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Abnormal Psychology: An Integrative Approach, 4th Edition, David H. BarlowChapter 7: Mood Disorders and SuicideChapter 7Mood Disorders and Suicide
Abnormal Psychology: An Integrative Approach, 4th Edition, David H. BarlowChapter 7: Mood Disorders and SuicideAn Overview of Mood DisordersMood DisordersGross deviations in moodMajor depressive episodesManic and hypomanic episodesTypes of DSM-IV-TR Depressive DisordersMajor depressive disorderDysthymic disorderDouble depressionTypes of DSM-IV-TR Bipolar DisordersBipolar I disorderBipolar II disorderCyclothymic disorder
Abnormal Psychology: An Integrative Approach, 4th Edition, David H. BarlowChapter 7: Mood Disorders and SuicideMajor Depression:An OverviewMajor Depressive Episode:Overview and DefiningFeaturesExtremely depressed mood – Lasting at least 2weeksCognitive symptoms (e.g., feeling worthless orindecisive)Disturbed physical functioningAnhedonia – Loss of pleasure/interest in usualactivitiesMajor Depressive DisorderSingle episode – Highly unusualRecurrent episodes – More common
Abnormal Psychology: An Integrative Approach, 4th Edition, David H. BarlowChapter 7: Mood Disorders and SuicideDysthymia:An OverviewOverview and Defining FeaturesMilder symptoms of depression than majordepressionPersists for at least 2 yearsCan persist unchanged over long periods –>20yearsFacts and StatisticsLate onset – Typically in the early 20sEarly onset – Before age 21Greater chronicity, poorer prognosis
Abnormal Psychology: An Integrative Approach, 4th Edition, David H. BarlowChapter 7: Mood Disorders and SuicideOverview and Defining FeaturesMajor depressive episodes and dysthymic disorderDysthymic disorder often develops firstFacts and StatisticsAssociated with severe psychopathologyAssociated with a problematic future courseHigh recurrence rates when dysthymia is leftuntreatedDouble Depression:An Overview
Abnormal Psychology: An Integrative Approach, 4th Edition, David H. BarlowChapter 7: Mood Disorders and SuicideBipolar I Disorder:An OverviewOverview and Defining FeaturesAlternating full major depressive and manicepisodesFacts and StatisticsAverage age on onset is 18 yearsCan begin in childhoodTends to be chronicSuicide is a common consequence
Abnormal Psychology: An Integrative Approach, 4th Edition, David H. BarlowChapter 7: Mood Disorders and SuicideBipolar II Disorder:An OverviewOverview and Defining FeaturesAlternating major depressive and hypomanicepisodesFacts and StatisticsAverage age of onset is 22 yearsCan begin in childhood10 to 13% of cases progress to full Bipolar IdisorderTends to be chronic
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