Depressive And Bipolar Disorders

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Question 1
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 A state of prolonged bouts of sadness is called ____ .

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A

dysphoria

B

dysthymia

C

anhedonia

D

depression

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Question 2
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 ____ is one of the most common symptoms of depression in children, occurring in about 80% of clinic-referred youngsters with depression.

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A

Irritability

B

Anger

C

Grandiosity

D

Inattention

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Question 3
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 The earlier and mistaken belief that children could not suffer from depression was rooted in ____ .

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A

biological findings

B

psychoanalytic theory

C

behavioral theory

D

cognitive theory

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Question 4
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 The earlier concept of "masked" depression was that ____ .

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A

children wear a characteristic "mask" of depression, including downcast eyes and downturned mouth

B

depression is difficult to diagnose in children because they "mask" their feelings with a happy face

C

children purposely conceal or "mask" their depression so as to avoid treatment

D

depression could be "masked" or concealed by a variety of other behaviors, and thus, any clinical symptom could be evidence of underlying depression

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Question 5
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 Children who experience depression ____ .

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A

rarely attempt suicide

B

rarely relapse

C

typically make a full recovery on their own

D

are at risk for future depressive episodes

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Question 6
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 The increase in depression in young people has been attributed, at least in part, to

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A
poorer childhood nutrition leading to disrupted neurological development.
B
media influences leading children to feel hopeless about the future.
C
rapid social change leading to increased stress levels for young people.
D
increased awareness of symptoms of depression in youth leading to an increase in the number of children seen in clinics for diagnoses.
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Question 7
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 Anaclitic depression was the term used by Renee Spitz in the 1940s to describe the pattern of behavior he saw in ____ .

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A
emotionally deprived infants
B
abused toddlers
C
pregnant adolescents
D
bereaved children
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Question 8
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 Young people suffering from severe depression often exhibit symptoms on a spectrum that include ____ in levels of severity.

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A
comorbid behavior problems
B
sleep difficulties
C
suicidal ideation
D
suicidal ideation
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Question 9
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 Which of the following is NOT a type of disorder associated with depression?

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A
Major depressive disorder (MDD)
B
Persistent depressive disorder (P-DD)
C
Chronic depressive symptoms disorder (CDSD)
D
Disruptive mood dysregulation disorder (DMDD)
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Question 10
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 The lifetime prevalence rate of depression in adolescents is as high as ____ .

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A
5%
B
7%
C
20%
D
40%
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Question 11
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 Which of the following occurs more frequently in younger than older individuals?

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A
Depressed appearance
B
Irritability
C
Somatic complaints
D
Phobias
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Question 12
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 Children with major depressive disorder are at greater risk than adults for developing ____ .

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A
bipolar disorder
B
somatoform disorder
C
schizophrenia
D
panic disorder
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Question 13
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 Prevalence estimates for major depressive disorder in all children ages 4 to 18 range from ____ .

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A
0.3% to 1%
B
2% to 8%
C
10% to 15%
D
20% to 25%
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Question 14
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 The increase in depression from preschool to elementary school is not likely to be a reflection of ____ .

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A
biological maturation
B
growing self-awareness
C
growing cognitive capacity
D
increased performance and social pressures
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Question 15
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 The increase in depression from childhood to adolescence appears to be largely a result of ____ .

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A
biological maturation
B
increased cognitive capacity
C
growing self-awareness
D
substance use
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Question 16
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 The most frequent co-occurring disorder(s) in clinic-referred youngsters with major depressive disorder is/are ____ .

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A
conduct disorders
B
ADHD
C
anxiety disorders
D
somatoform disorders
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Question 17
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 Which of the following is least likely to be a symptom of MDD?

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A
Significant weight loss or gain
B
Insomnia
C
Hyperactivity
D
Diminished ability to think or concentrate
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Question 18
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 Major depressive disorder in children is more likely to occur after the onset of all other psychiatric disorders, except for ____ .

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A
bipolar disorder
B
separation anxiety disorder
C
ADHD
D
substance abuse
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Question 19
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 Prospective studies of children and adolescents have found that the age of onset for the first depressive episode is usually ____ years.

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A
7 to 10
B
10 to 12
C
13 to 15
D
16 to 18
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Question 20
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 When symptoms of depressed mood occur for most of the day, on most days, and persist for at least one year, that is known as ____ .

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A
major depressive disorder (MDD)
B
persistent depressive disorder (P-DD)
C
chronic depressive symptoms disorder (CDSD)
D
disruptive mood dysregulation disorder (DMDD)
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