Type
Crossword
Description

What skill allows us to communicate effectively interpersonal skills
What type of communication involves the clothes I wear? nonverbal communication
Which gender has it harder in terms of non-verbal communication? Female
What type of clothing is the best for female doctors to wear? white coat
What does the higher society not want men to wear? earring
An example of a communication barrier anxiety
Where did McKinlay's study take place? Scotland
What method of data collection took place in phase one of McKinlay's study? interviews
What type of research methodology involves interviews? qualitative
What, according to Ley, will improve patient's memory of professional advice? relantionship
What type of sample did McKinstry and Wang have? representative
How many consultations did Byrne and Long record? 2500
How many phases are there in a consultation? six
Which type of practitioner style is less controlling? patient-centered
What type of communication did Byrne and Long focus on? verbal communication
What is another word for Type I error? false positive
What is another word for Type II error? false negative
What type of questionnaire, according to Robinson and West, is the best for patient disclosure? computer-based
What do patient's usually lie about on questionnaires? symptoms
What are the first sub-category of the total delay according to Safer? Appraisal delay
What is the final stage of the total delay? Utilisation delay
Which researcher investigate why people delay seeking medical help? Safer
What is the new DSM-5 name for hypochondriasis? somatic symptom disorder
What other group of disorders share the same cognitive processes as hypochondriasis? anxiety disorders
Why do people produce fake psychological and physical symptoms? attention
What type of disorders are linked to Munchausen syndrome? Personality disorders

Abnormal Psychology 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Reformer in France who treated patients humanely and had a significant impact on treatment of mental disorders. Pinel
Extreme inattention hyperactivity and impulsivity. ADHD
Symptoms that are missing a patient with schizophrenia that are there in a normal person (-). Negative Symptoms
Disturbed perception, typically auditory, could be visual, taste, or touch. Hallucinations
Diagnosed with depression risk is greatest with patients rebounding or coming out of depression. Suicide
Look for a physical cause and biological treatment or cure Medical Model
Additional symptoms that are not present in a normal person (+). Positive Symtoms
Reference book that describes the symptoms of everything currently considered to be a psychological disorder DSM
Category of psychological disorders including the diagnosis for specific phobia, GAD, OCD. Anxiety Disorders
Intense unwarranted fear of a situation or object such as claustrophobia or arachnophobia Specific phobia
Fear of open, public spaces Agoraphobia
Fear of a situation in which one could embarrass oneself in public, such as when eating in a restaurant or giving a lecture Social phobia
Generalized Anxiety Disorder GAD
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder OCD
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD
Occurs when a person manifests a psychological problem through a physiological symptom Somatoform Disorders
Condition wherein a person has frequent physical complaints for which medical doctors are unable to locate the cause Hypochondriasis
Condition wherein a person will report the existence of a sever physical problem, such as paralysis or blindness, and will, in fact, be unable to move their arms or see Conversion Disorder

Developmental Psychology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the developing human organism from 9 weeks after conception to birth Fetus
interpreting one's new experience in terms of one's existing schema assimilation
psychologist that is best known for theorizing the stages of cognitive development Piaget
the ideal parenting style authoritative
a sense that the world is predictable and trustworthy, according to Eriksen Basic Trust
type of intelligence consisting of one's accumulated knowledge and verbal skills crystallized
type of intelligence consisting of one's ability to reason speedily and abstractly fluid
psychologist best known for theorizing the 8 psychosocial stages of development Eriksen
psychologist that came up with the 6 stages of moral thinking Kohlberg
what FAS stands for fetal alcohol syndrome
harmful agents that can cause damage to a fetus teratogens
neurodegenerative disease that causes the patient to lose their memory and become mentally vacant alzheimers
disorder that results in a deficit of communication and social interaction autism
psychologist that studied dependency by exxperimenting with monkeys Harlow
a baby's tendency to open mouth and search for food when touched on the cheek rooting reflex

Mental and Emotional Health Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

condition or quality of being sad sadness
the intentional act of attempting to kill one's self suicide
mark of disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality, or person stigma
treatment for OCD psychotherapy
an anxiety disorder in which people have unwanted and repeated thoughts, feelings, ideas, sensations (obsessions), or behaviors OCD
a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome anxiety
a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or very demanding circumstances stress
feelings of severe despondency and dejection depression
a common mental illness defined by feelings of uneasiness, worry and fear anxiety disorder
disorder that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event PTSD
example of a symptom of OCD fear of germs
cause of OCD genetics

Abnormal Psychology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An anxiety disorder indicated by a marked and persistent fear of one or more social performance situations in which embarrassment may occur and in which there is exposure to unfamiliar people or scrutiny by others Social anxiety disorder
A type of behavioral therapy in which a maladaptive response is replaced by an incompatible adaptive response Counterconditioning
A biopsychosocial explanation of schizophrenia that proposes that genetic, prenatal, and postnatal biological factors render a person vulnerable to schizophrenia, but environmental stress determines whether it develops or not Vulnerabilitystress model
An episode characterized symptoms such as feelings of intense hopelessness, low self-esteem and worthlessness, extreme fatigue, dramatic changes in eating and sleeping behavior, inability to concentrate, and greatly diminished interest in family, friends, and activities for a period of two weeks or more Major depressive episode
A biomedical treatment in which specific areas of the brain are destroyed Psychosurgery
A style of psychotherapy in which the therapist attempts to change the person's thinking from maladaptive to adaptive Cognitive therapy
A neurostimulation therapy in which the left frontal lobe is stimulated with magnetic pulses via an electromagnetic coil placed on the patient's scalp. It is only cleared for use in cases of severe depression for which traditional treatment has not helped TMS
An anxiety disorder indicated by a marked and persistent fear of one or more social performance situations in which embarrassment may occur and in which there is exposure to unfamiliar people or scrutiny by others Social anxiety disorder
A counterconditioning exposure therapy in which a fear response to an object or situation is replaced with a relaxation response in a series of progressively increasing fear-arousing steps Systematic desensitization
The use of psychological interventions to treat mental disorders Psychotherapy
A depressive disorder in which the person has experienced one or more major depressive episodes Major depressive disorder
A type of psychosurgery in which the neuronal connections of the frontal lobes to lower brain areas are severed Lobotomy
A biomedical treatment for severe depression that involves electrically inducing a brief brain seizure ECT
An anxiety disorder indicated by a marked and persistent fear of being in places or situations from which escape may be difficult or embarrassing Agoraphobia
The therapist uses unconditional positive regard, genuineness, and empathy to help the person to gain insight into his or her true self-concept Clientcentered therapy
The use of biological interventions, such as drugs, to treat mental disorders Biomedical therapy
a person has excessive, global anxiety and worries that he cannot control, occurring more days than not for at least a period of six months Generalized anxiety disorder
the therapist helps the person gain insight into the unconscious sources of his or her problems Psychoanalysis
The therapist works to develop a warm relationship with the person and has the person carefully consider the evidence for his or her beliefs in order to see the errors in his or her thinking Becks cognitive therapy
A side effect of long-term use of traditional antipsychotic drugs causing the person to have uncontrollable facial tics, grimaces, and other involuntary movements of the lips, jaw, and tongue Tardive dyskinesia
A person spontaneously describes, without editing, all thoughts, feelings, or images that come to mind Free association
used to treat bipolar disorder Lithium
the growth of new neurons in the hippocampus stops during depression, and when it resumes, the depression lifts Neurogenesis theory of depression
A person undergoing therapy acts toward the therapist as he or she did or does toward important figures in his or her life Transference
the therapist directly confronts and challenges the person's unrealistic thoughts and beliefs to show that they are irrational Rational-emotive therapy

Joint Commission Education Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

How do you report a needlestick? beeper 1000
If you notice a fire door not closing during a practice drill what should you do? Call Maintenance
Items stored must be ________ or more inches from the ceiling? eighteen
When a medication error happens, what report needs to be completed in the computer? Clarity
How do you consult the Ethics Committe? Pastoral Services
RACE stands for, Remove patients, _________ alarms, contain fire, extungish or evacuate. Activate
What must be worn at all times when working at Altru Health System? ID badge
How many patient identifiers must you use when providing care? Two
When you walk away from the computer when charting you must ________ your device. Secure
How often does Altru Health System state you need to renew your CPR training? two
A patient falls, who do you notify 24 hours a day, 7 days a week? Hospital Supervisor
After providing care for a C-diff patient, you use alcohol hand rub before, during and after providing care. Next you need to perform hand hygiene with ________ soap and water. antimicrobial
What type of isolation is used for C-Diff? Enhanced Contact
What type of isolation is used for influenza & meningitis? droplet
Rooms for patients with C-Diff or VRE are cleaned _______ times a day. Two
When a multi does medication vial is opened for patient use, how many days is it good for? twenty eight
___________ are not to be kept at the bedside. medications
A patient is transfered to inpatient Rehab, a new _____________ for blood needs to be filled out prior to administration? consent
You must always ____________ narcotics being wasted. witness
Hand off communication is accomplied by , shift summaries, ______________, verbal report, referral paperwork. bedside shift report
___________ is the use of a medication to restrict the patients freedom of movement that is NOT a standard treatment for the patietns medcial condition? Chemical
The _______ slow and go low is the guideline used for administering pain medications. start
There are __________ moments to perform hand hygiene? five
Policy #2018 was establised November 1, 2015 to improve the effectiveness of ? Alarm fatigue

Psychological Disorders Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

hallucinations
delusions
schizophrenia
hypomania
bipolar
mania
anhedonia
moods
dissociation
hypochondriasis
conversion
somatization
psychophysiological
factitious
malingering
somatoform
obsession
phobias
agoraphobia
panic attack
anxiety
etiology
psychopathy
psychological
disorders

Research Methodology Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What research paradigm is based on the pragmatic view of reality? mixed
What is the opposite of a variable? constant
The strongest evidence for causality comes from which research method? experimental
An integrated statement of and justification for the technical decisions involved in planning a research project research design
Data that is typically descriptive qualitative
Data that can be measured quantatitive
What form of data is collected in empirical research? primary
Research with no prior knowledge exploratory
Avoids metaphysical concepts e.g. truth, reality pragmatism
Research that describes what is happening descriptive
Research that describes the relationship between variables explanatory
What type of research forecasts future phenomena? predictive
What type of research uses findings from existing works? theoretical
The quality of being logically and factually sound validity
This refers to the consistency of a research study or measuring test reliabilty
The extent of a relationship or associations between variables but the relationship is non-casual correlational
Casual relationships between two or more variables experimental
A quantitative way of collecting data that is not an interview questionnaire
The repeatability of a set of results reliability
What type of research provides the strongest evidence about cause and effect relationships? experimental

Mental disorders Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Not normal Abnormal
A group of symptoms characterized by loss of mental abilities Dementia
A mental disorder that cannot be traced to a physical cause. Functional disorder
An illness that affects the mind and prevents a person from being productive. Mental disorder
A mental disorder with a physical cause. Organic disorder
A serious eating disorder in which a person refuses to eat enough food to maintain a normal body weight. Anorexia nervosa
A mental illness in which anxiety persist and interferes with normal functioning. Anxiety disorder
A serious eating disorder in which a person. Alternates eating binges with purging Bulimia
A brief description of a person who suffers from a particular disorder. Case history
A mental disorder in which a person is over whelmed by sad feelings Clinical depression
An unrealalistic to behave in a certain way Compulsion
A mental disorder in which a person becomes disconnected from his or her former Identity Dissociation disorder
A somatoform disorder characterized by a constant fear of disease and a preoccupation with ones health Hypochondriac
A mental disorder in which a person's moods or emotions become extreme and interference with daily life. Mood disorder
An idea or thought that takes over the mind and cannot be forgotten. Obsession
Anxiety that is related to a specific situation or object Phobia
A serious mental disorder characterized by unpredictable disturbances in thinking, mood, awareness and behavior Schizophrenia
A mental disorder in which a person complains of physical symptoms for which no underlying physical cause can be found Somatoform
A situation in which several people in the same community attempt to kill themselves within a short period of time Cluster suicide
A mental health professional who specializes in recognizing and treating abnormal behavior Clinical psychologist
Works with a client to help them achieve a full filled and satisfied state in life Occupational therapist
Are members of religious community who have practical training in counceling people with mental and social promblems Pastoral counselor
A physician who specializes in diagnosing and treating mental disorder Psychiatrist
A treatment method that involves conversations with a trained professional Psychotherapy
Work on the needs of others for wellfare Social worker
A particular treatment technique Therapy

Patient Safety Week Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

To be done everytime you enter or exit a patient room Hand Hygiene
Leaving your papers and computer unattended is a violation of ________. HIPPA
SBAR facilitates prompt and effective communication. What does the "B" in SBAR stand for? Background
Patient's with walkers, canes, lower extremity weakness, are a high risk for _____. Falls
This type of isolation/precaution requires you to wash hands with SOAP and WATER. Enteric
The red binder located at all MA stations is to report __________ diseases. Communicable
Multi dose vials must be labeled with date of opening, initaled by staff who opened vial and given a _______ of 28 days after opening. (Answer is an acronym) BUD
_______ is an online system to report near misses, safety issues and concerns and good catches. (Answer is an acronym) PSEMS
MedStar wide, all meetings and huddles start with a _______ moment. Safety
MedStar continues to advance it's journey to become a High ________ Organization (HRO), with patient at the core of everything we do. Reliability
What does "T" in our SPIRIT values stand for? Teamwork
How do you access the Patient Safety Event Management System (PSEMS)? Starport
_____ ______ are brief daily meetings among teams that are held to share info about potential or existing patient/staff safety issues. Safety Huddles
To keep patient's safe, providers must enter medication orders in the EMR prior to clinical staff administering medication. No _____ orders allowed. Verbal

Introduction to Professional Communication Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a courteous, conscientious and generally businesslike manner in the workplace Professional
establishing and maintaining a relationship between an organization and the public Public Relations
a paid communication which attempts to influence opinion Advertising
process of planning, pricing, promoting, selling and distributing goods or services which help to satisfy a market's needs and wants Marketing
the receiver hears only the content and not the feeling of the message Deliberative Listening
listening for pleasure or recreation Appreciative Listening
used to enhance, participate and understanding a relationship Empathetic listening
when the receiver pretends to listen but is thinking of other occurrences False Listening
receiver is physically hearing the words , but choosing not to acknowledge the words Selective Listening
listening to another person with the best intent but then becoming distracted Partial Listening
paying close attention to what is being said in order to fully understand the message Full Listening
truly understanding a message when the mind is quiet and free of distractions Deep Listening
is a formal meeting where a person is asked to communicate skills, experiences and interests interview
act of expressing thoughts through words Verbal communication
postures, facial gestures and expressions sometimes done unintentionally Non verbal communication
gathering of people to exchange information, ideas and suggestions on a specific subject t Group discussion
ways to communicate and present ideas and information to an audience for a specific purpose Presentations
act of analyzing, evaluating or judging Criticism
generally accepted behaviors or manners required in social relations, a profession or in life Etiquette
unfair treatment of people on the basis of characteristics Discrimination