Complete the bipolar and depressive disorder chart

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Bipolar and Depressive Disorders

Comparison Chart

Directions: Although bipolar and depressive disorders share several key similarities, some aspects are radically different among these disorders. The completion of this chart gives you an opportunity to thoroughly compare and contrast these specific disorders. Complete the table below by following the example provided for Cyclothymic Disorder. Include examples and at least two scholarly references as reference notes below the chart.

Note: “D/O” is an acronym for disorder

Disorder & Features

Depressive Episode?

Manic Episode?

Hypomanic Episode?

Duration of Clinically-Significant Symptoms

Duration of Symptom-Free Intervals

Distinguish From (Differential Diagnosis):

Comorbidity (Often Seen With):

Cyclothymic Disorder

No, but episodes only that do not meet full criteria

No

No, but episodes only that do not meet full criteria

2+ yr. in Adults

1+ yr. in Adolescents

No longer than 2 months

Psychotic D/O

Bipolar D/O

Borderline PD

Substance-Induced D/O

Substance-Related D/O

Sleep D/O

ADHD

MDD

Major Depressive Disorder

Dysthymia Persistent Depressive Disorder

DMDD

Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder

Bipolar I Disorder

Bipolar II Disorder

References:

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Bipolar and Depressive Disorders
Comparison Chart
Directions: Although bipolar and depressive disorders share several key similarities, some aspects are radically different among these
disorders. The completion of this chart gives you an opportunity to thoroughly compare and contrast these specific disorders.
Complete the table below by following the example provided for Cyclothymic Disorder. Include examples and at least two scholarly
references as reference notes below the chart.
Note: “D/O” is an acronym for disorder

Disorder &
Features
Cyclothymic
Disorder

Depressive
Episode?
No, but
episodes only
that do not
meet full
criteria

MDD
Major Depressive
Disorder

Yes, Major
Depressive
Disorder is
characterized
by a severe
depression and
episodes of
depression.
The mood
determines the
tone and the
color of the

Manic
Episode?
No

The manic
episodes that
accompany
this disorder
do not meet
the full
criteria. The
experience
might be
racing
thoughts but
not much.

Duration of Duration of
Distinguish From
Hypomanic Clinically- Symptom-Free
(Differential
Intervals
Episode? Significant
Diagnosis):
Symptoms
No, but
episodes only
that do not
meet full
criteria
The
hypomanic
episodes that
accompany
this disorder
do not meet
the full
criteria. Very
few symptoms
in this case
(Edition &
American
Psychiatric

2+ yr. in
Adults
1+ yr. in
Adolescents

No longer than 2
months

It takes a
period of up
to two weeks
for the
symptoms to
be visible in
excess or
limited
manner.
Acute takes 2
weeks and
not more
than 2 years,

It may take at
least 2 or more
than 2 months
for this to
happen. During
this period there
should be no
symptoms or if
t...

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