• Bipolar Disorder
    Abstract Bipolar Disorder is a mental illness in which a person's mood alternates between extreme mania and depression. Bipolar disorder is also called manic-depressive illness. In a related disorder called cyclothymic disorder (sometimes called Bipolar III), a person's mood alternates between mild...
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  • Psy/340 Wk4 Genetics Evaluation
    * * * * * * * Bipolar- Team B Crazy or Illness In my previous experiences and conversations with various individuals, the overall interpretation or misconception of bipolar disease is that the person is “”crazy. What do people really consider...
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  • Canmat Guidelines
    Copyright ª Blackwell Munksgaard 2005 Bipolar Disorders 2005: 7(Suppl. 3): 5–69 BIPOLAR DISORDERS Canadian Network for Mood and Anxiety Treatments (CANMAT) guidelines for the management of patients with bipolar disorder: consensus and controversies Yatham LN, Kennedy SH, O’Donovan C, Parikh S, MacQueen...
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  • Bipolar Research Paper
    Bipolar Disorder Julie L. Pettrone Psychology 101-48 Mrs. Pamela Lusk July 22, 2010 Bipolar Disorder 2 As stated by Monica Basco, in The Bipolar Workbook (2006), Bipolar disorder is a psychiatric diagnosis that describes a category of mood disorders defined by the presence of one or more...
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  • Bipolar Disorder
    Bipolar disorder is a relatively common and chronic brain condition that causes patients to experience unusual shifts in a person's mood, energy and ability to function. The symptoms are more severe when compared to the normal ups and downs everyone goes through as they go through episodes of mania and...
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  • Bipolar Disorder
    Summary In the article “Six-year-old Thomas Diagnosed with Pediatric Onset Bipolar Disorder: A Case Study,” Sarah J. DuVal (2005) writes about a child named Thomas with Pediatric Onset Bipolar Disorder and how it influences his life along with his family’s life. DuVal explains Thomas and his symptoms...
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  • Bipolar Disorder in Young People
    BIPOLAR DISORDER IN YOUNG PEOPLE Bipolar Disorder in Young People: Description, Assessment and Evidence-based Treatment Rhonda Lundberg Psychology 101-Introduction to Psychology Dr. Tara Revell July 12, 2012 BIPOLAR DISORDER IN YOUNG PEOPLE Abstract This paper will review a research article...
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  • Bipolar Disorder
    What Is Bipolar Disorder and Who Does It Affect By: Khajuanda Prescott EN 104-8B The nature of this essay is to investigate what bipolar disorder is, how it can be treated, and who does it affects. David Meyers describes bipolar disorder as a mood disorder in which the person alternates between...
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  • Bipolar
    7/25/2006 Being Bi-Polar Although bipolar disorder is an uncommon mental disorder it is a very true problem in some people's lives. I know that myself personally in the past has made fun of people especially girls by telling them that I think that they are bipolar. After doing the research for this...
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  • Biopolar Disorder Research Paper
    Running head: BIOPOLAR DISORDER RESEARCH PAPER Bipolar Disorder Research Paper Latrice Porter University of Phoenix Introduction to Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis CSLN/ 526 GA08MFC10F Richard Skaff April 19, 2009 Introduction to Bipolar Disorder According to the National Institute...
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  • Bi-Polar
    Suicide Some people with bipolar disorder become suicidal. Anyone who is thinking about committing suicide needs immediate attention, preferably from a mental health professional or a physician. Anyone who talks about suicide should be taken seriously. Risk for suicide appears to be higher earlier in...
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  • Impulsivity in Adolescent Bipolar Disease
    Adolescent Bipolar Disease”, impulsivity is seen as a leading feature of bipolar disorder in adults (Gilbert et al., 2011). There have been very few studies done to see if adolescents with bipolar disorder also have an increased impulsivity; therefore, this study was created. The study was facilitated...
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  • Bipolar Disorder
    BIPOLAR DISORDER DEFINITON Bipolar disorder — sometimes called manic-depressive disorder — is associated with mood swings that range from the lows of depression to the highs of mania. When you become depressed, you may feel sad or hopeless and lose interest or pleasure in most activities...
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  • Bipolar Disorder with Manic Depression
    Bipolar Disorder with Manic Depression Case Study 4 Latresa Jackson Abnormal Psychology-SS440 Charitie Fuller December 12, 2007 Bipolar Disorder with Manic Depression What is bipolar disorder; also know as manic-depressive, an illness involving episodes of serious manic and depression with...
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  • Bipolar Disorder
    Bipolar Disorder Travis Tackett English 122 Alicia Levi December 6, 2008 Bipolar Disorder is a psychiatric diagnosis that describes a category of mood disorders defined by the presence of one or more episodes of abnormally elevated mood clinically referred to as mania, or if milder hypomania...
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  • Bipolar Disorder
    Bipolar Disorder Introduction Also known as manic-depressive disorders, bipolar disorder is defined as a psychological state in which a person experiences a mood disorder causing radical alterations in their moods which can vary from manic highs to depressive lows. Elevated levels of either...
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  • Manic Depression
    Also called bipolar disorder, this mental illness involves episodes in which a persons mood alternates between extreme mania and depression. A person may experience pressure and racing thoughts and speech, and often uncontrolled reckless behavior. Two thirds of those who suffer from bipolar illness have...
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  • Evidence Based Assessment Strategies
    Isr J Psychiatry Relat Sci - Vol. 49 - no 1 (2012) Eric A. Youngstrom Et Al. Evidence-Based Assessment Strategies for Pediatric Bipolar Disorder Eric A. Youngstrom, PhD,1 melissa mcKeown Jenkins, mA, 1 Amanda Jensen-Doss, PhD, 2 and Jennifer Kogos Youngstrom, PhD1 1 2 Department of Psychology...
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  • Bipolar Disorer
     Bipolar disorder is a clinical course characterized by the occurrence of one or more manic or mixed episodes. I believe that everyone has encountered or may be related to someone that is or may have bipolar disorder. This disorder affects about 3% to 5% of the US population; family physicians...
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  • View of Bipolar Disorder
    Running head : A LOOK AT BIPOLAR DISORDER A look at Bipolar disorder and its many facets Mia Wolfe Liberty University Abstract Bipolar disorder has been around for hundreds of years and it has been called many names. Until recently there was not much help...
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