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Review Puzzle 09B
Unit Nine: Mood Disorders
For Mr. Rose's Abnormal Psychology Class
2. Tricyclics are a class of effective __________ medications.
5. Catatonic refers to a major depressive disorder that is dominated by either immobility or excessive __________.
7. Light __________ is exposure to extra amounts of synthetic light and is one of the most effective treatments for SAD.
8. Seasonal __________ disorder is a form of depression that takes place each winter, when melatonin secretions are higher. SAD is less common in areas nearer to the equator.
9. The pineal __________ is the gland in the brain that secretes hormones such as melatonin.
11. Postpartum refers to a form of major depressive disorder that occurs within four weeks of giving __________.
12. Cortisol, also known as the stress __________, is a hormone released by the adrenal gland that has been implicated in unipolar depression.
15. Melancholic refers to a form of major depressive disorder seen in people who are almost totally unaffected by __________ events, are more depressed in the morning, and suffer from appetite loss and excessive guilt.
16. Melatonin is a __________, nicknamed the Dracula hormone, that is secreted by the pineal gland only when it is dark. Some theorists believe heightened melatonin secretions cause us to slow down, to have less energy, and to need to rest more in the wintert
17. MAO inhibitors are a class of effective __________ medications.
18. Circadian __________ are recurrent biological fluctuations that are driven by a kind of "internal clock."
19. Reactive (exogenous) depression is a form of unipolar depression that follows clear-cut __________ events.
20. Norepinephrine is a __________ whose reduced activity in the brain has been strongly implicated in unipolar depression.
1. The __________ theory states that unipolar depression is caused by lower activity of norepinephrine, which reduces neuron firing, a concept that fits the slow-motion picture of depression.
3. Desynchronization is the result of an __________ between the body's circadian rhythms and the rhythms of the environment which results in depression.
4. Serotonin is a __________ whose reduced activity in the brain has, along with Norepinephrine, been strongly implicated in unipolar depression.
6. The __________ theory states that unipolar depression is caused by lower activity of serotonin.
10. Double __________ is the term for when dysthymic disorder leads to a major depressive disorder.
13. Dysthymic disorder is a form of depression characterized by only two or three symptoms of __________ that lasts for at least two years.
14. Endogenous __________ is a form of unipolar depression which unfolds without apparent antecedents and seems to be responding to internal factors.
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