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Glossary of NBME.ORG BEHAVIORAL SCI QUESTIONS

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A. Antisocial
B. Avoidant
C. Borderline
D. Obsessive-compulsive
E. Passive-aggressive
Passive-aggressive

A. Barbiturate
B. Benzodiazepine
C. Monoamine oxidase inhibitor
D. Phenothiazine
E. Tricyclic compound
Phenothiazine

A. Hypothyroidism
B. Infantile psoriasis
C. Milk allergy
D. Parental neglect
E. Pyloric stenosis
Parental neglect

A. Delusional disorder, persecutory type
B. Obsessive-compulsive disorder
C. Panic disorder
D. Schizophrenia, paranoid type
E. Schizotypal personality disorder
Delusional disorder, persecutory type

A. Normal grief reaction, and she requires no medical attention
B. Normal grief reaction, and she would benefit from diazepam therapy
C. Pathologic grief reaction, and she sh
Normal grief reaction, and she requires no medical attention

A. Confront the patient about his poor behavior.
B. Explain the patient's resistance to him.
C. Laugh and joke with the patient.
D. Project a firm, businesslike manner
Project a respectful, tolerant attitude and encourage free discussion
Formula for Odds Ratio (Odds-risk Ratio)?
OR = (A)(D)/(B)(C)
relative risk (qualitative definition):
In a cohort study, the ratio of the incidence rate of a condition in exposed people to the incidence rate in unexposed people is the RELATIVE RISK.
attributable risk qualitative definition?
incidence rate in exposed people - minus the incidence rate in unexposed people.
The [...] is used to estimate the relative risk in a case-control study.
The odds-risk ratio is used to estimate the relative risk in a case-control study.
IQ formula?
IQ = MA/CA * 100
a [...] can identify colors
3-year-old

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