mood disorder

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mood disorder

[′müd dis‚ȯrd·ər]
(psychology)
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After controlling for age, sex, hypertension, diabetes, and obstructive sleep apnea, sleep quality and daytime sleepiness were significantly associated with mood disturbance and quality of life impairment.
Next, using data aggregated from both groups, the bivariate relationship between change in self-regulation for controlled eating and baseline self-regulation score was assessed, after which scores on mood (mean of each participant's Total Mood Disturbance score) and self-efficacy for controlled eating (mean of Weight Efficacy Lifestyle Questionnaire score) were evaluated for their moderation of that relationship.
The variables of interest included age, gender, socioeconomic status (SES), reading score, mood disturbance score, medical problems composite, [CD4.
Sub scores for Tension, Depression, Anger, Fatigue, and Confusion are summed and then the subscore for Vigor-Activity is subtracted, resulting in either a negative score for mood stable participants or a positive score for those with mood disturbance.
There was no significant difference in self-reported POMS scores between treatment and orientation groups in Total Mood Disturbance or its subscales.
of Pittsburgh Medical Center) covers common headache comorbidities, including cardiovascular disease, stroke, epilepsy, fibromyalgia, and mood disturbance, as well as complementary and alternative therapy, and headaches in children and adolescents, pregnant women, and the elderly.
Cumulatively, these categories are called "total mood disturbance," - a decrease in total mood disturbance being a positive change in mood.
The results indicate that jockeys who continually undergo periods of rapid weight loss, to ride at a light weight, may experience significant mood disturbance and become more vulnerable to eating disorders," said Karageorghis.
Sometimes it can be quite difficult to diagnose because in between the swings of mood there is no mood disturbance and behaviour is perfectly normal.
The "changing hormonal milieu" of menopause is strongly associated with new-onset major depression as well as depressive symptoms in women with no history of mood disturbance, reported Ellen W.
1 percent reduction in Total Mood Disturbance correlating with a six-session program of facilitated musical participation and mind-body wellness exercises for 75 students.
These inventories were employed to determine pre-competition levels of anxiety, self-confidence and mood disturbance and their relationship to successful or unsuccessful tennis match outcome.