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Question number: 213

» Mental Disorders » Anxiety

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The Freudian explanation of anxiety disorders emphasizes

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forbidden impulses that increases loss of control.

b.

the development of a faulty or inaccurate self-image and distorted self-perceptions.

c.

forbidden impulses that threaten a loss of control.

d.

learned habits of self-defeating behavior.

e.

the avoidance paradox.

Question number: 214

» Sleep » Sleep Disorders

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What is the relatively rare condition that involves irresistible attacks of sleepiness, brief periods of REM, and often muscle paralysis?

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Night terror

b.

Sleep apnea

c.

Benzodiazepines

d.

Narcolepsy

e.

Sleep terror

Question number: 215

» Sensation, Attention & Perception » Perception

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Features of the environment, or messages from the body, that supply information about distance and space are called

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perception.

b.

size-distance phenomena.

c.

muscular cues.

d.

sensations.

e.

depth cues.

Question number: 216

» Statistics & Research Methods » Application of Statistics in Psychology

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The problems of observers seeing only what they expect to see is called

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the halo effect.

b.

laboratory effect.

c.

the experimenter effect.

d.

observer bias.

e.

the effects of the observer.

Question number: 217

» Personality » Determinants of Personality

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The term personality refers to

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the hereditary aspects of one’s emotional nature.

b.

charisma, character, or temperament.

c.

unique and enduring behavior patterns.

d.

constant behavior patterns.

e.

favorable and unfavorable personal characteristics.

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