Example of a case study report psychology
I am a Chartered Clinical Psychologist. My specialistfield is psychological trauma an area within which I have workedover the past seven years. Full details of my qualifications entitlingme to give expert opinion and evidence are set out at the end ofthis report.(1.2)INSTRUPortable computer Use at client sites Prepared for Freda Smith, general manager by Belinda Gibson, training coordinator March, 1998 All purpose training companyMEMORANDUMTo: Belinda Gibson, Training CoordinatorFrom: Freda Smith, General ManagerSubject: Portable ComputersDate: January 29 2003To make the most of the technologies we discussed the other day to provide a quality service to our customers, it is essential that our training staff be equipped with portable computers which can be used at client sites.Over the next couple of weeks, please investigate the portable computers which would be most appropriate for our staff, and present your findings in the form of a formal management report.
The selected machine needs to be compatible with the Windows software we are currently using. The diagnosis explains her symptoms of persistent and worsening headache over the last four weeks, which have led her to resign from work and rely more on her mother for support and care. Lucy has also experienced symptoms of increased intracranial pressure, such as nausea, vomiting, and mild photophobia. Hence, it is likely that the tumour is a space-occupying lesion, which is exerting the oedema effect and causing the symptoms that Lucy is experiencing.
Taking her age and sex into consideration, the lesion is most likely to be a primary lesion, single and benign in nature. Data collection:Gather information about your participant from as many sources as are available to you. You may even be able to include the results of psychological testing on the participant if available.