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1.  Lifetime risk of major depression for women is?
A) 5% to 10%
B) 10% to 25%
C) 25% to 50%
2.  In the United States, depression is how much more likely to occur in women than in men?
A) three times as likely
B) two times as likely
C) five times as likely
3.  Depression is an illness that affects what?
A) the way people live
B) the way a person thinks
C) the way people behave and act toward themselves and others
D) all of the above
4.  All of the following are symptoms of clinical depression except?
A) loss of appetite or overeating
B) sleep disturbance
C) lack of energy
D) happiness and contentment
5.  According to the DSM-IV, when should Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder be diagnosed ?
A) when symptoms occur in most menstrual cycles throughout the previous year
B) when the impairment affects the ability to function
C) when the symptoms are absent for at least one week after menstruation
D) all of the above
6.  How is Bipolar disorder diagnosed?
A) a blood test
B) a brain scan
C) family history alone
7.  What factors cause depression?
A) hereditary factors
B) psychological factors
C) societal factors
D) all of the above
8.  Which of the following is NOT considered trauma?
A) death of a family member
B) child abuse
C) marriage
D) divorce
9.  The Kubler-Ross model of loss includes all of the following except?
A) anger
B) bargaining
C) depression
D) meaningfulness
10.  Medical problems known to cause depression are?
A) anemia
B) hypothyroidism
C) chronic infection
D) all of the above
11.  What has been the treatment of choice for Bipolar disorder?
A) Lithium
B) Prozac
C) Ritalin

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