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1. Which of the following medications is a contraindication for use while taking lithium because it can decrease renal clearance?

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2. Electroconvulsive therapy is used to treat which of the following?

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3. Which of the following is a Cluster C personality disorder?

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4. When light enters the eye, it inhibits which of the following brain structures?

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5. If a patient fails to respond to treatment of a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor for obsessive-compulsive disorder, which class of medication is the next line of treatment?

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6. Which of the following therapies is based on a type of learning in which an action is elicited based on the resulting effect of a reward or punishment?

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7. Where is lithium metabolized?

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8. Narcolepsy is caused by a deficiency in which of the following?

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9. Modafinil is used to treat which of the following?

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10. Which of the following medications is used to treat pruritis (itchy skin)?

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11. The following personality disorders (narcissistic, borderline, histrionic, antisocial) fall under which cluster?

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12. Which of the following best fits the description: diminished responsiveness in a trancelike state while being fully conscious.

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13. Which of the following personality disorders are difficult to treat because of the associated grandiosity

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14. To be diagnosed with a hypomanic episode, an individual needs to show symptoms for at least:

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15. Which drug is used to treat postpartum depression?

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16. What is ECT?

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17. Which of the following medications is the first line of treatment to treat general anxiety disorder?

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18. A patient with a history of alcohol use disorder is admitted to the hospital with confusion, nystagmus, and tremors. The patient is most likely deficient in which of the following?

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19. Lysergic acid diethylamide primarily acts on which neurotransmitter?

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20. Applied behavioral therapy draws from which of the following:

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21. A patient falls to the floor after having a laughing spell. Which of the following best describes her symptoms?

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22. Which of the following class of medications is the first-line treatment used for premenstrual dysphoric disorder?

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23. Which of the following structures produces the neurotransmitter involved in the reward/addiction pathway?

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24. Narcolepsy is associated with which of the following symptoms?

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25. A 24-year-old male was brought into the emergency department because he has been “acting odd” for over an eight-month period. He claims that the government has implanted a device in his brain and has been sending him top-secret messages. His roommate said that he stays up all night sometimes talking to people on the phone and spending an excessive amount of money shopping for extravagant clothing. The erratic spending sprees stop after a few weeks but the delusions are consistent. Which of the following best describes this patient?

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26. Which of the following best match the description? “An intrusion into consciousness preceding negative feelings.”

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27. Second-generation antipsychotics are characterized by their comparative potency for which of the following receptors?

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28. Which of the following medications is used to treat cataplexy?

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29. Which of the following medications is a contraindication to the haloperidol?

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30. Dissociation is most strongly associated with which of the following?

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31. To be diagnosed with antisocial personality disorder, an individual must also display which of the following before the age of 15?

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32. Symptoms of premenstrual dysphoric disorder start during which phase of the menstrual cycle?

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33. Which of the following class of medications are used to manage general anxiety disorder?

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34. Patients with post-traumatic stress disorder show a reduction in volume in a brain structure that may play a role in disturbed emotional memories. Which of the following embryologic structures give rise to the brain structure decreased in volume?

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35. What is the classification of bupropion?

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36. Which of the following conditions is a contraindication for atomoxetine?

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37. Which of the following drugs assists with opioid overdose?

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38. Which teratogenic effects does divalproex cause?

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39. Which of the following medications is a contraindication to electroconvulsive therapy?

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40. Premenstrual dysphoric disorder occurs when which structure is present?

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41. Divalproex causes the teratogenic effect, spina bifida. Insufficient intake of which of the following can also contribute to neural tube defects?

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42. Serotonin is stored in which of the following brain structures?

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43. Benzodiazepines work by which of the following:

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44. Posttraumatic stress disorder shows increased metabolic activity in which of the following brain regions?

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45. Premenstrual dysphoric disorder occurs when which structure is present?

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46. Females experience depression more than males at a ratio of?

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47. A patient complains of hallucinations that occur right before falling asleep. Which of the following conditions is this symptom most associated with?

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48. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder medications are used primarily to increase which of the following neurotransmitters?

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49. Which of the following medications is used to treat symptoms of premenstrual dysphoric disorder?

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50. Which of the following drugs assists with opioid overdose?

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51. An accumulation of beta-amyloid plaque is associated with the following:

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52. Which of the following is a characteristic of bipolar disorder?

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53. Which cognitive distortion defines a situation in extremes as being “all good or all bad”?

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54. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy is a derivative of which therapy?

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55. Co-administering phenelzine with citalopram could result in which of the following?

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56. Lysergic acid diethylamide primarily acts on which neurotransmitter?

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57. Which of the following is a characteristic of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder?

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58. Divalproex causes teratogenicity that affects which of the following germ cell populations?

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59. A patient is experiencing akathisia, which manifests as feelings of anxiety/ tension and agitation. Which of the following medications are most likely responsible for the symptoms?

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60. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy was first developed to treat which of the following?

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