PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS By: Nikki Cortés

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1. Combat

2. schizoid personality disorder

3. Concept

3.1. condition characterized by:

3.1.1. significant distress or disability in one’s life

3.1.2. disturbances reflect some kind of biological, psychological, or developmental dysfunction.

3.1.3. do not reflect expected or culturally approved responses

3.1.4. Abnormal thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

4. Diagnosis and classification

4.1. Disorder described by:

4.1.1. Overview of it

4.1.2. Specific symptoms

4.1.3. Risk factors

4.1.4. Prevalence info(% of population)

5. Anxiety Disorders

5.1. Unreasonable fear caused by the presence or anticipation of an o object or situation

5.2. Phobias

5.2.1. Mexico's top 5 phobias

5.2.1.1. Arachnophobia

5.2.1.2. Social Phobia

5.2.1.3. Aerophobia

5.2.1.4. Agarophobia

5.2.1.5. Claustrophobia

5.3. Social Anxiety Disorder

5.3.1. Extreme and persistent fear/anxiety of social situations

5.4. Panic Disorder

5.4.1. Episodes of anxiety/panic attacks

5.4.1.1. Symptoms

5.4.1.1.1. Extreme sweating

5.4.1.1.2. Trembling

5.4.1.1.3. Hyperventilation

5.4.1.1.4. Hypoventilation

5.4.1.1.5. Nausea

5.4.1.1.6. Dizziness

5.4.1.1.7. Tachycardia

5.5. Generalized Anxiety Disorder

5.5.1. Continuous state of excessive and uncontrollable worry/apprehension

5.5.2. Often worry about

5.5.2.1. Routine

5.5.2.2. Daily things

5.5.3. Small and easy solving problems

5.5.4. Concerns are unjustified

6. Obsessive Compulsive and Related Disorders

6.1. Characterized by

6.1.1. Intrusive thoughts

6.1.2. Unpleasant thoughts

6.1.3. Repetitive behaviors

6.1.4. Cognitions and activities disrupt daily life

6.2. Hoarding Disorder

6.2.1. Cannot get rid of personal possessions even if they are useless

6.3. OCD

6.3.1. Intrusive thoughts

6.3.2. Urges

6.3.3. Unwanted obsessions

6.3.4. Need to engage in repetitive acts/compulsions

6.4. Body Dysmorphic Disorder

6.4.1. Obsession with a physical flaw either nonexistent or barely perceived

6.4.2. Engage in ritualistic behavior and mental acts

6.4.3. Tries to hide the offending body part

6.4.4. Comparisons with others

6.4.5. Cosmetic surgery

7. Trauma & Stressor Related Disorders

7.1. PTSD

7.1.1. Extremely stressful and traumatic events

7.1.1.1. Natural disasters

7.1.1.2. Accidents

8. Mood Disorders

8.1. Symptoms

8.1.1. Massive disruptions in mood

8.1.2. Extreme sadness

8.1.3. Hopelessness

8.1.4. Depression

8.1.5. Irritability

8.1.6. Extreme elation

8.1.7. Mania

8.2. Major Depressive Disorder

8.2.1. Symptoms

8.2.1.1. Depressed mood almost all the time

8.2.1.2. Loss of interest and pleasure in usual activities

8.2.1.3. Overwhelming sadness most of the day

8.2.1.4. No enjoyment in previously gratifying activities

8.2.1.5. Significant weight loss/gain

8.2.1.6. Significant change in appetite

8.2.1.7. Difficulty falling asleep or sleeping too much

8.2.1.8. Psychomotor agitation/retardation

8.2.1.9. Fatigue

8.2.1.10. Feelings of worthlessness or guilt

8.2.1.11. Difficulty concentrating and indecisiveness

8.2.1.12. Suicidal ideas or attempt

8.2.2. Must have at least 5 symptoms for 2 weeks to be diagnosed

8.2.3. Most people recover within a year but chances to get another one increase each time

8.3. Subtypes of depression

8.3.1. Seasonal pattern

8.3.2. Postpartum depression

8.3.3. Persistent Depressive Disorder

8.4. Bipolar Disorder

8.4.1. Mood states vacillate between

8.4.1.1. Depression

8.4.1.2. Mania

8.4.2. Manic Episode

8.4.2.1. Abnormally and persistent elevated or irritable mood

8.4.2.2. Abnormally increased activity and energy lasting at least 1 week

8.4.2.3. Symptoms

8.4.2.3.1. Euphoric Mood

8.4.2.3.2. Excessive talkative

8.4.2.3.3. Spontaneously starting convs. with strangers

8.4.2.3.4. Excessively irritable

8.4.2.3.5. Abruptly switching from one topic to another

8.4.2.3.6. May exhibit grandiosity

8.4.2.3.7. Engage in reckless activities that could have harmful consequences

8.4.3. Depressive Episode

8.4.3.1. Depression symptoms

9. Schizophrenia

9.1. Symptoms

9.1.1. Hallucinations

9.1.1.1. Perceptual experience that occurs in the absence of stimulus

9.1.2. Delusions

9.1.2.1. Beliefs that are contrary to reality

9.1.2.2. Firmly held even if faced with contradictory evidence

9.1.2.3. Paranoid

9.1.2.4. Grandiose

9.1.2.5. Somatic

9.1.3. Disorganized thinking

9.1.3.1. Incoherent thought process

9.1.4. Disorganized or abnormal motor behavior

9.1.4.1. Unusual behaviors and mobility

9.1.4.2. Active

9.1.4.3. Catatonic

9.1.5. Negative symptoms

9.1.5.1. Noticeable decreases in certain feelings, behaviors and drives

9.2. Causes

9.2.1. Genetic vulnerability and environmental stress

9.2.2. Obstetric complications

9.2.3. Marijuana use

10. Dissociative Disorders

10.1. Characterized by:

10.1.1. Split off behaviour

10.1.2. Dissociated

10.1.2.1. Memory and identity disturbed

10.1.3. Psysiokogical rather than physical cause

10.2. Dissociative Amnesia

10.2.1. Unableness to recall relevant personal information

10.2.2. May forget who they are

10.2.3. May adopt another identity

10.2.4. Usually follows an extremely stressful and traumatic situation

10.3. Depersonalization/Derealization Disorder

10.3.1. Depersonalization

10.3.1.1. Belief that person's movements, thoughts and feelings are not their own

10.3.2. Derealization

10.3.2.1. Person feels that the world surrounding them is not real

10.4. Dissociative Identity Disorder

10.4.1. Exhibit of two or more separate personalities/identities. Well distinct one form other

10.4.2. 95% of people with this disorder were sexually abused as children

11. Personality Disorders

11.1. Personality style differs markedly from the expectations of their culture

11.1.1. Begins in adolescence or early adulthood

11.1.2. Causes distress or impairment

11.2. Pervasive & inflexible

11.3. A: odd and eccentric

11.3.1. paranoid personality disorder

11.3.2. schizotypal personality disorder

11.4. B: impulsive, dramatic, highly emotional and erratic

11.4.1. narcissistic personality disorder

11.4.2. antisocial personality disorder

11.4.3. histrionic personality disorder

11.4.4. borderline personality disorder

11.5. C: nervous and fearful

11.5.1. avoidant personality disorder

11.5.2. dependent personality disorder

11.5.3. obsessive-compulsive personality disorder