Mental Disorders-Mental Health (CBSE-NET (Based on NTA-UGC) Psychology (Paper-II)): Questions 28 - 32 of 69

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Question number: 28

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Gregory has been homeless for the past 3 years. The stress of being homeless seems to have contributed to the onset of psychosis. This example illustrates what risk factor for mental disorders?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

family

b.

emotional

c.

psychological

d.

social

e.

biological

Question number: 29

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The chief antidote for test anxiety is

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

discussing the problem with your professor.

b.

regression.

c.

repression.

d.

over preparation

e.

thought suppression.

Question number: 30

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Three year old Shawn ate lead paint which was chipping off the walls in an older home. Consequently, he developed a psychosis based on brain damage due to lead poisoning. Shawn’s psychosis would be called a (n)

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

behavioral psychosis.

b.

organic psychosis.

c.

neo-cortical psychosis.

d.

neural psychosis.

e.

functional psychosis.

Question number: 31

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Which major viewpoint on psychological disorders suggests that the cause is due to inherited or acquired brain disorders involving imbalances in neurotransmitters or damage to brain structures?

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

behavioral

b.

diathesis-stress

c.

humanistic

d.

biopsychological

e.

cognitive

Question number: 32

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The DSM-111-R has improved reliability because it helps mental health workers base their diagnosis on:

Choices

Choice (5) Response

a.

The theories of Binet, Freud and others

b.

A few well-defined categories

c.

Undefined categories

d.

The patient’s observable behaviour

e.

In-depth history of the patient

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