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Category A for 100. Politicians, Ice Man, Ted Bundy, and Jeffery Dahmer all have this in common. Answer to Category A for 100. Antisocial Personality Disorder. Category A for 200. Someone is acting suspicious and cannot trust others, they show signs of what disorder?.

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Category a for 100
Category A for 100

Politicians, Ice Man, Ted Bundy, and Jeffery Dahmer all have this in common


Answer to category a for 100
Answer to Category A for 100

Antisocial Personality Disorder


Category a for 200
Category A for 200

Someone is acting suspicious and cannot trust others, they show signs of what disorder?


Answer to category a for 200
Answer to Category A for 200

Paranoid Personality Disorder


Category a for 300
Category A for 300

When someone views something as either all good or all bad


Answer to category a for 300
Answer to Category A for 300

Borderline Personality Disorder


Category a for 400
Category A for 400

Obsession for perfection



Category a for 500
Category A for 500

The main character of Cab Driver suffered from this disorder



Category b for 100
Category B for 100

The Psychodynamic explanation


Answer to category b for 100
Answer to Category B for 100

Faulty superego development in the Phallic stage


Category b for 200
Category B for 200

Cognitive Explanation


Answer to category b for 200
Answer to Category B for 200

Negative and maladaptive thoughts pervade their thought process


Category b for 300
Category B for 300

Beck’s Theory


Answer to category b for 300
Answer to Category B for 300

They think they are powerless and invaluable and the world is malevolent


Category b for 400
Category B for 400

Biological Explanation


Answer to category b for 400
Answer to Category B for 400

Low serotonin levels leads to obsessive and compulsive behaviors centered on perfectionism


Category b for 500
Category B for 500

Genetic Explanation


Answer to category b for 500
Answer to Category B for 500

People with a family history of schizophrenia have a higher chance of having schizotypal personality disorder


Category c for 100
Category C for 100

Cleckley’s classic description of APD


Answer to category c for 100
Answer to Category C for 100

Superficial Charm and Good Intelligence, Shallow Emotions and lack of guilt, No life plans, Failure to learn from past experiences, Unrelliablity



Answer to category c for 200
Answer to Category C for 200

Suspicion, hypersensitivity, reluctance to confide in others


Category c for 300
Category C for 300

Borderline


Answer to category c for 300
Answer to Category C for 300

Stormy interpersonal relationships, mood swings, suicidal tendencies



Answer to category c for 400
Answer to Category C for 400

  • Perfectionism, controlling, and rigid personality


Category c for 500
Category C for 500

Emotionally cold, indifference, and social isolation are all symptoms of…




Answer to category d for 100
Answer to Category D for 100

The best known treatment is tranquilizers, though they have little effect on the patients


Category d for 200
Category D for 200

PPD Treatment Options


Answer to category d for 200
Answer to Category D for 200

CBT is the preferred treatment


Category d for 300
Category D for 300

Borderline Personality Treatment


Answer to category d for 300
Answer to Category D for 300

DBT (Dialectic Behavioral Therapy) is the most common treatment


Category d for 400
Category D for 400

OCPD Treatment


Answer to category d for 400
Answer to Category D for 400

CBT along with

Psychotherapy


Category d for 500
Category D for 500

Schiziod Therapy


Answer to category d for 500
Answer to Category D for 500

  • CBT, Group and supportive therapy


Category e for 100
Category E for 100

Experience loss of control and act impulsively and aggressively with wide spans of times between episodes


Answer to category e for 100
Answer to Category E for 100

Intermittent-Explosive Disorder


Category e for 200
Category E for 200

These prevent difficulty in diagnosing patients with Personality Disorders


Answer to category e for 200
Answer to Category E for 200

All patients show some signs of a disorder and commonly overlap with some, but not all of the symptoms of other disorders


Category e for 300
Category E for 300

What are the points for the 5-Factor-Model?


Answer to category e for 300
Answer to Category E for 300

Openness to experience, Neuroticism, extraversion, conscientiousness, and agreeableness


Category e for 400
Category E for 400

This disorder causes you to pull out your hair



Category e for 500
Category E for 500

This group of disorders contains disorders like Intermittent-Explosive, Pathological Gambling, and Kleptomania


Answer to category e for 500
Answer to Category E for 500

Impulse Control Disorders


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