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19 Cards in this Set

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poor emotional and impulse control, repeated conlficts, disobey rules
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
More harmful and antisocial behaviors than ODD
Conduct Disorder
3 different forms. Attention problems, hyperactivity, combined
intense fear of gaining weight and refusal to maintain normal body weight
Anorexia Nervosa
recurrent episodes of binge eating followed by purging
Bulimia Nervosa
very poor social relations, poor language skills, repetitive patterns of behavior
extreme unhappiness, lethargy, related symptoms
individual experiences wide mood swings. severe depression to wild elation
Bipolar disorder
Depressed mood but not full blown depression
intense, irrational fears of objects or events
periodic, unexpected attacks of anxiety
Panic disorder
recurring, disturbing thoughts that can only be prevented by engaging in specific behaviors
Obessive Compulsive Disorder
persistently re-experiences a traumatic event through thoughts or dreams and feels the situation is occuring again.
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
profound amnesia due to active motication to forget specific events
Dissociative Amnesia
person seems to possess two or more distinct identitites and can control these identitites at different tiemes
Dissociative Identity Disorder (mulitple personality)
involves a peroccupation with fears of disease or illness
person pretends to have medical problems to get attention from medical practitioners
Munchausen's Syndrome
person experiences actual impairment for which there is no underlying medical cause
conversion disorder
hallucinations, delusions, disturbances in speech, atypical emotional responses