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|1. The absence of joy and interest in activities that were previously enjoyable is called ____.|
|2. ____ is one of the most common symptoms of depression in children, occurring in about 80% of clinic-referred youngsters with depression.|
|3. The earlier and mistaken belief that children could not suffer from depression was rooted in ____.|
|4. The earlier concept of “masked” depression was that ____.|
|5. Children who experience depression ____.|
|6. The increase in depression in young people has been attributed, at least in part, to:|
|7. Anaclitic depression was the term used by Renee Spitz in the 1940s to describe the pattern of behavior he saw in ____.|
|8. Young people suffering from severe depression often exhibit symptoms on a spectrum that include ____ in levels of severity.|
|9. A ____ refers to a group of symptoms that occur together more often than by chance.|
|10. The lifetime prevalence rate of depression in adolescents is as high as ____.|
|11. Which of the following occurs more frequently in younger than older individuals?|
|12. Children with major depressive disorder are at greater risk than adults for developing ____.|
|13. Prevalence estimates for major depressive disorder in all children ages 4 to 18 range from ____.|
|14. The increase in depression from preschool to elementary school is not likely to be a reflection of ____.|
|15. The increase in depression from childhood to adolescence appears to be largely a result of ____.|
|16. The most frequent co-occurring disorder(s) in clinic-referred youngsters with major depressive disorder is/are ____.|
|17. Which of the following is least likely to co-occur with major depressive disorder in young people?|
|18. Major depressive disorder in children is more likely to occur after the onset of all other psychiatric disorders, except for ____.|
|19. Prospective studies of children and adolescents have found that the age of onset for the first depressive episode is usually ____ years.|
|20. Depression in children is characterized by ____.|
|21. A history of depression during the school years increases the risk for later ____.|
|22. Youngsters who have an onset of depression prior to age 15 and a recurrent episode prior to age 20 are likely to ____.|
|23. Which of the following is true regarding gender differences in the prevalence of depression among males and females?|
|24. The increased risk for depression among adolescent girls compared to boys has been attributed to ____.|
|25. Adolescent girls may be at higher risk for depression if they have a history of ____.|
|26. A recent study found that in transition from adolescence to young adulthood depressive symptoms were highest for which ethnic/racial groups?|
|27. Successful treatment rates of dysthymic disorder are ____.|
|28. The most prevalent co-occurring disorder/s with dysthymic disorder is/are ____.|
|29. Someone who focuses narrowly on negative events for long periods of time has a:|
|30. The symptom most specifically related to depression in adolescents is ____.|
|31. Which symptom interferes with normal youth development of interpersonal relationships?|
|32. Which of the following statements about suicide is true?|
|33. The most common suicide method/s in suicide attempts is/are ____.|
|34. The fact that depression occurs in many youngsters who do not experience loss or rejection, and does not occur in many children who do, is support against which theory of depression?|
|35. The ____ theory of depression focuses on parental separation and disruption of a bond as predisposing factors for depression.|
|36. Which theory of depression claims that depression is related to a lack of response-contingent positive reinforcement?|
|37. Depression prone individuals tend to make ______ attributions for the causes of negative events.|
|38. ____ are the negative perceptual and attributional styles and beliefs associated with depressive symptoms.|
|39. Information-processing biases displayed by depressed individuals ____.|
|40. The “cognitive triad” refers to ____.|
|41. ____ view youngsters with depression as having difficulty organizing their behavior in relation to long-term goals.|
|42. The single best predictor of a child’s risk for Major Depressive Disorder is ____.|
|43. Children of depressed parents have a higher rate of ____.|
|44. The diathesis-stress model of depression explains the onset of the disorder as ____.|
|45. What is not a typical characteristic of families of children with depression?|
|46. In comparison to nondepressed children, those with depression experience ____ in the year preceding their depression.|
|47. The most successful treatment/s for major depressive disorder is/are ____.|
|48. The most efficacious preventative intervention for children at risk for depression is ____.|
|49. The only SSRI that is currently FDA approved for the treatment of depression in children is ____.|
|50. Due to recent findings of possible increased risk of suicide and self-harm of young people using SSRIs to treat depression, the FDA has mandated ____.|
|51. Which of the following regarding bipolar disorder in young people is false?|
|52. Regarding bipolar disorder, boys display ____.|
|53. Children (and adults) who experience a clinical course of one or more major depressive episodes accompanied by at least one hypomanic episode are diagnosed with ____.|
|54. Which diagnosis is a child least likely to receive?|
|55. Which statement regarding the prevalence of bipolar disorder is false?|
|56. Which disorder is least likely to co-occur with bipolar disorder in young people?|
|57. Bipolar disorder appears to be the result of ____.|
|58. Brain imaging studies in adolescents with bipolar disorder point to abnormalities in parts of the brain that ____.|
|59. In general, ____ is the first choice in the treatment of bipolar disorder.|
|60. Dr. Smith prescribes Sally a certain medication for the treatment of bipolar disorder; it causes weight gain. Which treatment is Sally taking?|
|61. Why do mood disorders in children frequently go undetected?|
|62. How do the symptomatic presentations of depression in preschoolers, school-aged children, preteens, and teens differ? How are they the same?|
|63. Distinguish between depression as a symptom, syndrome, and disorder.|
|64. What reasons have been put forth for the increase in depression from the preschool to elementary school years, and from childhood to adolescence?|
|65. Distinguish between major depressive disorder and dysthymic disorder.|
|66. What role do cognitive deficits and cognitive distortions play in depression?|
|67. How is self-esteem related to depression in children?|
|68. What is the role of the family in the development and maintenance of depression in young people?|
|69. Explain some of the concerns of treating young people with depression with medications.|
|70. Give three areas in which depressed individuals show cognitive problems, according to Aaron Beck.|
|71. What are some of the characteristics of a family with a depressed child? Of a family with a depressed parent?|
|72. What approach is used in “The Action” for treating children with depression and their families? Describe the “The Action” program.|
|73. Distinguish between manic, mixed, and hypomanic episodes.|
|74. What are some of the concerns or difficulties in diagnosing a child with bipolar disorder?|
|75. What are some of the concerns with medications such as lithium in treating a child who has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder?|