Behavioral Psychopharmacology Mini 3

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  1. What are the typical antipsychotics?
    • chlropromazine
    • trifluopherazine
    • fluphenazine
    • thioridazine
    • haloperidol
  2. What are the side effects of typical antipsychotics?
    • Tardive Dyskinesia
    • NMS
    • blurred vision
    • constipation
    • dry mouth
  3. What are the atypical antipsychotics?
    • Olanzapine
    • Chlozapine
    • quiestipine
    • risperidone
    • aripiprazole
    • ziprasidone
  4. What are the side effects of atypical antipsychotics?
    • weight gain
    • agranulocytosis
  5. Typical antipsychotics block what?
    dopamine
  6. Atypical antipsychotics block what?
    • dopamine
    • serotonin
  7. What are the 4 classes of anti-depressants?
    • tricyclics, heterocyclics
    • MAO inhibitors
    • SSRI
    • SNRI
  8. What class of drugs are given adjunctively in bipolar disorder?
    antidepressants
  9. What are the heterocyclic antidepressants?
    • desipramine
    • imipramine
    • amozapine
    • clomazapine
    • amitotryptiline
    • nortrptiline
  10. What is the undesirable side effect of SSRI and Tricyclics?
    Sexual Dysfunction
  11. What are the 4 SSRI?
    • sertraline
    • citalopram
    • fluoxetine
    • paroxetine
  12. How long does it take for SSRI to take effect?
    2-3 weeks
  13. What is mode of action of Tricyclics?
    block the reuptake of serotonin and NE
  14. What are the side effects of SSRI?
    • weight gain
    • suicide ideation
    • sexual dysfunction
  15. What anti-depressant category of drugs is contraindicated with many foods such as cheese because of the tyramine effect?
    MAOI
  16. What miscellaneous anti-depressant is associated with liver failure and death?
    nefazodone
  17. What SNRI is used for GAD?
    Venlafaxine
  18. What SNRI is used for diabetic peripheral neuropathy?
    Duloxetine
  19. What Depression drug is used for smoking cessation?
    Bupropion
  20. What antidepressant gives papism?
    Trazodone
  21. Name 6 anti-manic drugs?
    • oxacarbazepine
    • valproic acid
    • carbamezapine
    • lithium
    • lamotrigene
    • Gabapentin
  22. What 2 antimanic drugs give A stevens-johnson syndrome?
    • Carbamezapine
    • Lamotrigene
  23. Anti-manic drugs are postulated to work how?
    increase GABA
  24. What kinds of classes of drugs are used as anxiolytics?
    • Beta blockers
    • histamine blockers
    • SSRI
    • Heterocyclics
  25. The main drugs used for anxiety are what?
    Benzodiazepine
  26. What drug is used for GAD that does not cause any interactions with alcohol and it stimulates 5H1A receptors?
    Buspirone
  27. What class of drugs is used for short term for GAD and for long term?
    • Benzodiazepines
    • Buspirone
  28. Most of the Benzodiazepines end in what suffix?
    • pam
    • diazepam
    • triazolam
    • lorazepam
    • temazopam
  29. How is the Grand Mal Seizure induced in people with severe depression?
    Electro-convulsive Therapy
  30. ECT may also be used for what two other conditions?
    • Schizophrenia
    • Bipolar Disorder
  31. The retrograde amnesia in ECT patients may be minimized how?
    If it is performed unilaterraly
  32. What is Ginko Biloba extract mostly used for?
    improving memory
  33. St. Johns Wort may have an effect on what ?
    mild to moderate depression
  34. Valerian seems to alleviate what condition?
    Insomnia

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