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Question number: 59

» Abnormal Psychology » Mood Disorders

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Two examples of mood disorders are:

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a.

Obsessive compulsive disorder and manic-depressive disorder

b.

Major depression and obsessive compulsive disorder

c.

Mania and obsessive compulsive disorder

d.

Major depression and bipolar disorder

e.

Major depression and generalized anxiety disorder

Question number: 60

» Motivation & Emotion » Motivational Concepts » Hierarchy of Motives

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Which of the following orders of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is correct?

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a.

Safety, physiological, belongingness, self-actualization, esteem

b.

Physiological, safety, belongingness, esteem, self-actualization

c.

Belongingness, physiological, safety, self-actualization, esteem

d.

Physiological, belongingness, safety, esteem, self-actualization

e.

Belongingness, esteem, physiological, safety, self-actualization

Question number: 61

» Abnormal Psychology » Somatoform Disorders

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Psychosomatic disorders are best illustrated by:

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a.

Neurotic anxiety

b.

Over-eating

c.

Eating less

d.

Asthma caused by anxiety

e.

Depression caused by tuberculosis

Question number: 62

» Memory, Cognition, Thinking & Language » Problem Solving & Creativity

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A truck gets stuck under a bridge. Several tow-trucks are unable to pull it out. At last a little boy walks up and asks the red-faced adults trying to free the truck why they haven’t let the air out of the truck’s tires. Their oversight was due to

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Choice (5) Response

a.

cognitive thinking.

b.

fixation.

c.

synesthesia.

d.

divergent thinking.

e.

cognitive style.

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