Biological Model of Psychological Disorders
View that psychological disorders have a biochemical to physiological base
Psychoanalytic Model of Psychological Disorders
View that psychological disorders result from unconscious internal conflicts
Cognitive-behavioral Model of Psychological Disorders
View that psychological disorders result from learning maladaptive ways of thinking and behaving
A mood disorder characterized by overwhelming feelings of sadness, lack of interest in activities and perhaps excessive guilt or feelings of worthlessness.
A mood disorder characterized by euphoric states, extreme physical activity, excessive talkativeness, distractedness and sometimes grandiosity.
A mood disorder in with periods of mania and depression alternate, sometime with periods of normal mood intervening
Disorders in which anxiety is characteristic feature or the avoidance of anxiety seems to motivate abnormal behavior
An anxiety isorder characterized by excessive inappropriate fears connected with social situations or performances un front of other people
An anxiety disorder characterized by a recurrent panic attacks in which the person suddenly experiences intense fear or terror without any reasonable cause