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  1. Another name for psychopath
  2. A mood disorder characterized by moderate but frequent mood swings that are not severe enough to qualify as bipolar.
  3. Sudden rapidly escalating emotional state characterized by extreme euphoria, excitement, energy, as well as rapid thoughts and speech.
  4. Affective Disorders is another name for these.
  5. A mood disorder in which episodes of depression typically occur during fall and winter.
  6. Inflexible, maladaptive patterns of thoughts, emotions, behavior, and interpersonal functioning that are stable over time and across situations, and that deviate from the expectations of the individual's culture.
  7. A mood disorder characterized by extreme and persistent feelings of despondency, worthlessness, and hopelessness, causing impaired emotional, cognitive, behavioral, and physical functioning.
  8. - A personality disorder characterized by a pervasive distrust and suspiciousness of the motives of others without sufficient basis.
  9. BPD
  10. A mood disorder involving chronic, low-grade feelings of depression that produce subjective discomfort but do not seriously impair the ability to function.
  11. A mood disorder involving periods of incapacitating depression alternating with periods of extreme euphoria and excitement; formerly called manic depression

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