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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style Psychological disorders Part iI November 4th, 2010 Todays topics  Mood Disorders  Schizophrenia Click to edit Master subtitle style Module 51: mood disorders Mood disorders  Major Depressive Disorder  Bipolar Disorder What is a mood disorder?  Characterized by emotional extremes  Two forms: Major Depressive Bipolar Major depressive disorder  Occurs when at least five signs of depression last two or more weeks, not caused by drugs or medical condition Lethargy Worthlessness Loss of interest depression  Normally, people are downer in the winter than summer  Common cold of psychological disorders  Depression is maladaptive, ruptures daily functioning mania  Hyperactive  Wildly optimistic state  Euphoric  Overtalkative  Little need for sleep  Fewer sexual inhibitions  Racing thoughts Bipolar disorder  Person alternates between hopelessness/lethargy of depression and...
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