Final Paper Based on Character from one flew over a cuckoos nest…For your Final Paper, you will demonstrate your knowledge of psychopathology and apply your skills to a realistic scenario. Throughout this course, you have developed unique knowledge and skill sets that will allow you to critically analyze depictions of psychopathology in popular media and historical case examples from an informed point of view.Your Final Paper will be a psychological report that may be based on a character from a movie or a historical case study. Review the provided lists of movies and historical case studies that are approved for use in this assignment. You must choose from these lists. You may not use examples from your personal life in the psychological report since doing so would be unethical (see Standards 2.04 and 9.01a in the Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct).As you create this report, you will be taking on the role of a clinician who is conducting an assessment and providing treatment recommendations for a patient (a character from your selected film or historical case study). Please note that a psychological report does not follow the same structure for reports you may have used in other courses. Your report must follow the format below and it must include each of the sections and their headings listed in this order:Identifying InformationWithin this section, you will describe basic information on your patient, including the personâ€™s name, sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, race, occupation, and location of residence (country, state, and region).Chief Complaint/Presenting Problem Within this section, you will include the patientâ€™s primary complaint verbatim to identify the main source of his or her distress and/or concerns. If there is no verbatim complaint, include observable information to create an overall picture of the presenting problem. Typically, this section within a psychological report seeks to address the following question (further elaboration within this section is encouraged where possible):What are the patientâ€™s complaints? (e.g., the patient might complain about â€œfeeling on edgeâ€ or experiencing stress)Symptoms Within this section, you will interpret specific behavioral issues and intrapsychic conflicts as they relate to abnormal behavior, behavior patterns, maladaptive thought processes, and potential unconscious conflicts. Interpret and comment on the patientâ€™s chief complaint and/or presenting problem in the context and language of the symptoms found in the DSM-5. (e.g., the patient who complains about “feeling on edge” might actually be experiencing symptoms related to post-traumatic stress disorder or generalized anxiety disorder)Personal History Within this section, you will analyze your patientâ€™s personal background and history of abnormal behavior(s) that inform your diagnostic impression. You will also gather information about the patientâ€™s cultural background and cultural norms.Typically, this section within a psychological report seeks to answer the following questions (further elaboration within this section is encouraged where possible):Where did the patient grow up?What cultures did the patient experience throughout life?What was the patientâ€™s school life like?What were his or her grades? What is his or her highest level of education?What is the patientâ€™s interpersonal relationship history?What was/is the patientâ€™s romantic relationship history?What was/is the patientâ€™s friendship history?Family History Within this section, you will analyze the patientâ€™s familial relationship(s) and identify any abnormalities that might affect future treatment. You will also integrate information about the patientâ€™s family and cultural background to identify any maladaptive behaviors and relational patterns.Typically, this section within a psychological report seeks to answer the following questions (further elaboration within this section is encouraged where possible):How old were the patientâ€™s parents when the patient was born?Who were the patientâ€™s primary caregivers?What was/is family life like? (Include any information relevant to your diagnostic impression.)Did the family move often?What was/is the patientâ€™s relationship with their siblings (if applicable)?What culture did/does the family come from?What belief systems are attached to that culture?Therapy History Within this section, you will describe the patientâ€™s therapy history to inform your diagnostic impression. Analyze the patientâ€™s therapy history to identify the effectiveness of previous treatment(s). Analyze previous treatment interventions based on information and knowledge of the patientâ€™s cultural background.Typically, this section within a psychological report seeks to answer the following questions (further elaboration within this section is encouraged where possible):Who was the previous therapist (if applicable)?How long did the previous therapy/therapies last?What was the patientâ€™s diagnosis?What interventions did the therapist(s) use?Were those interventions appropriate for the patientâ€™s culture?Was treatment successful?Medical Conditions Within this section, you will analyze the patientâ€™s medical history and comment on any possible medical conditions that could influence your diagnostic impression. Interpret specific behavioral issues as they relate to salient medical conditions. If the person has any medical conditions, indicate that in this section. Integrate information and knowledge about the patientâ€™s cultural background as it affects treatment options for medical conditions.Substance Use Within this section, you will analyze and comment on the patientâ€™s substance use to identify any potential issues that could influence your diagnostic impression. Interpret specific behavioral issues as they relate to substance use. If the person misuses specific substances, indicate that in this section. Integrate information and knowledge about the patientâ€™s cultural background to inform your interpretation of substance misuse in this patientâ€™s case. Typically, this section within a psychological report seeks to answer the following questions (further elaboration within this section is encouraged where possible):Which substances does the patient use? (Include any over-the-counter, herbal, and/or prescription medications.)For how long has the patient used the substance?What is the patientâ€™s quantity and frequency of use?Collateral Within this section, you will interpret specific collateral information as it relates to your patientâ€™s abnormal behavior and behavior patterns. You will also integrate information and knowledge regarding the patientâ€™s culture in your evaluation of the maladaptive behavior as reported by the collateral sources. Typically, this section within a psychological report seeks to answer the following questions (further elaboration within this section is encouraged where possible):What do other people have to say about the patientâ€™s behavior?Are there any commonalities between the collateral sourcesâ€™ reports?Do the collateral sources have any psychological issues that might exacerbate the patientâ€™s problems?Are there any police reports?Are there any personality testing or intelligence testing reports available?Results of Evaluation Within this section, you will analyze the patientâ€™s behavior and mental processes. There are two parts to this section. To begin your analysis, you will write a brief evaluation of each theory of personality development that you learned about in this course and determine whether or not each theoretical orientation can be used to conceptualize the patientâ€™s current situation and treatment goals. Next, use one major theoretical orientation to write an in-depth analysis for your results of evaluation section. Within the context of this theoretical perspective, you will analyze all of the information from the previous sections. Analyze specific behaviors, cognitions, and intrapsychic processes as they relate to your diagnostic impression. Integrate knowledge of the patientâ€™s cultural background and norms within that culture as you prepare your supporting evidence. Typically, this section within a psychological report seeks to answer the following question (further elaboration within this section is encouraged where possible):Based on the information you gathered in the previous sections, what led to the patientâ€™s current state?Diagnostic Impression With Differential Justification Within this section, you will provide your diagnosis for the patient. To demonstrate your understanding of diagnostic procedure and justification, specifically address each symptom that the patient displayed and relate each symptom to a diagnostic criterion in the DSM-5. Analyze the patientâ€™s behaviors and mental processes within your differential justification. Clearly demonstrate that the patient meets criteria to be given a diagnosis. If the patient does not meet criteria for any diagnosis based on your assessment, explain why. Also, explore any alternative diagnoses and explain why these were not chosen.Recommendations Within this section, you will you provide treatment recommendations for the person to help them improve his or her quality of life. These recommendations must be based on the theoretical orientation you used in your Results of Evaluation. Explain why you chose your treatment intervention(s) and include peer-reviewed articles that support your choice(s). If treatment is not necessary, explain why. Pay close attention to the personâ€™s culture since some treatment options may be insensitive to his or her culture or way of living. Writing the Final PaperThe Final Paper:Must follow the report outline provided above with the requisite headings and be formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.Must include a title page with the following: Title of paperStudentâ€™s nameCourse name and numberInstructorâ€™s nameDate submittedMust address the assessment with critical thought.Must use at least five peer-reviewed sources that were published within the last ten years, in addition to the text, a minimum of four must be from the Ashford University Library.