psychopathology ; depression

DSM-5
DFGDF
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all forms of depression and depressive orders are characterised by?
change in mood
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what is major depressive disorder?
severe but often short term depression
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persistent depressive disorder?
long-term / recurring depression
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disruptive mood dysregulation disorder?
childhood temper tnatrums
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premenstrual dysphoric disorder?
idsryption to mood prior to / during menstruation
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BEHAVIOURAL CHARACTERISTICS OF DEPRESSION
DFGD
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- activity levels
dg
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typically what happens to energy levels?
reduced
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this has a knock-on effect and sufferers tend to withdraw from?
work / education . social life
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in extreme cases they caon't even do what?
get out of bed
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in some cases depression can have the opposite effect known as?
psychomotor agitation
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- disruption to sleep / eating behaviour
fghf
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sufferers may experience insomnia particularly?
premature aking
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or increased need ofr sleep known as?
hypersomnia
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similarly what may happen to appetite?
inc/dec
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key point is?
behaviours disrupted by depression
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- aggression and self-harm
dffg
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differers are often irritable and in some cases can become?
verbally/physically aggressive
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this can hav knock-on effect on?
everyday ife
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depression can also lead to physical aggression directed toward?
self
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this includes?
self-harm / suicide attempts
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EMOTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF DEPRESSION
FDFGD
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- lowered mood
dfgdfg
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defining emotional element more pronounced than daily experience of?
lethargy and sat
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patients often describe themselves as?
worthless / empty
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- anger
dfgd
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experience of negative emotion is not limited to
sadness
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they can experience anger directed toward?
self / others
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on occasion such emotions can lead to what behaviour?
aggressive / self-harming
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- lowered self-esteem
fgd
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what is self-esteem?
emotional experience of how much we like ourselves
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sufferers of depression tend to report reduced self-esteem in other words?
like themselves less than usual
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can be quite extreme with some sufferers describing a sense of?
self-loathing
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COGNITIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF DEPRESSION
DFGDF
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people suffering depression tend to process owrld how?
different to normal way others think
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- poor concentration
dfg
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unable to do hat they normally could do?
stick to task
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or find hard to?
make decisions
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poor concentration and poor decision making are likely to interfere with?
individual's wor
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- attending to and dwelling on negative
dfg
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inclined to pay more attention to what about situation?
negative aspects and ignore positives
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also have bias to recalling what kind of events?
unhappy > happy
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- absolutist thinking
dfgd
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when sufferer depressed tends to think in what terms?
all black / all white
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when situation is unfortunate they tend to see it?
ABSOLUTE DISASTER
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all forms of depression and depressive orders are characterised by?

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what is major depressive disorder?

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persistent depressive disorder?

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disruptive mood dysregulation disorder?

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