Abnormal Psychology (AP Psychology): Questions 99 - 103 of 143

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Question number: 99

» Abnormal Psychology » Personality Disorders

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Persons who are excessively narcissistic, dependent, or antisocial are characterized as having

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Choice (4) Response

a.

generalized anxiety.

b.

conversion reactions.

c.

dissociative disorders.

d.

personality disorders.

Question number: 100

» Abnormal Psychology » Organic Disorders

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When a person’s sexual identity does not match his or her physical gender, the diagnosis is

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sexual dysfunction.

b.

androgyny.

c.

paraphilia.

d.

gender identity disorder.

Question number: 101

» Abnormal Psychology » Dissociative Disorders

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The ________ viewpoint of depression suggests that depressed people hold negative views of themselves, of their current circumstances, and of their future possibilities.

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a.

psychoanalytic

b.

behavioral

c.

biopsychological

d.

cognitive

Question number: 102

» Abnormal Psychology » Schizophrenic Disorders

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The class of psychological disorders characterized by grossly impaired social, emotional, cognitive, and perceptual functioning refers to:

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manic disorder

b.

major depression

c.

schizophrenia

d.

generalized anxiety disorder

Question number: 103

» Abnormal Psychology » Anxiety Disorders

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The distinction between obsessions and compulsions is the distinction between

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having repetitious thoughts or engaging in repetitious actions.

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thoughts that are evidence of neurosis or those that are evidence of psychosis.

c.

having positive and continuous thoughts about an object.

d.

engaging in behaviors that are merely inconvenient and those that are severely disruptive.

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