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Question number: 1032

» Mental Disorders » Personality Disorder

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A person who has an extreme lack of self-confidence and who allows others to run his or her life is said to have a (n) ________ personality.

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Choice (5) Response

a.

dependent

b.

depressive

c.

paranoid

d.

narcissistic

e.

antisocial

Question number: 1033

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Perception

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As a door opens toward you, you perceive it as a rectangular door rather than going through actual image changes on the retina (from rectangular to trapezoid). This is an example of

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a.

perceptual closure.

b.

ambiguous stimuli.

c.

retinal disparity.

d.

shape constancy.

e.

texture gradient.

Question number: 1034

» Psychology of Social Integration » Social Integration

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The famous ruling that led to the present day plea of “not guilty by reason of insanity” is the

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a.

M’Naghten rule.

b.

Harrison decision.

c.

common law defense.

d.

Milgram’s experiment.

e.

Twinkie defense.

Question number: 1035

» Mental Disorders » Schizophrenia

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Persons who suffer from paraphilia are categorized as having

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a.

specialized anxiety.

b.

sexual disorders.

c.

generalized anxiety.

d.

personality disorders.

e.

somatoform disorders.

Question number: 1036

» Therapeutic Approaches » Biofeedback Therapy

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The dopamine-psychosis link is based on the observation that

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a.

dopamine interacts with serotonin creating psychosis.

b.

there are high levels of amphetamine in the brains of schizophrenics.

c.

there are high levels of dopamine activity in the brains of psychotic people.

d.

there are low levels of amphetamine in the brains of schizophrenics.

e.

low dopamine levels of activity in the brain seem to produce psychotic symptoms.

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