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Signs

and Symptoms
16.06.2015 30 minutes
10 marks

SET A
1.A process by which repressed material, particularly a painful experience
or a conflict, is brought back to consciousness; in this process, the person not only
recalls but relives the repressed material, which is accompanied by the appropriate
affective response._______________________________________.
2. Loss of interest in and withdrawal from all regular and pleasurable
activities.____________________________________.
3. Amnesia experienced by alcoholics about behavior during drinking bouts;
usually indicates reversible brain damage._________________________.
4. Disturbance in the associative thought and speech processes in
which a patient digresses into unnecessary details and inappropriate thoughts before
communicating the central idea. Observed in schizophrenia, obsessional
disturbances, and certain cases of dementia.______________________________
5. False belief, based on incorrect inference about external reality, that is firmly held
despite objective and obvious contradictory proof or evidence and despite the fact
that other members of the culture do not share the belief._____________________
6. Air of confidence and enjoyment; a mood more cheerful than normal
but not necessarily pathological.________________________________.
7. Absence or near absence of any signs of affective expression__________________
8. Alteration in mood and affect consisting of sadness appropriate to a real loss;
normally, it is self limited. _________________________________
9. Diminished ability to understand the objective reality of a situation.
______________________
10. Restriction in the amount of speech used; replies may be
monosyllabic. ___________________________

Please explain the following terms :Word Salad ,Mood , Malingering , True insight , regression

Signs and Symptoms


16.06.2015 30 minutes
10 marks

SET B
1. The subjective and immediate experience of emotion attached to ideas or
mental representations of objects._____________________________
2. Unconscious defense mechanism in which a person develops a
socialized attitude or interest that is the direct antithesis of some infantile wish or
impulse that is harbored either consciously or unconsciously.
_______________________
3. An attack or sudden onset of certain symptoms, such as convulsions, loss of
consciousness, and psychic or sensory disturbances; seen in epilepsy and can be
substance induced. ________________________________
4. Hallucination involving the perception of a physical experience localized within
the body. ________________________________
5. Oblique, degressive, or even irrelevant manner of speech in which the
central idea is not communicated. ____________________________
6. Sleeplike state of reduced consciousness and activity. ______________________
7. Pathological need to act on an impulse that, if resisted, produces
anxiety; repetitive behavior in response to an obsession or performed according to
certain rules, with no true end in itself other than to prevent something from
occurring
in the future. ___________________________________
8. Illusion of visual recognition in which a new situation is incorrectly regarded
as a repetition of a previous experience._____________________
9. Exaggerated conception of one's importance, power, or
identity.______________________________
10. A level of understanding or awareness that one has emotional
problems. It facilitates positive changes in personality and behavior when present.

Please explain the following terms :Sublimation, judgement , hallucination, acting out , affect

Signs and Symptoms


16.06.2015 30 minutes
10 marks

SET C
1. Inability to understand the import or significance of sensory stimuli; cannot
be explained by a defect in sensory pathways or cerebral lesion; the term has also
been used to refer to the selective loss or disuse of knowledge of specific objects
because of emotional circumstances, as seen in certain schizophrenic, anxious, and
depressed patients____________________________________.
2. Involuntary passage of feces, usually occurring at night or during sleep.
_________________________.
3. Rapid succession of fragmentary thoughts or speech in which content
changes abruptly and speech may be incoherent. ___________________________
4. False sensory perception occurring in the absence of any relevant
external stimulation of the sensory modality involved. _________________________
5. Excessive time spent asleep. _____________________________ .
6. Exaggerated concern about health that is based not on real medical
pathology but on unrealistic interpretations of physical signs or sensations as
abnormal. _______________________________ .
7. Ability to resist an impulse, drive, or temptation to perform some
action. ________________________________ .
8. State in which one is easily annoyed and provoked to anger.
________________________________ .
9. Feigning disease to achieve a specific goal, for example, to avoid an
unpleasant responsibility. _______________________________ .
10. State of awareness of oneself and one's surroundings in terms of time,
place, and person. ___________________________________.

Please explain the following terms :Delusion , hypochondria , mania , grandiosity , enueresis

Signs and Symptoms


16.06.2015 30 minutes
10 marks

SET D
1. Coexistence of two opposing impulses toward the same thing in the
same person at the same time. Seen in schizophrenia, borderline states,
obsessive-compulsive disorders.___________________________
2. Acute, intense attack of anxiety associated with personality disorganization;
the anxiety is overwhelming and accompanied by feelings of impending doom.
____________________________
3. Conscious awareness of elements in the environment by the mental
processing of sensory stimuli. _____________________
4. A process by which repressed material, particularly a painful experience
or a conflict, is brought back to consciousness; in this process, the person not only
recalls but relives the repressed material, which is accompanied by the appropriate
affective response. ________________________________
5. Loss of ability to do calculations; not caused by anxiety or impairment in
concentration. ___________________________
6. Severe anxiety associated with motor restlessness. ________________________
7. Inability to recall the names of objects. _______________________________
8. Reduction in intensity of feeling tone less severe than that of
blunted affect. _______________________________
9. False belief that one's lover is unfaithful. ________________________________
10. Normal range of mood, implying absence of depressed or elevated mood.
___________________________________

Please explain the following terms :-

Panic , hypomania , rationalization , dementia , poverty of speech