Introduction to Psychology | Study

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Running head:PSYCHOLOGYPsychologyName of StudentName of the UniversityAuthor Note
1PSYCHOLOGYTable of ContentsIntroduction................................................................................................................................2The Method................................................................................................................................2The Analysis...............................................................................................................................4The Results.................................................................................................................................4The Discussion...........................................................................................................................5Context.......................................................................................................................................6Limitation...................................................................................................................................6Bibliography...............................................................................................................................7
2PSYCHOLOGYTitle:Lived experiences of recalled mentally disordered offenders with dual diagnosis: Aqualitative phenomenological studyIntroductionThedual diagnosisis considered as a psychological condition in which one developstwo kinds of ailments simultaneously namely mental illness and one substance use disorder(McGovern et al., 2014). The article focuses on the live experiences of the people sufferingfrom dual diagnosis, which is a kind of mental disorder. The article strived to understand theexperiences of the persons with dual diagnosis and understand their clinical implications(O’Sullivan, Boulter & Black, 2013). The researcher aims to understand the detailed aspect ofdual diagnosis and how it can be cured in a clinical context. It has aimed to promote therecovery status of this specific mental health illness.A qualitative approach is used in this article for data collection and data analysis. Thismethod is appropriate for analyzing the information that can be conveyed through the processof behaviour and language in a natural environment. In this article, it is important tounderstand the values, feelings, motivations and psychological aspects of the mental illnessregarding dual diagnosis.The MethodThe convenience sample method was carried out for carrying out this research. Theparticipants for the research were being recruited from the London MSU and the users of dualdiagnostic service were used (O’Sullivan, Boulter & Black, 2013). The inclusion criteria forthis research were males who are aged between 18-65 years of age and who are detainedunder the Mental Health Act. The males who have committed an offence, suffered a recall,discharged after treatment and others are considered for the purpose of this research.Thisindicates that the male population suffer more in terms of mental illness. In the words of
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