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1. To the methods of research in medical psychology all belong except for one:

A. pathopsychological research

B. clinical interviewing

C. neuropsychological research

D. testing of individually-psychological features

*E. amital-caffeine deleting of breaking


2. Principle of the clinical interviewing are all after an exception one:

A. use an algoritm

B. availability

C. impassivity

*D. stereotype

E. verification


3. The clinical interviewing consists of:

A. 1 stage

B. 2 stages

C. 3 stages

*D. 4 stages

E. 5 stages


4. Duration of the first interview must make:

A. 20 min.

B. 30 min.

C. 40 min.

*D. 50 min.

E. 60 min.


5. The guarantee of confidentiality gets a client on:

*A. 1 stage of interview

B. 2 stage of interview

C. 3 stage of interview

D. 4 stage of interview

E. 5 stage of interview


6. The method of icons is used for research:

*A. memory

B. attention

C. intellect

D. emotions

E. consciousness


7. The method of Myunsterberg is used for research:

A. memory

*B. attention

C. intellect

D. emotions

E. consciousness


8. Combined of behavioral, motivational and cognitive features of psychical activity of patients, certain in psychological concepts name:

A. an abnormal psychology symptom

B. an abnormal psychology syndrome

*C. a pathopsychological syndrome

D. a pathopsychological symptom

E. the pathopsychological phenomenon


9. Emotionally-volitional disorders, violations of structure and hierarchy of reasons, inadequacy of self-appraisal and level of solicitations, violations of prognostication and support on past experience are included in a structure of:

A. schizophrenia

B. neurosis

*C. psychopathy

D. organic pathology

E. oligophrenia


10. The Lyusher test is used for an estimation:

A. degree of cognitive violations

B. degree of intellectual development

C. features of thought

D. clarity of consciousness

*E. emotional experiencing


11. Research, directed on the estimation of the state of higher psychical functions, features of functioning, asymmetry of hemispheres named:

*A. neuropsychological

B. pathopsychological

C. abnormal psychology

D. psychiatric

E. psychosomatic


12. The ability to know objects by touch named:

A. tactile

*B. stereognosis

C. empathy

D. reflection

E. agnostic

13. MMPI questionnaire of personality allows to discover:

A. neuropsychological symptoms

B. pathopsychological phenomena

*C. personality type

D. properties of temperament

E. intellectual capabilities


14. To the methods of research of attention all methods belong after an exception one:

*A. Pictogram

B. Shulte test

C. proof-reading test

D. Raven test

E. method of Myunsterberg


15. Combination of psychical properties and acts of man, what based on unity bodies and psyches which are formed and show up in public relationships carries the name:

A. Individum.

B. Individuality.

C. Identity.

*D. Personality.

E. Originality.


16. Individual description of man and higher animals, that appears in force, tension, speed and even temper of motion of its psychical processes named:

*A. temperament.

B. character.

C. capabilities.

D. talent.

E. genius.


17. What types of temperament do you know?

A. Sanguine

B. Phlegmatic

C. Choleric

D. Melancholy

*E. All previous


18. That is the bar of personality, main determinant of its individuality.

*A. Character.

B. Temperament.

C. Individuality.

D. Capabilities.

E. Talent.


19. Complex of permanent psychical properties of man, which appear in its conduct and activity, in attitude toward society, to labour, collective, to itself is named:

A. Temperament.

*B. Character.

C. Individuality.

D. Capabilities.

E. Talent.


20. The high level of capabilities is named:

A. temperament.

B. character.

C. capability.

D. creation.

*E. talent.


21. A patient actively casts aside ideas about illness and her consequences are possible, estimates the displays of illness as not "serious feelings", that is why renounces an inspection and treatment or limited to "self-treatment". Which type of reacting on illness?

A. Egocentric.

B. Harmonious.

C. Apathetical.

D. Euphoric.

*E. Anosognosia.


22. A patient is fully indifferent to the illness and its consequences, lost interest to life, to everything, that before interested him. Passively takes medicines and procedures. Which type of reacting on illness?

A. Hypochondria.

B. Anosognosia.

C. Egocentric.

*D. Apathetical.

E. Depressed.


23. A patient is anxious, troubled, rather afraid possible complications, doubts in efficiency of treatment, a mood is low-spirited. Which type of reacting on illness?

A. Hypochondria.

B. Neurasthenic.

*C. Anxiously-depressed.

D. Dysphoric.

E. Anosognosia.


24. A patient is sure of presence for him of serious illness, constantly concentrated on the sickly feelings, experiencing and continuous talks about illness result in the exaggerated subjective perception of those, that is present and search of pseudo maladies. Desires to treat oneself are combined with disbelief in success. Which type of reacting on illness?

A. Anxiously-depressed.

*B. Hypochondria.

C. Apathetical.

D. Egocentric.

E. Dysphoric.


25. A patient is irritable to pain, sufferings, impatient, uncapable to expect the results of inspection and treatment. Which type of reacting on illness?

A. Depressed.

B. Hypochondria.

C. Egocentric.

*D. Neurasthenic.

E. Dysphoric.


26. Patient has exploited-spiteful mood, disturbed, inclined to the flashes of extreme dissatisfied people which surround him, and by itself also. Meticulously executes setting, but with a suspicious mistrust behaves to the new settings. Which type of reacting on illness?

A. Disrespectful.

*B. Dyspforic.

C. Utilitarian.

D. Depressed.

E. Hypochondria.


27. A patient demonstrates the illness for relatives with the purpose of to bring their attention over to itself, requires an exceptional anxiety about itself. Which type of reacting on illness?

A. Utilitarian.

*B. Egocentric.

C. Harmonious.

D. Anosognosia.

E. Disrespectful.


28. Patient harmoniously, correctly estimates the illness, aims to be actively instrumental in treatment, and at unfavorable prognosis commuted attention on other factors. Which type of reacting on illness?

A. Neurasthenic.

*B. Harmonious.

C. Disrespectful.

D. Egocentric.

E. Apathetical.


29. A psychical process which consists in the reflection of objects and phenomena of reality, which operate on the analyzer of man is

*A. Perception.

B. Feeling.

C. Memory.

D. Emotions.

E. Attention.


30. Misinterpretation perception of a true sensation of surrounding objects and phenomena of the real world name:

*A. Illusions.

B. Hallucinations.

C. Delirium.

D. Depersonalization.

E. All answers are true.


31. A sensory perception experienced in the absence of an external stimulus is named:

A. Illusions.

*B. Hallucinations.

C. Delirium.

D. Depersonalization.

E. All answers are true.


32. A psychical process by which a man represents past experience and real reality is named

A. Thoughts.

B. Perception.

C. Attention.

*D. Memory.

E. Emotions.


33. Common medical and psychiatric causes of hallucinations include all, except

A. Fiver.

*B. Neurosis.

C. Schizophrenia.

D. Intoxication.

E. Delirium.


34. A visual illusion that distorts the size, shape, or inclination of objects, named:

A. Derealization.

*B. Metamorphopsia.

C. Delirium.

D. Depersonalization.

E. Sensation.


35. The inability to recall some memory or memories of the past, beyond ordinary forgetfulness named:

*A. Retrograde amnesia

B. Gypomnezia.

C. Anterograde amnesia.

D. Traumatic amnesia

E. Lacunar amnesia.


36. New events contained in the immediate memory are not transferred to the permanent as long-term memory, so the sufferer will not be able to remember anything that occurs after the onset of this type of amnesia for more than a brief period following the event. This memory disorder named:

A. Retrograde amnesia

B. Gypomnezia.

*C. Anterograde amnesia.

D. Traumatic amnesia

E. Lacunar amnesia.


37. A memory disorder in which someone can recall certain information, but they do not know where or how they obtained the information, named:

*A. Retrograde amnesia

B. Gypomnezia.

C. Anterograde amnesia.

D. Traumatic amnesia

E. Lacunar amnesia.


38. The cognitive process of selectively concentrating on one aspect of the environment while ignoring other things named:

A. Feeling.

B. Perception.

C. Memory.

*D. Attention.

E. Thought.


39. What properties of attention do estimate?

A. Duration.

B. Capacity.

*C. Volume, firmness, division and switching of attention.

D. Concentration.

E. Forgetfulness.

40. The loss of memory about one specific event named:

A. Childhood amnesia.

B. Traumatic amnesia.

C. Retrograde amnesia.

D. Anterograde amnesia.

*E. Lacunar amnesia.


41. A psychical process, higher form of creative activity of man through which the most substantial signs of objects and phenomena of the objective world are represented and their intercommunications open up named:

A. Feeling.

B. Perception.

C. Memory.

D. Attention.

*E. Thought.


42. Ability to understand, recall, mobilize, and constructively integrate previous learning in meeting new situations named:

A. Feeling.

B. Perception.

C. Memory.

*D. Intellect.

E. Thought.


43. False belief, based on incorrect experience about external reality, cannot be corrected named:

*A. Delusion.

B. Neologism.

C. Verbigeration.

D. Derailment.

E. Blocking.


44. Literal thinking, limited use of metaphor without understanding of nuances of meaning named:

*A. Concrete thinking.

B. Abstract thinking.

C. Mental retardation.

D. Dementia.

E. Volubility.


45. Ability to appreciate nuances of meaning, multidimensional thinking with ability use metaphors and hypotheses appropriately named:

A. Concrete thinking.

*B. Abstract thinking.

C. Mental retardation.

D. Dementia.

E. Volubility.


46. Inborn lack of intellect to a degree in which there is interference with social and vocational performance named:

A. Concrete thinking.

B. Abstract thinking.

*C. Mental retardation.

D. Dementia.

E. Pseudodementia.


47. Purchased organic and global deterioration of intellectual functioning without clouding of consciousness named:

A. Concrete thinking.

B. Abstract thinking.

C. Mental retardation.

*D. Dementia.

E. Pseudodementia.


48. During the phase of orientation doctor:

*A. looks after the unverbal conduct of patient

B. decides, what labtests it follows to sign up a patient

C. formulates the row of hypotheses (determines the area of search)

D. diagnoses

E. reports a diagnosis



    49. To set ability and support necessary contacts with other people, in particular in the conditions of medical co-operation named:

A. interactive tolerance

B. interactive competence

*C. communicative possibility

D. communicative tolerance

E. communicative jurisdiction


50. Professional adaptation consists in:

A. to working off practical skills

B. increase of level of knowledge

C. establishment of emotional distance with patients

*D. excellence of professionalism, establishment of adequate emotional distance with patients, forming of individual medical «image»

E. forming of individual medical «image»


51. Doctor as patient is:

A. thankful patient, which facilitates labour of doctor;

B. the same, as well as the other patients;

*C. the «heaviest» patient;

D. most «typical» patient.

E. uneasy patient


52. A partner model of mutual relations between doctor and patient is widely used:

A. at the clinic of internal illnesses

B. in obstetrics and gynecology

C. in psychiatry and neurology

*D. in psychotherapy

E. All correct


53. The first patient’s impression of doctor:

A. folded in the first 18 seconds of acquaintance

*B. formed during the first meeting of doctor and patient

C. folded gradually, as they know each other better

D. unsteady and quickly corrected under act of other impressions

E. All correct

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