Mental Disorders-Anxiety (CBSE-NET (UGC) Psychology (Paper-II & Paper-III)): Questions 12 - 16 of 32

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Question number: 12

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In most anxiety disorders, the person’s distress is

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a.

greatly out of proportion to the situation.

b.

related to ordinary life stresses.

c.

based on a physical cause.

d.

completely in proportion to situation.

Question number: 13

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Obsessive-compulsive disorders involve

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loss of contact with reality.

b.

unresolved Oedipal conflict.

c.

high levels of anxiety.

d.

unresolved anger.

Question number: 14

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A disorder characterized by continuous tension and occasional anxiety attacks in which persons think they are going insane or are about to die is called a

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a.

phobia.

b.

obsessive compulsive disorders.

c.

panic disorder.

d.

hysterical reaction.

Question number: 15

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A syndrome of physical and psychological symptoms that appears as a delayed response after exposure to an extremely emotionally distressing event is:

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General adaptation syndrome

b.

Manic depressive disorder

c.

Post-traumatic stress disorder

d.

Atherosclerosis

Question number: 16

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Jim is in a constant state of anxiety and also has brief, sudden periods of panic. He also believes these periods of panic will occur when he’s in a public location; therefore, Jim is afraid to leave his house. Jim’s diagnosis is

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a.

agoraphobia.

b.

panic disorder.

c.

panic disorder with agoraphobia.

d.

panic disorder without agoraphobia.

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