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Depression and Anxiety
See how much you know about these common mood disorders.
What is the predominant mood of a person with anxiety?
People with anxiety usually know they have anxiety.
Which of the following lists of symptoms is typical of a person with depression?
Racing thoughts, decreased need for sleep, euphoric mood, risk-taking behaviors, and irritability
Seeing things that aren't there, hearing voices when no one is present, and displaying emotions different from those that one is actually feeling.
Fatigue, difficulting concentrating, loss of interest in usual activities, poor appetite, guilt, and insomnia
Irritability, fatigue, insomnia, difficulty concentrating, restlessness, and headaches
Which of the following sleep disorders is more typical of a person with depression?
Parasomnia (nightmares, sleepwalking, or other violent behaviors while sleeping)
Early insomnia (difficulty getting to sleep)
Late insomnia (difficulty staying asleep)
People with depression usually know they are depressed.
Which of the following people is generally at the highest risk of suicide?
A depressed housewife with a disabled child
A single mother with 4 children who is on welfare
A divorced, unemployed man living alone
An anxious stockbroker
Which of the following medications is effective for both depression and anxiety?
Depression and anxiety are considered mood disorders. Which of the following is also considered a mood disorder?
Schizotypal Personality Disorder
Which of the following disorders is NOT a form of anxiety?
Body Dysmorphic Disorder
Of the following medications for anxiety, which is potentially addictive?
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