Flashcards in Introduction to Psychiatry 2 Deck (24):
The DSM-5 is the diagnostic criteria associated with the diagnosis of mental disorders created by the American Psychiatric Association. What two things are used together for complete diagnosis?
Psychiatric examination and psychological testing
What type of test is used to interpret an individuals dynamics, behavior, cognitive functioning, thoughts, attitudes, decision making processes, and to identify psychopathology?
What type of personality testing is composed of ambiguous and vague tasks that asks the patient to provide meaning? The meaning is suspected to be the individuals repressed issues.
Subjective or Protective measurements
Hermann Rorschach created with test to determine a personality construct and the process by which an individual process their environment?
Ink Blot Test
In the ink blot test, the patient's responses are compared to what?
The popular standard responses
With regards to the ink blot test, what is the relationship between the popular stand response and a less similar patient response?
The greater the likelihood of psychopathology
The Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) was created by Christina Morgan and Henry Murray. This test reveals personality features, drive, and emotion and motivations by having the patient create what in response to 10 stimulus cards?
Patient creates a story
The incomplete sentence blank test asks the test taker to complete the sentence. The response is suspected to be what?
Repressed material of the patient
Minnestoa Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 personality test. This test uses 566 True or False statements about what?
Minnestoa Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 personality test. What scale is sensitive to whether the person tries to deliberately present themselves in an unlikely favorable light?
The (L)i.e. scale
Minnestoa Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 personality test. What scale detects deviant or atypical responses?
The (F) Infrequency scale
Minnestoa Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 personality test. What scale is sensitive to individuals who either try or deny psychopathology and present themselves in an unlikely light or have a need to exaggerate psychopathology?
The (K) Supressor scale
Simon and Binet constructed the first _ measure.
William Stern developed what quotient? This is the calculation of Mental Age divide by Chronological Age x 100.
Intelligence Quotient or IQ
Standford-Binet Test. What type of reasoning measures verbal knowledge and understanding obtained from school and home?
Standford-Binet Test. What type of reasoning measures numerical reasoning, concentration, and knowledge and application of numerical concepts?
Standford-Binet Test. What type of processing measures the ability to visual patterns, visual or motor skills, and problem-solving?
Standford-Binet Test. What type of memory is associated with concentration skills, short-term memory and sequencing skills?
Short Term and Working Memory
What type of testing assess cognitive functioning and clarifies how changes in the brain structure and function affect behavior?
Bender Visual Motor Gestalt. This test assess what type of maturation? What type of impairment?
Assess perceptual maturation. Neurological impairment.
Bender Visual Retention. Assess what type of perception? What type of memory?
Visual perception. Visual memory.
Biopsychosocial Treatment Plan.
Psychological Treatment Plan
Addresses Psychological issues.