The Mood Disorders all involve one or more of four different Mood Episodes: Major Depressive: Manic, _________, and / or Mixed.
A Major Depressive Episode involvesa depressed mood and/ or loss of ___________
1. INTEREST IN USUAL ACTIVITIES
2. TWO WEEKS
Sleep disturbances are common in Mood Disorders, especially _____________ insomnia.
MIDDLE OR TERMINAL
In Mood Disorders, Suicide risk is higher than average with the greatest risk associated with the presence of ______________ symptoms, a previous history of suicide attempts, and current substance use.
In children with Mood Disorders, ____________ complaints are common, while among the elderly, cognitive impairments may resemble those seen in ____________.
A Manic Episode involves an abnormal and persistent, elevated, expansive or ____________ mood for at least ___________ week(s).
2. ONE WEEK
In a Manic Episode, increased _____________ activity, flight of ideas, and grandiosity are common.
GOAL - DIRECTED ACTIVITY
A diagnosis of a Manic Episode requires significant impairment in functioning, the need to be ______________, and/ or the presence of psychotic symptoms.
A _____________ Episode is similar to a Manic Episode except that the latter symptoms are not present.
A _____________ Episode involves rapidly alternating symptoms of both mania and ____________.