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Question 1: Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), also known as electroshock, is a well-established, albeit controversial, psychiatric treatment in which ________ are electrically induced in anesthetized patients for therapeutic effect.
ICD-10 Chapter XVIII: Symptoms, signs and abnormal clinical and laboratory findingsSeizureSymptomConvulsion

Question 2: ________, French poet and playwright[122]
SurrealismComte de LautréamontJean CocteauAntonin Artaud

Question 3: ________, New Zealand writer and poet[130]
Vikram SethJanet FrameDavid MaloufLloyd Jones (New Zealand author)

Question 4: Some guidelines recommend that ________ or other psychotherapy should generally be tried before ECT is used.
Cognitive behavioral therapyThought suppressionEdna B. FoaImpulse (psychology)

Question 5: ________, American actress[147]
Clark GableGene TierneyFilm noirGrace Kelly

Question 6: Caroline Aherne, British comedian writer and actress, most commonly known for portraying Denise in ________
The Royle FamilyUnited KingdomHalf the World AwayManchester

Question 7: Imaging genetics ________ Neurophysiology Psychiatrist Psychiatric epidemiology Psychiatric genetics Psychopharmacology Psychosurgery Psychoanalysis
NeuropsychiatryNeuroimagingNeurosurgeryPsychiatry

Question 8: ________, author of The Alchemist[125]
Paulo CoelhoThe Alchemist (novel)The Devil and Miss PrymVeronika Decides to Die

Question 9: The NICE guidelines recommend ECT for patients with severe depression, catatonia, or prolonged or severe ________.
Schizoaffective disorderBipolar disorderManiaMajor depressive disorder

Question 10: ________, American television talk show host[124]
The Dick Cavett ShowDick CavettCBSJack Paar
















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