Psychological Problems Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: stigma: situations, people or characteristics that are disapproved of and seen as shameful by much of society, isolation: being or feeling alone, society: a group of people living together in an area or country with common values, laws and customs, bipolar: _ depression - a mood disorder that causes an individual's mood, energy and activity levels to change from one extreme to another, unipolar: _ depression - a mood disorder that causes an individual to feel constantly sad to lose interest and enjoyment, attributions: the ways people explain situation and behaviours, negative: _ schema is a biased cognitive model, holistic: a view that the parts of something are all connected and understandable, reductionist: understanding complex things like human behaviour by simplifying it to its most fundamental and basic parts, wiles: researcher who studied the use of cbt as a treatment for depression, addiction: repeated use of a substance resulting in an individual becoming focused on it, dependence: repeated use of a substance results in the brain and body only functioning normally when present, peer: someone who is from the same social group or age, hereditary: being transferred from parent to child through their genes, kaij: researcher who studied hereditary alcohol addiction