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There is a 1 in __ chance of developing depression10
100%
What is released from the Adrenal Gland?Cortisol
100%
Name the four types of symptoms 2/4Cognitive
66.7%
The two types of depressionUnipolar, Bipolar
66.7%
Seligman (1975) proposed what phenomena?Learned Helplessness
66.7%
Name the four types of symptoms 1/4Emotional
33.3%
Name the four types of symptoms 4/4Physiological
33.3%
What is the concordance rate for bipolar disorder in identical twins?80%
33.3%
What does MAOI stand for?Monoamine Oxidise Inhibitors
33.3%
What does SSRI stand for?Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors
33.3%
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Name the three monoamines involved in depressionNoradrenaline, Dopamine and Serotonin
33.3%
Serotonin metabolite 5-HIAA is ____ in depressed peopleReduced
33.3%
Trycyclic antidepressants inhibit the reuptake of what?Noradrenaline and serotonin
33.3%
Putting a rat in a bath and timing how long before it gives up escape is called the Porsolt
33.3%
what does HPA (system) stand for?Hypothalamic Pituitary Adrenocortical
33.3%
What is released from the hypothalamus?CRF
33.3%
What is released from the pituitary?ACTH
33.3%
Who suggested that neurogenesis is needed for antidepressants to have an effect?Santarelli
33.3%
Name the four types of symptoms 3/4Motivational
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What does CRF stand for?Corticotrphin releasing factor
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