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Question number: 1549

» Mental Disorders » Anxiety

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Phobias differ from ordinary fears in that they frequently involve

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Choice (5) Response

a.

mild reactions like fear or phobia.

b.

intense reactions like vomiting or fainting.

c.

specific objects or situations.

d.

heights and unfamiliar places.

e.

bugs and crawling things.

Question number: 1550

» Psychology of Social Integration » Social Integration

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The insanity defense dates back to the English courts, where it was originally held that to be responsible for an act, the defendant must

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have acted on an irresistible impulse.

b.

understand the wrongfulness of the act.

c.

be able to recall the criminal act.

d.

understand reality of the act.

e.

be in a state of diminished capacity.

Question number: 1551

» Biological Basis of Psychology » Brain

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The area of the brain where all the fibers from the skin senses get connected before entering cerebral cortex is the:

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a.

Hypothalamus

b.

Reticular formation

c.

Spinal Cord

d.

Cerebellum

e.

Thalamus

Question number: 1552

» Therapeutic Approaches » Humanistic Therapy

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In client-centered therapy, the troubled individual is

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asked to free associate to bring hidden conflicts into awareness.

b.

engaged in awareness training through use of the “hot seat, ” “empty chair, ” and related techniques.

c.

encouraged to explore unconscious thoughts and feelings.

d.

stripped of ego-defenses and unrealistic beliefs.

e.

encouraged to explore conscious thoughts and feelings.

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