PSY 350 - Week 5 - Assignment - Final Project

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DepressionAlaina Davis PSY 350: Physiological PsychologyAshford UniversityDepressionIntroduction There are many individuals in the world that are depressed for many different reasons; no individual is immune from this disorder. We all can have a time in our lives where we suffer from some form of depression. For example: many individuals can become depressed as a way of reacting to the loss of a loved one, a job, life's struggles, or a low self-esteem. Depression affects the individual as well as everyone around them. When depression occurs, many individuals experience feelings of intense sadness, including feeling helpless, hopeless, and worthless. These symptoms may last for days to weeks and may keep an individual from being able to function normally. There are some famous people that had bipolar-depression disorders such as; Edgar Allen Poe, Jimi Hendrix, and Theodore Roosevelt. Some of the most famous people who have helped shape our world are Sigmund Freud, SirIsaacNewton, and George Washington faced Unipolar Depression Disorder (Krishnan, 2008). Bipolar and Unipolar are both depression disorders however, there is a slight difference. Bipolar is different from Unipolar in that there are moments of mania. This paper will explore the differences, the causes, and the treatments of both Bipolar Depressive Disorder (BDD), and Unipolar Depressive Disorder- Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)(Krishnan, 2008). DiscussionIndividuals with depression cann

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