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1) The term……….means that the person is unable to distinguish between reality and fantasy and expenences disturbances in thinking, emotions, and behavior
2) Negative symptoms of schizophrenia appear to reflect a decrease of normal functions such as:
3) An individual who uses……takes one negative event and interprets it as a never-ending pattern of defeat.
4) ………..is when a person believes that his or her behavior must be perfect or the result will be a total failure:
5) This is apparent when there is a sudden onset of intense alarm in which there can be multiple physical symptoms of stress occurring.
6) The most dominant symptom of a(n)……….disorder is excessive or unrealistic worrying and fearfulness.
7) A woman who was assaulted cannot recall the experience itself and also cannot recall anything that happened in the two weeks following the event. She remembers everything leading up to the event. The woman is suffering from:
8) Researchers investigating ways to help people reduce their experience of test anxiety have found that………(imagining a person who is successful at a related task) lowered the relationship between test anxiety and test performance.
9) Scott experiences vast mood swings ranging from depression on one end of the spectrum to episodes when he feels euphoric and has so much energy that he can't sleep. Scott is suffering from:
10) A child who witnessed the death of his mother experiences symptoms of anxiety, dissociation, nightmares, poor sleep, reliving the event, and concentration problems as late as three years after the event. The child is suffering from:
11) Maria is a college student and is generally anxious. She cannot identify any one thing in particular that is bothersome, but feels anxious most of the time. Maria is exhibiting:
12) ………………, such as hearing voices or seeing things that aren't really there, are not uncommon in someone diagnosed with schizophrenia.
13) A man with a paralyzing fear of heights has become unable to go upstairs or ride in an elevator. This is an example of:
14) Research has found that lower levels of dopamine produced by the…………are associated with attention deficits and poor organization of thought, two negative symptoms of schizophrenia.
15) Criteria such as behavior going against social norms, behavior that causes subjective discomfort, maladaptive behavior that causes an inability to function, and behavior causing a person to be dangerous to self or others are all indications of a:
16) Cognitive psychologists believe abnormal behavior is the result of:
17) The……….model explains disordered behavior as the result of repressing one's threatening thoughts, memories, and concerns in the unconscious mind.
18) A person who finds it difficult to function on a day-to-day basis may be displaying………… behaviors.
19) The study of abnormal behavior is called:
20) Anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa are ailments most often found in Western society, and are therefore called:
21) In the………….model, abnormal behavior is seen as the result of the combined and interacting forces of biological, psychological, social, and cultural influences.
22) Bulimia nervosa is a condition in which a person develops a cycle of binging on enormous amounts of food and then using inappropriate methods to avoid weight gain. What causes a person to binge when he or she is so worried about weight gain?
23) The……….theory explains dissociative disorders as the result of "thought avoidance" to avoid or decrease the pain of guilt, shame, or anxiety produced from disturbing thoughts and experiences.
24) The current name for what was once called multiple
personality disorder is:
25) The DSM-5 contains all of the following EXCEPT:
26) The frequency of………..personality disorder is nearly three times greater in women than in men.
27) One of the most researched and well-known personality disorders is………….personality disorder. These individuals are literally "against society:
28) Severe sadness that comes on suddenly, and is either (a) too severe for the circumstances or (b) exists without any external cause, is called:
29) ……….is the most commonly diagnosed mood disorder.
30) Researchers have found a small correlation between attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and the onset of…………..in adolescence.
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