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CHAPTER 5: Mood Disorders Clinical Descrip ons and Epidemiology of Mood Disorders  •  2 broad types of mood disorders according to DSM-5: 1) Depressive, 2) Manic (bipolar) Depressive Disorders  •   Cardinal symptoms: profound sadness, and/or inability to experience pleasure  •   Physical symptoms: fa gue, low energy, physical aches/pains *convince individual they are su ering from serious medical condi ons  o Di cultyfallingasleep,blandtaste,changeinappe te,disappearanceinsexualinterest,  limbs feel heavyo  Psychomotorretarda on =thoughtsandmovementsslowo  Psychomotoragita on =inabilitytosits  ll(pace, dget,wringtheirhands)  •   I.  Major Depressive Disorder  (MDD): MDD diagnosisrequires5depressivesymptomstobepresentforatleast 2weeks ,must  include either depressed mood or loss of interest and pleasureo Addi  onalsymptomsmustalsobepresent:changesinsleep,appe te, 
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  • Fall '16
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  • Major depressive disorder, Mood DisordersClinical Descrip, ng sad mood, culty concentra ng, concentra on/decision making, medical condi ons

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