12. The lifetime risk for dysthymia is about1%.9%.3%.16%.13. Jane has just learned of her partner's long-standing infidelity, and feels humiliated and defeated. Because of this experience and the emotions she is facing, what disorder is Jane most likely to develop?14. Jacqueline was diagnosed with bipolar disorder several years ago. She has just met an exciting man and is beginning a new romantic relationship. What is Jacqueline likely to experience next?
15. After losing an important match, Belinda attributes the loss to herself and assumes that her failure will persist into the future. What pattern is Belinda exhibiting?16. Writing in a journal in order to contemplate the cause of a depressed mood is an example of the _____ style.distracting attributionalruminative external 17. The dexamethasone suppression test has been used extensively to study _______ in patients with mood disorders.18. What brain structures show decreased activity in patients with depression?and fatigue.MAOIs can be as effective as tricyclics, but are expensive and take long periods of time tobecome effective.
MAOIs can cause high blood pressure and early studies found that they are not as effective as tricyclics.MAOIs can cause other psychological effects, including high activity level or mania.20. What are the disadvantages of lithium in the treatment of mood disorders?Many patients are likely to develop diabetes or other chronic disorders. Many patients do not improve and there are many negative side effects.Many patients experience low blood pressure and severe weight loss.It exacerbates symptoms in many patients, causing higher "highs" and lower "lows."