Therapeutic Approaches-Biofeedback Therapy (CBSE-NET (UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 12 - 17 of 17

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Question number: 12

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Tardive dyskinesia is a neurological disorder that may be caused by

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a.

taking major tranquilizers for extended periods.

b.

an undersecretion of the body’s natural dopamine’s.

c.

a lack of dopamine receptors in the limbic system in the brain.

d.

abuse of amphetamines.

Question number: 13

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Major tranquilizers are also known as

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psychoactives.

b.

stimulants.

c.

antineurotics.

d.

antipsychotics.

Question number: 14

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A therapeutic technique for psychological disorders that produces seizures, decreased emotional responses, and even stupor as side effects is

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a.

immunotherapy.

b.

lobotomy.

c.

hospitalization.

d.

drug therapy.

Question number: 15

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It has been discovered that all major anti-psychotic drugs

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facilitate the action of dopamine.

b.

increase levels of dopamine.

c.

promote dopamine release.

d.

block the action of dopamine.

Question number: 16

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A researcher seeking an organic basis for schizophrenia would be well-advised to investigate the role of

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a.

dopamine and dopamine receptors.

b.

histamine and antihistamine.

c.

amphetamines and amphetamine receptors.

d.

adrenaline and noradrenaline.

Question number: 17

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The practice of drilling a hole in a person’s head to let the evil spirits out is called

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a.

trepanning.

b.

subdural relief.

c.

psychosurgery

d.

envaraging.

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