3 Written Questions
3 Multiple Choice Questions
- -the emergence of this disorder always follows an event that was a major life stress, one that must be more severe and unusual than those found in everyday life.
-war veterans, crime victims, physical or sexual abuse. murder witness.
-may have disturbed sleep, exaggerated startle reflex, poor concentration, and extreme irritability with aggression.
- -characterized by the presence of at least four symptoms of the following;
-increased heart rate,
-shortness of breath,
-dizziness or faintness
-fear of dying
- -paring increasingly anxiety provoking stimuli with relaxation methods to reduce incidence of panic and provide individual with the sense of control over the symptoms.
3 True/False Questions
Obsessive-compulsive disorder → -thoughts are intrusive and anxiety-provoking.
-most common are obsessions with violence or contamination.
-individual may not realize that these are internally derived.
-repetitive, purposeful behaviors performed in response to an obsession.
-the activity is excessive or not realistically helpful.
Generalized anxiety disorder → -generalized state of anxiety or worry in the absence of specific reason to do so.
Panic disorder → -Panic Attack
-Obsessive -compulsive disorder
-Post-traumatic stress disorder