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Classification of mental disorders: Quiz


Question 1: In ________, most university hospitals use either the ICD or DSM.
CanadaUnited KingdomCambodiaJapan

Question 2: [2] Lay concepts of mental disorder vary considerably across different ________ and countries, and may refer to different sorts of individual and social problems.
Human rightsFamilySlaveryCulture

Question 3: ________ sometimes uses specific manuals in addition to the DSM and ICD.
American Psychiatric AssociationEating disordersAnti-psychiatryChild and adolescent psychiatry

Question 4: [7] Some ________ organizations oppose use of the term “mental illness” on the grounds that it supports the dominance of a medical model.
E. Fuller TorreyPsychiatryAnti-psychiatryConsumer/Survivor/Ex-Patient Movement

Question 5: The Feighner Criteria group described fourteen major psychiatric disorders for which careful research studies were available, including ________.
HomosexualityLesbianBisexualitySexual orientation

Question 6: In the late nineteenth century, Koch referred to "psychopathic inferiority," and in the twentieth century the disorder became called "psychopathy" or "sociopathy." Related studies led to the DSM-III category of ________.
Borderline personality disorderNarcissistic personality disorderAntisocial personality disorderPassive–aggressive behavior

Question 7: ________ advanced an influential medical nosology which included four classes of neuroses: coma, adynamias, spasms, and vesanias.
MedicineSurgeryWilliam CullenWilliam Hunter (anatomist)

Question 8: ________ (proposed DSM-V new diagnosis)
PsychotherapyViolenceRelational disorderPsychopathology

Question 9: Attempts were made to merge the ancient concept of ________ with that of insanity, the latter sometimes described as delirium without fever.
Alzheimer's diseaseBipolar disorderDeliriumDementia

Question 10: [30] ________ (980−1037 CE) in the Canon of Medicine listed a number of mental disorders, including 'passive male homosexuality'.

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