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DUE 11/5/2017 7:00 pm PSTDiscussion 1: Bipolar DisordersIn your Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (6th Edition)  text, critique the strengths and weaknesses of the Bipolar Disorders  section, including such factors as its structure and organization, ease  of use, and the primary research and methodological considerations that  were used to establish the criteria for these disorders.In particular, assess how you differentiate between Bipolar I  Disorder, Bipolar II Disorder, and a Cyclothymic Disorder, and how these  came to be viewed as different diagnoses in the development of the DSM. This will entail some research outside of required course materials.Discussion 2: Principal DiagnosesBased on the material presented in the Case Study of Bill:Provide the DSM-5 differential diagnoses for Bill,  including a listing of “Other Factors,” and support your decision  process with a brief narrative.Refer to the two ICD-10-CM appendices in your DSM-5 text, pages 839–862 and 877–896 and detail any differences in the diagnosis that you might find if you were to use the ICD-10 to arrive at the diagnosis or diagnoses. (As this is your first look at the comparison between the ICD-10 and the DSM classification systems, you may want to take a little time to understand how these systems relate to each other.)Explain the etiological factors that you think are relevant in this  case along with their reasons, keeping the diathesis-stress model in  mind. You will need to do some research to clearly explain and support  your reasons for suspecting these etiological factors.List the three primary issues that need to be addressed in a treatment plan for Bill.

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