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The ____ approach to psychological disorders is most likely to focus on the brain, genetic, and neurotransmitter functioning in the development of pschological dsorders
____ is a culture-related disorder in China and Southeast Asia that involves the terrifying belief that one's genitilia are retracting into one's abdomen
Amok is a psychological disorder that is associated with the culture of the people living in ___?
Malaysia, Philippines, Africa
1.The _____ is a theory suggesting that pre-existing conditions, such as genetic characteristics, personality dispositions, or experiences, may put a person at risk of developing a psychological disorder. A. medical model B. diathesis-stress model C. five-factor model D. elaboration likelihood model
B. diathesis-stress model
2.The _____ is the name of the manual that was published in 1952 by the American Psychiatric Association for the major classification of psychological disorders in the United States. A. Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual (PDM) B. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) C. International Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD-10) D. Latin American Guide for Psychiatric Diagnosis (GLDP)
B. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM 5)
3.The main criticism of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) is that it _____. A. takes an overly sociocultural view of psychological disorders B. has included very few categories of psychological disorders C. does not rely on social norms and subjective judgments D. mainly reflects the medical model
D. mainly reflects the medical model
4. Which of the following is NOT one of the three criteria that is used to distinguish normal from abnormal behavior? A. Behavior that is deviant B. Behavior that is maladaptive C. Behavior that is statistically atypical in nature D. Behavior that involves personal distress over a long period of time
C. Behavior that is statistically atypical in nature
5. In the context of abnormal behavior, which of the following is true of deviant behavior? A. A person who engages in deviant behavior typically poses a greater threat to himself than others. B. The context of a behavior may determine whether it is deviant or not. C. A person who engages in deviant behavior invariably poses a great threat to society. D. An individual engaging in deviant behavior always finds it personally satisfying.
B. The context of a behavior may determine whether it is deviant or not
True or False: In the context of abnormal behavior, the context of a behavior may determine whether it is
deviant or not.
6._____ refers to a psychological disorder in which the individual suffers from an unrelenting lack of pleasure in life. A. Bipolar disorder B. Depressive disorder C. Specific phobia D. Obsessive-compulsive disorder
B. Depressive disorder
7.For a person to be diagnosed with major depressive disorder (MDD), he or she must have experienced a significant depressive episode and depressed characteristics, such as lethargy and hopelessness, for at least _____. A. a week B. two days C. two months D. two weeks
D. two weeks
8.Which of the following statements is true of the biological factors implicated in the development of depressive disorders? A. Depressed individuals show higher levels of brain activity in a section of the prefrontal cortex that is involved in generating actions. B. Depressed individuals show higher levels of brain activity in regions of the brain associated with the perception of rewards in the environment. C. Individuals who possess genes linked with depression are at a decreased risk for depression even if their social environment is stressful. D. Individuals with depressive disorders appear to have too few receptors for the neurotransmitters serotonin and norepinephrine.
D. Individuals with depressive disorders appear to have too few receptors for the neurotransmitters serotonin and norepinephrine.
9. A possible behavioral explanation for depression focuses on _____. A. operant conditioning B. learned optimism C. classical conditioning D. learned helplessness
D. learned helplessness
10.It has been over two years since the death of her husband and Jenna still cannot cope with her loss. She is constantly preoccupied with thoughts of death and cannot seem to find much pleasure in life. In the context of disorders involving emotion and mood, it can be inferred that Jenna is most likely suffering from _____. A. major depressive disorder B. bipolar disorder C. a social phobia D. disruptive mood disorder
major depressive disorder (persistent depressive disorder)
11.Which of the following statements is true of the role of psychological factors in depression? A. According to researchers, depression is related to an optimistic attributional style rather than a pessimistic attributional style. B. The course of depression can be influenced only by what people think but not how they think. C. Individuals with depression have a brain that is wired for attention to positive information. D. The tendency to ruminate negative thoughts is associated with the development of depression.
D. The tendency to ruminate negative thoughts is associated with the development of depression.
12.Which psychological approach would attribute a person's depression to escalating negative and self-defeating thoughts? A. The behavioral approach B. The biological approach C. The sociocultural approach D. The cognitive approach
D. The cognitive approach
13._____ refers to a psychological state in which a person's perceptions and thoughts are fundamentally removed from reality. A. Dissociation B. Mania C. Psychosis D. Catatonia
14._____ is a severe psychological disorder characterized by highly disordered thought processes; individuals suffering from this disorder may be referred to as psychotic because they are so far removed from reality. A. Obsessive-compulsive disorder B. Dissociative identity disorder C. Depression D. Schizophrenia
15.Derek is suffering from a severe mental illness that is characterized by distorted thought and perception. He hears voices in his head and is convinced that aliens are trying to communicate with him. Derek's belief is so strong that he sits on the roof for hours having conversations with no one in particular. Derek is also in the habit of writing words that make no sense and refrains from interacting with other people. In the context of dissociative disorders, it can be inferred that Derek is most likely suffering from _____ in this scenario. A. borderline personality disorder B. generalized anxiety C. schizophrenia D. kleptomania
16. Hallucinations are _____. A. sensory experiences that occur in the absence of real stimuli B. false, unusual, and sometimes magical beliefs that are not part of an individual's culture C. recurrent thoughts that persist despite efforts to suppress them D. repetitive, purposeful acts that are performed in a ritualistic manner
A. sensory experiences that occur in the absence of real stimuli
17. Jeremy, a schizophrenic patient, hears multiple voices inside his head; talking to him at the same time and forcing him to do things. Hence, it can be inferred that he is experiencing the symptom of _____. A. delusions B. illusions C. hallucinations D. catatonia
18.Which of the following statements is true of schizophrenia? A. Schizophrenia is usually diagnosed in late adulthood. B. Individuals with schizophrenia are at a lower risk of suicide. C. Individuals with schizophrenia may be lacking in the ability to read the emotions of others. D. The negative symptoms of schizophrenia involve a distortion or an excess of normal function.
C. Individuals with schizophrenia may be lacking in the ability to read the emotions of others
19.Which of the following best describes catatonia? A. It is a state in which a person's perceptions and thoughts are fundamentally removed from reality. B. It is a state of immobility and unresponsiveness lasting for long periods of time. C. It is a state in which the person feels disconnected from immediate experience. D. It is a psychological state that is marked by overexcitement and euphoria.
B. It is a state of immobility and unresponsiveness lasting for long periods of time
20.Each time Darren listens to the radio, he believes that he is receiving a secret message from the government. He spends most of his days trying to warn others about an impending invasion that the voice on his radio has been telling him about. Hence, it can be inferred that Darren is most likely suffering from _____. A. major depressive disorder B. specific phobia C. antisocial personality disorder D. schizophrenia
21.Positive symptoms of schizophrenia include all of the following EXCEPT: A. hallucinations. B.delusions. C. flat affect. D. catatonia.
C. flat affect
22.What kind of thinking involves ascribing personal meaning to completely random events? A. Splitting B. Convergent thinking C. Referential thinking D. Deductive reasoning
C. Referential thinking
23.Tyra believes that her Math professor is actually a secret agent who is working undercover to assassinate the President of the U.S. In the context of schizophrenia, it can be inferred that Tyra is engaging in _____. A. splitting B. referential thinking C. divergent thinking D. deductive reasoning
B. referential thinking
24.Which of the following is a common negative symptom of schizophrenia? A. Movement disorder B. Hallucinations C. Thought disorder D. Flat affect
D. Flat affect
25.Which of the following statements is true of the biological factors involved in schizophrenia? A. The brains of individuals with schizophrenia have compressed ventricles. B. Individuals with schizophrenia have a larger prefrontal cortex and higher activity in this area of the brain than healthy individuals. C. Problems in prenatal development may predispose a brain to developing schizophrenic symptoms later in life. D. Deficient levels of the neurotransmitter dopamine play a significant role in the development of schizophrenia.
D. Deficient levels of the neurotransmitter dopamine play a significant role in the development of schizophrenia.
26.Amy often offends other people because she does not seem to be able to read their emotions accurately. She shows little or no emotions herself and avoids social contact. Amy is also convinced that her neighbors are scheming to murder her. According to this scenario, it can be inferred that Amy is _____. A. suffering from schizophrenia B. suffering from dissociative identity disorder C. severely depressed D. suffering from bipolar disorder
A. suffering from schizophrenia
27._____ is a psychological disorder that is characterized by extreme mood swings that include one or more episodes of mania, an overexcited, unrealistically optimistic state. A. Disruptive mood disorder B. Persistent depressive disorder C. Bipolar disorder D. Obsessive-compulsive disorder
C. Bipolar disorder
28.Which of the following statements is true of bipolar disorder? A. Individuals with bipolar II disorder have extreme manic episodes during which they may experience hallucinations. B. Individuals with bipolar disorder can have manic and depressive episodes four or more times a year, but they usually are separated by 6 months to a year. C. Bipolar I disorder refers to the milder version of bipolar disorder in which the individual may experience a less extreme level of euphoria. D. Bipolar disorder is more common in men than in women.
B. Individuals with bipolar disorder can have manic and depressive episodes four or more times a year, but they usually are separated by 6 months to a year.
29.In the context of bipolar disorder, a person experiencing a manic episode may _____. A. sleep very little B. feel energetic C. feel euphoric D. All of these.
D. All of these.
30._____ refers to a psychological state in which an individual feels overexcited and unrealistically optimistic. A. Psychosis B. Catatonia C. Mania D. Depression
31.Dr. Wren is in the process of diagnosing Lily's psychological disorder. After asking Lily a few questions about her symptoms, Lily reveals that she experiences alternating episodes of euphoria and distress. On some days, Lily claims that she feels like she is capable of doing anything in the world. During this phase, she can't sleep; feels restless, and is extremely excitable. On the other days, Lily feels utterly worthless and miserable. During this phase, Lily lies in bed all day and is troubled by morbid thoughts. In the context of disorders involving emotion and mood, it can be inferred that Dr. Wren is likely to diagnose Lily with _____. A. major depressive disorder B. obsessive-compulsive disorder C. bipolar disorder D. schizophrenia
C. bipolar disorder
32. Which of the following statements is true of the biological factors involved in bipolar disorder? A. Studies link low levels of the neurotransmitter glutamate to bipolar disorder. B. High levels of norepinephrine and low levels of serotonin are associated with bipolar disorder. C. The brain's energy consumption rises in depression and falls in mania. D. Genetic influences are weaker predictors of bipolar disorder than of depressive disorder.
B. High levels of norepinephrine and low levels of serotonin are associated with bipolar disorder.
33.In the context of treating children who suffer from bipolar disorder, _____, included by the DSM-5 as a new diagnosis, is considered a depressive disorder in children who show persistent irritability and recurrent episodes of out-of-control behavior. A. disruptive mood dysregulation disorder B. depression C. autism spectrum disorder D. generalized anxiety disorder
A. disruptive mood dysregulation disorder
34._____ is an anxiety disorder that is marked by persistent anxiety for at least 6 months and in which the individual is unable to specify the reasons for this state. A. Aerophobia B. Generalized anxiety disorder C. Social anxiety disorder D. Agoraphobia
B. Generalized anxiety disorder
35.Which of the following biological factors plays a role in the development of generalized anxiety disorder? A. Enlarged fluid-filled spaces in the brain B. Elevated levels of lactate C. Deficient levels of the neurotransmitter GABA D. Elevated levels of the neurotransmitter dopamine
C. Deficient levels of the neurotransmitter GABA
36._____ refers to a psychological disorder in which an individual has anxiety-provoking thoughts that will not go away and urges him to perform repetitive, ritualistic behaviors to prevent or produce some future situation. A. Dissociative identity disorder B. Bipolar disorder C. Obsessive-compulsive disorder D. Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
C. Obsessive-compulsive disorder
37.In cases of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), _____ frequently accompany obsessions and appear to serve the function of reducing the anxiety created by such disturbing thoughts. A. manias B. hallucinations C. compulsions D. delusions
38.Alex cannot control his impulse to wash his hands every five minutes. He washes his hands almost 100 times a day because he is terrified of being contaminated by germs. If Alex doesn't wash his hands, he experiences overwhelming anxiety. In the context of anxiety and anxiety-related disorders, it can be inferred that Alex is most likely to be diagnosed with _____. A. autism spectrum disorder B. obsessive-compulsive disorder C. post-traumatic stress disorder D. attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder
B. obsessive-compulsive disorder
39.Martha believes that if she doesn't keep checking the stove in the kitchen, there may be a gas leakage and an explosion. Consequently, Martha keeps checking whether the stove has been turned off over and over again, sometimes over fifty times a day. This practice interferes with her sleep and disturbs her thoughts. In the context of anxiety and anxiety-related disorders, Martha's recurrent thoughts about the possibility of an explosion are called _____. A. delusions B. compulsions C. hallucinations D. obsessions
B. compulsions ???
40.Evelyn believes that she must touch the door knob seven times before she opens the door so that her mother will not become deathly ill. In the context of obsessive-compulsive disorder, what is Evelyn's compulsion? A. The belief that her mother will fall sick B. Touching the door knob C. Walking through the door D. Opening the door
B. Touching the door knob
41.Which of the following biological factors plays a role in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)? A. Low levels of glutamate in the brain pathways linked with OCD B. High levels of the neurotransmitters serotonin and dopamine C. High levels of lactate in the brain D. High levels of activity in the frontal cortex of the brain
D. High levels of activity in the frontal cortex of the brain
42. Which of the following statements is true of individuals diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)? A. Individuals with OCD are less likely to be bothered by lingering doubts about whether they have avoided an unpleasant or dreaded outcome. B. Individuals with OCD feel extraordinarily relieved if they do not act out their compulsions. C. Individuals with OCD show a cognitive bias associated with overestimating threats, especially when such threats are personally relevant. D. Individuals with OCD have the ability to dismiss negative, intrusive thoughts by ignoring or effectively dismissing them.
C. Individuals with OCD show a cognitive bias associated with overestimating threats, especially when such threats are personally relevant.
43.In the context of OCD-related disorders, an individual with hoarding disorder is most likely to _____. A. exhibit a distressing preoccupation with the flaws in his physical appearance B. compulsively pull at his hair from his scalp, eyebrows, and other body parts C. suffer from a compulsion that involves picking at his skin, sometimes to the point of injuring himself D. find it difficult to throw things away, troubled by the feeling that he might need them at a later time
D. find it difficult to throw things away, troubled by the feeling that he might need them at a later time
44. Diana is afraid to throw things away because she feels that she might need them in the future. Consequently, Diana compulsively collects and stores large quantities of old newspapers, broken crockery, and old clothes. In the context of OCD-related disorders, Diana's excessive acquisition of objects and her inability to discard them are typical characteristics of _____. A. trichotillomania B. excoriation C. hoarding disorder D. body dysmorphic disorder
C. hoarding disorder
45.Emily is in the habit of picking at her skin every time she feels nervous or anxious. Emily engages in this kind of compulsive behavior to such an extent that she ends up bruising herself in the process. In the context of OCD-related disorders, Emily is most likely suffering from _____. A. hoarding disorder B. body dysmorphic disorder C. excoriation D. trichotillomania
46.Each time Harry feels anxious, he compulsively pulls hair from his scalp or eyebrows. This compulsive urge to pull his hair has made him partially bald. Harry is most likely to be diagnosed with which of the following OCD-related disorders? A. Hoarding disorder B. Trichotillomania C. Excoriation D. Body dysmorphic disorder
47._____ is an OCD-related disorder that involves a distressing preoccupation with imagined or slight flaws in one's physical appearance. A. Excoriation B. Trichotillomania C. Body dysmorphic disorder D. Hoarding disorder
C. Body dysmorphic disorder
48._____ is a psychological disorder that develops through exposure to a direful event, a severely oppressive situation, cruel abuse, or a natural or an unnatural disaster. A. Bipolar disorder B. Obsessive-compulsive disorder C. Post-traumatic stress disorder D. Autism spectrum disorder
C. Post-traumatic stress disorder
49.According to the DSM-5, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is likely to occur _____. A. in those individuals who directly experience a trauma B. in those individuals who witness a trauma C.in those individuals who only hear about a trauma D. All of these
D. All of
50.Since the war eight months ago, Henry, a 35-year-old soldier, has been experiencing flashbacks that causes him to relive the grievous experiences that he went through during the war. Henry is terrified of these flashback episodes and tries to avoid all reminders of the war. He refuses to talk about his feelings and avoids looking at his uniform. This anxiety interferes with Henry's sleep and social functioning. In the context of anxiety and anxiety-related disorders, it can be inferred that Henry is exhibiting the symptoms of _____. A. obsessive-compulsive disorder B. specific phobia C. post-traumatic stress disorder D. antisocial personality disorder
C. post-traumatic stress disorder
51.Which of the following statements is true of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? A. An individual experiences PTSD symptoms only several months or years after a trauma. B. Not every individual exposed to the same event develops PTSD. C. Genetic inheritance does not play a role in the development of PTSD. D. Individuals with PTSD seek attention and are open to expressing their emotions.
B. Not every individual exposed to the same event develops PTSD
52. Which of the following is true of people suffering from histrionic personality disorder? A.People with this disorder are always on the lookout for danger and the slightest social mistreatment. B. People with this disorder are emotionally cold and apathetic, and they are generally detached from interpersonal life. C. People with this disorder are egocentric, manipulative, and lack empathy for others. D. People with this disorder are inappropriately seductive in their interactions with others.
D. People with this disorder are inappropriately seductive in their interactions with others.
53.Which of the following is true of people suffering from obsessive-compulsive personality disorder? A. People with this disorder view themselves as privileged and better than others. B. People with this disorder are inappropriately seductive in their interactions with others. C. People with this disorder show an excessive attachment to moral codes and are excessively orderly in daily life. D. People with this disorder are prone to mood swings, excessive self-criticism, and extreme judgments of others.
C. People with this disorder show an excessive attachment to moral codes and are excessively orderly in daily life
54._____ is a psychological disorder that is characterized by guiltlessness, law-breaking, exploitation of others, irresponsibility, and deceit. A. Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder B. Antisocial personality disorder C. Borderline personality disorder D. Histrionic personality disorder
B. Antisocial personality disorder
55.Which of the following statements is true of antisocial personality disorder (ASPD)? A. ASPD is far more common in women than in men. B. All individuals with ASPD engage in crime. C. Individuals with ASPD show lower levels of autonomic nervous system arousal. D. Individuals with ASPD are more stressed than others by aversive circumstances.
C. Individuals with ASPD show lower levels of autonomic nervous system arousal
56. When Jack's ex-wife informs him that his son has been killed in a car accident, Jack responds by saying "Good, now I don't have to pay child support!" In the context of personality disorders, it can be inferred that Jack is most likely suffering from: A. major depressive disorder. B. a specific phobia. C. antisocial personality disorder. D. schizophrenia.
C. antisocial personality disorder
57. _____ is a psychological disorder characterized by a pervasive pattern of instability in interpersonal relationships, self-image, and emotions, and of marked impulsivity beginning by early adulthood and present in a variety of contexts. A. Autism Spectrum Disorder B. Schizotypal personality disorder C. Borderline personality disorder D. Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder
C. Borderline personality disorder
58.Individuals with borderline personality disorder are _____. A. impulsive, insecure, and emotional B. manipulative, deceitful, and amoral C. attention-seeking, dramatic, and lively D. emotionally cold and apathetic
A. impulsive, insecure, and emotional
59.When Sarah's boyfriend broke up with her, she became extremely distressed and angry. She began to drink heavily and use illicit substances in order to cope with her emotions. On several occasions, Sarah even threatened to kill herself if her boyfriend didn't answer her calls. Sarah is most likely to be diagnosed with which of the following disorders? A. Borderline personality disorder B. Obsessive-compulsive personality disorder C. Schizotypal personality disorder D. Antisocial personality disorder
A. Borderline personality disorder
60.Which of the following statements is true of borderline personality disorder (BPD)? A. Studies have revealed that BPD is more common in men than women. B. Individuals with BPD tend to be unrealistically optimistic and self-confident. C. Individuals with BPD are insensitive to how others treat them. D. BPD is more common among those younger than 30.
D. BPD is more common among those younger than 30.
61. Dissociative disorders are _____. A. psychological disorders in which an individual suffers from depression—an unrelenting lack of pleasure in life B. psychological disorders that involve a sudden loss of memory or change in identity due to the separation of an individual's conscious awareness from previous memories C. uncontrollable and disruptive psychological disorders that feature motor tension, hyperactivity, and apprehensive expectations and thoughts D. chronic, maladaptive cognitive-behavioral patterns that are completely integrated into an individual's personality
B. psychological disorders that involve a sudden loss of memory or change in identity due to the separation of an individual's conscious awareness from previous memories
62. Individuals with dissociative disorders have _____. A. a less voluminous hippocampus and amygdala B. excessive levels of the neurotransmitter glutamate C. a very small cerebral cortex D. very few receptors for the neurotransmitter serotonin
A. a less voluminous hippocampus and amygdala
63._____ refers to a disorder in which the individual has two or more distinct personalities or selves, each with its own memories, behaviors, and relationships. A. Borderline personality disorder B. Dissociative identity disorder C. Antisocial personality disorder D. Bipolar disorder
B. Dissociative identity disorder
64. Which of the following statements is true of dissociative identity disorder (DID)? A. In DID, one identity dominates at one time; another takes over at another time. B. Individuals with DID have two or more ambiguous personalities with overlapping memories and behaviors. C. The majority of individuals who have been sexually abused develop DID. D. The vast majority of individuals with DID are men.
A. In DID, one identity dominates at one time; another takes over at another time
65._____ is an anxiety disorder in which the individual experiences recurrent, sudden onsets of intense terror, often without warning and with no specific cause. A. Bipolar disorder B. Kleptomania C. Panic disorder D. Paranoid personality disorder
C. Panic disorder
66. Which of the following statements is true of panic disorder? A. The brain chemical, lactate, is deficient in individuals with panic disorder. B. In terms of biological factors, genetic predisposition is a likely cause of panic disorder. C. In terms of sociocultural factors in the U.S, men are twice as likely as women to have panic attacks. D. Individuals who suffer from panic attacks are less likely to display overgeneralization of fear learning.
B. In terms of biological factors, genetic predisposition is a likely cause of panic disorde
67. Which neurotransmitters play a role in panic disorders? A. Dopamine and norepinephrine B. Glutamate and acetylcholine C. GABA and serotonin D. Substance P and glutamate
C. GABA and serotonin
68.Lola often experiences abrupt, brief episodes of overwhelming fear. She does not know what triggers them, but she has these attacks in the grocery store, in busy restaurants, and even while driving. During these attacks, Lola's heart pounds and she has difficulty breathing. She fears that she may go crazy or have a heart attack. In the context of psychological disorders, it can be inferred that Lola may have _____. A. catatonia B. somatoform disorder C. aerophobia D. panic disorder
D. panic disorder
69._____ is an anxiety disorder in which the individual experiences an irrational, overwhelming, persistent fear of a particular object or situation. A. Specific phobia B. Schizophrenia C. Obsessive-compulsive disorder D. Somatoform disorder
A. Specific phobia
70. A fear becomes a phobia when _____. A. it does not interfere with the daily functioning of an individual B. an individual will go to any length to avoid the situation that he fears C. an individual is not aware of what triggers his fear D. it is not associated with a specific object or situation
B. an individual will go to any length to avoid the situation that he fears
71.Alison had sustained severe injuries after being brutally attacked by a mad dog as a child. Following that incident, Alison has been experiencing an overwhelming sense of fear and paralysis every time she sees a dog. The fear is so intense that it keeps Alison from leaving her house. Alison believes that as long as she's inside her house, the chances of encountering a dog are slim. In the context of psychological disorders, Alison is most likely to be diagnosed with _____. A. social anxiety disorder B. specific phobia C. obsessive-compulsive disorder D. generalized anxiety disorder
B. specific phobia
72._____ involve fears that are uncontrollable, disproportionate to the actual danger the person might be in, and disruptive of ordinary life A. Depressive disorders B. Personality disorders C. Anxiety disorders D. Dissociative disorders
C. Anxiety disorders
73._____ is an anxiety disorder in which the individual has an intense fear of being humiliated or embarrassed in public. A. Thanatophobia B. Xenophobia C. Social phobia D. Gamophobia
C. Social phobia
74.Eric has an extreme fear of being humiliated in public. As a result, he avoids public gatherings and functions. The thought of speaking in front of the crowd induces panic in him. Which of the following best describes Eric's disorder? A. Obsessive-compulsive disorder B. Generalized anxiety disorder C. Algophobia D. Social phobia
D. Social phobia
75. In 1973, Rosenhan performed a study in which eight healthy adults were admitted to a psychiatric hospital. What did this study demonstrate? A. College students are highly susceptible to psychological disorders. B. People only get worse in a psychiatric hospital. C. Once a person has been labeled with a psychological disorder, that label colors how others perceive everything else he or she does. D. If a person is treated for a mental illness during early adulthood, he or she is likely to recover fully.
C. Once a person has been labeled with a psychological disorder, that label colors how others perceive everything else he or she does.
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