psychology People often think that if a person is really, really neat and kind of uptight about it – that he or she “is OCD” or has obsessive compulsive disorder. However, that is not true. Using information in the textbook – describe why being very neat and uptight about it is not OCD. Explain what OCD is. Describe how true depression is not the same as having the blues or feeling down now and then. Be detailed about what a major depressive disorder is.

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People often think that if a person is really, really neat and kind of uptight about it – that he or she “is OCD” or has obsessive compulsive disorder. However, that
is not true. Using information in the textbook – describe why being very neat and uptight about it is not OCD. Explain what OCD is.

Describe how true depression is not the same as having the blues or feeling down now and then. Be detailed about what a major depressive disorder is.

A friend tells you that he is experiencing intense emotions throughout the day. He feels low, sad and slow in the morning and by evening he feels wired, happy, and
energetic. He knows you are taking general psychology. He asks you “Am I bipolar?” Using information from the text, what would you say to him?

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