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1. It is a state of emotional, psychological and social wellness evidenced by satisfying interpersonal relationships, effective behavior and coping, positive self concept, and emotional stability is called MENTAL HEALTH 2. Criteria to diagnose mental disorders are the following except: IMPORTANT LOSS OF FREEDOM 3. The purpose of Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM IV / V) and reason for its uses are except : DISSATISFACTION WITH ONE’S PLACE IN THE WORLD 4. Behavior can be traced thru the involvement of the following physiological function: CNS and the neurotransmitters available TRUE 5. Chemical substance in the nervous system that facilitates the ransmission of nerve impulses (action potential) across the synapses between the neurons to evoke the next action potential. NEUROTRANSMITTERS 6. Regression and fixation are common terms in this theory. FREUD 7. Positive resolution were observed when the following are seen on the Theory of: Sense of self-worth Assertion of choice and will Environment encourages independence, leading to sense of pride ERICKSON
8. He believed that one’s personality involved more than individual characteristics particularly how one interacted with others.
9. A constant ongoing process that occurs along time continuum, beginning with birth and ending with death. (Smeltzer, 1992). It is also a continuous process of seeking harmony in an environment
10. A false sensory perception in the absence of external stimuli either:
11. What is the role of the brain in producing the fight-or-flight stress response? Select 2 options that apply.
12. A patient with depression mentions to the nurse, My mother says depression is a chemical disorder. What does she mean? The nurses response is based on the theory that depression primarily involves which of the following neurotransmitters?
13. The nurse is told that the client most likely has the diagnosis of obsessive-compulsive disorder. The nurse is not sure of the assessment data and behaviors that accompany this disorder. Which action would be most appropriate for the nurse to take?
14. The client has frequently presented to the clinic with multiple physical complaints. The multiple physical complaints would warrant the nurse to screen the client for:
15. the important component of Nurse-Patient Therapeutic relationships are , except:
16. A Therapeutic Phase of relationship where the objective is identification and resolution of the patient’s problems.

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