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1

10 Experiences that Affect ACE Scores

Physical abuse
Emotional abuse
Sexual abuse
Physical neglect
Emotional neglect
Depression
Drugs
Divorce/separation
Domestic violence
Delinquency

2

Which of the following is an SSRI?
Buproprion
Fluoxetine
Duloxetine
Citalopram

Citalopram

3

What medication would be best with a patient with Major Depression & wants to quit smoking

Buproprion

4

Define Malingering

Feigning medical illness motivated by secondary gain

5

First Line Medication for OCD

Paroxetine (Prozac)

6

Symptoms of Nicotine Withdrawal

Intense craving for nicotine
Tension
Irritability
Difficulty concentrating
Drowsiness
Decreased HR & BP
Increased appetite
Decreased motor performance

7

Pupils of an Opioid Intoxication

Constricted

8

Clinical Effects of Opioids

Euphoria
Analgesia
Respiratory depression
Constipation
Sedation
Psychomotor retardation
Decrease pulse
Decreased BP

9

Symptoms of Amphetamine Abuse

Paranoia
Agitation
Visual hallucinations
"Meth mouth"
Bruxism
Dental erosion from acidity of meth fumes

10

What medication lowers the threshold for seizure activity and should not be used in the treatment of bulimia?

Wellbutrin

11

Which of the following personality disorders fall into cluster A?
Schizoid
Antisocial
Borderline
Narcissistic

Schizoid

12

Psychopharmacology of ASD & PTSD

SSRIs
TCAs
MOAIs
Benzodiazipines

13

Psychotherapy for ASD & PTSD

CBT
EMDR

14

Treatment of OCD

SSRIs
CBT

15

Drugs not to provide for Anorexia Nervosa Patients

Buproprion
TCAs
MAOIs

16

Treatment of Bulimia

Fluoxetine

17

Which medication is not used to treat bipolar disorder?
Lithium
Valproate
Quetiapine
Escitalopram
Carbamazapine

Escitalopram

18

Signs/Symptoms of Mania

D: distractibility
I: indiscretion
G: grandiosity
F: flight of ideas
A: activity (increased)
S: sleep deficit
T: talkativeness

19

Positive Symptoms of Schizophrenia

Delusions
Hallucinations

20

Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia

Affective flattening
Poverty of speech
Blocking
Poor grooming
Lack of motivation
Anhedonia
Social withdrawal

21

True or False
The patient with schizoaffective disorder will only have psychotic symptoms during mood symptoms.

False

22

True or False
By definition, a bipolar patient who has hallucinations must be given a co-diagnosis of schizophrenia.

False

23

If schizophrenia is associated with elevated levels of dopamine, then what might be a common adverse effect of giving a medication that antagonizes the effects of dopamine?
Tremors
Agitation
Grandiosity
Hallucination

Tremors