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Question number: 519

» Therapeutic Approaches » Group Therapy

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Axis III in DSM-IV address:

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primary personality disorders

b.

physical disorders

c.

mental disorders

d.

the major abnormal disorders

Question number: 520

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Endocrine System

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A nerve impulse is also called a (n)

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action potential.

b.

refractory energy burst.

c.

negative after-image.

d.

resting energy burst.

Question number: 521

» Community Psychology » Social Change

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The three techniques used for brainwashing identified by McConnell are

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de-stabilization, isolation, and conditioning.

b.

isolation, change, and direct contact.

c.

isolation, change and conditioning.

d.

isolation, dependency, and reward.

Question number: 522

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Selective Perception

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The information surrounding a stimulus is known as the

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aura.

b.

context.

c.

information.

d.

internal frame of reference.

Question number: 523

» Mental Disorders » Mental Health

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Behaviorists would say that self-defeating behaviors are maintained by immediate reinforcement in the form of

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protecting one’s self-image.

b.

relief from anxiety.

c.

increased anxiety.

d.

defending the ego.

Question number: 524

» Mental Disorders » Mood Disorder

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Which of the following is classified as a mood disorder?

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multiple personality disorder

b.

delusional disorder

c.

bipolar disorder

d.

dementia

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