Psychiatry Quizzes & Trivia

Psychiatry is defined as the study and treatment of mental illness, emotional disturbance, and abnormal behavior. Doctors go deep inside people’s brains in attempt to ultimately help them live better lives. Go inside your brain and use it to have fun with our online quizzes.

Expand your brain with questions like: “Who wrote The Myth Of Mental Illness”, “What is a lobotomy?”, “What is Asperger’s syndrome?”, “What is ADHD?”, and “What is Prozac?”. Life can be stressful and get to your head very quickly. Stop for a moment and experience mental jubilance with our quizzes. These tests are for everyone to enjoy regardless of their knowledge on this vast subject. Just always remember to have fun and good luck!
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    Supplementation with _______________enhances cerebral and cognitive functions

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    Which of the following antipsychotic medications has an associated risk of agranulocytosis of 1%?

Developmental disorders,motor skills disorders, communication disorders, mental retardation

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    A 4-year-old female who lives at the homeless shelter with her mother displays developmentally inappropriate social relatedness. For example, she displays indiscriminate sociability by being reluctant to get to know her caregivers at the daycare and displays excessive  resistance to comforting. After getting the patients social history, you determine that the child's basic emotional needs for comfort, stimulation, and affection have not been met by her primary caregiver. What would your diagnosis be?

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Psychiatry Questions & Answers

Which of the following statements regarding panic disorder is correct?
1. ssris and cognitive behavioral therapy are the current treatments of choice-the answer is c, ssrls and cognitive behavioral therapy are the current treatments of choice. panic disorder is characterized by recurrent, unexpected, brief episodes of i
What is the appropriate disposition? A 67-year-old retired police officer is brought in by his son for frequent crying and excessive sleeping. The patient has a history of lung cancer and 6 months...
1. insist on psychiatric admission-the answer is d, insist on psychiatric admission.suicide remains a major cause of death throughout the world, and emergency physicians are often in the position of determining the disposition of potentially suicidal