Anxiety Disorders & OCD
Mood Disorders
Schizophrenia & Dissociative Identity Disorder
Substance Use Disorder & Eating Disorders

Name a type of anxiety disorder.

GAD, panic disorder, phobias


Name one mood disorder.

Depression, bipolar, seasonal affective disorder (SAD), postpartum depression


What type of disorder (category in the DSM IV) is schizophrenia?



What is substance use disorder?

A disorder that affects a person’s brain and behavior, leading to the inability to control the use of substances like legal or illegal drugs, alcohol, or medications.


What is one subtype of ADHD?

inattentive, hyperactive-impulsive, combined


What are two symptoms of panic disorder?

panic, anxiety, pounding or racing heart, sweating, trembling or tingling, chest pain, feelings of impending doom, feelings of being out of control”


What are two treatments for major depressive disorder?

medication, therapy, electroconvulsive shock therapy, transcranial magnetic stimulation


Name a symptom of schizophrenia.

hallucinations, emotional disturbances, attentional difficulties, disturbed speech, delusions, disordered thinking


What are two DSM IV criteria for substance use disorder?

Impaired control over substance use, Social impairment, Risky use, Pharmacologic (Tolerance,


What are two symptoms of the inattentive ADHD subtype?

Failing to give close attention to details or making careless mistakes, difficulty sustaining attention, appearing not to listen, struggling to follow through with instructions, difficulty with organization, avoids or dislikes tasks requiring sustained mental effort, losing things, easily distracted, forgetful in daily activities


What are two symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder?

Free-floating anxiety (anxiety without an obvious cause), Restlessness, Feeling wound-up or on edge,
Easily fatigued, Difficulty concentrating, Irritability,
Physical symptoms (including  headaches, muscle aches, stomachaches, or unexplained pains), difficulty controlling feelings of worry, sleep problems


Name 2 symptoms of bipolar disorder.

Emotional extremes, both mania and depression, hallucinations, delusions (in some cases)

When does schizophrenia usually begin? (At what age?)
Early adulthood, from age 17 on.

What are two possible physical effects of anorexia nervosa?

hormone levels, sleep patterns, muscle tissue,
digestion, menstruation, blood pressure, heart muscles


What is one suspected cause of PTSD?



Name 2 common OCD symptoms.

repetitive, intrusive thoughts; compulsive behaviors; repeating rituals; checking doors, locks, appliances; repetitive behaviors; anxiety


True or false: Depression always has an obvious cause



What are two symptoms of dissociative identity disorder?

significant memory loss of specific times, people, and events, out-of-body experiences (such as feeling as though you are watching a movie of yourself),
a sense of detachment from your emotions, emotional numbness, lacking a sense of self-identity


What are two eating disorders?

Anorexia, bulimia, binge-eating disorder


What are two symptoms of the hyperactive-impulsive ADHD subtype?

Fidgeting with hands or feet, squirming in chair, difficulty remaining seated, running about or climbing excessively in children; extreme restlessness in adults, difficulty engaging in activities quietly, acting as if driven by a motor; adults will often feel inside as if they are driven by a motor, talking excessively, blurting out answers before questions have been completed, difficulty waiting or taking turns, interrupting or intruding upon others


What are the three types of phobias?

specific phobia, social anxiety disorder (social phobia), and agoraphobia

Name 5 symptoms of depression.
Depressed mood, sadness, no pleasure, hopelessness, sleep problems, fatigue, lethargy, feeling worthless, feeling guilty, thoughts of suicide, inability to concentrate.

What is dissociative amnesia with fugue? 

a person travels to a different place and begins a new life. They cannot remember their previous identity or life.


What are two symptoms OR health effects of bulimia?

binging and using unhealthy methods to avoid weight gain, eating enormous amounts of food in a single sitting, Health consequences include:
tooth decay, erosion of the esophagus, damage to the intestines, heart problems, seizures, imbalance of body chemicals (such as electrolytes)


What are two symptoms of PTSD?

anxiety, dissociation (a person disconnects from their thoughts, feelings, memories or sense of identity),
hypervigilance (always on guard), nightmares,
reliving the event (flashbacks)