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ISB exam 1
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The most general definition of "stress" is
an organism's response to a situation that requires the organism to adapt.
The branch of the autonomic nervous system involved in physiological activation ("turning on") of the fight-flight-freeze system is the
The fight-flight-freeze response is initially triggered by the ___ response to a stressor.
The allostatic process known as "tend-and-befriend" is mediated by
The diagnosis of PTSD is unique in the DSM-5 because
It is the only diagnosis whose criteria include the type of event to which one must be exposed
In PTSD the -------------------------becomes more reactive to stressful stimuli and the -----------------becomes less reactive
amygdala; prefrontal cortex
Very high frequency, intensity, and/or duration of the activation of the fight-or-flight response can lead to damage to neurons in the ____, which makes it easier to trigger activation of the sympathetic response and harder to activate the parasympathetic response.
Which of the following treatments does NOT require people with PTSD to actively recall the details of their trauma?
The above treatments all require active recall of trauma details
In anxiety disorders there is heightened activity in which neural network?
Which neurobehavioral system mostly directly accounts for "freezing" in response to a stressful event?
Behavioral Inhibition System (BIS)
A learning mechanism that accounts for the frequency with which agoraphobia develops in association with panic disorder is
A significant difference between a typical stress response and a panic episode is that
Panic does not involve the release of cortisol from the adrenal gland
The symptom that most clearly differentiates Generalized Anxiety Disorder from the other anxiety disorders is
In the Cognitive Avoidance Model of GAD, autonomic restriction refers to the idea that
worrying seems to prevent people from experiencing the level of anxious arousal that people with other anxiety disorders experience
The worrying of people with GAD is different from the worrying of people without GAD in that
People WITH GAD show less activation of the right frontal cortex while worrying
The Cognitive Avoidance Model of GAD, coupled with EEG evidence about frontal cortex differences associated with the GAD worry process, predicts that
More complete processing of worries, with emphasis on adding visual imagery to the worry, helps people diminish their level of worry about specific concerns
The main difference between having anorexia nervosa and having bulimia nervosa is that
The food management strategies result in significant weight loss for those with anorexia but not those with bulimia.
The main difference between bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder is that
Those with binge eating disorder do not engage in purging behaviors.
What percentage of people with anorexia disorder die in the course of dealing with this disorder?
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