Which of the following is a depressive disorder involving chronic depression of less intensity than a major depressive disorder?

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  1. Which of the following is a disorder that primarily involves a significant disturbance in a person’s emotional state?
  2. osteoporosis
  3. autism
  4. spasticity
  5. depressive and bipolar disorder
  1. Which of the following is a symptom of major depressive disorder?
  2. elated mood most of the day
  3. increased interest in daily activities
  4. insomnia or hypersomnia
  5. reduced production of neurotransmitters
  1. During his tenure as a prosecutor, Larson had once helped to book an innocent man in a murder trial. Following this incident he lost his appetite leading to weight loss and developed insomnia. Of late he has also become dysphoric and has developed suicidal tendencies. Identify the disorder from which Larson is suffering.
  2. major depressive disorder
  3. autism
  4. bipolar disorder
  5. cyclothymic disorder
  1. Mary has been in a continual state of dysfunction that has kept her from feeling truly happy or well-adjusted. However, she has never had a full-blown depressive episode. Mary is most likely suffering from _____ disorder.
  2. cyclothymic
  3. dysthymic
  4. bipolar
  5. major depressive
  1. The overwhelming feeling of sadness a depressed person feels is referred to as
  2. euphoria.
  3. elation.
  4. dysphoria.
  5. ecstasy.
  1. Which of the following is a depressive disorder involving chronic depression of less intensity than a major depressive disorder?
  2. autism
  3. dysthymic disorder
  4. bipolar disorder
  5. cyclothymic disorder
  1. Bipolar disorder was formerly referred to as
  2. cyclothymic disorder.
  3. manic depression.
  4. euphoric-dysphoric disorder.
  5. affective psychosis.
  1. Jules has been suffering from a form of mood disorder. She experiences insomnia and feels low on energy at times and then at other times she seems to be very energetic and experiences a state of ecstasy. Identify the mood disorder affecting Jules.
  2. major depressive disorder
  3. bipolar disorder
  4. dysthymic disorder
  5. major depressive episode
  1. In order to be diagnosed with
  2. Bipolar II disorder one has to undergo one or more major depressive episodes.
  3. Bipolar I disorder the period of elated mood should be extreme.
  4. Bipolar II disorder one has to have at least one manic episode.
  5. Bipolar I disorder the period of depression should not be extreme.
  1. Clinicians are most likely to diagnose people who have four or more episodes of major depression, mania, hypomania, or mixed symptoms with
  2. rapid-cycling form of bipolar disorder.
  3. dysthymic disorder.
  4. major depressive disorder.
  5. hypothyroidism
  1. Which of the following is a less severe form of bipolar disorder?
  2. cyclothymic disorder
  3. rapid cycling
  4. dysthymic disorder
  5. major depressive disorder
  1. Based on numerous studies, comparing identical or monozygotic twins with fraternal or dizygotic twins, researcher’s concluded that genetic influences on major depressive disorder are in the range of
  2. 6 to 12 percent.
  3. 30 to 40 percent.
  4. 50 to 66 percent.
  5. 70 to 81 percent.
  6. Which of the following disorders exhibits the strongest pattern of genetic inheritance?
  7. major depressive disorder
  8. dysthymic disorder
  9. bipolar disorder
  10. dParkinson’s disease
  11. Which of the following is an effect of using SSRIs?
  12. It increases the level of serotonin in the body.
  13. It reduces the level of norepinephrine in the body.
  14. It cures sexual dysfunction.
  15. It keeps diabetes in check.
  16. It takes approximately _____ weeks for antidepressant medications to have an effect on a patient’s mood.
  17. 5 to 8
  18. 30 to 40
  19. 10 to 20
  20. 2 to 6
  21. The traditional treatment for bipolar disorder is
  22. cortisol.
  23. hydrocortisone.
  24. collagen.
  25. lithium carbonate.
  26. _____ are the daily variations that regulate biological patterns such as sleep-wake cycles.
  27. Circadian rhythms
  28. Neuromodulations
  29. Hypomanic episodes
  30. Manic episodes
  1. Early psychoanalytic theories of mood disorders proposed that
  2. people with depressive disorders had suffered a loss early in their lives that a ffected them at a deep, intrapsychic level.
  3. people are born with a predisposition that places them at risk for developing a psychological disorder if exposed to certain extremely stressful life experiences.
  4. people with high levels of norepinephrine are at a high risk of developing mood disorders.
  5. people with high levels of serotonin are at a high risk of developing mood disorders.
  6. The increase in the frequency of behaviors that results because these actions produce pleasure is what Lewinsohn calls
  7. cognitive restructuring.
  8. response contingent positive reinforcement.
  9. non-contingent continuous reinforcement.
  10. vicarious reinforcement.
  11. Leon is undergoing treatment for his depression. In the course of his treatment, his therapist encourages him to take up new ventures and tries to build up his confidence through positive reinforcement. This therapeutic technique is most likely based on the
  12. cognitive perspective.
  13. psychodynamic perspective.
  14. biological perspective.
  15. behavioral perspective.
  16. “I got a 96% on this exam but the four I missed were easy. I must be stupid.” This statement shows that the speaker is affected by the cognitive distortion referred to by Beck as
  17. selective abstraction.
  18. dichotomous thinking.
  19. catastrophizing.
  20. overgeneralization.

 

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