AP (Advanced Placement) Psychology: Questions 129 - 133 of 1650

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Question number: 129

» Abnormal Psychology » Anxiety Disorders

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Mutism, stupor, and a marked decrease in responsiveness to the environment are often seen in

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Choice (5) Response

a.

depressive episodes.

b.

catatonic episodes.

c.

borderline schizophrenia.

d.

paranoid schizophrenia.

e.

manic episodes.

Question number: 130

» Personality » Personality Theories & Approaches » Trait Perspective

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The concept of traits is used to account for personal characteristics that are

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a.

shared by a group.

b.

biologically determined.

c.

situation specific.

d.

relatively permanent and enduring.

e.

not shared by a group.

Question number: 131

» Motivation & Emotion » Biological Bases

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Cutting sensory nerves from the stomach, or removing it entirely, causes

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Choice (5) Response

a.

a total loss of appetite.

b.

the need for patients to be “trained” to eat; otherwise, they would inadvertently starve to death.

c.

some changes in eating, but hunger still occurs.

d.

eating based on recognized need, not internal feelings of hunger.

e.

some changes in hunger, but eating still occurs.

Question number: 132

» Abnormal Psychology » Dissociative Disorders

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A rare condition in which separate personalities exist in the same person is called

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Choice (5) Response

a.

amnesia.

b.

depressive disorders.

c.

split personality.

d.

dissociative identity disorder.

e.

schizophrenia.

Question number: 133

» Developmental Psychology » LifeSpan Approach » Adulthood

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The single most important thing you might do for a dying person is to

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Choice (5) Response

a.

not to talk anything about death with you.

b.

tell that person about the stages of dying.

c.

keep your visits short and infrequent in order to avoid tiring that person.

d.

avoid disturbing that person by not mentioning death.

e.

allow that person to talk about death with you.

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