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adolescent mood disorders -
Education, intervention and guidance for parents of teenagers with mood
BehaveNet® Clinical Capsule™: DSM-IV & DSM-IV-TR: Mood
Disorder - The essential feature of these mental
disorders also referred to as affective disorders is persistent or episodic
exaggeration of mood state
Drug Treatment for People with Mood Disorders - Discussions of issues in
Early-Onset Mood Disorder - David Brent, M.D., Neal Ryan, M.D., Ronald
Dahl, M.D., and Boris Birmaher, M.D.
Mood Disorders - Criteria for disorders, detailing episode and specified
information. A Silver Lining.
Mood Disorders, National Mental Health Information Center - This fact
sheet is intended only as a starting point for gaining an understanding
about two of the most common mood disorders: depression and bipolar disorder
THE MERCK MANUAL, Mood disorders (affective disorders) - A group of
heterogeneous, typically recurrent illnesses including unipolar (depressive)
and bipolar (manic-depressive) disorders that are characterized by pervasive
mood disturbances, psychomotor dysfunction, and vegetative symptoms.
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