edith psych 5 - DepressionPsychology ManicDepression

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Depression-Psychology Manic Depression      Bipolar= experience at least one major manic episode o      Symptoms in similar areas as depression, but opposite      Elated emotions      Excessive drive and ambition      Grandiose cognitions      Extreme self-worth, unrealistic optimism      Hypermanic behaviors      Neologism- new words, they make them up       clang expression- Rhyming expressions/phrases      Physically “never better” o      They are productive, trouble is cognitions are grandiose o      It is not realistic o      Risky behavior o      Involved in whacky things, that could cause problems o      Bit off more than they can chew o      May not actually finish their ideas      Cyclothymia o      Opposite of dysthymia o      Bipolar but less debilitating o
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