NOUN TMA Solutions: NSS401 - Mental Health and Psychiatry Nursing I

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NOUN TMA Solutions: NSS401 - Mental Health and Psychiatry Nursing I

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Q1 The commonest psychiatric disorder among elderly is____,
Dementia

Q2 The commonest psychiatric illness in world is____,

Anxiety neurosis

Q3 When the patient believes that some body trying to do harm to him, this is called ____,

Delusion pf persecutio n

Q4 False sensory perception in the absence of real external stimuli is called _____,

Hallucination

Q5 Which of the following examples best illustrates a delusion of reference?

The news announcer on TV is talking about me

Q6 Means complete suppression of speech, thought and action. It is more common in schizophrenic states than in depressive ones

Stupor

Q7 These are Exciting (or Precipitating) Causes of mental disorder Except___.

Age and Sex

Q8 This is the unconscious forgetfulness of aspects of past events that may cause pain or discomfort.

Repression

Q9 This can be either a positive or negative shifting of feelings from one person to another because one identifies with the two.

Transference

Q10 This is a defence mechanism in which a person attributes his own motives to others or blames someone else for his own problems.

Projectio n

Q11 This is an escape into a dream world to avoid reality.

Fantasy

Q12 These are based on Pavlovian principles and Skinner􀳦??s principles.

Behavioural ski lls

Q13 A firm understanding and acceptance by the nurse allows acknowledging a patient􀳦??s differences and uniqueness.

Self-awarenes s

Q14 ___ can be defined as the series of techniques or process which the individual utilises in order to meet the internal and external changes affecting him so as to maintain a state of equilibrium.

Adjustment

Q15 􀳦??Maladaptive responses to stressors from the internal or external environment, evidenced by thoughts, feelings and behaviours that are incongruent with the local and cultural norms

Mental Illness

Q16 The ability to cope with the recurrent stresses of living and achieve a relatively effective adjustment is referred to as

Mental Hea lth

Q17 Identify the correct statements about criteria for the diagnosis of major mental illness

Loss of reality contact is not a criterion for major mental illness

Q18 Which of the following is not a characteristic of a mentally healthy person?

Inability to establish a meaningful relationship

Q19 A person who believes everyone is out to get him is experiencing a(n)

Idea of referen ce

Q20 In the pre-scientific era, people believed the following about psychiatric illness except

mental illness is a form of maltreatment





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Re: NOUN TMA Solutions: NSS401 - Mental Health and Psychiatry Nursing I

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Q21 Consists in the patient doing the exact opposite of what is asked of him e.g. shutting the eyes when told to open them etc.

Negativism

Q22 It is the maintenance of uncomfortable postures for long periods.

Catalep sy

Q23 It is a return to a former somewhat primitive and rather childish type of reaction.

Regression

Q24 Avoidance of a problem by seeking attention and expression of concern over difficulties is known as

Sympathism

Q25 This is a behaviour in which a person convinces himself that his reasons for doing something are different from what they really are

Rationalisa tion

Q26 In ____, a person imagines he is someone else he is obviously not, such as a movie star, an intellectual giant or a successful business executive.

Fantasy

Q27 In ____ a person remains emotionally immature either in all phases of his personality or in only certain aspects of it.

Fixation

Q28 This mechanism is in constant use and even more so by the disabled person. For instance, the visually impaired often develop a high sense of hearing and remembering voices

Compen sation

Q29 The proverbial 􀳦??the grapes are sour􀳦?􀳦 is a good example;

Denial of realit y

Q30 This is transference of an emotion from the situation that caused it to a less stressful or threatening situation

Displacement

Q31 These are less desirable coping strategies Except___

Laughing, crying and swearing

Q32 In the general Principles of Psychiatric Nursing, Patient is Accepted Exactly as He/She is: this implies the following, Except__.

Consistency is Used to Contribute to Pat ient􀳦??s Security

Q33 Psychotherapeutic,Health teaching, Activities of daily living, Somatic therapies and Therapeutic environment, are the components of Professional Practice Standard ______

5

Q34 Professional Practice Standards for Mental Health Nursing are__ in number.

6

Q35 Extinction, Time out, Restraining and Over correction: can decrease______,

maladaptive behavi our

Q36 These are prerequisites for a Mental Health Nurse Except___

Personal Skills

Q37 These include: empathy, warmth and genuineness, unconditional positive regard/non judgmental approach and confidentiality

Care values and at titudes

Q38 It is a key component of psychiatric nursing experience. It is an answer to the question, 􀳦??who am I􀳦?􀳦.

Self –awareness

Q39 It is also referred to as the concept of adaptation or homeostasis.

Adjustment

Q40 is the successful adaptation to stressors from the internal and external environment, evidenced by thoughts, feelings and behaviours that are age-appropriate and congruent with local and cultural norms􀳦?􀳦.

Mental Hea lth





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Q41 Mental health is defined as ____,

The ability to distinguish what is rea l from what is not.

Q42 The mental status examination includes all the followingExce pt _____,

Family history

Q43 Personality disorders are recorded on which DSM axis?

I I

Q44 A person who believes that the television news anchor is talking to him is suffering from ____,

delusions of grandeur.

Q45 A person who is hearing voices that are not there is experiencing ____,

hallucinati ons.

Q46 Which of the following is not an anxiety disorder?

bipolar disorder

Q47 Which of the following is a personality disorder?

schizotypal

Q48 On which axis of the DSM is medical disorders?

III

Q49 What organization publishes the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders?

American Psychiatric Association

Q50 Which of the following is an example of repression?

Suppressing bad memories or current thoughts that cau se anxiety

Q51 Which of the following is not an axis I disorder?

Schizotypical personality disorder.

Q52 What is a defence mechanism?

A mechanism designed to reduce stress and conflict caused by specific experiences.

Q53 The commonest psychotic illness in is____,

Schizophrenia

Q54 The commonest mental illness in children is____,

Neuroses

Q55 Mental disorders are____,

Adaptive and Reparative
Protective
Defensive
***All of the above

Q56 The commonest psychiatric disorder among elderly is____,

Dementia

Q57 The commonest psychiatric illness in world is____,

Anxiety neurosis

Q58 When the patient believes that some body trying to do harm to him, this is called ____,

Delusion pf persecutio n

Q59 False sensory perception in the absence of real external stimuli is called _____,

Hallucination

Q60 Which of the following examples best illustrates a delusion of reference?

The news announcer on TV is talking about me





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Q61 Means complete suppression of speech, thought and action. It is more common in schizophrenic states than in depressive ones

Stupor

Q62 These are Exciting (or Precipitating) Causes of mental disorder Except___.

Age and Sex

Q63 This is the unconscious forgetfulness of aspects of past events that may cause pain or discomfort.

Repression

Q64 This can be either a positive or negative shifting of feelings from one person to another because one identifies with the two.

Transference

Q65 This is a defence mechanism in which a person attributes his own motives to others or blames someone else for his own problems.

Projectio n

Q66 This is an escape into a dream world to avoid reality.

Fantasy

Q67 This defence mechanism involves divorcing ideas from the feelings that would naturally be associated with them by satisfying contradictory motives.

Dissociation

Q68 This is a defence mechanism by which a person counter-balances failure in one area by excelling in another.

Compen sation

Q69 This is a defence reaction in which a person protects his ego from a stressful situation by refusing to perceive it or withdrawing from it.

Denial of realit y

Q70 These are desirable coping strategies Except___

Drug abuse

Q71 ___ can be demonstrated by: avoiding sensitive subjects and issues

Being Sincerely Interested in the Patient

Q72 Professional Performance Standards for Mental Health Nursing are __ in number.

4

Q73 Professional Practice Standards for Mental Health Nursing I is_____,

Theory

Q74 Modeling, Shaping, Chaining and Cueing: can teach________,

new behaviour

Q75 Positive reinforcement, Negative reinforcement and Token economy: can increase _______,

adaptive behaviour

Q76 These are based on Pavlovian principles and Skinner􀳦??s principles.

Behavioural ski lls

Q77 A firm understanding and acceptance by the nurse allows acknowledging a patient􀳦??s differences and uniqueness.

Self-awarenes s

Q78 ___ can be defined as the series of techniques or process which the individual utilises in order to meet the internal and external changes affecting him so as to maintain a state of equilibrium.

Adjustment

Q79 􀳦??Maladaptive responses to stressors from the internal or external environment, evidenced by thoughts, feelings and behaviours that are incongruent with the local and cultural norms

Mental Illness

Q80 The ability to cope with the recurrent stresses of living and achieve a relatively effective adjustment is referred to as

Mental Hea lth





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