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Question 51Select the psychiatric disorder that occurs most commonly in patients hospitalized for medical problems and surgery.A.DepressionB.AdjustmentC.BipolarD.Anxiety
Question 52What is the primary goal of data collection during the psychiatric interview?A.To obtain the family’s perception of the patient’s health and illnessB.To explain the provider’s perception of the patient’s health and illnessC.To obtain the patient’s perception of their health and illnessD.To obtain statistics regarding the patient’s health and illness
Question 53Select the criteria in DSM-5 to diagnose a child with major depressive disorder.A.At least three symptoms including suicidal thoughts for three weeksB.At least five symptoms including violence toward others for three weeksC.At least three symptoms excluding substance abuse for two weeksD.At least five symptoms including irritable mood for two weeks
Question 54Behavioral theories hypothesize anxiety is:A.A conditioned response to a specific environmental stimulusB.The person’s feelings of living in a purposeless universeC.The result of psychic conflict between ID and EGOD.A result of an unconscious memory
Question 55What is the recommended duration of treatment with psychopharmacology of panic disorder once treatment becomes effective?A.4-6 weeksB.1-2 monthsC.3-7 monthsD.8-12 months
Question 56Select the two most effective treatments for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in children and adolescents.A.SSRI antidepressantsB.SNRI antidepressantsC.Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)D.Parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT)
Question 57Select the mood disorder in which diagnosis requires symptoms present for at least two years.A.Major depressionB.DysthymiaC.Bipolar IID.Cyclothymia
Question 58Select the youngest age range at which alarm therapy is effective to treat enuresis.A.11 to 12B.9 to 10C.6 to 7D.5 to 6
Question 59Select the rating scale used to assess children and adolescents for ADHD.

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