PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDER SUMMARY:Question #3On your own, watch the movie â??A Beautiful Mindâ?? writ

PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDER SUMMARY:Assignment #3On your own, watch the movie ‘A Beautiful Mind’ write a minimum of five full pages of text including a summary about the symptoms of mental illness(es) that were observed, what the psychological diagnosis means, ways that his illness impacted his family, and how does this shape your view on mental illnesses (specifically Schizophrenia). Please include a cover sheet and a reference sheet- this is not included in your page count. The paper should have a minimum of three scientific references. Rubric for Assignment #3543210CONTENT1. All topics were discussed in clear detail2. Assertions supported correctly3. Ideas were interrelated coherently and logically4. Author creatively enhances the topicORGANIZATION5. An introduction previews main points of reflection6. Body of paper develops and elaborates main ideas7. A conclusion summarizes main pointsWRITING MECHANICS and STYLE8. Paper free of mechanical errors (e.g., misspellings, typos, etc.)9. Paper grammatically sound (proper sentence structure)10. Citations and references in proper APA stylePoints to be awarded:Behaviors demonstrated:5paper contains no errors in this area4paper contains limited errors in this area; however, the overall presentation of the material is readable and appropriate3paper contains limited errors in this area; however, the overall presentation of the material is difficult to read2paper contains a number of errors in this area; however, the overall presentation is acceptable1paper contains a number of errors in this area, and the overall presentation is difficult to read0paper contains numerous errors in this area, which detracts from the overall presentationAdditional Criteria for Grading Your Paper1. Accuracy. Are your facts or ideas correct?2. Clarity. Are your answers clear and easy to follow? It helps to read your answer aloud to yourself. Using this method, you can catch incomplete sentences or lapses in your thought.3. Depth. Are the issues and implications thought out and explored?4. Originality. Are your own views present and well-articulated? Use your own words. Do not copy material directly from your text or other sources. If you want to use the author’s exact words, put them in quotation marks and cite the page number from your text or other source material. But don’t forget to express your own opinion or interpretation.5. Supporting Evidence. Support your ideas with empirical evidence. This is a crucial part of any well-written research essay. You may support your answer with statistical information, case studies, or research you encounter from the text, readings, or other references. You may also use your personal experience as supporting evidence when appropriate.6. References. Did you use appropriate references to support the main points of your paper? You may look in the textbook and find references listed in the bibliography that might support your writing. Be sure you have these references—the complete articles—on hand if you use them. Make sure your references relate to the point you are making, or support your inferences.7. Form, composition, spelling, etc. Try to make your paper neat and error free. It helps to run your spell checker before submitting your work, or have a colleague or friend read over your paper.8. APA Style. We will follow the formatting rules of the American Psychological Association. The UMUC Guide to Writing and Research will provide you with some basic APA guidelines, and you can access this information by visiting UMUC’s library web page.