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Behavioral Sciences-USMLE Step 1

Behavioral Sciences-USMLE Step 1 - How does ceasation of...

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How do delusions, illusions, and hallucinations differ? What syndrome is characterized by sweating, insomnia, nausea, diarrhea, cramps, delirium, and general restless­ ness secondary to MAOI and SSRI in combination? What is the legal age to be deemed competent to make decisions? With what stage of sleep is enuresis associ­ ated? When more than one explanation can account for the end result, what form of bias occurs? Increased levels of what neurotransmitter, in the hippocampus, decrease the likelihood of learned helpless­ ness? How does ceasation of barbiturate use affect sleep? What type of correlation com­ pares two ordinal variables? What syndrome is characterized by bilateral medial temporal lobe lesion, placidity, hypero­ rality, hypersexu­ ality, hyperreactivity to visual stimuli, and visual agnosia?
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What is the term for having fantasies or dressing in female clothes for sexual arousal by heterosexual men? What disorder is described as having Unconscious symptoms with unconscious mo­ tivation? What disorder is described as having Conscious symptoms with conscious motiv­ ation? What disorder is described as having Conscious symptoms with unconscious mo­ tivation? What is the term for the ability of a test to measure something consi­ stently? What cerebral vessel size is affected in patients with vascular dementia? What is the name of the program that deals with codependency and enabling behaviors for family members of alcohol abusers? What level of mental retardation is characterized by Needing a highly structured environment with constant supervi­ sion? What level of mental retardation is characterized by Having the ability to communicate and learn basic habits but training is usually not
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What level of mental retardation is characterized by Being self- supportive with minimal guidance and able to be gainfully employed (includes 85% of the mentally What level of mental retardation is characterized by Can work in sheltered works­ hops and learn simple tasks but need supervision? Name these immature defense mechanisms: Taking others' beliefs, thoughts, and external stimuli and making them part of the self. (Hint: if it's done consciously, it is Name these immature defense mechanisms: Returning to an earlier stage of development (e.g., enuresis) Name these immature defense mechanisms: Inability to remember a known fact (aware of forgetting) Name these immature defense mechanisms: Psychic feelings converted to physical symptoms What is the term for ejaculation before or immediately after vaginal penetration on a regular basis? At what stage of cognitive develo­ pment (according to Piaget) do children See death as irreversible? At what stage of cognitive develo­ pment (according to Piaget) do children Have abstract thinking?
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At what stage of cognitive develo­ pment (according to Piaget) do children Lack law of conservation and be egocentric?
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