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It is an abnormal mental condition or disorder associated with significant distress and/or


dysfunction.
a) Down syndrome
b) Tourette’s syndrome
c) Mental illness
d) Adjustment disorder

2. People with ________________ have feelings of terror that strike suddenly and repeatedly
with no warning.
a) Adjustment disorder
b) Obsessive-compulsive disorder
c) Panic disorder
d) Post-traumatic stress disorder

3. Anything that causes a great deal of stress in the person’s life.


a) Mental illness
b) Panic disorder
c) Stressor
d) Obsessive-compulsive disorder

4. A debilitating condition that follows a terrifying event.


a) Compulsion
b) Obsession
c) Post-traumatic stress disorder
d) Adjustment disorder

5. People with _________________ consume large amounts of food and then rid their bodies of
the excess calories by vomiting, abusing laxatives or diuretics, taking enemas, or exercising
obsessively.
a) Panic disorder
b) Obsession
c) Bulimia nervosa
d) Binge eating

6. All are kinds of mood disorders, except:


a) Anorexia Nervosa
b) Bipolar disorder
c) Cyclothymic disorder
d) Dysthymic disorder

7. Statement one: A depressed mood caused by substances is not considered as a major


depressive disorder.
Statement two: Typically the diagnosis of major depression is made if the person is grieving
over a significant loss in their lives.
a) True, True
b) True, False
c) False, False
d) False, True

8. It is a kind of mood disorder which is also known as manic depression.


a) Major Depressive Disorder
b) Dysthymic Disorder
c) Cyclothymic Disorder
d) Bipolar Disorder
9. It is a disorder characterized by the development of emotional or behavioral symptoms in
response to an identifiable stressor/s occurring within 3 months of the onset of the stressor
a) Adjustment Disorder

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b) Major Depressive Disorder
c) Bipolar Disorder
d) Dementia

10. The following are types of anxiety disorder, except:


a) Agoraphobia without history of panic disorder
b) Panic disorder
c) Bipolar disorder
d) Acute stress disorder

11. Statement one: An adjustment disorder can occur at any time during a person’s life and there
is a significant difference in the frequency of this disorder between males and females.
Statement two: An adjustment disorder is diagnosed by a mental professional through a
complex clinical interview.
a) True, True
b) True, False
c) False, False
d) False, True

12. Statement one: People with panic disorder have feelings of terror that strike suddenly and
repeatedly with no warning.
Statement two: When a panic attack strikes, least likely one’s heart pounds and he may feel
sweaty, weak, faint, or dizzy.
a) True, True
b) True, False
c) False, False
d) False, True

13. It is a chronic and exaggerated worry and tension, even though nothing seems to provoke it.
a) Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
b) Obsessions
c) Compulsions
d) Generalized Anxiety Disorder

14. A person who suffers from this disorder is typically characterized by their refusal to maintain a
body weight which is consistent with their build, age and height.
a) Obsessive-compulsive Disorder
b) Asperger’s Disorder
c) Conduct Disorder
d) Anorexia Nervosa

15. Statement one: The anxiety, worry, or physical symptoms of people who suffer from PTSD
cause clinically insignificant distress of impairment in social, occupational, or other important
areas of functioning.
Statement two: The anxiety, worry, or physical symptoms of people who suffer from
Generalized Anxiety Disorder cause clinically insignificant distress of impairment in social,
occupational, or other important areas of functioning.
a) True, True
b) True, False
c) False, False
d) False, True

16. Statement one: A person who suffers from a major depressive order must either have a
depressed mood or a loss of interest or pleasure in daily activities consistently for at least a 2
week period.
Statement two: Social, occupational, educational or other important functioning must also be
negatively impaired by the change in mood

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a) True, True
b) True, False
c) False, False
d) False, True

17. It is a disorder which is characterized by an overwhelming yet chronic state of depression,


exhibited by a depressed mood for most of the days, for more days than not, for at least 2
years.
a) Major Depressive Disorder
b) Dysthymic Disorder
c) Cyclothymic Disorder
d) Bipolar Disorder

18. A type of schizophrenia where a person feels extremely suspicious, persecuted, grandiose, of
experiences a combination of these emotions.
a) Paranoid schizophrenia
b) Disorganized schizophrenia
c) Catatonic schizophrenia
d) Residual schizophrenia

19. This disorder is characterized by the presence of non-bizarre delusions which have persisted
for at least one month.
a) Major Depressive Disorder
b) Dysthymic Disorder
c) Cyclothymic Disorder
d) Delusional Disorder

20. Statement one: Schizophrenia is characterized by the presence of non-bizarre delusions which
have persisted for at least one month.
Statement two: Non-bizarre delusions typically are beliefs of something occurring in a person’s
life which is not out of the realm of possibility.

a) True, True
b) True, False
c) False, False
d) False, True

21. The type of schizophrenia where a person is often incoherent but may not have delusions.
a) Paranoid schizophrenia
b) Disorganized schizophrenia
c) Catatonic schizophrenia
d) Residual schizophrenia

22. The type of schizophrenia where a person is no longer delusion or hallucinating, but has no
motivation or interest in life. This can be most devastating.
a) Paranoid schizophrenia
b) Disorganized schizophrenia
c) Catatonic schizophrenia
d) Residual schizophrenia

23. Brief Psychotic Disorder is characterized by the presence of one or more of the following
symptoms, except:
a) Delusions
b) Hallucinations
c) All of the above
d) None of the foregoing

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24. The type of schizophrenia where a person is withdrawn, mute, negative and often assumes
very unusual postures.
a) Paranoid schizophrenia
b) Disorganized schizophrenia
c) Catatonic schizophrenia
d) Residual schizophrenia

25. Statement one: The term insanity, sometimes used colloquially as a synonym for mental illness
or irrationality, is used technically as a legal term.
Statement two: Mental illnesses have been linked to both biological and psychosocial causes.
a) True, True
b) True, False
c) False, False
d) False, True

26. Statement one: The individual who suffers from anorexia nervosa usually experiences an
intense and overwhelming fear of gaining weight or becoming fat.
Statement two: The individual suffering from anorexia nervosa believes that their weight,
shape and size is directly related to how good they feel about themselves and their worth as a
human being.
a) True, True
b) True, False
c) False, False
d) False, True

27. It is the recurrent pulling out of one’s hair resulting in noticeable hair loss. It refers to
someone’s pleasure, gratification or relief when pulling out the hair.
a) Delirium
b) Dementia
c) Trichotillomania
d) Tourette’s syndrome

28. These are delusions that one person has some physical defect or general medical condition
a) Erotomanic type
b) Grandiose type
c) Somatic type
d) Jealous type

29. These are delusions of inflated worth, power, knowledge, identity or special relationship to a
deity or famous person.
a) Erotomanic type
b) Grandiose type
c) Somatic type
d) Jealous type

30. These are delusions that the individual’s sexual partner is unfaithful.
a) Erotomanic type
b) Grandiose type
c) Somatic type
d) Jealous type