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Created Date 11.05.21
Last Updated 11.08.21
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  • 5+ symptoms depressed mood, lethargy, et cet of lasting 2+ weeks
  • alternation between the lows of depression and the euphoric, hyperactive state of mania
  • 2+: delusions, hallucinations, disorganized speech and behavior, negative symptoms for 1+ month
  • disorder associated with dopamine hypothesis and enlarged ventricles
  • unable to recall important personal information, usually following an extremely stressful or traumat
  • recurring episodes of unreality or detachment from oneself and/or the world
  • exhibit two or more separate personalities or identities, each well-defined and distinct from one an
  • constant pattern of inattention and/or hyperactive and impulsive behavior that interferes with norma
  • 3 areas of deficits: social interaction, communication, and repetitive patterns of behaviors
  • personality style that is odd or eccentric. (e.g., Paranoid, schizoid, and schizotypal personality)
  • personality style are impulsive, overly dramatic, highly emotional, and erratic
  • personality styles of nervous / fearful (e.g., avoidance, dependent personality disorder)
  • instability in interpersonal relationships, self-image, and mood; intense and unstable
  • shows no regard at all for other people’s rights or feelings; must be 18 or older
  • diathesis model suggests cognitive vulnerability, hopelessness, or rumination
  • repeating, intrusive thoughts often followed by repetitive behaviors
  • preoccupied with a perceived flaw in physical appearance that is either nonexistent or barely notice
  • cannot bear to part with personal possessions, regardless of how valueless or useless these possessi
  • intense fear and active avoidance of a specific object or area
  • anxiety and active avoidance of social situations
  • one+ unexpected panic attack + 1+ month of persistent concern about it
  • diffuse worrying and apprehension characteristic of this disorder for 6+ months
  • hyperactive orbitofrontal cortex (learning and decision making)
  • must be exposed / witness / experience details of a traumatic experience Symptoms 1+ month
  • manual used by psychologists to identify disorders and suggest treatments