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Psychopath. Ch 14-16

Psychopathology SW-305 Union University

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Which one of the following is not recognized in the DSM-5 as an alcohol related disorder? Alcohol dependence
Which one of the following non-substance-related addictive disorders is included in the DSM-5? Gambling
The diagnosis of substance _____ is given when a person uses a drug without a legitimate medical need to do so. Use
When assessing for the substance-related disorders, it is helpful to explore: (Route of administration, Duration of effects, Use of multiple substances) All of the above
The following drugs are prescribed for short-term relief of severe, debilitating anxiety & may be abused when not used as directed: Benzodiazepines
These drugs, also known as speed or pep pills, are central nervous system stimulants that are usually synthetically made in illegal labs. Amphetamines
Hallucinogen persisting perception disorder is commonly referred to as Flashbacks
The diagnostic criteria for hallucinogen use disorder follows the same guidelines as for other substance-related disorders with one exception. Which does not support hallucinogen use disorder? Withdrawal
All of the ten classes of substances listed in the DSM-5 follow guidelines for a substance use disorder with the exception of one. Which substance or class of substances is not associated with a substance use disorder? Caffeine
_____ are a chemically diverse group of psychoactive substances that includes a variety of substances found in common household products. Inhalants
The substance use disorders include the following criteria except Polysubstance dependence
Abner Smith. 73yrs. difficulty remembering & concentrating last 3 yrs., depressed & anxious. wife died & has lived alone. Jake, his son, found food left on stove unattended, father wandering neighborhood as if lost. He forgets names of family. diagnosis? Neurocognitive disorder due to Alzheimer's disease
Kenny. new job in new town far from 72 yr. father, who lives alone, is very confused, & is bowel & bladder incontinent. Suffered a mild stroke several yrs ago, & left areas of brain damage. signs of neurological impairment. most likely diagnosis? Vascular neurocognitive disorder
The clinical picture of neurocognitive disorder due to Alzheimer's disease, includes all of the following symptoms, except Sudden onset
The majority of people who experience a episode of delirium Usually recover within several days or weeks after the causative factor is eliminated
Edna says mom, Hilda, 75 yrs. Increasingly irritable/reclusive last 4-5 yrs. Believes children plot to steal her house & savings. Unable to care for self, can't cook own meals, dress self, clean home. Forgets address, ph. #, & children's names. diagnosis? Neurocognitive disorder due to Alzheimer's disease
The DSM-5 distinguishes between mild neurocognitive disorder and major neurocognitive disorder based on Whether or not the cognitive impairment is sufficient to interfere with independent completion of the activities of daily living
Perry has strict schedule every day. everything perfect, in place, & organized. follows all rules & regulations. no vacation in 10 yrs. Tremendous difficulty completing projects & getting reports done timely. Which best characterizes his personality type? Obsessive-compulsive
Jamie 19 yrs. Therapy court ordered. History of lying, stealing, selling drugs - physically attacked mother on several occasions. shows no remorse, is indifferent to others suffering. surly & irritable. blames others for problems w law. best diagnosis Antisocial personality disorder
Nancy. tendency to sexualize all relationships & displayed irrational emotional outbreaks to previous worker. one day "loved" her, next day "hated" her. Likes center of attn. Tendency of suggestibility, drama, & chaotic behavior. diagnosis? Borderline personality disorder
Barry 28 yrs, shy. Dropped out of high schl, isolated, no friends, no interest in dating. adequate intelligence. can't keep a job. lives at home w father. unmotivated, didn't get drivers lic, plays computer all day, reclusive, emotional aloof. diagnosis? Schizoid personality disorder
According to the DSM-5, the ten personality disorders are divided into _____ clusters that are based on certain descriptive characteristics. 3
Cluster _____ personality disorders are characterized by odd and eccentric behaviors. Cluster A
A pervasive distrust and suspiciousness of others characterize _____ personality disorder, such that the motives of others are interpreted as malevolent, and hidden meanings are read into benign remarks. Paranoid
Which of the following personality disorders is most closely related to schizophrenia? Schizotypal
Which of the following personality disorders is best characterized by feelings of inadequacy, extreme sensitivity to negative remarks, and social inhibition? Avoidant
Cluster C personality disorders are characterized by _____ behaviors. Anxious and fearful
Cluster B personality disorders include all of the following except Paranoid
Created by: dbailey9