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Q.1 A Five year old patient diagnosed as rectal cancer and his response to the diagnosis is that “Nothing is wrong it is just hemorrhoids “ which defensive mechanism he used ;-
(A) Denial
(B) Repression
(C) Projection

Q.2 Preoccupation with a fear of having a serious physical illness, not based on real or organic pathology is ;--
(A) Hypertonicity
(B) Hypoesthesia
(C) Hypochondriasis
(D) Psychosomatic disorder

Q.3 Delusion is a disorder of ;-
(A) Undoing
(B) Repression
(C) Denial
(D) Derailment

Q.4 Common form of ECT used in the hospital is ;-
(A) Direct ECT
(B) Modified ECT
(C) Both of the above
(D) None of the above

Q.5 Catatonic Behavior in Schizophrenia is characterized by which of the following:-
(A) Resisting attempts to be moved
(B) Maintaining rigid, immobile postures
(C) Decrease in reactivity to the environment
(D) All of the above

Q.6 With Barbiturate and Benzodiazepine abuse and dependency, sedative intoxication is generally associated with:-
(A) Uncoordinated motor movement
(B) Slurred speech
(C) Impairment in attention and speech
(D) All of the above

Q.7 Which of the following are risk factors for childhood Psychiatric Disorders?
(A) Harsh or inadequate parents
(B) Parental Psychopathology
(C) Repeated early separation from parents
(D) All of the above

Q.8 Autism is :-
(A) Social and Language Communication Problem
(B) Mainly due to Hypothalamic Damage
(C) Neurodevelopmental Disorder
(D) Metabolic Disease

Q.9 A Patient who decides to leave that hospital against medical advice(LAMA) Must sign a form. what is the purpose of this form?
(A) To use in the event of readmission
(B) To release the physician and hospital from legal responsibility for the patient health status (C) To indicate the patient’s wishes
(D) To ethically illustrate that the patient has control of his or her own care and treatment.

Q.10 A Comprehensive Health Assessment of an older person includes :-
(A) Psychosocial Assessment
(B) Functional Assessment
(C) Clinical Assessment
(D) All of the above

Q.11 Abnormal Sensitivity to light is known is :-
(A) Photophobia
(B) Hydrophobia
(C) Aphasia
(D) Diplopia

Q.12 The Antidote of Morphine overdoes is :-
(A) N-acetylcysteine
(B) Esmolol
(C) Naloxone
(D) Atropine sulphate

Q.13 Drug of choice in breast carcinoma :-
(A) Tamoxifen citrate
(B) Methotrexate
(C) Chlorambucil
(D) Co-trimoxazole

Q.14 When a client makes up stories to fill in the blank space or memory it is known as :-
(A) Rationalizing
(B) Confabulating
(C) Lying
(D) Denying

Q.15 The part of the mind that distinguishes right from wrong and acts as a censor or behavior is called :-
(A) Id
(B) Ego
(C) Super Ego
(D) Libido

Q.16 The most common type of dementia is :-
(A) Alzheimer’s disease
(B) Pick’s disease
(C) Parkinson’s disease
(D) Tics disease

Q.17 Perception of any object in the absence of actual stimulus is termed as :-
(A) Delusion
(B) Hallucination
(C) Dementia
(D) Illusion

Q.18 A False belier in which the patient thinks that he is being talked about by other people is known as :-
(A) Delusion of reference
(B) Delusion of grandeur
(C) Delusion of guilt
(D) Delusion of self-accusation

Q.19 In following which is a thought disorder :-
(A) Compulsion
(B) Mannerism
(C) Automatism
(D) Delusion

Q.20 A mental disorder in which a person feels that lice are crawling on his arm, But actually there are no lice on his skin, the person is suffering from :-
(A) Auditory illusion
(B) Tactile illusion
(C) Auditory hallucination
(D) Tactile hallucination

Q.21 What is a sociological definition of the word Drug ?
(A) A chemical
(B) A substance that changes mood, behavior or consciousness
(C) A dysfunction
(D) Ecology

Q. 22 Hypnotherapy is least effective on people suffering from :-
(A) Pain
(B) Schizophrenia
(C) Anxiety
(D) Hypertension

Q.23 Which one of these is used in bed wetting in children?
(A) Levodopa
(B) Chlorpromazine
(C) Imipramine
(D) Tacrine

Q.24 During the initial care of rape victims the following are to be considered by a nurse Except :-
(A) Accompany the client in examination room
(B) Touch the client to show acceptance and empathy
(C) Assure privacy
(D) Maintain a non-judgmental approach

Q.25 The first drug of choice for a patient admitted with status epilepticus is ;-
(A) Diazepam
(B) Phenytoin
(C) Sodium valproate
(D) Carbamazepine

Q.26 A 55 year old man was admitted after a motor vehicle accident with multiple injuries .His friend reported that he had been seeing a psychiatrist for an unknown diagnosis .He stated that the patient sometimes gets “Hyper “ for no reason , and becomes violent and sometimes is depressed . Of the following, which general psychiatric disorder is characterized by a pattern of aggression or violence which includes irritability, agitation, and violent behavior during manic or psychotic episodes?
(A) Delusional disorder
(B) Schizophrenia
(C) Bipolar disorder
(D) Depression

Q. 27 Alfred Binet is associated with :-
(A) Aptitude Testing
(B) Intelligence Testing
(C) Personality Testing
(D) Value Testing

Q.28 Emotion can be expressed by which of the following ;-
(A) Language
(B) Facial Expression
(C) Gesture
(D) All of the above

Q.29 Physical symptoms in Psychosomatic Disorder are caused by :-
(A) Environmental Factors
(B) Emotional Factors
(C) Physical Factors
(D) Genetic Factors


Q.30 A patient keeps repeating the last few words of what he heard the condition is known as ;-
(A) Thought
(B) Echopraxia
(C) Echolalia
(D) Neologism

Q.31 La Bella indifference is related to which of the following neurosis?
(A) Anxiety Disorder
(B) Phobic Anxiety Disorder
(C) Conversion Reaction
(D) Obsessional Compulsion Disorder

Q.32 Gustatory Hallucination Affect The :-
(A) Taste Buds
(B) Nose
(C) Ear
(D) Skin

Q.33 The therapeutic Effective Serum Lithium concentration level is monitored :-
(A) 12-24 Hrs
(B) 24-48 Hrs
(C) 3-5 Days
(D) 10-14 Days

Q.34 Intellectual Quotient (IQ) Tells About :-
(A) Academic Achievement
(B) Intellectual Maturity
(C) Mental Growth
(D) Mental Age in Relation to Chronological Age

Q.35 Persecutory Delusion is more common in :-
(A) Schizophrenia
(B) Manic Depressive Psychosis
(C) Paranoid schizophrenia
(D) Bipolar Affective Disorder

Q.36 Thinking is mental process that deals with :-
(A) Thought and Ideas
(B) Motives and Movement
(C) Feeling and Emotion
(D) Action and Reaction

Q.37 Significant Components of personality as described by Sigmund freud Are :-
(A) Conscious, Preconscious and subconscious
(B) Dream interpretation
(C) Id, Ego and Superego
(D) Defense Mechanism

Q.38 When A person Retreat or Revert to an infantile or childish level of Behaviour is called?
(A) Regression
(B) Suppression
(C) Repression
(D) Sublimation

Q.39 Which is the example of antianxiety drug?
(A) Diazepam
(B) Promazine
(C) Lithium carbonate
(D) Perinorm

Q.40 The patient with Antisocial Personality :-
(A) Rapidly learns by experience and punishment
(B) Has a great sense of responsibility towards others
(C) Is generally unable to postpone gratification
(D) Suffers from a great deal of anxiety

Q.41 The emotional experience in childhood becomes traumatic when?
(A) The ego is over whlmeed by anxiety it cannot be handled
(B) The child is unable to verbalized own feeling
(C) Parents are harse and restrictive
(D) The superego has not been internalized

Q. 42 Mentally Healthy individual can be defined as those who?
(A) Are able to meet their own basic needs
(B) Are not exhibiting pathological symptoms
(C) Are free from both physical and emotional problems
(D) Have insight into their own problem

Q.43 In which year Mental Health Act was passed?
(A) 1975
(B) 1987
(C) 1982
(D) 1995

Q.44 In following which therapy is used for treating Phobia ;-
(A) Hypnosis
(B) Aversion therapy
(D) Systematic Desensitization

Q. 45 Imipramine is a :-
(A) Antianxiety Drug
(B) Antimanic Drug
(C) Antipsychotic Drug
(D) Antidepressant Drug

Q.46 In following which is the major indication of ECT ?
(A) Severe Mania
(B) Phobia
(C) Severe Depression with suicidal
(D) Hysteria

Q. 47 In following which is not an example of opioid ?
(A) Morphine
(B) Pethidine
(C) Naloxone
(D) Heroin

Q.48 A patient with OCD frequency washes his hand, what is the reason behind this?
(A) He protect himself from infection
(B) He protect himself from dirt
(C) It is the part of treatment suggested by psychiatrist
(D) Hand washing relieves anxiety

Q.49 What is the main side effect of ECT /
(A) Hypotension
(B) Seizure
(C) Fracture
(D) Retrograde

Q.50 Lithium is ?
(A) Tranquilizer Drug
(B) Antimanic Drug
(C) Antidepressant Drug
(D) Antiparkinson Drug

Q.51  Risperidone is a :-
(A) Benzodiazepine
(B) Atypical Antidepressant
(C) Atypical Antipsychotic
(D) Mood Stabilizer

Q. 52 Nurse Must Observe on of the following side effects in a patient who is on Antipsychotic :-
(A) Extra Pyramidal symptom
(B) Arrhythmia
(C) Anorexia
(D) Hypertension  

Q. 53 Electroconvulsive Therapy is most commonly given in the following condition :-
(A) Neurosis
(B) Depression
(C) Obsession
(D) Substance Abuse

Q. 54 All of the Following are types of Delusion EXCEPT :-
(A) Grandiosity
(B) Wrong Perception
(C) Ideas of Reference
(D) Persecution

Q.55 All of following are neurotic disorder EXCEPT;
A. Mania
B. Conversion disorder
C. Neurotic depression
D. Phobia
Q.56. Repetitive behavior pattern performed in a stereotype manners?

A. Compulsion
B. Obsession
C. Repression
D. Replication

Q.57. When thought are so quick without association it is called?
A. Flight of ideas
B. Catalepsy
C. Mannerism
D. Clung association

Q. 58. Morphine belong to following group of drugs?
A. Belladonna alkaloids
B. Opioid
C. Barbiturates
D. Anticholinergics

Q.59. Fear of going outside to open space
A. Algophobia
B. Agoraphobia
C. Acrophobia
D. Amphi Phobia

Q.60. Patient with mania having all of the following symptoms EXCEPT.;
A. Elated with unstable mood
B. Increase Pressure of speech
C. Sluggish & Fatigue
D. Increased Motor Activity

Q.61 Which of the following is not the example of emotion :-
A. Fear
B. Love
C. Hunger
D. None of these
Q.62 Which of the following will influence an individual’s perception ?

A. Sensory limitations
B. Previous Experiences
C. Individual Needs
D. All of the above

Q.63 An idea or a thought that is silly, abused or appartly Meaningless. Yet a person can’t get rid of is known as :-
A. Agoraphobia 
B. Obsession
C. Both of the Above
D. None of the above

Q.64. Irrational Fear from public places is known as :-
A. Agoraphobia
B. Specific phobia
C. Social phobia
D. None of the above

Q. 65. Another Name of conversion Disorder :-
A. Epilepsy
B. Hysteria
C. Hypochondriasis
D. None of these

Q.66 Clomipramine is a :-
A. Antidepressant Drug
B. Antipsychotic Drug
C. Antianxiety Drug
D. None of these

Q.67. “Flight of Body “ is known as :-
A. Amnesia 
B. Depersonalization
C. Fugue
D. None of these

Q. 68. Which of the following is not included in psychosomatic disorder :-
A. Epilepsy
BAnorexia Nervosa
C. Essential Hypertension
D. None of these

Q.69. Revised Name of the Multiple Personality is :-
D. None of these

Q.70. Increased Dopamine Neurotransmitter receptors in brain could be responsible for the onset of :-
A. Schizophrenia
B. Depression
C. Narcissism

Q.71. Hebephrenic Schizophrenia is known as :-
A. Residual schizophrenia
B. Undifferentiated schizophrenia
C. Disorganized schizophrenia
D.  None of the above

Q.72. Which of the following is not a symptom of schizophrenia ?
A. Delusion 
B. Excessive Anxiety
C. Hallucination
D. None of these

Q. 73. In ECT, The intensity of Electric Current is Between :-
A. 70-130 volts
B. 130-220 volts
C. 220-440 volts
D. 440-540 volts

Q.74. Causes of Delirium are :-
A. Metabolic Disorder
B. Head Trauma
C. Infection
D. All

Q. 75. The Cause of Suicide is :-
A. Hopelessness
B. Helplessness
C. Worthlessness 
D. All of the Above

Q. 76. In which defence Mechanism  the person transfers his anger on others v;-
A. Delusion 
B. Conversion
C. Repression 
D. Projection

Q. 77. The therapy in which Harmony between husband and wife may achieved or established by efforts of experts :-
A. Cognitive therapy
B. Family therapy
C. Group therapy
D. Marital therapy

Q.78. The Factor which is Responsible to cause schizophrenia :_-
A. Sociocultural Factor
B. Psychosocial  Factor
C. Genetic Factor
D. All of the above

Q.79. After Ingestion of Alcohol by person who is on disulfiram Ethanol Reaction Occurs within :-
A. 10 min.
B. 30 min.
C. 60 min.
D. 2 hours

Q.80. Confabulation is commonly observed in patients with :-
A. Delusional Disorders
B. OCD Disorders
C. Amnestic Syndrome
D. Personality Disorders

Q.81. Dissociation is present in All, EXCEPT :-
A. Delirium
B. Multiple personality
C. Fugue
D. Somnambulism

Q.82. The person with generalised Anxiety Disorder :-
A. Is carefree and settled in mood
B. Does not worry about everyday routine events
C. Has no routine everyday events to worry about
D. Worries about everyday routine events

Q. 83. Agitated Depression is NOT characterized by ?
A. Elevated mood
B. Increased motor Activity
C. Depressed mood
D. Restless and purposeless movements

Q.84. The Essential features of obsessional thoughts in OCD are All EXCEPT –
A. A Resistance to subjective compulsion
B. A feeling of subjective compulsion
C. Presence of primary delusions
D. Preservation of Insight

Q.85. Which is NOT a positive sign seen in Schizophrenia :-
A. Delusions
B. Flat Affect
C. Thought disorder
D. Hallucinations

Q.86. At what age can medical treatment be withdrawn :-
A. 70
B. 90
C. 110
D. No Age
Q. 87. Mutism is NOT Associated with –
A. Depressive stupor
B. Hysteria
C. Catatonic stupor
D. Korsakoff’s psychosis

Q. 88. In following which is not included in the 4’´A s of Schizophrenia :-
A. Autism
B. Anxiety
C. Association Disorder
D. Ambivalence

Q. 89. In ICD – 10 Classification the disease that are classified in group F70-79 are-
A. Mood Affective disorder
B. Neurotic stress Related and somatoform disorder
C. Mental Retardation
D. Disorder of adult personality

Q. 90. Nursing care for improving sleep pattern of schizophrenic patient include all Except –
A. Switch off main light
B. Provide calm and cool environment
C. Give a glass of hot milk before sleeping
D. Avoid day time activities

Q. 91. Tertiary prevention of mental retardation includes:-
A. Autism
B. Immunization of children with DPT,BCG,OPV and MMR
C. Increase Educational level
D. Early detection of presence of mental retardation

Q. 92.  A Neurotic disorder in which person has two more personalities or which only one is being manifest at a time :-
A. Dissociative Identity Disorder
B. Hysterical fits
C. Dissociative fugue
D. Dissociative Amnesia

Q. 93. The Most important dependence producing opioid Derivatives are –
A. Codeine and Papaverine
B. Heroine and Methadone
C. Morphine and Heroine
D. Pethidine and Nolaptrine

Q. 94. In Following which is  not a characteristic of Disulfiram ethanol reaction :-
A. Tachycardia
B. Hypertension
C. Hypotension
D. Headache

Q. 95. The drug which is used for managing withdrawal symptoms of opioid ?
A. Clonidine
B. Methadone
C. Naltrexone
D. All of the Above
Q. 96. A Disorder in which Attempt is Made to counteract the effects  of overeating by self induced vomiting , after period of starvation etc.:-
A. Hypermnesia
B. Anorexia Nervosa
C. Bulimia Nervosa
D. Anorexia

Q. 47. The Nurse employed in a psychiatric unit is as signed to care for a patient admitted to the unit 2 days ago. On review of the patient’s record . The Nurses notes that the admission was an informal voluntary admission. Based on this type of admission, the Nurse expects which of the following ?
A. The patient will participate in the treatment plan
B. The patient will be angry and will refuse care
C. The patient will be very resistant to treatment measures.
D. The patient’s family will be very resistant to treatment measures.
Q.98. Disulfiram is prescribed for a patient with a problem related to alcohol. The nurse understand that this medication works on the principle of which of the following therapies?
A. Self control Therapy
B. Milieu therapy
C. Aversion therapy
D. Desensitization

Q.99. A Client was admitted  to a medical unit with acute blindness .Many tests Are performed and three seems to be no organic reason why this patient cannot see. The nurse later learns that the patient become blind after witnessing a hit and run car accident . when a family of three was killed. The nurse suspects that the patient may be experiencing  a :-

A. Repression
B. Psychosis
C. Dissociative Disorder  
D. Conversion Disorder
Q.100. Which of the following is not typical Anti-psychotic and does not have marked extra pyramidal side effects?
A. Clozapine
B. Haloperidol
C. Chlorpromazine
D. Fluphenazine

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