PSYC 3004 Week 3 Quiz Psychological Disorders
- Which would a combat veteran receiving the best treatment for a stress disorder NOT be likely to experience?
- The effects of taking hallucinogens accompanied by feelings that objects are changing size. Another people are distorted, and that one might be mechanical is MOST similar to
- According to the DSM-5, all of the following are considered symptoms of a manic episode EXCEPT
- Pairing the thought of feared objects and relaxation training is an aspect of
- The mood and thoughts of suicidal people are MOST often characterized as
- “Who wouldn’t be afraid all the time? We have the bomb, overpopulation, AIDS, and violent crime everywhere. Because It is difficult to get a good job unless you understand all that complicated computer junk.” This complaint is consistent with a explanation of generalized anxiety disorder.
Behaviorists believe that compulsive behavior
- Benzodiazepines are believed to be effective in treating generalized anxiety disorder. Because they mimic the effect of at certain receptor sites in the brain.
- What do acute and post-traumatic stress disorder have in common with dissociative disorders?
- A state of breathless euphoria, or frenzied energy, in which individuals have an exaggerated belief in their power describes
- Exposure and response prevention as treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder
- Investigators have shown that traumatic events are related to abnormal activity of the neurotransmitter
- Although initially thought to be due to an excessive amount of a particular neurotransmitter, So, mania has been found to be due to low levels of which neurotransmitter?
Which theoretical orientation would support the finding that there is a significant relationship between positive.
- So, life events and feelings of life satisfaction and happiness?
- Another response to a threat, we perspire, breathe more quickly, get goose bumps, and feel nauseated. These responses are controlled by the nervous system.
- Little Karen was bitten by a tan pony she was riding at a carnival. The experience left her hurt and frightened. The next month she was visiting her uncle. Who had a tan Great Dane (dog). It frightened her even though she had never had a bad experience with a dog. Karen’s fear of this dog is an example of. (PSYC 3004 week 3)
- If a biochemical imbalance were the cause of a person’s depression. So in the latest research would lead us to expect to find that person to have
- Another, Fear differs from anxiety in that
- So, this behavior has been added to the list of behaviors that may contribute to subintentional deaths:
- Because people MOST likely to develop stress disorders are.
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