Chapter 7, Dr. Jones
Days only no more than a week
Days to a few weeks
Weeks but no more than 3 months
Weeks but no more than 1 month
All of the above are types of depression
A depressive disorder where there is a complete loss of pleasure in almost all or everything.
A depressive disorder where there is a improvement in symptoms in a short period of time
A deperssive disorder where there high and low periods.
She does not feel like eating as much as she normally does.
She cannot keep her mind focused on her professors’ lectures.
She overreacts to things.
All of the above
A & B Only
Major depressive disorder
Very few manic episodes or mixed episode
During or within a month of substance intoxication or withdrawal
Occuring exclusively during the course of a chronic psychotic disorder
Most of every day and for most days for at least 2 weeks
A patient either has lost interest or pleasure in almost all activities
Inappropriate or excessive guilt
Early morning awakenings
Delusions or hallucinations (usually mood-congruent); feelings of guilt and worthlessness common.
Three of the following: Early morning awakening, depression worse in the morning, marked psychomotor agitation or retardation, loss of appetite or weight, excessive guilt, qualitatively different depressed mood.
A range of psychomotor symptoms from motoric immobility to extensive psychomotor activity, as well as mutism and rigidity.
Mood reactivity—brightens to positive events; two of the four following symptoms: weight gain or increase in appetite, hypersomnia, leaden paralysis, being acutely sensitive to interpersonal rejection.
Major depression to coexist with dysthymia
Moderately depressed on a chronic basis then but undergo increased problems from time to time, during which they also meet criteria for a major depressive episode.
More common in people with dysthymic disorder who never seek treatment
Nearly all individuals with double depression appear to recover from their major depressive episodes
Really hard to pronounce
The inabililty to experience pleasure,
Lack of impulse control
Lack of menstural cycle for 3 or more months
No longer produce positive reinforcement
Their rate of negative reinforcements increases
Both A and B
Neither A or B
African-Americans are more likely to develop a depressive disorder
Rates of Unipolar disorders are related to socioeconomic status, Bipolar rates are not
Artists are more likely to be bipolar
Individuals in China and Japan do not present guilt or suicidal ideation equivalent to American counterparts
Negative thoughts about self
Negative thoughts about environment or experiences
Negative thoughts about the future
All are a part of the Negative Cognitive Triad
More severe mood swings than bipolar disorder
Less severe mood swings than biopolar disorder
Similar moods swings with bipolar disorder
Only manic and normal mood swings
Young adults 18-24
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