The ongoing debate of Nature vs Nurture is one of the oldest philosophical issues. The nature theory argues that all genes, and hereditary factors, influences an individual in terms of their physical appearance to their personality characteristics (Cherry, 2017). Conversely, the nurture theory argues that all environmental variables impact who individuals are, including early childhood experiences, how individuals were raised, social relationships, and surrounding culture (Cherry, 2017). However, people are born neither “good” nor “bad”, but they are a product of their social and psychological traits, influenced by their upbringing and environment. Today, the validity of biological and psychological explanation of criminality is no longer
There are a wide array of mental illness one could have: Eating Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Personality Disorders, Addiction Disorders, and many more. These illnesses can obviously injure a person’s mental/ psychological state as it makes a more person more pessimistic It leads their minds to a more dark and gloomy path, pushing them towards negative thoughts/emotions. When someone experiences a mental illness, there is a usually a noticeable change within their behaviour and mindset. Depending on the person, the impact of a mental illness is visible for the rest to witness. Additionally, there are statistics which further push the existence of mental illnesses. For instance, the CMHA revealed that young with mental disorders was the second most hospital care expenditure in this nation. If not treated immediately, these mental illnesses will damage oneself and the people around
Psychological factors could influence a person’s mental wellbeing and these include learning difficulties and mental health illness such as depression which can cause more than just a low mood it can leave people feeling very sad, empty, hopeless or guilty for weeks, months or even years which could lead to suicide. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) which is an anxiety disorder which causes people to experience obsessive thoughts followed by compulsive behaviours. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) which is triggered by events in a person’s life that involve real or threatened death, severe injury or sexual assault.
It is a very arguable subject on whether or not people are born with good intentions, and therefore taught by others the ‘evil’ side of their personality. Whether it is the absence of ethical conduct in human nature, or just the way one perceives a situation, evil seems to be prominent in our everyday lives. Humans seem to have a moral code that follows them with every decision they make, yet despite the laws of morality and society, people of this world still seem to behave inhumanely because of the act of self-preservation, human interest, and who exactly the authority figure is at the time.
Some crimes are obvious, and can be solved via a simple investigation, perhaps with a chain of custody, or with an item they left behind. But what about the crimes that aren’t? What about the crimes made by careful criminals, the crimes with evidence that can only be found in ways other than the naked eye? These crimes must be solved by a CSI, or Crime Scene Investigator, who is normally part of a Crime Scene Investigation(CSI) unit. However, these are still not completely standardized in a police unit. Some areas, such as Chicago Heights, do not have a CSI unit. How, then, do these areas solve these types of crimes? Most police members have basic CSI training, such as blood detection or cordoning off areas, but they don’t know how to use the machines in a lab such as a CSI.
The question “What makes us who we are?” has perplexed many scholars, scientists, and theorists over the years. This is a question that we still may have not found an answer to. There are theories that people are born “good”, “evil”, and as “blank slates”, but it is hard to prove any of these theories consistently. There have been countless cases of people who have grown up in “good” homes with loving parents, yet their destiny was to inflict destruction on others. On the other hand, there have been just as many cases of people who grew up on the streets without the guidance of a parental figure, but they chose to make a bad situation into a good one by growing up to do something
First and foremost, many people suffer from mental illness and they simply can not “get it together”. Some mental illness conditions are extreme to the point where medication can barely help. These people are constantly falling into a hole filled with hopelessness, anxiety, etc. Some of them are caught by a hand, some fall for so long that they hit the bottom. You can’t expect
People could argue for days and days what causes depression, and everyone’s answer could be different. The loss of someone close to us, being sexually, physically, or mentally abused, exposure to violence, the list can go on and on. Former chair of California State University, Long Beach Department of Professional Studies, Henry O’ Lawrence,
This information will help investigators cluster the symptoms with a particular disease and rule out irrelevant information. The surveillance of the components gather in this step will put a perspective on the abnormal health events that are occurring on the outbreak timeline.
Depression can change anybody's life in many ways or possibly even end it. Depression had been a common cause for suicide for first nation peoples the past decades. A survey in 1997 had found out that 16% of First Nation received major stress compared to 8% of the Canadian population. On the reserve people said that depression interfered with their lives.
Around 77.3% percent of people treated for mental illness had effective results (Kobau and Zack). Minor cases of mental illness tend to recover much more rapidly. Cases of serve mental illness still recover it just takes a long amount of time and more extensive therapy. Whenever going through these treatments the person needs a good support foundation from their family and friends in order to encourage them know that things will get better if they get treatment.
With the proper timely care and treatment, a person can recover and resume normal activities. Many mental illnesses are