PSYC 620 Quiz Mood Disorders

PSYC 620 Quiz: Mood Disorders and Psychotic Disorders

Module 3: Week 3 — Module 4: Week 4

  1. Which of the following categories of family problems occur during the post-episode phase of bipolar disorder?
  2. A person may attempt to escape from feelings of hopelessness and fatigue by taking a long nap in the middle of the afternoon. This is an example of:
  3. Which of the following have been found to be risk factors of relapse into bipolar disorder?
  4. Which of the following techniques does a therapist use in Cognitive Therapy for depression to elicit automatic thoughts?
  5. When trying to identify the contingencies that control behavior, the therapist and the patient should identify which of the following characteristics of behavior?
  6. In accordance with the Behavioral Activation model of depression, a patient who reports that their mood is not changing after engaging in increasing exercise of the past two weeks is evidence that:
  7. Which of the following are covered during the psychoeducation phase of Family- Functional Therapy for bipolar disorder?
  8. Which of the following is NOT one of the objectives for Family-Functional Therapy for bipolar disorder?
  9. Which of the following are common themes of delusions?
  10. In Behavioral Activation for depression, the therapist should engage in a functional analysis of the depression by investigating which of the following?
  11. The lifetime prevalence estimate for Major Depressive Disorder in the United States is:
  12. is a structured, brief psychosocial approach that aims to alleviate depression by focusing directly on behavior change.
  13. Which of the following is NOT one of the four main types of modes identified by Young and colleagues.
  14. Which of the following is a positive symptom of schizophrenia?
  15. Which of the following associated features of schizophrenia need to be considered as potential difficulties in treating schizophrenia?
  16. Disorders of thought in schizophrenia are inferred from disruption and disorganization of language.
  17. Most psychiatrists often use different phases of drug treatment for bipolar disorders. Which of the following is NOT one of the phases of drug treatment?
  18. Which schema involves excessive surrendering of control to others because one feels coerced?
  19. The Family-Focused Treatment for bipolar disorder targets which of the following psychosocial factors linked to the disorder with poor outcome?
  20. A ______________ is a cognitive structure for screening, coding, and evaluating the stimuli that impinge on the person.
  21. Which of the following problem-solving strategies can be used in Behavioral Activation for depression?
  22. Major Depressive Disorder is associated with which of the following:
  23. Which of the following describe differences between a hypomanic and a manic episode?
  24. Psychologists have found that the link between intention and behavior is modest, and while people may have good intentions they fail to act upon them. Therapists who utilize Behavioral Activation for depression consider ways to help their patients maximize success. Which of the following do therapists utilize in Behavioral Activation to help increase chances of success?
  25. Research studies have found that a sizeable group of patients choose not to continue long-term pharmacotherapy for depression when:
  26. CBTp appears to have little effect in reducing __________ in schizophrenia?
  27. Which of the following are reasons that people often stop taking their medication for bipolar disorder?
  28. Which of the following are common clinical strategies that underlie all variants of CBTp for schizophrenia?
  29. Which of the following are coping mechanisms in the CBTp treatment for schizophrenia?
  30. During the prodromal phase of treatment for schizophrenia, the treatment aim is to:
  31. Behavioral Activation therapists help depressed patients to increase activities that bring greater reward and to solve important problems.
  32. Which of the following describe differences between children and adults with bipolar disorder?
  33. Schizophrenia is a serious mental illness that is characterized by positive symptoms of hallucinations, delusions, and disorders of thought.
  34. Which schema involves the perceived unreliability of those available for support and connection?
  35. Which of the following may be used to disprove delusional and inappropriate beliefs?
  36. A depressed woman whose husband comes home late one night may conclude that he is having an affair with another woman. This type of cognitive error is called:
  37. Bipolar disorder most often occurs with other conditions. Which of the following psychological disorders have the highest correlation with mania/hypomania?
  38. In Behavioral Activation for depression, the behaviors that are of the most interest are:
  39. _ is a process whereby patients with schizophrenia restrict the range and content of their attention.
  40. Which of the following is NOT one of the characteristics of Bipolar Disorder?
  41. Which of the following is NOT one of the common behavioral techniques used in Cognitive Therapy for Depression.
  42. The evidence for CBTp reducing negative symptoms of schizophrenia in chronic, partially remitted patients is good.
  43. A frequently bizarre, strongly held conviction that which often involves a misinterpretation of perception or experience is:
  44. The most common type of hallucinations in persons with schizophrenia are:
  45. The cognitive triad for depression includes which of the following?
  46. Which one is NOT one of the commonly associated schemas with a person who exhibits the Impulsive/Undisciplined Child mode?
  47. A therapist working from a Behavioral Activation framework would be more concerned about which of the following:
  48. Which of the following are covered during the Communication Enhancement Training of Family-Functional Therapy?
  49. Which of the following is NOT one of the activities for Behavioral Activation for Depression?
  50. Behavioral Activation has been found to be comparable to the full Cognitive Therapy package in both acute efficacy and prevention of relapse for depression over a 2-year follow-up.
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