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11 Cards in this Set

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Negative mood state, lack of enjoyment in anything & loss of interest in most all activities
Ongoing combination of extreme highs and lows
Diathesis-Stress Model of Depression
The impact of stress is moderated by individual risk factors & the occurrence of depression depends on the interaction between the subjects personal vulnerability & life stress
Double Depression
An instance in which a major depressive episode is superimposed on the subjects previous dysthymic disorder
Dysthymic Disorder (DD)
Form of depressive disorder characterized by at least 1 year of depressed mood for more days than not, accompanied by additional depressive symptoms that don't meet criteria for a major depressive episode - Mild but long-term
Emotion Regulation
Process by which emotional arousal is redirected, controlled, or modified to facilitate adaptive functioning
Exaggerated sense of well being
Internal, Stable, & Global Attributions
Assignment of responsibility for an event where the child believes that he or she is responsible (internal), that the event is likely to occur again & that when it does they'll again be responsible (stable), & the reason they're responsible applies to most other situations (global) - Can be good or bad
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
1 or more major depressive episodes that last for at least 2 weeks & are accompanied by additional symptoms such as sleep disturbances
Abnormally elevated or expansive mood
Mood Disorder
Subject suffers from extreme, persistent, or poorly regulated emotional states