PSYCHOLOGY

Sara, a life-long ballet student, reports she feels like she does not want to participate in ballet anymore. She also states she is tired and cannot seem to get enough sleep.

Bipolar disorder

Generalized anxiety disorder

Obsessive-Compulsive disorder

Major depressive disorder

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  1. Diagnosing an illness on the basis of one or two symptoms is dangerous.

    Check your book for a possible disorder.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. If she has a disorder, it is most likely major depressive disorder. However, without more data, it is difficult to tell if she might be in the depressive portion of the bipolar disorder. Look up the disorders in the DSM-IV.

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  3. depressve disorder

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