3) Individuals suffering from depression often possess...I' a tendency to have negative conceptions of;their own traits, abilities, and behavior.;A) schemas B) deficits in self-monitoring;C) strained self-concept D) unrealistic self-esteem;4) Bipolar disorder and depressive disorders are considered to be disorders.;A) anxiety B) mood C) dissociative D) personality;5) Lisa adopts ritualistic behaviors to help reduce anxiety that occurs when unwanted thoughts intrude into her;awareness. This is an example of;A) an obsessive-compulsive disorder. B) a conversion disorder.;C) a dissociative disorder. D) a histrionic personality.;6) Symptoms involving the absence of something that is normally present, for example, absence of emotions are;called;A) neutral symptoms. B) transient symptoms.;C) negative symptoms. D) positive symptoms.;7) Frotteurism is a type of paraphilia in which a person becomes aroused only by;A) sexual activity with young children. B) inflicting pain on another person.;C) rubbing against a nonconsenting person. D) watching a stranger get undressed.;8) The most common reason for suicides is;A) problems with a relationship. B) role conflict.;C) lack of confidence. D) confusion about the unknown.;9) When a person experiences intense anxiety, considerably greater than justified by reality, triggered by the;presence of some particular object, the person is suffering from a;A) multiple personality. B) delusion.;C) phobia. D) somatoform disorder.;10) Which of these is NOT a common symptom of a panic attack?;A) A specific fear of a particular object. B) Chills, trembling, dizziness, and numbness.;C) Fear of losing control or going crazy. D) Pounding heart and chest pains.;11) There are two major categories of mood disorders. They are and disorders.;A) euphoric, dysphoric B) depressive, bipolar;C) bipolar, euphoric D) bipolar, unipolar Psychological Disorder Quiz;Page 2;12) Which of the following is a hypothesis involving perceived lack of control as a cause of depression?;A) Psychodynamic repression. B) Delusions of grandeur.;C) Prenatal brain trauma. D) Learned helplessness.;13) When individuals are very fearful of gaining weight and fail to maintain a normal body weight, they have;A) bulimia nervosa. B) anorexia nervosa.;C) paraphilia nervosa. D) neologism nervosa.;14) Believing that your basement has spiders the size of dogs is a whereas seeing the spiders walking;up the stairs is a;A) hallucination, delusion B) catatonia, paranoia;C) delusion, hallucination D) paranoia, catatonia;15) Disorders characterized by relatively profound and lengthy losses of identity or memory are called;A) somatoform disorders. B) schizophrenic disorders.;C) dissociative disorders. D) antisocial personality disorders.;16) One of the major negative symptoms of schizophrenics is that in many cases, they have limited emotional;expression, or;A) affective restrictions B) emotional deficits;C) emotional plateau D) flat affect;17) Starvation is to binge as;A) bulimia nervosa is to anorexia nervosa. B) anorexia nervosa is to bulimia nervosa.;C) hypochondriasis is to somatoform disorder. D) somatoform disorder is to hypochondriasis.;18) The Cluster of Anxious and Fearful personality disorders include all of the following disorders EXCEPT;A) Dependent. B) Paranoid.;C) Avoidant. D) Obsessive-compulsive.;19) A disorder characterized by a pervasive pattern of detachment from social relationships and restricted range;of emotions is disorder.;A) Dependent personality B) Avoidant personality;C) Schizoid personality D) Schizotypal personality;20) A child with will probably be affected with lifelong mental and psychological deficits.;A) conduct disorder B) oppositional defiant disorder;C) bulimia nervosa D) pervasive developmental disorder;21) About % of schizophrenic patients exhibit symptoms of.;A) 70, hallucinations B) 40, hallucinations C) 40, apathy D) 70, apathy;22) Someone who shows five or more of the symptoms of depression in a 2 week period is classified by the;DSM-IV as showing a(n);A) depressive psychosis, B) major depressive episode.;C) obsessive-compulsive disorder. D) personality disorder.;Psychological Disorder Quiz;Page 3;23) When working with the DSM-N, a psychologist will use the first axis to describe the person's;A) current physical condition. B) overall level of functioning.;C) social and environmental situation. D) major mental disorder.;24) A child with will have difficulty paying attention to stimuli, may show hyperactivity or;impulsivity, or both.;A) attention-impulsivity disorder B) conduct disorder;C) attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder D) attention focus disorder;25) Social forces may contribute to the disorders of anorexia and bulimia by;A) creating too much pressure to be very thin.;B) constantly using images that are sexually arousing.;C) providing too many confusing kinds of food.;D) separating young people from their families.;26) Someone with a social phobia exhibits extreme fear and avoidance of;A) situations in which that person might be observed by others.;B) any specific object or situation that is not really dangerous.;C) being alone or in public places that are hard to exit.;D) any small, confined space with no obvious way out.;27) When working with the DSM-N, a psychologist will use the fourth axis to describe the person's;A) overall level of functioning. B) major psychological disorder.;C) psychosocial and environmental factors. D) current physical condition.;28) Inappropriate beliefs are to altered sensory experiences as;A) hallucinations are to delusions. B) obsessions are to compulsions.;C) delusions are to hallucinations. D) compulsions are to obsessions.;29) Disorders that involve maladaptive use of various drugs that lead to significant impairment or stress are;called disorders.;A) substance-reaction B) substance-related;C) substance-reduction D) substance-recurrent;30) disorders that are patterns of extreme and inflexible traits that cause distress and adjustment;problems.;A) Conversion B) Personality C) Anxiety D) Somatoform;TRUFIFALSE. Write 'A' ifthe statement is true and 'B' ifthe statement is false.;31) A person who uses a drug such as cocaine once can be said to have a substance abuse problem.;32) A male who becomes sexually aroused only when in the presence of a piece of lingerie would be diagnosed;as having a paraphilia.;33) A key factor in depression is that the person holds negative beliefs about themselves.;34) A person with conversion disorder complains about poor health but is actually healthy;35) A person with antisocial personality disorder would not be expected to show remorse over their behavior.
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