• 1. is sometimes referred to as paranoia;
A) mood disorder
B) anxiety disorder
C) neurotic
D) mental disorder
E) Delusional disorder
  • 2. A person who needs to affirm his/her power will provoke a weaker other in order to escalate into a conflict he/she is confident he/she can win.
A) Substitution
B) undoing
C) Repression
D) Reaction Formation
E) Provocation or Free-floating
  • 3. coleciphobia
A) fear of frog
B) fear of water
C) fear of snakes
D) fear of mice
E) fear of worms
  • 4. It refers to the act of blaming a person or group of people for conditions not of their making.
A) Aggression
B) Displaced Aggression
C) Scapegoating
D) Escape
  • 5. refers to depression, usually accompanied by guilt, feelings of inferiority, and anxiety.
A) Depressive Reaction
B) Obsessive-Compulsive Reaction
C) Manic-Depressive Reaction
D) Schizophrenic Reaction
E) Phobic Reaction
  • 6. is a psychological disorder that involves excessive levels of negative emotions, such as nervousness, tension, worry, fright, and anxiety. It is a generalized feeling of apprehension, fear, or tension that may be associated with a particular object or situation or may be free-floating, not associated with anything specific.
A) anxiety disorder
B) Reality Anxiety
C) Social Anxiety Disorder
D) Neurotic Anxiety
E) Moral Anxiety
  • 7. class of sleep disorder that cause abnormal movements and behaviors during sleep.
A) parasomnias
B) insomnia
C) narcolepsy
D) sleep apnea
E) restless leg syndrome
  • 8. formerly known as manic-depression, there are swings in mood from elation(extreme happiness) with no discernable external cause.
A) Anxiety disorder
B) Delusional disorder
C) Mood Disorder
D) Depressive Disorder
E) Bipolar Disorder
  • 9. hallucinates and delusions which are also thre symptoms of this type of schizophrenia.
A) catatonic schizophrenia
B) undifferentiated schizophrenia
C) paranoid schizophrenia
D) disorganized schizophrenia
E) residual schizophrenia
  • 10. It refers to any response made with the intent of harming some person or objects. The intentional infliction may be a physical or psychological harm.
A) Aggression
B) Escape
C) Displaced Aggression
D) Scapegoating
  • 11. people with schizophrenia often have the sensation that there are things like bugs or insects crawling across their skin.
A) tactile
B) olfactory
C) auditory
D) visual
E) command
  • 12. the patient may show excessive, unwarranted excitement or silliness, carrying jokes to far. They may also show poor judgment and recklessness and may be argumentative.
A) Major Depressive Disorder
B) Depressive Episode
C) Manic Phase
D) Recurrent
E) Single Episodes
  • 13. this delusion is the belief that others control you. The individual may believe that his or her thoughts are being controlled or influenced from outside him or her.
A) Grandiose Type
B) Delusions of Reference
C) Delusion of Control
D) Delusions of Self-accusation
E) Persecutory Type
  • 14. this mental illness interferes with an individuals ability to regulate emotion.
A) avoidant disorder
B) obsessive-compulsive disorder
C) paranoid personality disorder
D) schizoid disorder
E) borderline personality disorder
  • 15. patients with this disorder often become very worried about their health because the doctors are unable to find a cause for their health problems.
A) somatoform disorder
B) dissociative disorder
C) sleep disorder
D) schizophrenia
E) personality disorder
  • 16. refers to intense, irrational fear of specific objects or events that may have a symbolic significance on the afflicted individual.
A) Schizophrenic Reaction
B) Schizophrenic Reaction
C) Manic-Depressive Reaction
D) Depressive Reaction
E) Phobic Reaction
  • 17. Abnormalities in the functioning of brain regions that control perception and thinking may be linked to the formation of delusional.
A) Biological
B) Genetic
C) Environmental/Psychological
D) none of these
E) all of these
  • 18. A person who is acting out desires may do it in spite of his/her consicience or may do it with relatively little thought.
A) Altruism
B) Aim Inhibition
C) Attack
D) Acting out
E) Avoidance
  • 19. It is a class of functional mental disorder involving distress but neither delusions nor hallucinations, whereby behavior is not outside social accepted norms.
A) psychosis
B) anxiety disorder
C) Schizophrenia
D) mental disorder
E) neurosis
  • 20. When we become stressed or tension is caused, a number of negative emotions may start to build, including anger, frustration, fear, jealousy and so on.
A) Idealization
B) Identification
C) Fight-or-Flight Reaction
D) Emotionality
E) Fantasy or Day Dreaming
  • 21. is an extended pattern of depressed episodes.
A) Manic Phase
B) Single Episodes
C) Major Depressive Disorder
D) Depressive Episode
E) Recurrent
  • 22. refers to a sexual desire towards the opposite sex, this is a normal sexual behavior, socially and medically acceptable.
A) bisexual
B) hypoxyphilia
C) heterosexual
D) homosexual
E) transexualism
  • 23. is a distress caused by the individual's inner characteristic that impedes progress toward a goal.
A) anxiety
B) Interna Frustration
C) Physical Obstacles
D) External Frustration
E) Personal Shortcomings
  • 24. usually lies in a persons having immediate relatives with a history of schizophrenia or other psychiatric disease.
A) substance abuse cause
B) social cause
C) genetic cause
D) prenatal cause
E) environmental cause
  • 25. Single episodes depression is like major depression only it strikes in one dramatic episodes.
A) Major Depressive Disorder
B) Single Episodes
C) Depressive Episode
D) Recurrent
E) Manic Phase
  • 26. it is believed that there are internal parasites in the body, or that a certain part of the body is ugly or not functioning properly. Self-mutilation can take place to free the body from the parasites.
A) Grandiose Type
B) Erotomanic Type
C) Mixed Type
D) Somatic Type
E) Persecutory Type
  • 27. refers to a form of sexual perversion in which the infliction of pain on another is necessary or sometimes the sole factor in sexual enjoyment.
A) frottage
B) uranism
C) masochism
D) sadism
E) sodomy
  • 28. it is the involuntary muscle spasm at the entrance to the vagina that prevents penetration and sexual intercourse
A) female orgasmic disorder
B) dyspareunia
C) frigidity
D) vaginismus
E) sexual eversion disorder
  • 29. The individual may also believe that he or she has s special relationship with a prominent person such as being the adviser to the president, or that he or she is the prominent person. In this case the actual person is considered the impostor.
A) Persecutory Type
B) Jealous Type
C) Grandiose Type
D) Mixed Type
E) Unspecified Type
  • 30. we simply find ways of avoiding having to face uncomfortable situations, things of activities. The discomfort, for example, may come from unconcious sexual or aggressive impulses.
A) Avoidance
B) Altruism
C) Acting out
D) Attack
E) Aim Inhibition
  • 31. refers to disorder in which, under stress, one loses the integration of consciousness, identity, and memories of important personal events.
A) dissociative disorder
B) personality disorder
C) sleep disorder
D) schizophrenia
E) somatoform disorder
  • 32. impulse to twirl and pull hair.
A) kleptomania
B) pyromania
C) intermittent
D) unspecified disorder
E) trichotillomania
  • 33. are the sum total of ways in which people deal with minor to major stress and trauma.
A) Source of Frustration
B) Hypothesis of Catharsis
C) Defense mechanism
D) Frustration induced criminality
E) Coping mechanism
  • 34. These are unconcious psychological strategies brought into play by various entities to cope with reality and to maintain self-image.
A) Hypothesis of Catharsis
B) Defense mechanism
C) Coping mechanism
D) Frustration induced criminality
E) Source of Frustration
  • 35. People with this condition have feelings of terror that strike suddenly and repeatedly with no warning.
A) Phobias
B) Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
C) Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
D) Generalized Anxiety Disorder
E) Panic Disorder
  • 36. It refers to the shifting of actions from a desired target to a substitute target when there are some reasons why the first target is not permitted or not available.
A) Compensation
B) Dissociation
C) Conversion
D) denial
E) Displacement
  • 37. Mental illnesses may be associated with the brain, but they have more in common with other bodily illnesses than they do differences.
A) psychosis
B) mental disorder
C) neurosis
D) anxiety disorder
E) Schizophrenia
  • 38. are disorders related to a particular phase of the sexual response cycle.
A) female orgasmic disorder
B) sexual dysfunction
C) sexual disorder
D) male orgasmic disorder
E) human cycle disorder
  • 39. refers to sexual relatioOns between persons who, by reason of blood relationship cannot legally marry.
A) necrophilia
B) gerontophilia
C) incest
D) zoophilia
E) pedophilia
  • 40. A person acting under this delusional theme could be considered dangerous, for example if the individual tries to "defend" himself or herself against another individual who he or she believes is referring to them.
A) Erotomanic Type
B) Delusions of Self-accusation
C) Persecutory Type
D) Delusion of Control
E) Delusions of Reference
  • 41. refers to fear that instincts will get out of control and cause the person to do something for which he or she will be punished.
A) anxiety disorder
B) Social Anxiety Disorder
C) Neurotic Anxiety
D) Reality Anxiety
E) Moral Anxiety
  • 42. the ff are the symptoms of an Anxiety Disorder, except?
A) none of these
B) cold or sweaty hands and/or feet
C) uncontrollable, obsessive thoughts,
D) feelings of panic, fear, and uneasiness,
E) thoughts or flashbacks of traumatic experiences,
  • 43. displays a high level of social discomfort, timidity, and fear of criticism.
A) borderline personality disorder
B) avoidant disorder
C) narcissistic disorder
D) paranoid personality disorder
E) anti social personality disorder
  • 44. the central theme of the delusion is that the individual is being conspired against, spied on, followed, poisoned, cheated, harassed or obstructed.
A) Persecutory Type
B) Erotomanic Type
C) Unspecified Type
D) Grandiose Type
E) Somatic Type
  • 45. lack of empathy or conscience, a difficulty controlling impulses and manipulative behaviors.
A) histrionic disorder
B) narcissistic disorder
C) paranoid personality disorder
D) anti social personality disorder
E) avoidant disorder
  • 46. was previously used to described a number of observable phenomena including delirium associated with fever, delusional jealousy and being overly suspicious.
A) paranoia
B) mental disorder
C) Delusional disorder
D) mood disorder
E) anxiety disorder
  • 47. In this case the person believes that others action, or specific occurrences, refer to him or her. Such a person may belief that group of friends who are innocently talking to each other about sports may be referring to him or her.
A) Grandiose Type
B) Unspecified Type
C) Persecutory Type
D) Erotomanic Type
E) Mixed Type
  • 48. fear of dolls
A) pyrophobia
B) philophobia
C) gamophobia
D) pediophobia
E) phobopobia
  • 49. coulrophobia
A) fear of halloween
B) fear of cold
C) fear of clowns
D) fear of ants
E) fear of zombies
  • 50. major disturbances in one's condition or emotion, such as depression and mania. Its is otherwise known as affective disorder.
A) Delusional disorder
B) Anxiety disorder
C) Depressive Disorder
D) Bipolar Disorder
E) Mood Disorder
  • 51. This delusion is associated with intense feelings of guilt and remorse, and could be regarded as the extreme opposite of the grandiose delusion, where the individual replaces feeling of saving the world with the delusional belief that the world is coming to an end.
A) Somatic Type
B) Persecutory Type
C) Delusion of Control
D) Delusions of Self-accusation
E) Delusions of Reference
  • 52. abnormal condition of the mind, and is a generic psychiatric term for a mental state often described as involving a "loss of contact with reality".
A) Schizophrenia
B) psychosis
C) neurosis
D) anxiety disorder
E) mental disorder
  • 53. the ff are the phases for human sexual response cycle, EXCEPT?
A) excitement
B) erectile
C) plateau
D) resolution
E) orgasmic
  • 54. The symptoms of psychosis are the following: except?
A) Schizophrenic Reaction
B) Involution Reaction
C) Affective Reaction
D) Manic-Depressive Reaction
E) Depressive Reaction
  • 55. is a condition that can develop following a traumatic and/or terrifying event, such as a sexual or physical assault, the unexpected death of a loved one, or a natural disaster.
A) Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
B) Panic Disorder
C) Generalized Anxiety Disorder
D) phobias
E) Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • 56. the central theme of the delusion is that the individual's spouses or lover is being unfaithful.
A) Erotomanic Type
B) Jealous Type
C) Somatic Type
D) Mixed Type
E) Grandiose Type
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