Category, Disorders within the category, Behavioral criteria, Possible Causes & Prevelance.
Anxiety Disorders; Trauma and stressor related disorders; Bipolar and related disorders; Depressive disorders;
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Complete the following table.
|Category||Disorders within the category||Behavioral criteria for the category||Possible causes||Prevalence|
|Anxiety disorders||Specific PhobiaSocial Anxiety DisorderPanic DisorderAgoraphobiaGeneralized Anxiety Disorder||Irrational fears or anxieties of disabling intensityNauseaShortness of BreathHeart PalpitationsMuscle Tension||Biological casual factorsGenetic contributionsEnvironmental factorsBrain chemistrySpecific TraumaStress||Men: 23.4%Women: 42.8%|
|Trauma- and stressor-related disorders||PTSDAcute Stress DisorderReactive Attachment DisorderAdjustmentDisinhibited Social Engagement Disorder||AngerAggressionDysphoriaDissociation||Genetic mental health riskAnxietyDepressionLife experiencesSevere traumaThe brain’s regulation of chemicals and hormones in response to stress||6.8% of the general population|
|Bipolar and related disorders||Bipolar I DisorderBipolar II DisorderRapid-cycling||Manic episodes-Periods of abnormal and persistently elevated expansive or irritable moods that last one week or moreHypomanic episodes- Periods of abnormal and persistently elevated expansive or irritable moods that last four consecutive days||Biological differences-physical changes in the brainNeurotransmitters-imbalance in naturally occurring brain chemicalsInherited traits||2.6% of the adult population; where 82.9% cases are severe|
|Depressive disorders||Loss and GrievingPostpartum DepressionMajor Depressive DisorderDysthmic DisorderPsychotic Depression||SadnessDiscouragementHopelessnessLoss of AppetitePessimism||GeneticsIllnessAbuseLoss of job or loved oneDivorce||Women: 20-26%Men: 8-12%|
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