PSY 275 WEEK 3 Disorders Related to Mood Quiz

PSY 275 WEEK 3 Disorders Related to Mood Quiz



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PSY 275 WEEK 3 Disorders Related to Mood Quiz

PSY 275 WEEK 3 Disorders Related to Mood Quiz

PSY 275 WEEK 3 Disorders Related to Mood Quiz

Disorders Related to Mood Quiz

The DSM distinguishes between ______ general types of bipolar disorder.

  • four
  • five
  • three
  • two


Major depression cannot be diagnosed if a person shows a history of ______.

  • anxiety disorder
  • dysthymia
  • personality disorder
  • mania


Don suddenly quit his job, enrolled in law school for day classes, took on a job waiting tables at night, and began organizing charity drives on weekends. He also began work on his “great American novel” and offered to coach a little league team in his “spare time.” His behavior is typical of someone having a ______.

  • hypomanic episode
  • dysthymic episode
  • cyclothymic episode
  • manic episode


A severe disorder characterized by feeling sad, hopeless, or “down in the dumps,” or          loss of interest or pleasure in all activities for at least two weeks is ______.

  • major depressive episode
  • bipolar disorder
  • cyclothymia
  • dysthymia


The Federal government estimates that the majority of people who commit suicide suffer from a ______.

  • personality disorder
  • somatoform
  • psychotic
  • mood disorder


The onset of bipolar I disorder usually begins with a ______.

  • major depressive episode for both men and women
  • manic episode for women and a major depressive episode for men
  • manic episode for both men and women
  • manic episode for men and a major depressive episode for women


Mood disorders, which involve mood swings from one extreme to another, are considered ______.

  • dipolar
  • bilinear
  • multilinear
  • bipolar


According to your text, ______ is perhaps the most important predictor of suicide.

  • increased reactivity
  • mood swings
  • hopelessness
  • loss of pleasure


The essential feature of bipolar I disorder is the occurrence of at least one full-blown ______ episode.

  • hypomanic
  • manic
  • major depressive
  • dysthymic


Which of the following is a question Shneidman suggests could be used to draw a suicidal person out and engage them in talking?

  • “Why would you want to do that?”
  • “Think of how your mother would feel!”
  • “Do you have a will or DNR in place?”
  • “What would you like to see happen?”


A depressive disorder which often develops during childhood or adolescence, involves less severe symptoms than major depression, but has a longer lasting, more chronic pattern of development, and often results in sufferers being seen as “whiny” or “complaining” would be classified as _____ in the DSM-5.

  • bipolar disorder
  • cyclothymic disorder
  • persistent depressive disorder
  • dysthymic disorder


There is evidence of reduced ______ activity in people who attempt or commit suicide.

  • acetylcholine
  • epinephrine
  • serotonin
  • thyroxin


Which of the following is something you should do when talking to someone who is suicidal?

  • Be tough-minded and not too empathetic.
  • Avoid asking how the person intends to commit suicide.
  • Suggest that means other than suicide might help solve the person’s problems.
  • Talk with them by yourself as long as you can.


Genetics appears to play _______ role in bipolar disorder than it does in major depressive disorder.

  • a stronger
  • about the same
  • a much weaker
  • a weaker



Joanne is in a very downcast mood. She has a poor appetite, has lost weight, and feels constantly fatigued. She has lost interest in most of her regular activities because they seem like “too much effort” and they no longer give her any pleasure. She seems indifferent to her family and friends and has recurrent thoughts of suicide. She is best described as suffering from ______.

  • bipolar disorder
  • cyclothymic disorder
  • dysthymic disorder
  • major depressive disorder


American ______ are more likely to attempt suicide. ______ are more likely to succeed in a suicide attempt.

  • women; Men
  • women; Women
  • men; Men
  • men; Women


People in a manic episode generally experience which of the following?

  • Lethargy
  • A lack of self-confidence
  • Slow, rambling speech
  • Extreme self-confidence


A person who speaks very rapidly and urgently and has difficulty pausing has ______.

  • euphoric speech
  • pressured speech
  • tangential speech
  • circumstantial speech


A state of unusual elation, energy, and activity is known as ______.

  • flat affect
  • synergy
  • dysthymia
  • mania


A severe mood disorder characterized by the occurrence of one or more major depressive episodes in the absence of a history of mania is ______.

  • major depressive disorder
  • dysthymia
  • bipolar disorder
  • cyclothymia


In bipolar II disorder, a person experiences ______ episodes.

  • has experienced both manic and hypomanic
  • manic episodes, but has not experienced hypomanic
  • has experienced neither manic nor hypomanic
  • hypomanic episodes, but has not experienced manic


If someone you know discloses that he or she is contemplating suicide, your goal should be to ______.

  • get them to seek some professional help
  • show them how crazy or misguided a suicide attempt would be
  • try to intervene on your own
  • leave them alone to sort through their thoughts and feelings


Gina, who has suffered from a major depressive disorder, is seeking help from a therapist who follows Lewinsohn’s model linking depression and reinforcement. The therapist will probably advise Gina to increase her ______.

  • self-focus
  • pleasurable activities
  • serotonin levels
  • communications with friends and relatives



Guillermo was having a normal day when suddenly he felt an overwhelming expansion of his mood. He now feels euphoric, cheerful, optimistic, has boundless energy, and feels sociable and confident. However, he is also hyperactive, impulsive, demanding, and overbearing. His behavior is typical of a ______.

  • hypomanic episode
  • manic episode
  • dysthymic episode
  • bipolar episode


Which of the following is true?

  • Suicide attempts often occur in response to highly stressful life events.
  • People who fail on a first suicide attempt rarely try it again.
  • All suicides are connected to psychological disorders.
  • Suicidal thinking accompanies a loss of contact with reality.


Because of cultural judgments, about half of Americans with major depression ________.

  • later develop psychoses
  • become hostile and aggressive
  • fail to receive help from a mental health professional
  • attempt suicide


Which of the following is listed under the category of “Depressive Disorders” in the DSM-5?

  • Persistent depressive disorder
  • Bipolar II disorder
  • Bipolar I disorder
  • Cyclothymic disorder


Which of the following is characteristic of manic episodes?

  • Insatiable appetite
  • Selfishness
  • Weeping
  • Overbearing behavior


The tendency of a person to jump from topic to topic during a manic episode is referred to as ______.

  • multidirectional cognitions
  • quickness on the feet
  • rapid flight of ideas
  • accelerated thought


Dave is having a normal day when suddenly he feels charged with energy and unusually alert. He knows that when he gets these feelings he is capable of working long hours with little fatigue or need of sleep. He is still capable of using good judgment and has no hyperactivity. He is best described as having a ______.

  • hypomanic episode
  • paranoid episode
  • dysthymic episode
  • manic episode


PSY 275 WEEK 3 Disorders Related to Mood Quiz




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