Review each of the three models of abnormality—biological, psychological, and sociocultural—and apply key principles from each model to frame what is happening to Annie and her family.
Analyze how each model explains the factors leading to Annie’s presenting behaviors.

Part II: Assessment Instruments to Aid in Diagnosis
Formulate a culturally sensitive assessment strategy using a combination of at least two measures listed below (and linked in Resources) to assist with the assessment of Annie and her family. Describe how the assessments will be administered and interpreted using scholarly sources to support the strategy.

DSM-5: Assessment Measures:

Parent/Guardian-Rated DSM-5 Level 1​ Cross Cutting Symptom Measure.

​DSM-5: Cultural Formulation:

​Cultural Formulation Interview.

Hamilton and Carr’s “”Systematic Review of Self‐Report Family Assessment Measures.””

Part III: Systemic Perspective for Diagnosis
With an assessment strategy established:

Analyze how the DSM and ICD may augment guidance for working with families from a systemic perspective.
Describe the Z code or codes that apply, noting the limitations and risks of using these codes for Annie and her family.

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Who was the better inventor, Edison or Tesla, and why?