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Exam Lesson Name: Psychological Disorders
Exam number: 350609RR
Customer: replied 9 months ago.
1. Psychologists consider _______ behavior to be behavior that causes people to experience distress and prevents them from functioning in their daily lives.
A. aberrant
B. deviant
C. adolescent
D. abnormal
2. The _______ perspective goes beyond only considering external behavior, as in traditional approaches. This approach assumes that people's thoughts and beliefs are central to a person's abnormal behavior.
A. medical
B. psychoanalytic
C. behavioral
D. cognitive
3. The _______ perspective emphasizes the responsibility people have for their own behavior, even when their behavior is considered abnormal.
A. humanistic
B. sociocultural
C. behavioral
D. cognitive
4. Treatment approaches that build on the basic processes of learning, and assume that normal and abnormal behavior are both learned, are called _______ treatment approaches.
A. behavioral
B. cognitive
C. psychodynamic
D. humanistic
5. In the context of trends in community psychology, which statement is true?
A. Psychoactive drugs have greatly increased the need to physically restrain mental patients.
B. Telephone hotlines are a negative development in community psychology.
C. A high proportion of homeless adults suffer from a psychological disorder.
D. Deinstitutionalization has been greatly decreased in recent years.
6. When Dr. Payne prescribes lithium for a bipolar disorder, she understands that
A. lithium is mainly successful in treating the depressive aspect of the disorder.
B. antidepressants are counter-indicated when a patient is being treated with lithium.
C. lithium can prevent reoccurrence of manic episodes.
D. the specific neurological effects of lithium have long been recognized.
7. Which therapeutic approach does not require the presence of a psychological professional?
A. Interpersonal therapy
B. Humanistic therapy
C. Self-help therapy
D. Family therapy
8. Dr. Cranberry suspects that her client is selectively failing to recall an event that must, by all evidence, be stored in his memory. If the therapist turns out to be correct in this assessment, she'll identify the disorder as dissociative
A. identity disorder.
B. amnesia.
C. fugue.
D. repression.
9. Which of the following statements regarding the DSM-IV-TR is most accurate?
A. Critics agree that the DSM-IV-TR system of classification has successfully increased the reliability of diagnoses without necessarily increasing their validity.
B. The DSM-IV-TR offers therapists a firm foundation for estimating the degree to which a given individual is afflicted with a specified disorder.
C. Critics of DSM-IV-TR argue that the classification system overemphasizes physiological factors associated with specified disorders.
D. The DSM-IV-TR offers therapists a means of determining causal factors underlying a specific psychological disorder.
10. _______ therapy seeks to bring unresolved past conflicts and unacceptable impulses from the unconscious into the conscious, where patients may deal with the problems more effectively.
A. Behavioral
B. Cognitive
C. Psychodynamic
D. Humanistic
11. A reference work developed by the American Psychiatric Association is referred to as DSM-IV-TR. In that acronym, S stands for
A. Standardized.
B. Standard.
C. Symposium.
D. Statistical.
12. Nick is terrified of spiders. If he sees a picture of a spider, he starts to sweat and tremble. Nick is likely suffering from a _______ involving spiders.
A. fear
B. mania
C. bad dream
D. phobia
13. The _______ perspective suggests that when an individual displays symptoms of abnormal behavior, the fundamental cause will be found through a physical examination of the individual.
A. cognitive
B. psychoanalytic
C. medical
D. behavioral
14. Which of the following statements about autism is correct?
A. Verbal communication is impaired, while nonverbal expression is normal.
B. Autistic children seek out social contact.
C. About one in every 1,500 children will develop symptoms of autism.
D. It usually appears within the first three years of life.
15. In the process of Freudian psychoanalysis, patients may come to think of the therapist as a symbol of their feelings for a parent, lover, or abuser. This phenomenon is referred as
A. latent content.
B. free association.
C. transference.
D. projection.
16. Which of the following statements about the cultural effect on the prevalence anorexia nervosa is true?
A. Anorexia nervosa never appears in Asian culture.
B. Anorexia nervosa is rare in western culture.
C. Anorexia nervosa is experiences equally in all cultures.
D. Anorexia nervosa appears in Asian populations with the greatest amount of western influence.
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Customer: replied 9 months ago.
17. After Darryl spends some time watching a boy his age happily playing with a dog, Darryl begins to lose his fear of dogs. Which approach to psychotherapy is best illustrated in this scenario?
A. Rational-Emotive
B. Dialectical behavior therapy
C. Cognitive-behavioral
D. Operant conditioning
18. Which of the following statements regarding electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is true?
A. Disorientation and confusion always accompany ECT therapy.
B. Depression doesn't return after ECT treatments have been concluded.
C. Side-effects may include memory loss that lasts for years.
D. It isn't known why ECT works when it does work.19. Why is psychosurgery rarely used today?
A. Delicate brain surgery is too difficult.
B. We don't know enough about the workings of the brain.
C. The drastic side effects
D. It has been banned by law.
20. The surface description of a dream is known as
A. manifest content.
B. latent content.
C. resistance.
D. free association.

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I can help with 350609RR, but please understand that due to your lower deposit for this request, I will only be able to assist with this one exam. Is this agreeable?

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Customer: replied 9 months ago.
that is absolutely fine
Customer: replied 9 months ago.
It was not me when I uploaded it this is a price came up and it is absolutely fine just to help me with one exam it is fair
Customer: replied 9 months ago.
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Customer: replied 9 months ago.
Many Thanks Chris

Here you go:

Exam 350609RR

1. D. abnormal
2. D. cognitive
3. A. humanistic
4. A. behavioral
5. C. A high proportion of homeless adults suffer from a psychological disorder.
6. D. the specific neurological effects of lithium have long been recognized.
7. C. Self-help therapy
8. B. amnesia.
9. D. The DSM-IV-TR offers therapists a means of determining causal factors underlying a specific psychological disorder.
10. C. Psychodynamic
11. D. Statistical.
12. D. phobia
13. C. medical
14. D. It usually appears within the first three years of life.
15. C. transference.
16. D. Anorexia nervosa appears in Asian populations with the greatest amount of western influence.
17. D. Operant conditioning
18. D. It isn't known why ECT works when it does work.
19. C. The drastic side effects
20. A. manifest content.

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Customer: replied 9 months ago.
Many thanks

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Customer: replied 9 months ago.
Hi Chris, I have just posted new one would please have look
Customer: replied 9 months ago.
Exam Lesson Name: Psychology: The Science of the Mind
Exam number: 350605RR

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