Final Çalışması Flashcards

1
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………………. is a condition that results when a person uses a substance (e.g., alcohol, cocaine, nicotine) or engages in an activity (e.g., gambling, sex, shopping) that can be pleasurable but the continued use/act of which becomes compulsive and interferes with ordinary life responsibilities, such as work, relationships, or health

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addiction

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Scientists have found that regular participation in ……………. ……………….. has been shown to decrease overall levels of tension, elevate and stabilize mood, improve sleep, and improve self-esteem. About five minutes of it can begin to stimulate anti-anxiety effects

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Aerobic Exercise

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3
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…………….. …………… first occurs about 90 minutes after falling asleep. Your eyes move rapidly from side to side behind closed eyelids, Mixed frequency brain wave activity becomes closer to that seen in wakefulness. Your breathing becomes faster and irregular, and your heart rate and blood pressure increase to near-waking levels.

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REM Sleep

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4
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Which is the most important sleep hygiene rule?

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Get up at the same time every single day, including the weekends
Get up at the same time every single day with weekends

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5
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Twin and …………… studies, commonly used in the field of genetic psychology, can help researchers learn about the role of heritability

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Adoption

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6
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The true goal of ……… isn’t to suppress feelings of anger but rather to understand the message behind the emotion and express it in a healthy way without losing control

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anger management

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7
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………………… is hard time falling or staying asleep

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Insomnia

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8
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Researchers have shown ……… that known as the love harmone* because of its important role in the formation and maintenance of mother-child bonding and sexual attachments - is actually involved in a much broader range of social connections.

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Oxytocin

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9
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…………….. can be confused with depression.

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hyperthyroidism

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10
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Which isn’t recommended for mindful eating?

A

Eat fast

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11
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Which one is not a good coping strategy?

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Spending time alone / be lonely

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12
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Which is a symptom of hyperthyroidism?

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nervousness

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13
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Experts estimate that 75% of overeating is cuased by ……..

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Emotions

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14
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A person with depression stops doing things because he or she thinks it’s not worth the effort. But this only deepens the depression. In CBT, the therapist helps the patient schedule enjoyable experiences, often with other people who can reinforce the enjoyment. …………. is another goal of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) that aims to
help patients engage more often in enjoyable activities

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Behavioral activation

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15
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Sleep deprivation disrupts the daily fluctuations in appetite hormones and is believed to cause poor appetite regulation. This includes higher levels of ………………, and reduce levels of ………. the hormone that stimulates appetite.

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Ghrelin, Leptin

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16
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……….. living strains of bacteria that add to the population of good bacteria in your digestive system.

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Probiotics

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17
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Most of your dreaming occurs during ………… sleep

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REM

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18
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Experimental studies show that ……………. can damage the brain. The hippocampus, which is involved in certain types of memory, is particularly vulnerable.

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Cortisol

19
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Increasing …………… is important for those with chronic disease or developmental and other disabilities, for those undergoing medical or psychological treatment, and for the aged..

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Quality of life

20
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……………………… is present in both sexes and individual levels are correlated with language and cognitive abilities, not just with aggression and sex drive.

A

testosterone

21
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Which is the most addictive substance?

A

Nicotine

22
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…………………. individuals are at increased risk of developing depression.

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Obese

23
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…………………. is a normal, healthy emotion, But it’s unhealthy when it is out of control. It has serious consequences for your relationships, your health, and your state of mind.

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Anger

24
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…………………….. are often found in association with abnormal feeding behaviours

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Mood disorders

25
Q

What is the best clinical depression app?

A

MoodTools

26
Q

What is the best eating disorders app?

A

Recovery Record

27
Q

What is the best overall app?

A

ModKit

28
Q

What are the bad communicates in your marriage?

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Defensiveness, stonewalling, criticism, contempt

29
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Please write some ways to improve your communication skills.

A

Don’t hear, listen instead
Ask questions
Watch your body language

30
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What are coping strategies effectives?

A

Be positive
Communicate
Accept yourself
Make connections with people
Develop self-dicipline

31
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What are negative cooping skils?

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Drugs
Excessive Alcohol
Denial
Self-Mutilation

32
Q

What are the feauteres anatomy of sleep?

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Thalamus
Hypothalamus
Amygdala
Brain Stem
Pineal Gund

33
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Melatonin hormone is control ……………. ……………

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Circadian Rhythms

34
Q

What are the sleep disorders types?

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Hypersomnia
Insomnia
Parasomnias

35
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What is habit and addiction differences?

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Addiction is unable to control. There is psychological component.
Habit is done by choice. The person with the habits can choose to stop.

36
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What are the risk factor for addiction?

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Genetics
Gender
Having a mental illness/condition

37
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What is sign and symptoms of addiction?

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Taking risk
Social problems
Problems in work
Withdrawal symptoms

38
Q

What is the best theraphy app?

A

TalkSpace

39
Q

What is the best meditation app?

A

Headspace

40
Q

What is the best suicide awareness app?

A

Better Stop Suicide

41
Q

What is the best stress app?

A

iBreathe

42
Q

What is the best addiction app?

A

Quit That!

43
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What is the best anxiety app?

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MindShift CBT