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MCQ: Pediatric resuscitation age

In infants born prematurely, in which week of pregnancy are we legally able to resuscitate an infant

16 wks

20 wks

21 wks

22 wks

24 wks

26 wks

28 wks

EMQ: Social psychology

Options

Aversion

Normalisation

Rationalisation

Residual rule breaking

Self-actualisation

Lead: Select one option each

1 = A patient who had been living in an institution for many years and now

cannot cook or live independently

2 = A member of the staff believes all mentally ill people are not able to

decide about what they want.

3= A slave in the US in 1980. set himself free from slavery.

MCQ: Genital mutilation

What is the number of women that have been reported being amputated in

the genital area

100, 000

1 million,

10 millions

100 millions

plz share your answer

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EMQ: Assessment-Cognitive functions (1-Feb-0

Options

Episodic

Immediate memory

Procedural memory

Recent memory

Semantic memory

Short-term memory

Working memory

You asked a person to read through a document. Once he finished reading you asked him to do the following. Select the type of memory being assessed

1: Repeat the names of the people mentioned

2: Recollect words beginning with the letter A

MCQ: Descriptive Psychopathology- Catatonic symptoms (1-Feb-0

Stem: A patient repeats whatever the examiner says

Options

Echolalia

Logoclonia

Parapraxis

Perseveration

MCQ: Dynamic pp- Defence mechanisms- Phobia (1-Feb-0

Select one ego defence mechanism that is seen in phobia

Denial

Displacement

Reaction formation

Splitting

MCQ: Diagnosis-Affective disorders (1-Feb-0

Select one typical feature of BPAD, mania with psychotic symptoms

Bizzare delusions

Prominent affective symptoms and mood congruent delusions

Systemised delusions

Persecutory delusions

Non prominent affective symptoms and mood congruent delusions

MCQ: Diagnosis-Affective disorders (1-Feb-0

Select one typical feature of hypomania

No significant disturbance of psychosocial function

Hallucinations

Bizarre delusions

Mood congruent delusions

MCQ: Diagnosis-Affective disorders (1-Feb-0

Select one typical feature of depressive episode with psychotic symptoms

Mood congruent delusions

Bizzare delusions

Prominent affective symptoms and mood congruent delusions

Systemised delusions

Persecutory delusions

Non prominent affective symptoms and mood congruent delusions

MCQ: Diagnosis-Schizophrenia (1-Feb-0

Select one atypical feature of schizophrenia

Bizarre delusions

Visual hallucinations,

Systematic delusions

Mood-congruent delusions

Mood-incongruent delusions

MCQ: Diagnosis-Gender identity disorders (1-Feb-0

A man that wants to have an operation so as to become a woman. Select best option

transvestism,

transvestim dual role,

fetishism

MCQ: Piaget

In which stage of Piaget’s model can a boy make difference between amount of water present in tall glass and wide mouthed glass?

Concrete operational

Conventional stage

Formal operational

Pre operational

Sensori motor

MCQ: Pediatric resuscitation age

In infants born prematurely, in which week of pregnancy are we legally able to resuscitate an infant

16 wks

20 wks

21 wks

22 wks

24 wks

26 wks

28 wks

MCQ: Mahler

Mahler associated with

Anal phase

Autistic phase

Conventional morality

Individuality vs inferiority

Operational

MCQ: Defence mechanisms

Stem: Select defence not proposed by Klein.

Options:

A: Introjection

B: Projection

C: Projective identification

D: Splitting

E: Sublimation

MCQ: Learning theory

Stem: The family now got a new dog. A toddler was very scared of it. He would stay in in the same room with the dog only if he could sit on his mother’s lap and had his favourite ice cream. Select the learning theory principle.

Options:

Avoidance learning

Classical conditioning

Extinction

Operant conditioning

Reciprocal inhibition

Answer: Reciprocal inhibition

EMQ: Learning theory

Options:

A: Avoidance learning

B: Classical conditioning

C: Conditioned response

D: Aversive conditioning

E: Extinction

F: Extinction

G: Operant conditioning

H: Reciprocal inhibition

I: Sensitisation

J: Stimulus generalization

Lead-in statement: Match one term each with the following situations.

Items:

1: A middle-aged man undergoing cancer chemotherapy feels nauseous as soon as he arrives at the hospital

2: The nausea worsens when he sees someone in a white coat

3: The nausea improves as he leaves the hospital

MCQ: History

Select the person who proved Clozapine’s effectiveness in treating Schizophrenia

Cade

Kraepelin

Bleurer

Kane

MCQ: Assessment

Select one investigation for a patient on antipsychotics presenting with weight

loss and thirst

Fasting glucose

U&Es

LFTs

FBC

Li level

EMQ: Receptors

Options

5-HT1

5-HT2

D2

D3

Select the receptors on which the following drugs act

EMQ: Social psychology

Options

Aversion

Normalisation

Rationalisation

Residual rule breaking

Self-actualisation

Lead: Select one option each

1 = A patient who had been living in an institution for many years and now

cannot cook or live independently

2 = A member of the staff believes all mentally ill people are not able to

decide about what they want.

3= A slave in the US in 1980. set himself free from slavery.

MCQ: Genital mutilation

What is the number of women that have been reported being amputated in

the genital area

100, 000

1 million,

10 millions

100 millions

MCQ: History

Who introduced ECT

MCQ: Deontology

MCQ: Teleology

MCQ: Research on Humans

MCQ: Tes

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MCQ: Pediatric resuscitation age

In infants born prematurely, in which week of pregnancy are we legally able to resuscitate an infant

16 wks

20 wks

21 wks

22 wks

24 wks

26 wks

28 wks

EMQ: Social psychology

Options

Aversion

Normalisation

Rationalisation

Residual rule breaking

Self-actualisation

Lead: Select one option each

1 = A patient who had been living in an institution for many years and now

cannot cook or live independently

2 = A member of the staff believes all mentally ill people are not able to

decide about what they want.

3= A slave in the US in 1980. set himself free from slavery.

MCQ: Genital mutilation

What is the number of women that have been reported being amputated in

the genital area

100, 000

1 million,

10 millions

100 millions

plz share your answer

Where did you find these questions, Hamid?

None of the plausible answers to the second question seem to be in the matching pool.

For example, I would say, the answer for

Qn 1) Institutionalisation

Qn 2) Disempowerment

Qn 3) Empowerment

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