5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Dissociative Identitiy Disorder
- Wahl 1999 danger labeling individuals
- Dissociative Fugue
- a multiple personalitys
each one is different from the other
- b ...
- c differs from what society considers acceptable.
- d travel far away and wake up not knowing where you are, travel far away with loss of memory of past events
- e Disturbances in thinking, perception,emotions, and behavior, lose contact w/ reality 3 types Disorganized,Catatonic, Paranoid
5 Multiple choice questions
- individual is not responsible for the crime committed
- abnormal and normal exist on a continuum, it does not mean dangerous or bad, they come in mild moderate and severe forms
- DSM-1V-TR Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders 1. clinical disorders, personaility or mental retardation, general medical conditions, social or environment problems, global assesement
- is needed to see how well the condition is improving
5 True/False questions
-Anxiety Disorders → afraid of having same kind of panic attack,afriad of the attack not the thing
insanity → individual is not responsible for the crime committed
hypochondriasis → worry about getting sick, belief of specific mediacl problem w/out medical evidence.
maladaptive → high activity, pressured speech,Flight of ideas, poor judgement
abnormal → it has to occur rarely but that not suffcient cause to decide somthing is abonormal, ex social deviance, personal distress, maladaptive behavior