Antipsychotic Drugs

Common drugs: Haloperidol, Clozapine, Risperidone


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Pharmacology Quiz #3

Quiz Author: Ryan LeBlanc




1) Which of the following is an example of a negative symptom:

2) Typical antipsychotics are also known as second-generation agents:

3) Schizophrenia is thought to be cause by:

4) Which of the following is likely to have the highest incidence of extrapyramidal symptoms:

5) Tardive dyskinesia is:

6) Identify one of the major types of antipsychotic drugs:

7) For a first time psychotic episode, an atypical antipsychotic will be the more likely selection (over a typical antipsychotic):

8) Which of the following is an expected negative outcome in the use of depot injections:

9) Typical antipsychotics are generally more effective for the treatment of negative symptoms, rather than positive symptoms:

10) Genetic predisposition is an example of a risk factor for schizophrenia:

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