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Subject: Pharmacy

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What are the four main factors describe the disposition of a given pharmacological agent? (Think of an abbreviation!)

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Describe the mechanism of action of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), the associated side effects and an example of a patient profile who would be a good candidate for receiving this class of drug.

Subject: Psychology

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Explain the "Dopamine Hypothesis" of schizophrenia and rationalize how this hypothesis is addressed by the currently approved course of treatment.

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Give an explain of a "bias" associated with psychological testing and provide an experimental design that would limit the occurrence of the selected bias.

Subject: Biomedical Science

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Explain in your own example, verbal or visual, the relationship between an antibody and an antigen?

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Provide an example to demonstrate what is "negative feedback" within the endocrine system?

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