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In thinking about the way these terms are used in the mooddisorders, major depression is to bipolar as:
A person living in _____________ has the greatest risk ofbeing diagnosed with SAD.
Mr. Greene of the video on multiple personality disorder(more accurately, Dissociative Identity Disorder), proved to be more likely anexample of _______ when all of the findings were considered.
Who of the following would be at the highest risk ofsuicide?
The most important and immediate goal in the treatment of ananorexic patient is:
Lucy is at 84% of the weight she should be at for her ageand height. She has just met one of the primary criteria for anorexia nervosa.
A form of insomnia mostly associated with depression iscalled:
Which of the following explanations of the higher rates ofdepression in females is considered weak because of oversimplification:
Endogenous depression refers to depression:
High death rates associated with anorexia nervosa derivefrom starvation and
Bulimia nervosa is most frequently diagnosed in the officesof:
The most common reason that anorexics generally do not seektreatment on their own is that they:
The family dynamics in patients diagnosed with anorexiaoften reveal a(n):
Bulimics tend to show a disproportionately higher rate of________________ when compared to the general population.
A common factor in the lower rates of suicide found inAfrican Americans and Hispanics is:
In studies of bipolar patients who experience rapid cycling,it has been found that as many as 90% are:
Anorexia nervosa is most frequently first diagnosed in theoffices of:
A woman is _____ times as likely as a man to attempt suicideand _____ as likely to complete it.
Patterns of binge eating may vary among those diagnosed withbulimia nervosa. Bingeing may occur from occasionally to:
Pharmaceutical companies contributed significantly to thefunding of the original and subsequent Depression Awareness Week's followingthe introduction of:
The married patient with anorexia nervosa described by yourprofessor revealed that this eating disorder is extraordinarily _________ inthe long run.
The elevated risk of suicide in college students does notapply to:
Which of the following is not a risk factor elevating thelikelihood of suicide?
Research has revealed that it is very easy to get a primarycare physician to prescribe an antidepressant to a patient reporting any kindof sadness.
When the first SSRI antidepressant was ready for themarketplace, marketing the drug in Japan was slightly problematic because theJapanese:
The primary neurotransmitters thought to be involved in thebiochemical imbalances of depression are:
The studies revealing that women survive much longer thanmen following the loss of their spouse emphasized the power of:
The college student seen by your professor for bulimianervosa was highly motivated for treatment because:
Biochemical imbalances in critical neurotransmitter systemsare created by:
Symptoms of severe depression are generally NOT considered apsychological disorder when they are associated with:
Most individuals with bulimia are:
Unlike anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa is:
Which of the following psychiatric disorders is associatedwith the highest rate of mortality?
One of the most frequently reported side-effects of Prozacis ______________, reported by 50-70% of patients taking the drug.
The most frequent location for completed suicides is:
Your professor described an anorexic patient who eventuallybecame pregnant; her initial weight gain was motivated by:
Which of the following statements most strongly supports theargument that neurotransmitters may not be as important in mood disorders assome researchers have believed them to be?
An interesting fact about the relationship betweendepression and suicide is that:
When food restrictive and purging behaviors are both presentin an eating disordered person, this is sometimes referred to as:
According to recent research, the percentage of people age18-29 that have already experienced major depression is:
Dysthymic disorder differs from major depressive disorderbecause persons diagnosed with dysthymia have symptoms of depression that are:
Your professor saw an anorexic patient who was firsthospitalized at age 10; her eventual outcome was:
Your professor described an anorexic patient who eventuallybecame pregnant; her post-partum condition revealed:
Males most likely to develop an eating disorder like bulimiaare those who are:
From a psychosexual developmental point of view, theobsessive-compulsive person has regressed, in the face of an intense Oedipalconflict, to the ______ stage.
When a fear of being in places from which escape would bedifficult is added to the experience of recurrent, spontaneous and unexpectedpanic attacks with anxiety about future attacks, the most accurate DSM-IV-TRdiagnosis would be
According to your professor, benzodiazapines like Valium arevery effective in the short-run for anxiey.
The type of memory most significant in understanding thedissociative disorders is:
_______ is anxiety about being in places from which escapewould be difficult in the event of a panic attack.
There is very strong clinical and research support for:
Your professor argued that Freud saw a lot more ofconversion reactions and bona fide conversion disorders in his day because:
A combat veteran undergoing "eye movement desensizationand reprocessing" is experiencing which general form of therapy?
Panic disorder is seen less often in men because:
The core feature of hypochondriasis is:
Environmental factors often associated with the somatoformdisorders include:
The symptoms of a panic attack develop abruptly and reach apeak within _____ minutes.
According to the textbook and your professor, the mostpromising therapy for OCD is:
Munchausen by Proxy these days would be diagnosed as:
People who experience panic attacks, especially those thatare _______, live in fear of having another panic attack.
Antonio watched his father recoil from a snake in fear. Nowhe is afraid of snakes. This apparent acquisition of fear of snakes is anexample of:
Your professor described a patient with headache painconcentrated on the back of the neck and head. Her symptoms were described as agood example of:
Research in which students were told about false events thatsupposedly occurred in their childhood resulted in findings indicating that:
Which of the following diagnoses has come to be known as the"UFO of Psychiatry?"
It could be argued that the young lady in the video withfalse memories of abuse produced by psychoanalytically-oriented psychotherapywas revealing evidence that therapy produced symptoms of:
One critical difference between PTSD and adjustment disorderis:
Individuals with Specific Phobias realize that theirreactions are ____, but this realization does not reduce the phobic response.
The most common obsession in OCD is:
Conversion disorder symptoms generally appear:
Somatization disorder is rare.
In dissociative fugue, the term fugue refers to:
George woke up one morning unable to get out of bed becausehe could not move his legs. Medical examination revealed no evidence of spinalcord injury or any other physical problem that could account for his paralysis.He is likely to be diagnosed with:
"Hysterical Paralysis" today would be diagnosedas:
The most common compulsion in OCD is:
While PTSD is seen in Veteran's clinics and V.A. MedicalCenters in increasing frequency, the most common source of this disablingdisorder is likely:
If a patient describes her symptoms to you with affect thatis very incongruent with the expected distress of the symptoms, she is likelydisplaying:
According to proponents of dissociative identity disorder, afailure of __________ may cause the onset of the illness.
The most common disorder co-morbid with an anxiety disorderis:
Your professor promoted a self-help group called TERRAPwhich began in Cleveland, Ohio, to assist persons diagnosed with:
Responses of the _______ are especially importantphysiological accompaniments of strong emotions.
Of these related terms, only one is currently an Axis Idiagnosis:
Your professor suggested that Jodi Arias in herwidely-publicized trial reveals a textbook example of:
Your professor tried to argue that psychopathology begins:
A patient is referred to a neurologist for isolated memoryloss. The neurologist finds that the memory loss is sufficiently extensive towarrant a diagnosis of dissociative amnesia. The most likely etiology in thispatient is:
Your professor promoted a self-help group called"Toastmasters," located in countless communities to assist people whomay have met the diagnostic criteria for:
Your professor described a young lady with symptoms ofdepersonalization disorder whose problems seemed to originate in:
The symptoms of OCD are similar cross-culturally.
Suzie is convinced she is HIV-positive. However, she refusesto have a blood test to rule it out. Technically she is best diagnosed with:
________ is a pattern of behaving that involvescompetitiveness, aggressiveness, hostility, and time urgency.
This disorder, previously known as "anxietyneurosis," has a prevalence of about 4%.
Unconditional positive regard is a "mother-love"notion emphasized by ___________ as important to the effectiveness of anymethod of psychotherapy.
_______ was listed as a mental disorder under the DSM-II butit was subsequently removed from the list by a vote of the members of theAmerican Psychiatric Association.
When ten research studies are performed to produce one ortwo favorable results, the selection of the studies showing favorable resultsis called:
An hypothesis is essentially a(n):
Diagnostic reliability involves the ______ with which adiagnosis label can be applied.
The word bedlam was derived from
The total number of cases of a disorder in the population iscalled the:
Lady Gaga and other eccentrics are usually not considered tobe experiencing a mental illness because:
When the results obtained in one study hold true for apopulation of individuals, the results are said to have.
Statistical significance determines whether an observeddifference between a treatment and control group is likely due to:
While there is no evidence that depression is a disordercaused by low serotonin, there is overwhelming evidence that schizophrenia is adisorder caused by excessive dopamine.
If a correlation is very strong, an investigator canconclude that there is a causal relationship between the two correlatedvariables.
Although these therapies take more time, cognitive-behaviortherapies are more effective psychological interventions than biological onesfor a variety of psychological disorders.
Making sure that tests are administered in a uniform way nomatter what part of the country the test is in defines:
If all DSM-IV disorders are combined, as many as _____ ofadult Americans in any given year display serious disturbance and are in needof treatment.
If you are left-handed, you are more likely to be diagnosedwith alcoholism in your lifetime. Left-handedness in this situation is anexample of a:
Ego dystonic connects most closely to the concept of:
When Charcot described hysteria, he emphasized thecharacteristic(s) of:
In Freudian Theory, which part of the mind mediates betweenid impulses and external reality?
Which of the following degrees is earned by a psychiatrist?
The ratio of index to ring finger length was presented byyour professor as a strong argument for a substantial biological influence on:
_____ is a learning process whereby a formerly neutralstimulus comes to elicit a response as a result of pairing it with a stimulusthat causes that response.
The only "D" word that applies to involuntaryhospitalization is:
Clinical theorist, Jerome Frank, would say that all forms oftherapy include all of the following except a:
According to Thomas Szasz's views, the deviations that somecall mental illness are really:
Your professor pointed out that _____ of panel membersrevising the diagnostic manual to produce DSM-5 have financial ties to thepharmaceutical industry:
Personality disorders are conceived of as primarilyextensions of normal human personality characteristics. As such they arediagnosed primarily using a _________ system of measurement.
The most comprehensive theory of personality and method ofpsychotherapy is:
Which of the following tests is considered a projectivetest?
If a medical diagnosis is made after arriving at a diagnosisof mental disorder, the mental disorder would be entered on Axis ____ and themedical disorder would be entered on Axis ____.
Despite not being shown as more effective than placebo,SSRI's for depression are still effective. Complicating the idea of gettingpatients off of these drugs is the fact that:
Your professor argued that the _________ is easily the mostpowerful psychometric test ever devised.
At present, there are _____ medical or biological tests thatcan confirm or verify specific Axis I or Axis II diagnoses.
The scientific study of mental disorders is called:
Throughout history, persons who deviated from an expectednorm were treated with suspicion and often stigmatized. We have evidence thatleft-handers were no exception to this rule by the Latin origins of the Englishword:
When unwelcome psychological symptoms cause distress as apatient experiences them, the symptoms are said to be:
Your professor suggested that our _________ contribute(s),often in a positive way, to some of our distinct individuality.
Your professor described an embarrassing error of judgmentearly in his career when attempting to administer a(n) ____________ to a NativeAmerican child.
Of the four D's, the most precise but unfortunately leastuseful measure of abnormal behavior is:
It is very important to remember that mind:
If a scientist were to investigate the effects of a newmemory drug on test performance, the independent variable would be:
The projective type of psychological tests is based on__________________ theory.
Your professor's example of the self-mutilating mouth-biterrevealed the _______ influence of self-recording.
If you ever had a very painful failure in a relationship,there is a good chance you would have satisfied the diagnostic criteria for anAxis I mental disorder.
The use of tools to make a sizable hole in the skull to releasedemon spirits is _____.
"The taller you are, the higher you jump"describes a relationship having a:
When a scientist concludes that he has isolated the effectof an independent variable on the dependent variable to the exclusion of allother sources of influence and someone reveals he neglected to account for adifferent variable affecting the dependent variable in the same possible way,then ______ is said to have occurred.
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