Clinical Diagnosis Film

Clinical Diagnosis Film

Assignment Guidelines 1
MAJOR ASSIGNMENT (HPS308-2000 Words, 50% unit grade; HPS788 – 2500 words,
50% unit grade)
Due Date
See cloudDeakin unit outline for the due date.
Clinical Diagnosis Film Assignment (Marks out of 100 HPS308; out of 125 HPS788)
The purpose of this assignment is to give you experience in utilising some of the clinical
skills in diagnosis and formulation that are discussed in the unit, when viewing a cinematic
depiction of a disorder, along with a consideration of whether such depictions impact on
stigma. You will also be asked to do and apply knowledge from a literature review with
respect to the disorder, which will be worth around half of the assignment’s marks (please
read the marking rubric which will be used for marking).
For the movies provided below, there is one central character in the movie that has symptoms
of a psychological disorder (sometimes there may be more than one character; I have given
you the character with the most obvious symptoms). I recommend watching the films with a
friend or classmate so you can discuss the film afterwards.
Movie Choices
(Note: these will be available from the library. Unfortunately, we will only be able to get live
streaming for the second film due to copyright restrictions by Warner Bros.)
1. Fearless (1993, Jeff Bridges as Max Klein, disorder: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) – is a
Peter Weir film depicting the two main characters’ differing reactions to being in a plane
crash. In particular, while hailed as “the good Samaritan” for his work in helping others, Jeff
Bridges’ character displays signs of PTSD (although some also suggest he may experience
some post-traumatic growth in response to the tragedy). [Note: features a realistic depiction
of an aircrash and strong language.]
2. The Weatherman (2005, Nicolas Cage as David Spritz, disorder: Major Depressive
Disorder). The Weatherman is a minor film by Gore Verbinski, who is now known mostly for
directing Johnny Depp films, which depicts Nic Cage as a Chicago Weatherman who has
separated from his wife and children. He struggles with self-worth and doubts the value of
his career when evaluated against his father’s (award winning writer). While it is perhaps
debatable as to whether David is experiencing Dysthymia or a mild, chronic variant of Major
Depressive Disorder (two disorders which are fairly similar anyway – DSM-5 at one stage
was proposing to collapse these diagnoses), please review the movie with respect to the better
studied disorder – Major Depressive Disorder. [Note: the movie has strong language, sexual
content, and depicts a character experiencing cancer.]
Assignment Guidelines 2
The Task
Please give a brief introductory sentence or two to the essay and then do the below tasks!
Note the word counts here are shown as a guide not as a rule (just keep to the overall
wordcount).
Client Presentation (approx. 200 words; 10 Marks)
One of the skills of becoming a clinical psychologist or mental health worker is being able to
observe and describe client presentation; this is the opening section of a Mental Status Exam
which you will be taught to perform within the postgraduate course. Client presentation can
inform as to the client’s experienced disorder, quality of living, and the veracity of
information gleaned in a clinical interview. Therefore, in one paragraph (approx. 5-6
sentences) briefly describe the main character using the framework you received in the
tutorial classes. As appearance is essentially a snapshot – please describe the client as they
appear in one scene of the movie (for Fearless, describe the character returning home on the
airplane when he first meets the psychologist portrayed in the movie; for The Weatherman,
describe the character when he is waiting in line and asked for his autograph).
Diagnosis/Symptoms (approx. 300 words; 15 Marks). Indicate how the disorder is portrayed
within the movie and evaluate its accuracy.
? You should back up the diagnosis with the relevant symptoms displayed by the
character (in other words, explain why the diagnosis is appropriate). Refer to the
movie to illustrate the symptoms that the character demonstrates, with respect to
DSM-IV-TR criteria for the disorder (see the DSM-IV-TR criteria via the weblink
http://dsm.psychiatryonline.org.ezproxy-m.deakin.edu.au/book.aspx?bookid=22).

? Discuss all the possible symptoms of the disorder; does the client show all the
possible symptoms, or only some of the possible symptoms of the disorder? Are some
symptoms displayed in the movie that do not fit with typical presentations of the
disorder (Note, do not reproduce full criteria sets from the DSM/ICD in the
assignment; but you can paraphrase where appropriate!).
Aetiology/Formulation (approx. 1300 words; 60 Marks). One of the stated goals of diagnostic
classification systems is that knowledge of what disorder a person is experiencing should lead
to additional knowledge from the literature regarding potential causes/prognosis/etc.
As such,
? Perform a critical literature review. Summarise relevant evidence and prominent
theories regarding the origin and maintenance of the type of disorder the character is
experiencing. For example, relevant evidence for biological, psychological and social
factors within the cause/maintenance of the specified disorder. (1000 words; 45
marks)
? What origins are clear from the movie, and what origins would you speculate for the
character’s disorder, given what you know from your above review regarding the
Assignment Guidelines 3
disorder? You should reference aspects from a basic grid framework, but note that
you should write this section in paragraph format (biological/psychological/social
factors; precipitating/predisposing/ perpetuating/protective factors). In particular, the
focus on protective factors is important – clinical psychology can become overly
symptom/deficit focused; however, all clients show strengths that can be drawn on in
overcoming or coping with the negative events/factors in their life. When considering
this issue, consider, what strengths does the character demonstrate in their life and in
dealing with the problem? (300 words; 15 marks)
Stigma (approx. 200 words; 10 marks). A learning objective for this unit is a consideration of
the stigma that is associated with mental illness, along with public knowledge of the mental
disorders (i.e., society’s “mental health literacy”). The media has had a strong influence about
how we understand mental illness and is the main source of information regarding this for
most individuals in society. Accordingly, you should spend some time evaluating the positive
and negative messages the movie gives the public about people with this disorder, and if
depicted – the mental health profession in general.
Finally – Spelling, punctuation, grammar, presentation & APA 6th edition formatting and
referencing is worth 5 marks.
Additional task for HPS788 ONLY (approx. 500 Words; 25 Marks)
Prognosis. As noted above, an assumption of psychiatric classifications systems such as the
DSM, which are rooted in so-called medical models, is that diagnosis will inform prognosis
and treatment.
? Briefly summarise research evidence regarding typical long-term outcome for the
disorder – note outcome both when the disorder is treated and (if information
available) – untreated. Which treatments are evidence-based, and is there any evidence
that one treatment is superior to another.
? What prognosis do you see in the movie (e.g., does the person seem to recover fully?)
A few fine details
Your paper must be typed, double spaced, and in essay form, using APA 6th edition as a
style-guide. Margins should be 2.54 cm (1-inch; this is APA style requirements!) on all sides
and only a 12-point font size should be used. You may use subheadings, but not to excess,
and you still need to have “topic sentences” in your paragraphs (i.e., do not use a new
subheading for each paragraph!) You must use complete sentences and developed paragraphs
(e.g., paragraphs generally should be at least one-half page long). You should include page
numbers; do so using the “Insert>>Page Numbers” mechanism on Microsoft Word (or
equivalent). Include these page numbers only on the upper right-hand corner of each page.
Also, include a coversheet on which you a) give your paper a professional-sounding title (no
more than 12 words; NOTE: Indicate your chosen movie in your title!), b) indicate your
name, c) indicate your institutional affiliation (i.e., Deakin University), d) your word count.
Assignment Guidelines 4
This coversheet information must also be double-spaced; begin about halfway down the page,
and type your name and institutional affiliation on separate lines below the title [Note: this is
for professionalism only – the online submission means that we won’t lose your assignment
and can check word count!]. The space between paragraphs must be double-spaced (like the
rest of the paper). Thus, you should not triple space (or greater) between paragraphs.
Remember, everything is to be double-spaced only. Do NOT provide any additional
information anywhere in the paper (i.e., do NOT indicate what class this is, my name, the
time we meet, or any other information; provide ONLY the information that is asked for).
Finally, begin writing on the top line of the second page (i.e., the page immediately following
the coversheet). All papers MUST be submitted electronically via the drop box.
Assignment Guidelines 5
HPS308 Rubric for assignment 2, 2013 Name:…………………………………………………….. Topic:…………………………………………………… Date:……………………………………Grade………………………………………………….
Criteria and abbreviated instructions Inadequate Pass Credit Distinction High Distinction
ULO1: Integrate general psychological
knowledge, empirical evidence and clinical
belief into a multidimensional integrative
understanding …; and
ULO3: …demonstrate familiarity with the
methods of assessing psychological disorders
and the main systems of classifying disorders.
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Assignment Guidelines 6
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Assignment Guidelines 7
HPS788 Rubric for assignment 2, 2013 Name:…………………………………………………….. Topic:…………………………………………………… Date:……………………………………Grade………………………………………………….
Criteria and abbreviated instructions Inadequate Pass Credit Distinction High Distinction
ULO1: Integrate general psychological
knowledge, empirical evidence and clinical
belief into a multidimensional integrative
understanding …; and
ULO3: …demonstrate familiarity with the
methods of assessing psychological
disorders and the main systems of
classifying disorders.
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