NRNP 6635 Mid Term 2021 Answers

NRNP 6635 Mid Term 2021 Answers

WALDEN UNIVERSITY NRNP 6635 MID TERM 2021

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Select the serum assessment that is required when prescribing drugs to treat psychiatric disorders in psychosomatic patients.

 

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Selected Answer:

A.

 

Potassium

 

 

 

Select the theorist who developed the eight stages of psychosocial life cycle.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

C.

 

Erikson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Select two causes of dissociative amnesia.

 

 

 

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A.

 

Sexual abuse

 

D.

 

Partner betrayal

 

 

 

Select the patient evaluation scale to be used before and during prescribing antipsychotic drugs.

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

MMS E

 

 

 

Select the two comorbid disorders with which Pica occurs most commonly.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answers:

C.

 

Autism

 

D.

 

Intellectual disability

 

 

 

Select the prognosis range of untreated PTSD patients.

 

 

 

Answer:

10% recover, 20% mild symptoms, 30% moderate symptoms, 40% no change or worse

 

 

 

Select the memory category retained in transient global amnesia that is absent in dissociative amnesia.

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

B.

 

Sequential events

 

 

 

The following is NOT an endocrine change noted with anorexia nervosa:

 

 

 

 

Selected            A. NRNP 6635 Mid Term 2021 Answers

 

 

Increased

Glucose

 

Select the two most important elements of the psychiatric interview to establish a

 

mental illness diagnosis.

 

 

Selected Answers:

A.

 

Psychiatric history

 

C.

 

Mental status examination

 

 

 

Select the greatest impediment to treating anorexia nervosa patients.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

D.

 

Noncompliance with therapy

 

 

 

Select the sleep disorder in which cataplexy is a common symptom.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

D.

 

Narcolep sy

 

 

 

 

from a Primary Care Provider.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

D.

 

Body dysmorphia

 

 

 

Select the rating scale used to assess obsessive-compulsive disorder.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

C.

 

YBOC S

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selected C.

 

Answer:

 

4

 

Select the mood disorder that is worsened by chronic exposure to observing violence in television, movies, and video games.

 

 

 

Selected Answer: NRNP 6635 Mid Term 2021 Answers

A.

 

Bipola r

 

 

 

Select a provider’s most important knowledge area essential to a successful mental health interview of a child.

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

Normal development

 

 

 

Select the minimum treatment time to assess the effectiveness of antidepressant drug therapy.

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

1-2

 

 

 

 

What is one main difference between acute stress disorder and PTSD?

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

PTSD diagnosis require symptoms to last at least for one month.

 

 

 

Factors that indicate a good prognosis for PTSD disorders include all the following EXCEPT:

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

B.

 

short duration of symptoms

 

 

 

 

disorder or hypochondriasis.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer: NRNP 6635 Mid Term 2021 Answers

A.

 

Angina pectoris

 

 

 

What is the most IMMEDIATE consideration in assessing depression in adolescents?

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

B.

 

Safet y

 

 

 

Select the neurotransmitter that is most involved in the pathophysiology of schizophrenia.

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

B.

 

Dopami ne

 

 

 

Select the most important component of the patient-provider rapport.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

Empat

 

 

 

 

Select the most effective treatment for social anxiety disorder in children.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer: NRNP 6635 Mid Term 2021 Answers

B.

 

Cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) and SSRI antidepressants

 

 

 

All the following are key psychiatric findings when assessing speech and language in children EXCEPT:

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

Normal articulation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

Intense horror

 

 

 

All the following are classes of coping mechanisms in the Model of Mental Health as Resilience where humans overcome stressful situations EXCEPT:

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

B.

 

Generativity versus Stagnation

 

 

 

Anatomical and functional neuroimaging studies have associated a decreased activation in what part of the brain with obsessive-compulsive behaviors?

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

B.

 

Substantia nigra

 

 

 

Select the two complications in diagnosing patients with anorexia nervosa.

 

 

 

Selected Answers:

Denial of symptoms

 

 

n                            medical cause

 

s i s t

 

Select the anxiety disorder that emerges in ages 9 to 18 months.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

Separati on

 

 

 

Select the two most common peripheral symptoms of anxiety.

 

 

 

Selected Answers:

B.

 

Dizzine ss

D.

 

 

Tremors

 

Select the hormone or neurotransmitter that is involved in regulating the 24-hour circadian sleep-wake cycle.

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

D.

 

Melatoni n

 

 

 

Select the event most associated with the occurrence of dissociative fugue.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

Head trauma

 

 

 

Select the neurodevelopmental disorder typically diagnosed in childhood.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

C.

 

Intelle ct

 

 

 

Select the primary cause of reactive attachment disorder in children.

 

 

 

Selected            Answer: NRNP 6635 Mid Term 2021 Answers

 

  1. eath of

mother

D

 

 

Select the psychiatric disorder for which drug and nondrug treatments are least effective.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

D.

 

Dissociative identity

 

 

 

Select two events that are causes of dissociative trance disorder.

 

 

 

Selected Answers: NRNP 6635 Mid Term 2021 Answers

B.

 

Substance abuse

 

D.

 

Appropriate drug

therapy

 

Select the time from occurrence of the stressor in which symptoms must appear to diagnose an adjustment disorder.

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

C.

 

3

 

months

 

 

 

 

Select the serum substance that should be measured to aid the diagnosis of restless leg syndrome.

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

B.

 

Ferriti n

 

 

 

Select the DSM-5 disorder formerly called multiple personality disorder.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

C.

 

Dissociative identity

 

 

 

Differential diagnosis for consideration when suspecting a cyclothymic disorder include:

 

Selected Answer:

B.

 

Substance abuse

 

 

 

The following psychotherapy interventions is NOT a recommended in the treatment of PTSD:

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

B.

 

Chelation Therapy

 

 

 

Select the difference in rates of suicidal thoughts and behaviors between placebo and drug in children and adolescents observed from random controlled trials of nine antidepressant drugs that resulted in the 2004 FDA “black box” warning in labeling of

 

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

C.

 

2% placebo, 10% drug

 

 

 

Select the drug that has been effective in treating social anxiety in children.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

Bupropio n

 

 

 

Select the youngest age range at which alarm therapy is effective to treat enuresis.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

D.

 

5 to

 

6

 

 

 

 

Which part of the brain is essential to the maintenance of attention?

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

B.

 

Right frontal lobe

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selected Answers:

A.

 

Weekly binge eating for at least three months

B.

 

Abuse of emetic drugs and substances

 

 

 

Select the behavior that best describes early onset bipolar disorder in children and adolescents.

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

Aggressi on

 

 

Select the most common stressor of PTSD in women.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

C.

 

Sexual assault

 

 

 

Select the most likely stressor to cause an adjustment disorder.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

B.

 

Natural disaster

 

 

 

Select the motivation in pyromania that is absent in patients who commit arson.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

Financial gain

 

 

 

What does a black-box warning from the FDA indicate for prescribers?

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

D.

 

The need for closer monitoring of potential symptoms by the provider

 

 

Select the third most commonly reported psychiatric symptom.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

D.

 

Depersonalizati on

 

 

 

Select the disorder in which patients feel detached from their environment.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

Derealizati on

 

 

 

Select the least extent of sleep debt that can cause hypersomnolence.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

B.

 

3 hours per night for two weeks

 

 

 

Select the disorder in children and adolescents that is described by depressed or irritable mood for most of the day for a majority of days in at least one year.

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

Major depression

 

 

 

Select the disorder in which children are irritable and display temper outbursts, but are not likely to cause physical harm to themselves and others.

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

Opposition al

 

 

 

Select the nondrug therapy approved for use in patients who have failed to achieve satisfactory improvement with correctly prescribed antidepressant drugs.

 

 

Selected Answer:

 

  1. cranial magnetic stimulation

T

 

r a n s

 

Fetal alcohol syndrome is characterized by all the following EXCEPT:

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

D.

 

Scanty Lanugo

 

 

 

Select the age stage of life in which identity crisis typically emerges.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

B.

 

Adolescen ce

 

 

 

Select the brain region that is most implicated in the function of memory.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

[None Given]

 

 

 

 

Select the two most effective treatments for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in

 

children and adolescents.

 

 

Selected Answers:

A.

 

SSRI antidepressants

 

C.

 

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)

 

 

 

Select two types of theories that have contributed to causes of anxiety.

 

 

 

Selected Answers:

[None Given]

 

 

 

 

Select the self-report rating scale used to screen for major depression.

 

 

 

Selected A.

 

Answer:

 

BD

 

 

I

 

Select the two symptoms that result from prolonged sleep deprivation.

 

 

 

Selected Answers:

B.

 

Hallucinatio ns

D.

 

Irritability

 

 

 

 

Select the least effective method to treat dissociative amnesia.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

D.

 

Group therapy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

PANS S

 

 

 

Select the two diverse symptoms of OCD.

 

 

 

Selected Answers:

A.

 

Rituals

 

D.

 

Intrusive thoughts

 

 

 

Select the antidepressant drug that is effective in treating OCD, because it is the most selective in preventing serotonin uptake.

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

D.

 

Venlafaxi ne

 

 

 

Select the drug in addition to a benzodiazepine used to treat generalized anxiety disorder.

 

 

Selected            Answer:

 

 

 

L

 

 

Select the percent of OCD patients who also have depressive symptoms.

 

 

 

Selected C.

 

Answer:

 

1

 

5

 

Episodes of major depression and hypomania are the main characteristics of:

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

D.

 

Bipolar II Disorder

 

 

Benzodiazepine treatment for anxiety conditions lasts for:

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

C.

 

indefinite ly

 

 

 

Select the comorbid disorder most frequently associated with anorexia nervosa.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

Depressi on

 

 

 

Which side effect of venlafaxine places the medication as a second-line choice when compared with SSRIs?

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

B.

 

Increased blood pressure

 

 

 

Select the therapy for insomnia that can be effective at up to three years after discontinuation.

 

 

Selected Answer:

 

  1. gnitive-

behavioral

C

 

o

 

 

Select the two types of symptom patterns common to OCD patients.

 

 

 

Selected Answers:

C.

 

Intrusive thoughts

D.

 

Contamination

 

 

 

 

Select the percentage range of correlation between obesity and psychiatric disorders.

 

 

 

Selected B.

 

Answer:

 

20 to

 

30

 

Select the largest percentage prevalence of psychiatric disorders in patients hospitalized for medical conditions.

 

 

Selected C.

 

Answer:

 

5

 

0

 

Select the symptom that is most likely improve early in the drug treatment of major depression.

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

B.

 

Sleep problems

 

 

 

Select the most effective treatment found in the studies of adolescents with depression.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

C.

 

SSRI plus CBT

 

 

 

Select the mood disorder in which diagnosis requires symptoms present for at least two

 

Cyclothy mia

 

Select the two most commonly co-occurring anxiety disorders that may present with

 

generalized anxiety disorder.

 

 

Selected Answers:

A.

 

PTS D

C.

 

OCD

 

 

 

 

Lower IQ

 

Select two events that are excluded as causes of dissociative trance disorder.

 

 

 

Selected Answers:

B.

 

Substance abuse

 

D.

 

Appropriate drug therapy

 

 

 

According to Bowlby’s theory of anxiety, what is fundamental to the growth of attachment in an infant?

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

C.

 

Mother’s ability to relieve infant anxiety

 

 

 

Select the preferred treatment for bulimia nervosa.

 

  1. tive-behavior therapy (CBT)

C

 

o g n i

 

Select the greatest challenge in the long-term treatment of Bipolar I and II disorder.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

C.

 

Acute depression

 

 

 

Select the life stage at which emotional and social behavior begin.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

Toddle r

 

 

Select the symptom that is least associated with manic and hypomanic episodes.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

B.

 

Inflated self- esteem

 

 

 

Select the two primary psychometric properties of psychiatric rating scales.

 

 

 

Selected Answers:

B.

 

Reliabilit y

C.

 

Validity

 

 

 

 

Select the theorist who developed psychoanalysis.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

D.

 

Freu d

 

 

 

Select the disorder that is most similar to cyclothymia.

 

  1. Bipolar

II

 

 

Select the public performance that is most associated with social anxiety in children.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

B.

 

Speaki ng

 

 

 

Select the antidepressant drug most likely to cause sexual dysfunction.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

A.

 

Sertrali ne

 

 

Select the theorist who is credited with establishing the area of psychosomatic medicine.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

C.

 

Grodde ck

 

 

 

Select two common uses of items taken in kleptomania.

 

 

 

Selected Answers:

A.

 

Gifts

 

C.

 

Sellin g

 

 

 

Select the age group in which adjustment disorders occur most frequently.

 

 

 

 

Selected Answer:

D.

 

Adolesce nt

 

 

 

Select the percent rate of mortality in anorexia nervosa patients.

 

 

 

5 to

 

 

Select the two rating scales used specifically for schizophrenia.

 

 

 

Selected Answers:

A.

 

PANS S

C.

 

SAPS

 

 

 

 

When completing this exam, did you comply with Walden University’s Code of Conduct including the expectations for academic integrity?

Selected            Ye

 

 

 

 

A Potassium

.

 

B White blood

 

. cells

 

C Liver enzymes

.

 

D Blood urea

 

.   nitrogen

 

 

 

  1 points  
QUESTION 2

 

1.    Select the theorist who developed the eight stages of psychosocial life cycle.

A Bowlb

 

. y

 

B Perls

.

 

C Erikso

 

. n

 

D Roger

 

. s

 

 

 

  1 points  
QUESTION 3

 

1.  Select two causes of dissociative amnesia.

A Sexual abuse

.

 

B Substance

 

. abuse

 

C Surgical pain

.

 

D Partner

 

. betrayal

 

  1. Select the patient evaluation scale to be used before and during prescribing

 

antipsychotic drugs.

 

A MMSE

.

 

B AIMS

.

 

C CAGE

.

 

D HAM-

 

. D

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 5

 

 

 

A Enuresis

.

 

B Encopresis

.

 

C Autism

.

 

D Intellectual

 

.   disability

 

 

 

 

A 10% recover, 20% mild symptoms, 30% moderate symptoms, 40% no

 

.  change or worse

 

B 20% recover, 10% mild symptoms, 40% moderate symptoms, 30% no

 

.  change or worse

 

C 30% recover, 40% mild symptoms, 20% moderate symptoms, 10% no

 

.  change or worse

 

D 40% recover, 30% mild symptoms, 10% moderate symptoms, 20% no

 

.  change or worse

 

 

A Family

 

. members

 

B Sequential

 

. events

 

C Personal

 

. identity

 

D Adolescent

 

. years

 

 

1 points

 

 

1.    The following is NOT an endocrine change noted with anorexia nervosa:

QUESTION 8

 

 

 

A Increased Glucose

.

 

B Hypothyroidism

.

 

C Hypersecretion of corticotrophin-releasing

 

. hormone

 

D Eating with friends, but not family

.

 

1 points

 

 

1.  Select the two most important elements of the psychiatric interview to establish a

QUESTION 9

 

 

mental illness diagnosis.

 

A Psychiatric history

.

 

B Family history

.

 

C Mental status

 

. examination

 

D Review of systems

.

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 10

 

 

 

A Drug adverse effects

.

 

B Variability of family

 

. therapy

 

C Patient resistance

 

.

 

D Noncompliance with

 

. therapy

 

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 11

 

 

 

A Central apnea

.

 

B Somnambule

 

. nce

 

C Insomnia

.

 

D Narcolepsy

.

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 12

 

 

help from a Primary Care Provider.

 

A Hoarding

.

 

B Excoriation

 

C Hair-pulling

.

 

D Body

 

.   dysmorphia

 

 

A HAM-

 

. A

 

B CAGE

.

 

C YBOC

 

. S

 

D CAPS

.

 

 

 

A 2

.

 

B 3

.

 

C 4

.

 

D 6

.

 

 

 

  1 points  
QUESTION 15

 

1. Select the mood disorder that  is  worsened  by chronic exposure to  observing  violence in television, movies, and video games.

A Bipolar

.

 

B Opposition

 

. al

 

C Conduct

.

 

D Dysthymia

 

A Normal

 

.   development

 

B Cultural

 

. background

 

C Sibling position

.

 

D Medical history

.

 

A 1-2 weeks

 

 

B 3-4 weeks

.

 

C 6-8 weeks

.

 

D 10-14

 

.  weeks

 

 

A PTSD diagnosis require symptoms to last at least for

 

.   one month.

 

B Acute stress disorder symptoms can last at least for

 

.   one month.

 

C PTSD has recurrent, distressing dreams.

.

 

D Acute stress disorder has recurrent, distressing

 

.   dreams.

 

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 19

 

 

EXCEPT:

 

A rapid onset of symptoms

 

 

B short duration of symptoms

.

 

C positive response to

 

.    benzodiazepines

 

D strong social supports

.

 

A Angina

 

.   pectoris

 

B Asthma

.

 

C Diabetes

 

 

 

 

 

.

 

D Multiple

 

. sclerosis

 

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 21

 

 

 

A Sleep

.

 

B Safety

.

 

C Appetit

 

. e

 

D Anger

.

 

A Norepinephri

 

. ne

 

B Dopamine

.

 

C Serotonin

.

 

 

 

 

 

D Acetylcholine

.

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 23

 

 

 

A Empathy

.

 

B Confidentiali

 

. ty

 

C Respect

.

 

D Privacy

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Bupropion and SNRI antidepressants

.

 

B Cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) and SSRI

 

.   antidepressants

 

C Cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) and

 

. amitriptyline

 

D Coaching approach behavior and leading by

 

.   modeling

 

 

 

  1 points  
QUESTION 25

 

1. All the following are key psychiatric findings when assessing speech and language in children EXCEPT:

A Normal articulation

.

 

B Unusual syntax

.

 

C Echolalia

.

 

D Repetitive stereotypical

 

. phrases

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Intense horror

.

 

B Isolated experience

.

 

C Concurrent substance

 

. abuse

 

D Survivor’s guilt

.

 

A Adaptive involuntary coping mechanisms (defense

 

.   mechanisms)

 

 

 

 

 

B Generativity versus Stagnation

.

 

C Conscious Cognitive Strategies

.

 

D Consciously Seeking Social Support

.

 

A Bodmann’s

 

. area

 

B Substantia

 

. nigra

 

C Caudate

.

 

D Wernicke’s

 

. area

 

 

Determining occurrence of substance abuse

Denial of symptoms

 

Insisting weight loss has a medical

 

 

 

 

 

cause

 

Secrecy regarding eating rituals

 

 

A Separatio

 

. n

 

B Generaliz

 

. ed

 

C Social

.

 

D Traumatic

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Select the two most common peripheral symptoms of anxiety.

 

A Bradycardi

 

. a

 

B Dizziness

.

 

C Constipati

 

. on

 

D Tremors

.

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 32

 

 

circadian sleep-wake cycle.

 

A Dopamine

.

 

B Corticotrophin

 

.   releasing

 

C Serotonin

.

 

D Melatonin

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 33 NRNP 6635 Mid Term 2021 Answers

 

 

 

A Head trauma

.

 

B Substance

 

. abuse

 

C Partner

 

. betrayal

 

D Unplanned

 

. travel

 

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 34

 

 

 

A Bipolar I

 

 

 

 

 

.

 

B Major

 

.   depression

 

C Intellect

.

 

D Agoraphobia

.

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 35

 

 

 

A Death of mother

.

 

B Bullying by peers

.

 

C Negligent

 

.   parenting

 

D Fetal alcohol

 

. syndrome

 

 

A Dissociative

 

.   amnesia

 

 

 

 

 

B Major depression

.

 

C Depersonalizatio

 

. n

 

D Dissociative

 

. identity

 

 

1 points

 

 

1.   Select two events that are causes of dissociative trance disorder.

QUESTION 37

 

 

A Natural disaster

.

 

B Substance abuse

.

 

C Experienced violence

.

 

 

 

 

 

D Appropriate drug

 

. therapy

 

 

1 points

 

 

1. Select the time from occurrence of the stressor in which symptoms must appear to

QUESTION 38

 

 

diagnose an adjustment disorder.

 

A 1 week

.

 

B 1

 

. month

 

C 3

 

.   months

 

D 6

 

.   months

 

 

A Potassiu

 

. m

 

B Ferritin

.

 

C Magnesiu

 

. m

 

 

 

 

 

D Albumin

.

 

A Depersonalizatio

 

. n

 

B Dissociative

 

. fugue

 

C Dissociative

 

. identity

 

D Derealization

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Seizures

.

 

B Substance abuse

.

 

C Narcissistic Personality

 

.   Disorder

 

D All of the above

.

 

 

 

  1 points  
QUESTION 42

 

1. The following psychotherapy interventions is NOT a recommended in the treatment of PTSD:

A Behavioral

 

.   Therapy

 

B Chelation

 

.   Therapy

 

C Cognitive

 

.   Therapy

 

D Hypnosis

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

A 1% placebo, 5%

 

. drug

 

B 2% placebo, 4%

 

. drug

 

C 2% placebo, 10%

 

. drug

 

D 4% placebo, 12%

 

. drug

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Select the drug that has been effective in treating social anxiety in children.

 

A Bupropion

.

 

B Carbamazepi

 

. ne

 

C Amitriptyline

.

 

D Fluoxetine

.

 

A 11 to

 

. 12

 

B 9 to

 

. 10

 

C 6 to 7

.

 

D 5 to 6

.

 

QUESTION 46

 

 

 

 

 

A Cortex

.

 

B Right frontal

 

. lobe

 

C Septum

.

 

D Amygdala

.

 

 

QUESTION47

 

  1. Select two signs and symptoms of bulimia nervosa.

 

A Weekly binge eating for at least three

 

.   months

 

B Abuse of emetic drugs and substances

.

 

C Greater weight loss than with anorexia

 

 

 

 

 

. nervosa

 

D Binge eating and purging is most common

 

. in winter

 

 

A Aggressio

 

. n

 

B Withdraw

 

. al

 

C Panic

.

 

D Exhibition

.

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 49

 

 

 

A Home accident

.

 

B Partner or spousal

 

. abuse

 

C Sexual assault

.

 

 

 

 

 

D Natural disaster

.

 

A Medical

 

. illness

 

B Natural

 

. disaster

 

C Vehicle

 

. accident

 

D Substance

 

. abuse

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Medical

 

. illness

 

B Natural

 

. disaster

 

C Vehicle

 

. accident

 

D Substance

 

. abuse

 

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 51

 

 

 

A Financial gain

.

 

B Revenge

.

 

C Affective

 

. arousal

 

D Power

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A To not prescribe the medication to the population of

 

.   consideration

 

B To obtain informed consent from patients

.

 

C To document adverse reactions

.

 

D The need for closer monitoring of potential  symptoms by

 

. the provider

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Depression

.

 

B Anxiety

.

 

C Psychosis

.

 

D Depersonalizati

 

. on

 

 

1 points

 

 

1. Select the disorder in which patients feel detached from their environment.

QUESTION 54

 

 

 

A Derealization

.

 

B Transient global

 

.   amnesia

 

C Depersonalization

.

 

D Dissociative identity

.

 

A 4 hours per night for one

 

 

 

 

 

. month

 

B 3 hours per night for two

 

. weeks

 

C 2 hours per night for one

 

. week

 

D 1 hour per night for three

 

. days

 

 

1 points

 

 

1.  Select the disorder in children and adolescents that is described by depressed or

QUESTION 56

 

 

irritable mood for most of the day for a majority of days in at least one year.

 

A Major depression

.

 

B Cyclothymia

.

 

C Bereavement

 

 

 

 

 

.

 

D Persistent

 

.   depression

 

 

A Oppositiona

 

. l

 

B Conduct

.

 

C Dysregulati

 

. on

 

D Bipolar

.

 

A Transcranial magnetic

 

.   stimulation

 

B Phototherapy

.

 

C Vagal nerve stimulation

.

 

 

 

 

 

D Psychoanalysis

.

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 59

 

 

 

A Microcephaly

.

 

B Midface hypoplasia

.

 

C Growth retardation with

 

.   weight/height

 

D Scanty Lanugo

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Childhood

.

 

B Adolescen

 

. ce

 

C Middle

 

. adult

 

D Elderly

 

. adult

 

 

 

  1 points  
QUESTION 61

 

1.    Select the brain region that is most implicated in the function of memory.

A Hippocampus

.

 

B Temporal lobe

.

 

C Amygdala

.

 

D Corpus

 

.   callosum

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A SSRI antidepressants

.

 

B SNRI antidepressants

.

 

C Cognitive behavioral therapy

 

. (CBT)

 

D Parent-child interaction therapy

 

. (PCIT)

 

 

 

  1 points  
QUESTION 63

 

1.   Select two types of theories that have contributed to causes of anxiety.

A Psychoanalytic

 

. theory

 

B Behavioral theory

 

 

 

 

 

.

 

C Family

.

 

D Group

.

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 64

 

 

 

A BDI

.

 

B HAM-

 

. D

 

C BPRS

.

 

D SANS

.

 

1 points

 

 

1.  Select the two symptoms that result from prolonged sleep deprivation.

QUESTION 65

 

 

A Ambition

.

 

B Hallucinatio

 

 

 

 

 

. ns

 

C Contentedn

 

. ess

 

D Irritability

.

 

A Antipsychotic

 

. drugs

 

B Cognitive

 

. therapy

 

C Hypnosis

.

 

D Group therapy

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A PANS

 

. S

 

B BPRS

.

 

C HAM-

 

. D

 

D CAPS

.

 

 

 

  1 points  
QUESTION 68

 

1. Select the two diverse symptoms of OCD.

A Rituals

.

 

B Flashbacks

.

 

C Loose

 

.   associations

 

D Intrusive

 

.   thoughts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Clomiprami

 

. ne

 

B Valproate

.

 

C Lithium

.

 

D Venlafaxine

.

 

 

 

  1 points  
QUESTION 70

 

1. Select the drug in addition to a benzodiazepine used to treat generalized anxiety disorder.

A Buspirone

.

 

 

 

 

 

B Trazodone

.

 

C Quetiapin

 

. e

 

D Lamotrigi

 

. ne

 

 

A 5

 

. 0

 

B 3

 

. 0

 

C 1

 

. 5

 

D 5

.

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 72

 

 

 

A Dysthymia

.

 

B Bipolar I Disorder

 

 

 

 

 

.

 

C Mixed Mood

 

.   Disorder

 

D Bipolar II Disorder

.

 

1 points

 

 

1. Benzodiazepine treatment for anxiety conditions lasts for:

QUESTION 73

 

 

 

A 3 months

.

 

B 1 year

.

 

C indefinite

 

. ly

 

D 6 weeks

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Select the comorbid disorder most frequently associated with anorexia nervosa.

 

A Depression

.

 

B Anxiety

.

 

C Schizophrenia

.

 

D Substance use

 

. disorder

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 75

 

 

compared with SSRIs?

 

A Nausea

.

 

B Increased blood

 

.   pressure

 

C Headache

.

 

D Fatigue

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Cognitive-

 

.   behavioral

 

B Sedating

 

.   antihistamines

 

C Benzodiazepines

.

 

D Paradoxical

 

. intention

 

 

1 points

 

 

1. Select the two types of symptom patterns common to OCD patients.

QUESTION 77

 

 

A Recurrent

 

 

 

 

 

. nightmares

 

B Flight of ideas

.

 

C Intrusive thoughts

.

 

D Contamination

.

 

A 10 to

 

. 20

 

B 20 to

 

. 30

 

C 40 to

 

. 60

 

D 50 to

 

. 70

 

 

A 1

 

. 0

 

B 3

 

 

 

 

 

. 3

 

C 5

 

. 0

 

D 6

 

. 7

 

 

A Poor

 

.   concentration

 

B Sleep problems

.

 

 

 

 

 

C Excessive guilt

.

 

D Decreased

 

. appetite

 

 

A SSRI plus

 

.  SNRI

 

B CBT

.

 

C SSRI plus

 

.  CBT

 

D SSRI

.

 

A Major

 

.    depression

 

B Dysthymia

.

 

C Bipolar II

 

 

 

 

 

.

 

D Cyclothymia

.

 

1 points

 

 

1. Select the two most commonly co-occurring anxiety disorders that may present with

QUESTION 83

 

 

generalized anxiety disorder.

 

A PTSD

.

 

B Dissociative

 

. disorder

 

C OCD

.

 

D Delusional

 

. disorder

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Excessive dopamine

 

.   metabolites

 

B Higher IQ

.

 

C Larger corpus callosum

.

 

D Lower IQ

.

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 85

 

 

A Natural disaster

.

 

B Substance abuse

.

 

C Experienced violence

.

 

D Appropriate drug

 

. therapy

 

 

1 points

 

 

 

 

 

QUESTION 86

 

 

attachment in an infant?

 

A Loud noises

.

 

B Exposure to strangers

.

 

C Mother’s ability to relieve infant

 

.   anxiety

 

D Placing the infant in isolated

 

. areas

 

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 87

 

 

 

A Cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT)

.

 

 

 

 

 

B SNRI antidepressants

.

 

C Monoamine oxidase inhibitors

 

.   (MAOIs)

 

D Dynamic psychotherapy

.

 

A Psychotic

 

.   symptoms

 

B Mood

 

.   stabilization

 

C Acute depression

.

 

D Panic anxiety

.

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 89

 

 

 

A Toddler

.

 

B Infancy

 

 

 

 

 

.

 

C Middle

 

. years

 

D Preschool

.

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 90

 

 

 

A Suicidal ideation

.

 

B Inflated self-

 

. esteem

 

C Distractibility

.

 

D Pressured

 

. speech

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Select the two primary psychometric properties of psychiatric rating scales.

 

A Reproducibili

 

. ty

 

B Reliability

.

 

C Validity

.

 

D Variability

.

 

A Maslo

 

. w

 

B Skinn

 

. er

 

C Erikso

 

. n

 

D Freud

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Major

 

.   depression

 

B Bipolar II

.

 

C Schizophrenia

.

 

D Bipolar I

.

 

A Dancin

 

. g

 

 

 

 

 

B Speaki

 

. ng

 

C Athletic

 

. s

 

D Eating

.

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 95

 

 

 

A Sertraline

.

 

B Amitriptylin

 

. e

 

C Duloxetine

.

 

D Clomiprami

 

. ne

 

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 96

 

 

medicine.

 

A Freud

.

 

 

 

 

 

B Abraha

 

. m

 

C Grodde

 

. ck

 

D Ferencz

 

. i

 

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 97

 

 

A Gifts

.

 

B Displayi

 

. ng

 

C Selling

.

 

D Hiding

 

 

 

 

 

.

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 98

 

 

 

A Childhood

.

 

B Middle

 

. adult

 

C Young

 

. adult

 

D Adolescen

 

. t

 

 

1 points

 

QUESTION 99

 

 

 

A 1 to 5

.

 

B 3 to

 

. 12

 

C 5 to

 

. 18

 

D 18 to

 

. 25