Nursing and Health Science
Select the criterion that differentiates Bipolar II from Bipolar I disorder.
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Select the most important mediator of the stress response:
o Question 3
Select the two common characteristics of illness anxiety disorder.
o Question 4
Select the most commonly occurring eating disorder.
o Question 5
Select the neurotransmitter involved in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in children and adolescents based on the common comorbidity of tic disorders.
o Question 6
Select the mental health disorder that commonly coexists with generalized anxiety disorder.
o Question 7
Select the behavior that is common in anorexia nervosa patients.
o Question 8
Select the rating scale used to assess children and adolescents for ADHD.
o Question 9
Select the theorist who developed the eight stages of psychosocial life cycle.
o Question 10
Select the two comorbid disorders with which Pica occurs most commonly.
o Question 11
Select the symptom that is least associated with manic and hypomanic episodes.
o Question 12
Select the two most important factors that guide the decision to prescribe benzodiazepines to treat generalized anxiety.
A. Specific target symptoms
B. Patient insistence on benzodiazepine
C. History of substance abuse
D. Duration of therapy
o Question 13
Select the neurotransmitter that is most genetically involved in childhood and adolescent depression.
D. Gamma amino butyric acid (GABA)
o Question 14
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.
A. Major depression
D. Persistent depression
o Question 15
Select the disorder in which inflicting injury to self or others is common.
B. . Conversion
C. Somatic symptoms
o Question 16
Select the two medical conditions in which derealization and depersonalization are common.
o Question 17
Select the prognosis range of untreated PTSD patients.
o Question 18
Select the mental health model that is most associated with human interpersonal connection.
o Question 19
Select the nondrug therapy approved for use in patients who have failed to achieve satisfactory improvement with correctly prescribed antidepressant drugs.
o Question 20
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 antidepressant drugs.
A. 1% placebo, 5% drug
B. 2% placebo, 4% drug
C. 2% placebo, 10% drug
D. 4% placebo, 12% drug
o Question 21
Select the most exclusive feature rapid eye movement (REM) sleep.
B. Relaxation of skeletal muscle
o Question 22
Select the two diverse symptoms of OCD.
D. Intrusive thoughts
o Question 23
Select the greatest challenge in the long-term treatment of Bipolar I and II disorder.
A. Psychotic symptoms
B. Mood stabilization
C. Acute depression
D. Panic anxiety
o Question 24
Select the percent rate of mortality in anorexia nervosa patients.
o Question 25
Select the factor that is required to cause PTSD from a stressor.
o Question 26
Select the primary cause of reactive attachment disorder in children.
o Question 27
Select the neurotransmitter that is most involved in the pathophysiology of schizophrenia.
o Question 28
Select the frequency range of heritability of bipolar disorder.
o Question 29
Select the medical condition that must be excluded as a cause of somatic symptom disorder or hypochondriasis.
A. Angina pectoris
D. Multiple sclerosis
o Question 30
Select two imaging methods used to study anxiety disorders.
o Question 31
Select the percentage of untreated PTSD patients who recover after one year.
o Question 32
Select the two most common peripheral symptoms of anxiety.
o Question 33
Select the drug proven most effective in treating PTSD.
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Select the percentage occurrence of at least two specific types of anxiety disorders in children.
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Select the age stage of life in which identity crisis typically emerges.
o Question 36
Select the most common stressor of PTSD in women.
o Question 37
Select the time from occurrence of the stressor in which symptoms must appear to diagnose an adjustment disorder.
o Question 38
Select the drug in addition to a benzodiazepine used to treat generalized anxiety disorder.
o Question 39
Select the antidepressant drug that inhibits reuptake of both norepinephrine and serotonin (5-HT).
o Question 40
Select the alternate name for persistent depressive disorder.
o Question 41
Select the maximum time period recommended for treatment of insomnia with hypnotic drugs.
o Question 42
Select the brain region that is least associated with OCD.
o Question 43
Select the obsessive-compulsive disorder for which a patient is likely to initially seek help from a non-psychiatric provider.
D. Body dysmorphia
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Select the characteristic in long sleepers (more than 9 hours) that is absent in short sleepers (less than 6 hours).
A. Mildly depressed
o Question 45
Select the anxiety disorder that emerges in ages 9 to 18 months.
o Question 46
Select the two criteria used to differentiate between diagnosing Bipolar I from Bipolar II Disorder.
A. A distinct period of abnormally and persistent elevated, expansive, or irritable mood and increased activity or energy.
C. The disturbance in mood and change in functioning are observable by others
o Question 47
Select the theorist who developed psychoanalysis.
o Question 48
Select the most common stressor of PTSD in young men.
C. Military combat
o Question 49
Select the factor that best correlates with the occurrence of PTSD in children.
C. Larger corpus callosum
o Question 50
Select two events that are causes of dissociative trance disorder.
B. Substance abuse
C. Experience violence