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Emotion 1 - Emotion What is wrong with Marvin A He cannot...

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Emotion
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What is wrong with Marvin? A. He cannot produce emotions. B. He cannot experience emotions. C. He overreacts emotionally. D. He is aware of his emotions, but cannot react.
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Why does Marvin have this problem? A. He had damage to his amygdala. B. There is damage to his hippocampus. C. There is damage to his cerebral cortex. D. There is damage to his endocrine system.
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What part of Johnny’s brain seems to be giving him symptoms? A. his amygdala B. his hippocampus C. his cerebral cortex D. his endocrine system
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What is the hormone that seems to be involved in PTSD? A. Adrenalin B. Cortisol C. Testosterone D. Oxytocin
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What part of Lauren’s brain seems to be giving her symptoms? A.her amygdala B.her hippocampus C.her cerebral cortex D.her endocrine system
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What is the hormone that seems to be involved in depression? A. Adrenalin B. Cortisol C. Testosterone D. Oxytocin
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Mood Disorders Major depression Bipolar disorder SAD Dysthymia
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Major Depression Severe Interferes with concentration, decision making, and sociability Also called clinical depression Very common More common in women than men Rates are going up throughout the world
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