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What is the new name for mental retardation?

Intellectual disability

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What is used to determine a clts ability?

IQ scores and adaptive functioning

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Speech sound disorder was previously known as

phonological disorder

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stuttering is aka

childhood onset fluency disorder

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social communication disorder is

a new condition that has impaired social verbal and nonverbal communication

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What age must ADHD appear by?

12

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T or F Motor disorders are new?

T

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How long must clt experience disturbances and active symptoms to receive a diagnosis of schizophrenia?

disturbances for 6 months and active symptoms for 1 month

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How many symptoms must a client exhibit to be diagnosed with schizophrenia?

2 or more

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T or F all sub types of schizophrenia were deleted?

T

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T or F schizoaffective disorder requires a major mood expisode

T

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How many symptoms does clt need to be diagnosed with catatnoia?

3 of 12

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Manic disorder is now known as

Bipolar Disorder

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inflated self esteem, decreased need for sleep, full of energy, rapid speech, continuous flow of speech, restlessness, disorganize, and bizarre activities are characteristics of

manic symptoms

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sadness, loss of interest in usual activities and sleep, appetite disturbances, feelings of worthlessness, and guilt, difficulty concentrating, suicidal thoughts are examples of

depressive symptoms

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The new specifier "with mixed features" can be applied to

BPD 1, BPD 2 and BPD NES (aka NOS)

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A new condition called _____ can be diagnosed in children up to 18 who exhibit persistent irritability and frequent episodes of extreme out of control behavior

Disruptive mood dysregulation disorder (DMDD)

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Clinical diagnostic features of this disorder include symptoms lasting 6 months or longer including, significant distress or impairment that interferes with everday activities

social anxiety disorder

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hair pulling disorder

trichotillomania

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skin picking

excoriation

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Disorder characterized by somatic symptoms that are either very distressing or result in significant disruption of functioning as well as excessive and disproportional thoughts feelings and behavior regarding symptoms

somatic symptom disorder

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T or F malingering is a mental illness

F

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T or F cooccuring factitious disorders and somatic symptoms are rare

T

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bedwetting

enuresis (rule out medical problem)

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repeated passage of feces in inappropriate places causing embarrassment

encopresis

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how long must clt have symptoms of sexual dysfunction before diagnosis?

at least 6 months

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what are the three types of oppositional defiant disorders?

1, angry/irritable mood
2. argumentative/defiant
3. vindictive

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this disorder is characterized by behavior that violates the rights of others or major societal norms. symptoms must be present for at least 3 months w/ 1 symptom present for 6 months. diagnosed before adulthood

conduct disorder

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A ____ disorder is associated with ways of thinking and feeling that significantly and adversely affect how a clt functions in many aspects of life

personality disorder

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Cluster A personality disorders are characterized by ____ behavior

odd and eccentric

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Schizoid personality, paranoid, and schizotypal personality disorders fall under which cluster?

A

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Introverted, withdrawn, solitary, emotionally cold, distant, absorbed with own thoughts, and fear of closeness are characteristics of which personality disorder?

schizoid

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interpreting actions of others as deliberately threatening or demeaning, untrusting, unforgiving, and prone to anger and aggressive outbursts are characteristics of which personality disorder?

paranoid

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patter of peculiarities, odd or eccentric manners of speaking or dressing, strange, outlandish or paranoid beliefs, and magical thinking are characteristics of which personality disorder?

schizotypal

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Cluster B personality disorders are characterized by ____ behaviors

dramatic, emotional, and erratic

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Antisocial, borderline, narcissistic, and histrionic personality disorders fall under which cluster?

B

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impulsive, irresponsible, callous, history of legal difficulties, belligerent and irresponsible behavior, aggressive and even violent relationships, and no respect for others are characteristics of which personality disorder?

antisocial

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unstable in interpersonal relationships, behavior, mood, and self image; abrupt and extreme mood changes, stormy interpersonal relationships, fluctuating self image, self destructive actions are characteristics of which personality disorder?

borderline

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exaggerated sense of self importance, absorbed by fantasies of unlimited success, constant attention seeking, oversensitive to failure are characteristics of which personality disorder?

narcissistic

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behave melodramatically or over the top, constant excessive levels of emotionality, attention seeking are characteristics of which personality disorder?

histrionic

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Cluster C personality disorders are characterized by which behaviors?

anxious and fearful

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hypersensitive to rejection and unwilling to become involved with others unless sure of being liked, avoidance of social situations or with that involves interpersonal contact are characteristics of which personality disorder?

avoidant

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pattern of dependent and submissive behavior, relying on others to make personal decisions, require excessive reassurance or advice are characteristics of which personality disorder?

dependent

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conscientious with high levels of aspiration; strive for perfection; never satisfied with achievements are characteristics of which personality disorder?

OCD

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Pervasive distrust is most common in which personality disorder?

paranoid

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Which type of schizophrenia has the greatest level of chronicity, poorest prognostic outlook, and greatest impairment of functioning?

Disorganized schizophrenia

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Less pleasure in almost all activities, less reaction to pleasant stimuli, decrease in appetite + weight is most common in BPD w/ _____ features

BPD w/ melancholic features

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mood reactivity, hypersomnia, increased appetite, and rejection are most common in BPD w/ _____ features

BPD w/ atypical features

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psychomotor disturbances, extreme inactivity, excessive motor activity is most common in BPD w/ _____ features

catatonia

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What diagnosis would a clt with an IQ below 20-25 receive?

profound mental retardation

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What diagnosis would a clt with an IQ btw 35-55 receive?

moderate mental retardation

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What diagnosis would a clt with an IQ btw 20-40

severe mental retardation

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What diagnosis would a clt with an IQ btw 50-70 receive?

mild mental retardation