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Section V. Program Management

The hallmark of major depression is

a. the inability to get out of bed

b. diminished productivity

c. irritable mood

d. a severely depressed mood lasting at least 2 weeks

d. The hallmark of major depression is a severely depressed mood lasting at least 2 weeks.

Bipolar disorder is a cyclical mood disorder involving

a. at least one episode of abnormally elevated energy level and mood which usually alternate with one or more episodes of depression

b. at least one episode of depression followed by an episode of abnormally elevated energy level and mood

c. three or more episodes of mania

d. at least one episode of anxiety and one episode of major depression

a. Bipolar disorder is a cyclical mood disorder involving at least one episode of abnormally elevated energy level and mood which usually alternate with one or more episodes of depression.

The majority of individuals subject to ­shiftwork or jet travel–related time shifts in their sleep–wake schedules commonly report some degree of

a. anxiety

b. manic symptoms

c. depressive symptoms

d. job dissatisfaction

c. The majority of individuals subject to shiftwork or jet travel–related time shifts in their sleep-wake schedules commonly report some degree of depressive symptoms.

Extensive disruption in circadian function is known to occur among patients with

a. aerobic exercise regimens

b. bipolar disorder

c. high levels of productivity

d. chemical dependency withdrawal

b. Extensive disruption in circadian function is known to occur among patients with bipolar disorder.

Determining whether or not an employee may become violent

a. has less to do with a static profile of that person than a series of dynamic variables (behaviors)

b. is impossible

c. has less to do with personality than job satisfaction

d. requires training in violence assessment

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