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Question 1: [26] There is overlap with ________ and if this is also counted in the co-twin the concordance with bipolar disorder rises to 67% (Mz) and 19% (Dz).
Major depressive disorderSchizoaffective disorderMood disorderPsychosis

Question 2: An inconsistent ________ schedule can aggravate symptoms.
HypnagogiaNarcolepsyDreamSleep

Question 3: Reviews have indicated that most individuals diagnosed with bipolar disorder but who are euthymic (not experiencing major depression or mania) do not show ________ deficits on most tests.
Dissociation (neuropsychology)NeuropsychologyCognitive neurosciencePsychology

Question 4: [72] In ________ and ICD-10, bipolar disorder is conceptualized as a spectrum of disorders occurring on a continuum.
SchizophreniaMental disorderClassification of mental disordersDiagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

Question 5: Within the humoral theories, mania was viewed as arising from an excess of ________, or a mixture of black and yellow bile.
Ibn al-NafisAvicennaHumorismFour Temperaments

Question 6: Discontinuing or lowering one's dose of ________.
Pharmaceutical drugDrugPsychoactive drugAntidepressant

Question 7: ________ portrays a manic depressive whistleblower and FBI informant in the Steven Soderbergh film The Informant!.
George ClooneyBen AffleckMatt DamonBrad Pitt

Question 8: In Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, ________'s daughter, Kathleen Stabler, is diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
Law & Order: Special Victims UnitElliot StablerOlivia BensonLaw & Order: Special Victims Unit (season 10)

Question 9: ________ website
National Institute of Mental HealthNational Institutes of HealthIndex of psychology articlesNational Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

Question 10: The first known and "gold standard" mood stabilizer is lithium,[102] while almost as widely used is sodium valproate,[103] also used as an ________.
DepressantSedativeDissociativeAnticonvulsant
















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