October 01, 2011
Focus 2011 Self-Assessment
Expires November 01, 2014

CME Activity

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Sample questions:
A patient with panic disorder and agoraphobia is being treated weekly with cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). In the course of treatment, it is found that the patient also has significant comorbid depression. Which of the following adjustments in treatment is most likely to be beneficial for both disorders in this patient?
A 21-year-old male college student has been drinking more alcohol over the past 12 months. He has intended to cut down several times, but each weekend winds up drinking more than he had intended. He spends a great deal of time obtaining beer and recovering from hangovers, and as a result, has stopped playing basketball and has spent less time with his girlfriend. He has not developed tolerance or withdrawal. He also drinks four cups of coffee per day. His most likely diagnosis is:
Which of the following correctly describes the mechanism of action of MDMA (Ecstasy)?