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Question 1: They were advocates of biopsychiatry methods of treatment such as ________ (ECT), insulin coma therapy, lobotomy and psychiatric drugs.
Electroconvulsive therapyDSM-IV CodesEating disordersPsychosis

Question 2: American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology ________ Royal College of Psychiatrists
American Psychiatric AssociationPsychotherapyBiological psychiatryAnti-psychiatry

Question 3: List of psychiatrists List of figures in psychiatry ________ List of psychiatric medications List of psychiatric medications by condition treated List of neurological disorders List of psychotherapies List of counseling topics
Eating disordersBiological psychiatryAnti-psychiatryList of physicians

Question 4: ________ Neurophysiology Psychiatrist Psychopharmacology Psychosurgery Psychotherapy

Question 5: Legal action on behalf of former patients was[2][3][4] and is still being pursued in ________.
Victoria (Australia)New South WalesAustraliaQueensland

Question 6: Deep Sleep Therapy was popularized in the 1920s by Swiss psychiatrist Jakob Klaesi, using a combination of two new ________ from pharmaceutical company Roche.
BarbiturateBarbexaclonePropofolGABAA receptor

Question 7: Deep Sleep Therapy was also notoriously practised (in combination with electroconvulsive therapy and other therapies) by Harry Bailey between 1962 and 1979 in ________, at the Chelmsford Private Hospital.
Stadium AustraliaSydneyBrisbaneMelbourne

Question 8: DST was prescribed for various conditions ranging from schizophrenia and depression to obesity, PMS and ________.
Drug addictionBenzodiazepine dependenceSocial anxiety disorderAddiction

Question 9: In 1915, Giuseppe Epifanio tried barbiturate-induced coma therapy in a psychiatric clinic in ________, but his reports made little impact.

Question 10: ________ Child and adolescent psychiatry Cross-cultural psychiatry Emergency psychiatry Forensic psychiatry Geriatric psychiatry Liaison psychiatry Military psychiatry Neuropsychiatry
PsychopharmacologyEating disordersBiological psychiatryPsychosis


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