# Abnormal Psychology Chapter 2 Exam

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The ______ coordinated movement with sensory input and contains parts of the reticular activating system.
A) Hindbrain
B) Midbrain
C) Cerebral cortex
D) Forebrain
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Your uncle spent most of his teen years in a hospital undergoing treatment for a severe physical illness. As an adult, he is rather shy and withdrawn, particularly around women. He has been diagnosed with social phobia, which you believe is entirely due to lack of socialization during his teen years. Your theory or model of what caused his phobia is ________
A) Multidimensional
B) Integrative
C) One-dimensional
D) Biological
According to the diathesis-stress model, monozygotic twins raised in the same household will _______.
A) Not necessarily have the same disorders because of potential differences in their diathesis.
B) Have the same disorders because their diatheses and stress are exactly the same.
C) Not necessarily have the same disorders because of potential differences in their stress.
D) Have no more likelihood of sharing a disorder than any other two randomly selected individuals from the population.
Insel, Scanlan, Champoux, and Soumi (1988) raised one group of rhesus monkeys with the ability to control things in their environment and another group of monkeys who had no control of their environment (e.g., when they would receive treats and toys). When injected with a drug that produces a feeling of severe anxiety, the monkeys _______.
A) raised with a sense of control appeared angry and aggressive while the monkeys raised without a sense of control appeared very anxious.
B) ​raised with a sense of control appeared anxious while the monkeys raised without a sense of control appeared angry and aggressive.
C) in both groups appeared anxious.
D) in both groups appeared angry and aggressive.
In the diathesis-stress model, "diathesis" refers to
A) an inherited disorder.
B) conditions in the environment that can trigger a disorder depending upon how severe the stressors are.
C) an inherited tendency or condition that makes a person susceptible to developing a disorder.
D) the inheritance of multiple disorders