explain two alternative frameworks for understanding mental distress
Biological and medical frameworks (sometimes referred to as the disease model) view psychological problems as resulting, in the main, from physical causes such as brain defects, [ hereditary factors or as the results of accidents or injury.
Behavioural frameworks are closely aligned to learning theories and have long been associated with early exponents of conditioning theories. Symptoms of
mental distress, considered to be learned habits, arise from the interaction between external stressors and the individual's personality.
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