Abnormal Psychology (AP (Advanced Placement) Psychology): Questions 35 - 39 of 143

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Question number: 35

» Abnormal Psychology » Diagnosis of Psychopathology

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So-called “functional” and “organic” psychoses are:

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Choice (5) Response

a.

Clearly differentiated as to origin

b.

Really both organic in origin

c.

Not clearly distinguishable

d.

Really both functional in origin

e.

Functional and organic both

Question number: 36

» Abnormal Psychology » Somatoform Disorders

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A conversion disorder is characterized by:

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Choice (5) Response

a.

A constant fear of becoming seriously ill

b.

Frequently vague complaints of psychological symptoms

c.

Frequently vague complaints of physical symptoms

d.

Functional impairment of a limb or sensory ability with no apparent physical cause

e.

All of the above

Question number: 37

» Abnormal Psychology » Definitions of Abnormality

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The most severe psychological disorder is a (n)

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Choice (5) Response

a.

neurosis.

b.

psychosis.

c.

personality disorder.

d.

anxiety disorder.

e.

psychosomatic illness.

Question number: 38

» Abnormal Psychology » Definitions of Abnormality

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In the United States and Latin America, Latinos use the term ________ to refer to chronic psychosis.

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Choice (5) Response

a.

locura

b.

hispania

c.

depressive

d.

mania

e.

agua

Question number: 39

» Abnormal Psychology » Somatoform Disorders

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Behavioral problems in which the person exhibits symptoms suggesting physical disease or injury, but for which there is no identifiable cause, are called

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Choice (5) Response

a.

somatoform disorders.

b.

organic brain pathologies.

c.

schizophrenia.

d.

manic depressive disorders.

e.

mood disorders.

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