Psychopathology Review Quiz

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Can you name the psychological conditions and related drugs?

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Condition/Drug characterized by...Condition/DrugPoints of Interest
distrust and suspiciousness of others
odd or eccentric behavior PDs
gradiosity and a lack of empathy secondary to low self-esteem
schizophrenia-like positive symptoms persisting for more than a day but less than a month
sodium channel transport modification and myo-1-inositol-phosphatase inhibition activity.
sodium channel stabilization with a side effect profile including nausea, dizziness, and leukopenia.
sudden change in cognition and attention
adenosine receptor antagonist activity
increased GABA activity with a side effect profile including alopecia, elevated LFTs, and platelet dysfunction
dopamine reuptake inhbition activity, typically used to treat narcolepsy.
submissive and clingy behavior
gradual change in memory with agnosia, apraxia, aphasia, or loss of exec. fxning
excessive emotionality and attention-seeking behavior
Anxious, Fearful PDs
perfectionism and rigidity
hallucinations resulting from cocaine, meth, PCP, or LSD use
social inhibition and feelings of inadequacy
Condition/Drug characterized by...Condition/DrugPoints of Interest
schizophrenia-like symptoms that persist after a concurrent mood disorder has been corrected.
schizophrenia-like symptoms persisting for more than a day but less than six months
GABA and dopamine-like effects, used to treat cataplexy
dramatic, emotional, erractic PDs
acute discomfort in social relationships with odd thoughts and eccentric behavior
norepinephrine reuptake inhibition activity, also used to treat ADHD
deeply ingrained stable, lifelong, inflexible and maladaptive patterns
norepinephrine reuptake inhibition activity, used to treat obesity.
detachment from social relationships
norepinephrine and serotonin reuptake inhibition activity, used to treat obesity.
unstable interpersonal relationship and self-image
monoamine reuptake inhibition activity, typically used to treat ADHD
disregard for the rights of others
delusions, hallucinations, and negative symptoms lasting for two months during a six month period
a paradoxical effect of mood stabilizers (increased risk of)
non-bizarre delusion that does not interfere with normal functioning.

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