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  1. Is defined as wanting to avoid or get away from something
    Aversion
  2. Known as recurrent failure to resist impulses to steal objects that are not needed for personal use or for thier monetary value
    Kleptomania
  3. Pleasure, gratification, or relief of tension when setting fires or when witnessing or participating in the aftermath
    Pyromania
  4. Recurrent pulling of ones hair, resulting in noticible hair loss
    Trichotillomania
  5. What fits under impulse control disorder
    • Kleptomania
    • Pyromania
    • Pathological Gambling
    • Trichotillomania
  6. What is the difference between acute and chronic adjustment disorder
    • Acute: Symptoms last less than 6 months
    • Chronic: Last longer than 6 months
  7. An enduring pattern of inner experience and behavior that deviates markedly from the expectations of the individules culture
    Core concept of personality disorders
  8. Odd, Wierd people are grouped in this catagory
    Cluster A Personality disorders
  9. THis person distrust or suspicious of others leading to thier motives being interpreted as malevolent, begins in early adulthood
    Paranoid personality disorder
  10. an individual usually starting around the age of 15yrs who has a pervasive disregard for and violation of the rights of others.
    Antisocial personality disorder
  11. What are some indicators that a sailor might be at risk for suc]icide
    • Behavorial,
    • Attitude,
    • And performance changes
  12. Clinical disorder
    AXIS I
  13. Personality disorders and mental retardation
    AXIS II
  14. General Medical Conditions
    AXIS III
  15. Psychosocial and enviromental Problema
    AXIS IV
  16. Global Assesment of Functioning
    V
  17. Cant recognize sensory imput
    Agnosia
  18. The absence of interest in or pleasure from performance of acts that would ordinarily be enjoyable
    anhedonia
  19. Perception of an object or event when no such stimulus or situation excist
    Hallucination
  20. Most common hallucination to least
    • Visual
    • Auditory
    • Olfactory
    • tactile
    • Gustatory
  21. known as a decrease in appetite or aversion of food
    Anorexia
  22. An intense fear of gaining weight or becoming fat, even though underweight
    Anorexia Nervosa
  23. Recurrent episodes of binge eating, over the normal amount in a descrete period of time, loss of control for over eating in that moment
    Bulimea Nervosa
  24. not eating and fasting for fear of gaining weight
    anorexia nervosa
  25. overeating and purging to maintain weight
    bulimia nervosa
  26. Medications used to treat anxiety
    Anxiolytic
  27. A fixed false belief that cannot be influenced or corrected by facts or reason
    Delusion
  28. total or partial inability to recal past experiences
    Amnesia
  29. Disturbance of consciousness with reduced ability to focus, sustain or shift attention, a change in cogntion not related to dementia
    Delirium
  30. what is considered a walking coma, basic lack of response to outside stimulii
    Catatonic
  31. Is considerd when a person has a fear of a situation or place where escape may be difficult or help is unavailable
    Agoraphobia
  32. Fear of embarressment in social or performance situations
    Social phobia
  33. How do you treat delerium
    Treat the medical condition that causes it
  34. Slurred speech, unsteady gait, Nystagmus, decreased attention or memory, stupor or coma
    Signs of Alcohol intoxication
  35. Tremors, Insomnia, Nausea and Vomiting, Anxiety, Tactile and auditory hallucinations, psychomotor agitation, grand mal seizures and delirium are signs of
    Alcohol Withdrawl
  36. Sensation of slowed time, conjunctival injection, increased appetite and dry mouth are signs of
    Cannabis (weed) Intoxication
  37. Hypervigillance, interpersonal sensitivity, stereotypical behaviors, hyper and hypotension, and pupil dialation are signs of
    Cocain intoxication
  38. A person with delusions, hallucinations, catatonia, disorganized speech and thoughts lasting 6 months or more, not due to substances or general medical condition is termed to be
    Schizophrenia
  39. Preocuppation with persecutory delusions and hallucinations
    Paranoid Schizophrenic
  40. Schizophrenia with depression, mania, and mixed episodes
    Schizoaffective disorder
  41. The type of insomnia that is caused by another condition
    Secondary
  42. What is insomnia caused by insomnia itself
    primary
  43. the need for significantly increasing amounts of substance to achieve desired affect
    Tolerance
  44. the intentional production or feigning of physical or psychological signs or symptoms, assuming the sick role
    facticious disorder
  45. Intentional production of false or grossly exaggerated physical symptoms or psychological symptoms
    malingering
  46. disturbances in the amount and quality or timing of sleep
    Dysomnia
  47. the inability to fall asleep or stay asleep
    Insomnia
  48. sleep periods are excessively long, but restful
    hypersomnia
  49. Abnormal behaviors or physiological events associated with sleep
    Parasomnia
  50. irresistable attacks of refreshing sleep that occur daily for 3 months
    Narcolepsy
  51. Sleep disruption leading to excessive sleepiness or insomnia caused by breathing condition
    Breathing related sleep disorder
  52. What should be taken into consideration if a male is suffering from pre-mature ejaculation
    • Age
    • sexual stimulation
    • previous sexual exeriences

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