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1. After gradual reduction of neuroleptics in LD, further medication is usually needed.

2. People with LD are more sensitive to neuroleptics.

3. Genetic locus heterogeneity is seen in Juvenile delinquecy.

4. A child born with hypothryoidism is normal at birth.

5. Reading digits after address in a phonebook represents automatic attention.

6. Normalisation is same as positive discrimination.

7. Prejudice improves a person's self-esteem.

8. Insocial power, expertise at work is in conflict with referential power.

9. In a psychoanalytical group therapy, the therapist aims to interpret idealisation about himself.

10. Brief dynamic group psychotherapy is indicated in somatisation disorders.

11. Leadeership ability depends on task orientation.

12. Liver damage may be causes by diazepam.

13. The combined side effects of alcohol and diazepam are mainly pharmokinetic.

14. In sociological term iatrogenesis and side effects of medication are synonymous.

15. Lithium inhibits inositol depletion.

16. Extensive case management as comapred to standard case management reduces future hospital admissions.

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13. The combined side effects of alcohol and diazepam are mainly pharmokinetic

False. mainly pharmacodynamic

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4. A child born with hypothryoidism is normal at birth, false

coarse facies

dry skin

hoarse cry

hernia,hypotonia

prologed jaundice.TSH inc

page226 ess paed ::) ::) due to minimal transplacental transmission of thyroxine,

wrongly guessed by most

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4. A child born with hypothryoidism is normal at birth, false

coarse facies

dry skin

hoarse cry

hernia,hypotonia

prologed jaundice.TSH inc

page226 ess paed ::) ::) due to minimal transplacental transmission of thyroxine,

In paediatrics crash course textbook'

Clinical Features (of hypothyroidism)

Infants MAY appear clinically normal at birth...

So I guess it depends on how above question is worded.

wrongly guessed by most

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6. Normalization is same as positive discrimination. false--------------

What is normalization?

Parents of children with special needs are too willing to make accommodations for their children's disabilities and with the result that their children often suffer from a 'hidden disability' of low self-esteem, or over-dependency or being spoiled with a sense :-Xof 'entitlement.' What is needed is to treat a child with special needs with normalization. Normalization of a child with special needs means: :-*

expecting behavior as normal as possible from birth on.

using discipline and child management techniques as they would for any other child.

exposing the child to other children and encouraging the child to socialize as normally as possible from infancy on.

treating the child as any other child would be treated, allowing for the development of the child's self-esteem.

exposing the child to life and all the activities of the world in the same way you would any other child.

exposing the child to an inclusive school environment where the child would be challenged to develop as normal a language, behavior pattern, and personality as possible.

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I think 7 is True

End of page - simply psychology 193

those participants who could discriminate in favour of an ingroup over an outgroup had higher self esteem than those unable to do so.

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8. in social power, expertise at work is in conflict with referential power.

think FALSE

Expert power: possesion of special skills, knowledge & expertise. eg docs,teachers

Referent power: personal qualities, like charm,magnetism, ability to persuade others. :D

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16.extensive case management campared to standard case management reduses future hospital admissions.

false

UK 700 study

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9.True

Analytically Oriented group Therapy:

therapist activity:

challenge defences,

active,

give advice or personal response

(Kaplan and Sadock's synopsis of Psychiatry)

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10 True

see (short term dynamically orientated psychotherapy) in

Clinical Psychology Review 1995

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3 true

ref. implications of genetic research for child psychiatry

Michael Rutter

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15. Lithium inhibits inositol depletion

True

Two drugs used to treat manic depression have similar effects on the dynamic properties of sensory neuron growth cones. New findings implicate inositol depletion in the mechanism of action of these drugs, and provide clues to the molecular basis of the disorder.

Harwood and colleagues examined the effects of lithium and VPA on the development of Dictyostelium. During early development, cells aggregate by chemotaxis, and this process is disrupted when inositol-1,4,5-trisphosphate (Ins(1,4,5)P3) signalling is suppressed by lithium. They showed that inhibition of Dictyostelium aggregation by VPA also seems to depend on Ins(1,4,5)P3 signalling, and that resistance to both lithium and VPA can be afforded by deletion of the gene that codes for prolyl oligopeptidase, a cytoplasmic protein that can cleave short oligopeptides at prolyl bonds. In view of this finding, the authors looked for a link between prolyl oligopeptidase and the shared actions of the mood-stabilizing drugs on neurons. They found that two specific inhibitors of prolyl oligopeptidase could abolish the effects of lithium, CBZ and VPA on growth cone collapse and spread area.

http://www.signaling-gateway.org/update/updates/200207/nrn888.html

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7. Prejudice improves a person's self-esteem.

False

who , the prejudiced or the prejudicee

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7. Prejudice improves a person's self-esteem.

False

who , the prejudiced or the prejudicee

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