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1.Insulin release by the pancreas reduces tyrosine/tryptophan

2.Sympathetic nerve damage causes hyperaesthesia

3.Leukoriosis is significant in a patient with demetia and gait disturbance

4.In Alzheimer's disease the recency effect is preserved when reading a list

5.Ataxia is seen in amphetamine use.

6.Considering ventricular dilatationon CT scan there is a qualitative difference between bipolar disorder and schizophrenia

7.Typical antipsychotics produce a long term D2 blockade

8.Sleep walking is seen in depression

9.The differences in scores between BDI and HAM D are due to the way they are conducted.

10.If a person has depression in summer,you cannot diagnose SAD.

11.Women are more suggestible under oath than men.

Clinical assessment is better than acturial approaches in tyhe assessment of violence

12.Inter ictal psychosisis more common in epilepsy with LD.

13.Nightmares may cause enuresis.

14.Disorganised attachment is associated with Non accidental injury

15.Normalisation is the same as positive discrimination.

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3.Leukoriosis is significant in a patient with demetia and gait disturbance .TRUE

4.In Alzheimer's disease the recency effect is preserved when reading a list.TRUE

5.Ataxia is seen in amphetamine use.TRUE

6.Considering ventricular dilatationon CT scan there is a qualitative difference between bipolar disorder and schizophrenia .FALSE

7.Typical antipsychotics produce a long term D2 blockade.TRUE

8.Sleep walking is seen in depression.TRUE

9.The differences in scores between BDI and HAM D are due to the way they are conducted.TRUE

10.If a person has depression in summer,you cannot diagnose SAD. FALSE

11.Women are more suggestible under oath than men. FALSE

13.Nightmares may cause enuresis. FALSE

14.Disorganised attachment is associated with Non accidental injury .TRUE

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