spelling. Use APA formatting to cite resources as necessary.

Course: PSY 266 Abnormal Psychology
School: Rio Salado College

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