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L5 Abnormal 3 - 8 Somatoform Disorders • Somatization...

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6. Mood Disorders Depressive Disorders Lifetime prevalence for unipolar depression: 21% women, 13% men Symptoms must include either depressed mood or loss of interest in pleasurable activities and 3 or 4 of the following: fatigue, sleep disturbance, appetite change, slowdown of activity, concentration difficulty, self-denunciation, recurrent thoughts of death or suicide. Milder form called dysthymia. Recurrence in about 80% of cases.
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Mood Disorders Bipolar Disorders (Manic-Depressive Disorder DSM-II) Lifetime risk about 1% with no sex differences. Manic phases can be psychotic in nature. Many creative individuals probably had this disorder: Robert Schumann, Virginia Woolf, Ernest Hemmingway.
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7. Anxiety Disorders (Psychoneurosis) Panic Disorder (5% women, 2% men) Agoraphobia Specific Phobia (16% women, 7% men) Social Phobia Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (67% also depressed) Post-traumatic Stress Disorder Generalized Anxiety Disorder
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Unformatted text preview: 8. Somatoform Disorders • Somatization Disorder • Conversion Disorder (hysterical neurosis DSM-III) • Pain Disorder • Hypochondriasis • Body Dysmorphic Disorder (Dysmorphobia) 9. Dissociative Disorders • Dissociative Amnesia (memory loss) • Dissociative Fugue (flight) • Dissociative Identity Disorder (Multiple Personality DSM-III-R) 200 cases prior to 1979, 30,000 by 1999 • Depersonalization Disorder 10. Sexual Dysfunctions Sexual Dissatisfaction • Sexual Desire Disorders • Sexual Arousal Disorders • Orgasmic Disorders • Sexual Pain disorders 10. Sexual Dysfunctions Paraphilias • Exhibitionism (exposing) • Fetishism (objects) • Frotteurism (touching, rubbing) • Pedophilia (children) • Sexual Masochism (receiving pain) • Sexual Sadism (giving pain) • Transvestic Fetishism (cross dressing) • Voyeurism (peeping) • Gender identity disorder...
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