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Major depression behavioral symptoms
* social withdrawal
* increased dependency
* blunted affect
* slowed responses
* psychomotor agitation/slowing/retardation
* suicidial thoughts, actions
Major depression physical symptoms
* sleep disturbance (mid-cycle/early morning awakening)
* loss appetite/weight loss
* constipation
* diurnal mood variation
* decreased energy/fatigue
* decreased motivation
* decreased attention/concentration
* loss libido
Psychotic depression
* loss contact w/reality
* mood congruent hallucinations
* mood congruent delusions
* poss catatonia (immobility/extreme excitement)
Varieties of depressive experience
* Major depressive disorder (unipolar)
* Depressive phase of bipolar disorder
* Adjustment disorder w/depressed mood - specific event, burnout
* Dysthymia (living life under a wet blanket)
* grielf/bereavement
* substance induced mood disorder
Phases of loss
Bereavement - the experience of loss (itself broken into protest, disorganization, and reorganization)

Grief - the feeling state

Mourning - the social aspects of bereavement
Bipolar I vs Bipolar II
Bipolar I:
*Usually starts w/manic phase
*Cycles from mania to depression
*May only have manic phases

Bipolar II
Depressive to HYPOmanic only (recurrent depressions w/little up-phases)