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1

a diagnosable psychiatric condition can not be what?

caused by a physical ailment

2

what is an axis I evaluation?

clinical disorders and other conditions that may be the focus of clinical attention

3

what is an axis II eval?

personality disorders and mental retardation: considered more long standing

4

what is an axis III eval?

general medical conditions: it may be causative, the result of a mental disorder or unrelated

5

what is an axis IV eval?

psychosocial stressors and environmental stressors: contribute to development or exacerbation of the disorder

6

what is an axis V eval?

global assessment of functioning scale: includes occupational, social and psychological functioning

7

what is freud's "eros" drive?

creative
sex

8

what is freud's "thanatos" drive?

destructive
aggression

9

what are freud's psychosexual phases?

oral -1yr
anal -3yr
phallic -6yr
latency -12yr
genital -death

10

what is the crisis of the oral stage?

weaning

11

what is the crisis of the anal stage?

toilet training (become anal expulsive-messy, or anal-retentive-clean)

12

what is the crisis of the phallic stage?

castration anxiety causes them to focus their attention on women other than their mother

13

what is the crisis of the latency stage?

developing defense mechanisms

14

what is the crisis of the genital stage?

reaching full sexual development

15

which part of the mind is responsible for "keeping the peace" between the ID and the SUPEREGO?

ego

16

which part of the mind dominates in ppl who are impulsive?

the id

17

which part of the mind dominates in ppl who are overly controlled?

superego

18

what is a defense mechanism?

unconcious strategies the mind uses to protect itself from anxiety by denying and distorting reality in some way

19

what is the problem with personality disorders?

they are unwilling to part with their defense mechanisms (because they have worked)-use these mechanisms to extremes

20

what is repression?

putting feelings out of conscious awarenesss

21

what is reaction formation?

going to the polar opposite of doing what you intend to do-being homosexual in a conservative setting someone could become anti-gay

22

what is projection?

what is inside of you is projected onto other ppl. what you see in other ppl is what you don't like inside yourself

23

what is displacement?

placing anxieties on other ppl

24

what are potential adverse side effects of tricyclics?

change in blood pressure
urinary retention
erectile dysfunction

25

what are potential adverse side effects of MAOI's?

change in blood pressure

26

what are the potential adverse side effects of antipsychotics?

urinary retention
erectile dysfunction

27

what GAF score is considered symptomless?

81-100

28

what GAF score is considered a danger to oneself or others?

0-20

29

which scale is used for tracking social progress?

SOFAS

30

which scale is used to evaluate defense mechanisms?

DFS

31

which scale is used to measure symptoms?

Brief Psychicatric Rating Scale

32

which scale is used to rate severity of depression?

Hamilton Rating Scale HAM-D or HAM-A
Beck Depression Inventory (BDI)-good reliablity

33

which scale is used in schizophrenic patients?

Scales for the Assessment of Pos and Neg Sxs (SAPS, SANS)

34

on the Beck scale, which score indicates depression?

scores over 17-20

35

on the Beck anxiety scale, which score indicates strong anxiety?

36-63

36

which scale gives good personality inventory?

MN multiphasic personality inventory (good reliability and validity)