Abnormal Psychology-Organic Disorders (AP (Advanced Placement) Psychology): Questions 1 - 6 of 8

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Question number: 1

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Current research suggests the cause of Alzheimer’s disease is

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a.

persistent delusional thoughts.

b.

brain pathology.

c.

a traumatic adolescence.

d.

a traumatic childhood.

e.

inconsistent and ineffective parenting.

Question number: 2

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Persons who suffer from paraphilia are categorized as having

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a.

somatoform disorders.

b.

generalized anxiety.

c.

sexual disorders.

d.

personality disorders.

e.

specialized anxiety.

Question number: 3

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In south and east Asia, a man may experience Koro, which is

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a.

schizophrenia.

b.

obsessive-compulsive disorder.

c.

insanity.

d.

depression.

e.

anxiety about his penis receding into his body.

Question number: 4

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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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a.

androgyny.

b.

polygyny.

c.

gender identity disorder.

d.

sexual dysfunction.

e.

paraphilia.

Question number: 5

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Persons who suffer from paraphilia are categorized as having

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a.

phobic disorders.

b.

personality disorders.

c.

somatoform disorders.

d.

generalized anxiety.

e.

sexual disorders.

Question number: 6

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A much-feared outcome of Alzheimer’s disease is

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neurosis.

b.

senile dementia.

c.

functional psychosis.

d.

paranoia.

e.

general paresis.

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