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Bipolar 1, major depression, substance abuse disorders, delusion disorder, borderline personality, and schizoaffective disorder all all conditions that may include what type of symptoms?

Psychotic symptoms

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T or F psychotic symptoms always indicate schizophrenia

False

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Can schizophrenia be diagnosed without a period of active psychotic symptoms?

No

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Bipolar disorder requires at least 1 period of what?

Mania

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A diagnosis of schizophreniform disorder can be given if patient experiences psychotic symptoms for how long?

Less than 6 months

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A diagnosis of brief psychotic disorder can be given if a patient experiences psychotic symptoms for how long?

Less than 1 month

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A diagnosis of schizophrenia can be given if patient experiences psychotic symptoms for how long?

6 months or more

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T or F antisocial personality disorder is only diagnosed in individuals younger than 18 years

False older than 18

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T or F to receive a diagnosis of antisocial personalty disorder a client must have symptoms before age 15

True

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A client who exhibits antisocial symptoms under age 18 can be diagnosed with...

Conduct disorder

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PTSD, acute stress disorder, adjustment disorder, and bereavement are examples of

Reactional disorders

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Describe a malingering disorder

Faking or producing symptoms in order to obtain an external reward or achieve a goal

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What do these disorders have in common?
- all personality disorders
- schizophrenia > 6 months
- dysthymic disorders
- generalized anxiety > 6 months
- hypochondria > 6 months
- somatization - several years
- obsession
- Paraphernalia
- sexual dysfunction
- dyssomnia

chronic disorders

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Describe a factitious disorder

Producing symptoms due to a psychosocial need to adopt the sick role

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Named the disorder associated with fictitious disorders that produce physical symptoms

Muchausen syndrome

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Describe ADHD

Includes failure to remain attentive to various situations
Requires symptoms to occur in 2 different settings

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T or F Muchausen's Syndrome by Proxy is considered a form of child abuse

True

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Describe Conduct Disorders

Repetitive and persistent pattern of conduct which violates either the basic rights of others or age appropriate social norms

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What diagnosis must you have as a child in order to receive a diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder as an adult?

Conduct disorder

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What is the most effective tx for antisocial personality disorder?

Environenentally based treatment

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Describe oppositional disorder

Display aggressiveness by patterns of obstinate but generally passive behavior
Defiance cannot be result of any other disorder

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T or F children with oppositional disorder also have symptoms of conduct disorder

False

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How much more frequent is autism in males than females?

4-5 times more frequent

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Describe autism disorder

- onset during infancy or before age 3
- failure to develop usual relatedness to parents and other people
- infants lack smile, avoid eye contact, fail to cuddle
- failure to develop normal language

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What is the key abnormal impairment for autistic children?

Communication & social interactions

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- severe and sustained impairment of social interactions
- repetitive patterns of behavior
- normal language & cognitive development

Are symptoms of

Asbergers

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Symptoms of depression in children may include

Failure to gain expected weight, refusal to go to school,nfear parents might die, irritability

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T or F a child with asbergers will have impairment in communications

False

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What percentage of teen suicides are linked to depression?

80%

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T or F behavioral and somatic symptoms of depression are most prominent in children and teens

True

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Elimination of feces in inappropriate places that is usually involuntary and must occur at least 1 time a month for 3 months in a child at least 4 years old is called

Encopresis

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Describe stereotypic movement disorder

Motor behavior that is repetitive w/ function and interferes with activities it can cause bodily injury if untreated

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Common up to age 5 and more prevalent in boys an be caused by genetics, uti, or inability to wake up

enuresis

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Regression after a period of normal development, onset usually before age 4 associated with stereotypical hand movements, problems with walking, mental retardation, only in females

Rhett's Disorder

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Patients w/ prolonged illnesses as children always have

delays in attaining average outcomes

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Fear of pain

algophobia

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fear of heights

acrophobia

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This disorder is characterized by difficulty with vaginal pain and anxiety about pain during intercourse, symptoms must be present for at least 6 months

genitopelvic pain/penetration disorder

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IN this stage of change, clients are unaware, unable, or unwilling to change there is the greatest lack of motivation and resistance

precontemplation

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In this stage of change, clts are ambivalent or uncertain regard behavior change but is willing to look at pros and cons of change

contemplation

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T or F biopsychosocial stress is usually caused by 1 event

F

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_____ is a structured way of observing and describing a client's current state of mind, under the domains of appearance, attitude, behavior, mood, affect, speech, thought process, thought content, perception, cognition, insight, and judgement

mental status exam

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T or F Diagnostic information should always be shared with clients and used to facilitate the establishment of intervention plans?

T

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Existing with or at the same time

comorbid

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not recommended or safe to use

contraindicated

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false fixed belief despite evidence to the contrary

delusion

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confusion with regard to person, time or place

disorientation

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disturbance or change in the usually integrative functions of memory, identity, perception, or consciousness

dissociation

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depression caused by biochemical imbalance rather than psychosocial stressor

endogenous depression

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depression caused by external events

exogenous depression

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shared delusion

folie a deux

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hearing, seeing, smelling, or feeling something that is not real

hallucination

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subsequent to onset of an illness

postmorbid

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prior to the onset of an illness

premorbid

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experiencing delusions or hallucinations

psychotic