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1

The afferent nervous system consists of all outgoing motor pathways

False

2

The incidence of depression is twice as high in men as it is in women

False

3

Euthymia is a less severe form of depression

False

4

People with depression can exhibit psychotic features

True

5

A person with Bipolar Disorder experiences periods of normal mood

True

6

A mood that is dulled in response is referred to as a labile affect

False

7

Anhedonia is the increased pleasure of life during a manic phase

False

8

Hallucinations are perceptual disturbances

True

9

Which of the following is a 'negative' symptom of schizophrenia?

Loss of volition

10

A delusion is a positive symptom of schizophrenia

True

11

The false sensory experience involving taste refers to a

Gustatory hallucinations

12

The prodromal phase of schizophrenia refers to which of the following:

The first phase of very subtle symptoms, which can last from weeks to years

13

Repetition or imitation of what someone else says

Echolalia

14

Client reports no joy or pleasure in life

Anhedonia

15

General slowing of movement

Psychomotor retardation

16

Client claims to be associated with famous people or believes s/he is famous

Delusions of grandeur

17

Client doesn't believe they have a mental illness when they do

Lack of insight

18

Disorders of perception

Hallucinations

19

A fixed false belief which has no basis to reality

Delusion

20

Immediate and observable expression of mood

Affect

21

What provides a protective covering for the brain and spinal cord?

Meninges

22

____ stimulation will lead to _____ of the neuronal cell membrane, and if this reaches the threshold value an action potential will fire

Excitatory
Depolarisation

23

____ stimulation will lead to _____ of the neuronal cell membrane and will not lead to the firing of an action potential

Inhibitory
Hyperpolarisation

24

The main function of axons is to

Conduct action potentials to other neurons

25

Schwann cells form myelin sheaths around the nerve fibres in the CNS

False