Abnormal Psychology-Personality Disorders (AP Psychology): Questions 1 - 5 of 21

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Question number: 1

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The antisocial personality is one who

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Choice (4) Response

a.

is frequently dangerous and out of contact with reality.

b.

is mostly criminal but adheres to law.

c.

benefits greatly from humanistic and psychoanalytic therapies.

d.

is irresponsible and seems to lack remorse.

Question number: 2

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Which of the following personality disorders describes a person who has an extremely unstable self image, is moody, and does not develop stable relationships?

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a.

borderline

b.

schizoid

c.

histrionic

d.

paranoid

Question number: 3

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The illness known as ________ disorder is marked by impulsive, manipulative, often criminal behavior, without any feelings of guilt in the perpetrator.

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Choice (4) Response

a.

dissociative

b.

narcissistic personality

c.

antisocial personality

d.

histrionic personality

Question number: 4

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John has a lack of interest in friends or lovers and experiences very little emotion. He can be described as having which of the following personality disorders?

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Choice (4) Response

a.

schizoid

b.

undifferentiated

c.

avoidant

d.

paranoid

Question number: 5

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Behavioral problems caused by senility, drug damage, brain injury or disease, and the toxic effects of poisons are classified as ________ disorders.

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a.

psychotic

b.

organic

c.

somatic

d.

substance use

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