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Abnormal Psychology: Historical and Modern Perspectives




Question;8) According to;your text, abnormal behavior is defined as behavior that is inconsistent with;the individual?s developmental, cultural, and societal norms, creates emotional;distress, or;A) is;seen by others as deviant.;B) interferes;with daily functioning.;C) is;?culturally bound.?;D) is;aligned with the ?goodness-of-fit? model.;9) The etiology of;a disorder refers to;A) the;developmental stage in which a disorder appears.;B) the;cultural context of a disorder.;C) how;a disorder begins.;D) how;a culture impacts a disorder.;10) Approximately;what total percentage of adults in the U.S. have suffered from a;psychological disorder at some time in their lives?;A) 10%;B) 25%;C) 38%;D) 47%;11) Of all;disorders reported in the U.S.;the most common are major depression and;A) anxiety;disorders.;B) alcohol;dependence.;C) schizophrenic;disorders.;D) personality;disorder.;12) When using the;DSM-5 system to define a behavior as abnormal, which of the following;statements is TRUE?;A) The;person?s behavior is assessed both categorically and dimensionally.;B) The;person either falls into a category or does not fall into a category.;C) The;person?s level of dysfunction is not considered.;D) The;behavior is not considered within a cultural context.;13) Men are more;likely than women to suffer from;A) alcohol;and drug abuse.;B) mood;disorders and anxiety disorders.;C) alcohol;abuse and mood disorders.;D) depression;and anxiety disorders.;14) Except for;drug and alcohol abuse, the highest rates of psychological disorders are found;among persons with the lowest incomes and;A) least;amount of education.;B) highest;number of siblings.;C) female;gender.;D) suburban;places of residence.


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