The term mood may refer to the feeling tone of the subject observed during a psychiatric examination or to the emotional state experienced by an individual for a limited period of time. Examples include depression, mania, hypomania, euphoria, dysphoria, elation, anger, irritability, happiness, sadness, and many others. Disturbances of mood are the primary manifestation of Mood Disorders.Mood DisorderThe essential feature of these mental disorders also referred to as affective disorders is persistent or episodic exaggeration of mood state. Mood Episodes: Major Depressive Episode | Hypomanic Episode | Manic Episode | Mixed Episode Depressive Disorders: Dysthymic Disorder | Major Depressive Disorder: Single Episode | Recurrent | Depressive Disorder NOS (311) Bipolar Disorders: Bipolar I Disorder | Bipolar II Disorder | Cyclothymic Disorder Mood Disorder Due to a General Medical Condition with: Depressive Features | Manic Features | Mixed Features Substance-Induced Mood Disorder Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance American Psychiatric Association: Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition. Washington, DC, American Psychiatric Association, 1994Books and Other Media:Follow the hypertext link to purchase items online.Whybrow, MD, Peter C: A Mood Apart - Depression, Mania, and Other Afflictions of the Self: Hardcover 1997
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