Abnormal Psychology-Dissociative Disorders (AP Psychology): Questions 7 - 11 of 12

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Question number: 7

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Which of the following is characteristic of a dissociative disorder?

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

paranoia

b.

amnesia

c.

phobic disorder

d.

mania

Question number: 8

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Kary recently lost his job and has a great debt accumulated from gambling. He also has been feeling extreme pressure about not being able to take care of his eight children. After having too much to drink, Kary ran over a child crossing the street. Immediately following this episode, Kary could not remember who he was. This example illustrates

Choices

Choice (4) Response

a.

dissociative amnesia.

b.

dissociative fugue.

c.

multiple personality disorder.

d.

dissociative identity disorder.

Question number: 9

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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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Choice (4) Response

a.

psychoanalytic

b.

behavioral

c.

biopsychological

d.

cognitive

Question number: 10

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Which of the following is a dissociative disorder?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

multiple personality

b.

phobic disorder

c.

paranoia

d.

mania

Question number: 11

» Abnormal Psychology » Personality Disorders

» Abnormal Psychology » Dissociative Disorders

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Multiple personality or dissociative identity disorder often begins

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Choice (4) Response

a.

in childhood as a result of unknown experiences.

b.

as a result of combat exhaustion.

c.

in adulthood as a response to unremitting phobias.

d.

in childhood as a result of unbearable experiences.

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