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5 Matching questions

  1. bipolar disorder
  2. A Disorganized schizo
  3. Insanity plea
  4. A3 genearl medical condition
  5. A2 personality disorders
  1. a sever deterioration of adaptive behavior, withdrawl from society, no emotion,babbling and giggling
  2. b long patterns of extreem inflexible personality traits that are deviant or maladaptive and lead ot impaired functioning or subjective distress
  3. c periods of mania nad depression separated by periods of relative normalcy
  4. d diabetes artritus
  5. e individual is not responsible for the crime committed

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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
  2. thoughts are the obssion, and the urges to engage in senseless rituals is the compulsion
  3. it has to occur rarely but that not suffcient cause to decide somthing is abonormal, ex social deviance, personal distress, maladaptive behavior
  4. differs from what society considers acceptable.
  5. Disturbances in thinking, perception,emotions, and behavior, lose contact w/ reality 3 types Disorganized,Catatonic, Paranoid

5 True/False questions

  1. causes of mood disordersBiological, genetics, amongst identical twins in 65% both have it. Psychodynamic, early childhood experiences, depression in anger turned inwards

          

  2. Dissociative Identitiy Disordermultiple personalitys
    each one is different from the other

          

  3. Dissociative Fuguecan last for weeks to months, extensive loss of memory of personal info

          

  4. conversion disorderproblem with sensory and motor functioning w/out medical explanation, causes; stress, attention as reinforcer,

          

  5. A5thoughts are the obssion, and the urges to engage in senseless rituals is the compulsion

          

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