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AS - Level psychology (chapter 5 - psychopathology ) Mind Map on depression, created by Daisy U on 01/06/2016.

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1 DSM-5 categories of depression
1.1 changes in mood
1.1.1 major depressive disorder severe but short term
1.1.2 persistent depressive disorder long term including major depression (dysthymia)
1.1.3 disruptive mood deregulation disorder childhood temper tantrums
1.1.4 premenstrual dysphoric disorder disruption to mood due to period
2 behavioural characteristics
2.1 activity levels
2.1.1 reduced energy levels (lethargic)
2.1.2 withdraw from work, education, social life
2.1.3 psychomotor agitation - can't relax, pace around
2.2 disruption to sleep/ eating
2.2.1 insomnia usually premature waking
2.2.2 hypersomnia increased need for sleep
2.2.3 eating my increase/ decrease loose/ gain weight
2.3 aggression & self harm
2.3.1 irritable
2.3.2 verbally or physically aggressive
2.3.3 physical aggression towards self cutting suicide
3 emotional characteristics
3.1 lowered mood
3.1.1 feeling sad
3.1.2 worthless
3.1.3 empty
3.2 anger
3.2.1 self or others
3.3 lowered self esteem
3.3.1 don't like themselves self loathing hate themselves
4 cognitive characteristics
4.1 process info differently
4.1.1 poor concentration can't think as usually would can't make decisions interfere with work
4.1.2 attending and dwelling on the negative ignore positives glass half empty bias towards unhappy memories
4.1.3 absolutist thinking black and white thinking unfortunate event = absolute disaster
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