Child Psychiatry MOC Sample Question 1
A child bumps his knee against a desk and kicks the desk, accusing it of hurting him. He tells his mother that the desk was purposely mean to him. Which stage of cognitive development is this child at?
- AConcrete operational
- CFormal operations
Child Psychiatry MOC Sample Question 2
Which of the following is the most evidence-based therapy for conduct disorder?
- AParent-child interaction therapy (PCIT)
- BParent management training (PMT)
- CMultisystemic therapy (MST)
- DCognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
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