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5 Matching questions

  1. psychoanalytic explanation of anxiety
  2. biological explanation (panic & agoraphobic)
  3. Situationally predisposed panic attacks
  4. which somatoform disorders exposure and response prevention treatment
  5. obsessive-compulsive disorder characteristics
  1. a BDD
  2. b the locus ceruleus (part of fear circuit), major source of norepinephrine which triggers SNS
  3. c 1) obsession: recurrent persistant thoughts 2)compulsion: repetitive behaviors, response to behaviors
  4. d in past (1960s), concept of neurosis (unrealistic anxiety and depression), anxiety resulted from id/ego conflict when defense mechanisms were overworked (GAD), anal fixation= impulses to soil transformed into compulsive cleanliness, person experiences urge as compulsive, obsessive thought (OCD)
  5. e likelihood of attack is greater in situations where they have previously occured

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. recurrent uncued panic attacks (1 month), constant worry about more attacks...example: Jenny unexpected heart pounding, sweaty palms, deep sense of fear something was wrong, worried about reoccurence, began avoiding public situations b/c fear of being humiliated
  2. medication protective while ppl were taking them, best in combo with PCT
  3. known stimulus/ clear trigger, like seeing needle or snake (most likely a phobia)
  4. no idea attack was coming, no clue when next will come
  5. obsessions/compulsions reflect maladaptive responses to unresolved conflict

5 True/False questions

  1. cognitive explanation (panic & agoraphobic)individual misinterprets somatic bodily changes as impending doom

          

  2. Illness Phobiafear of being in places in which it would be difficult or embarrassing to escape if panic symptoms occur

          

  3. behavioral etiology (OCD)people can learn that certain compulsions or rituals calm obsession temporarily

          

  4. cognitive etiology (OCD)people can inherit biological vulnerability to anxiety disorders

          

  5. cognitive behavioral treatment (panic & agoraphobic)individual misinterprets somatic bodily changes as impending doom