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Abnormal Psychology: Historical and Modern Perspectives




Question;28) Emotional;contagion is the automatic mimicry and synchronization of expression;vocalizations, postures, and;A) values;of another.;B) fantasies;of another.;C) word;patterns of another.;D) movements;of another.;29) Our modern use;of the word ?bedlam,? denoting a chaotic situation, is historically rooted in;which of the following practices?;A) Allowing;hysterics to act out their beliefs.;B) Warehousing;of mentally ill persons.;C) Allowing;witch hunters to convict and hang witches.;D) Warehousing;entire families believed to be mentally ill.;30) The first;physician to adopt a form of occupational therapy for patients was;A) Pinel.;B) Paracelsus.;C) Dix.;D) Hippocrates.;31) William Tuke;a contemporary of Philippe Pinel, proposed that patients live, work, and relax;in a compassionate and religious environment. This philosophy was the;foundation for;A) community;treatment.;B) moral;treatment.;C) voluntary;commitment.;D) individual;treatment.;32) Although Anton;Mesmer was criticized for his animal magnetism approach to treatment, he;managed to demonstrate the importance of;A) a;physician?s training.;B) energy;flow.;C) humane;treatment.;D) the;placebo effect.;33) Darien is 3 years old. He;slips off a step, falls, and bruises his knee. Upon picking the crying toddler;up, Darien?s mother kisses his knee and gives;him an M&M. Magically, Darien?s;pain disappears. This phenomenon would be known as the _____________ in psychology.;A) Mesmer;effect;B) talking;cure;C) placebo;effect;D) classical;conditioning effect;34) Emil Kraepelin;is best known for his contributions to the study of schizophrenia. He;introduced two new diagnostic categories of disordered behavior ? dementia;praecox and manic-depressive insanity ? based on symptom differentiation;and ________________.;A) etiology;prognosis;B) etiology;physiology;C) prognosis;symptomology;D) prognosis;physiology


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