51.A manic person feels powerful and is full of plans.
52. People who are depressed tend to have high levels of cortisol.
53.Biological research concerning the development of depressive disorders suggests that high cortisol levels in chronically depressed people could affect the hippocampus and amygdala.
54.Biological research concerning the development of depressive disorders suggests that part of the problem of depression is the underproduction of cortisol.
55. Studies of clinical depression show that the strongest predictors of suicide and attempted suicide are repeated experiences of sexual abuse and violence in childhood and adolescence.
56.Violence does not significantly contribute to depression.
57.The biological theory of depression emphasizes problems in attachments with parents.
58.Depressive episodes are frequently set off by problems with close relationships, such as a history of insecure attachments and a series of separations and losses.
59.A study mentioned in the textbook found that when depressed people are put into a sad mood and given a choice between looking at sad faces or happy faces, depressed people choose the happy faces.
60.Depressed people tend to believe that their unhappy situation is permanent.