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CH 12: Abnormal Psychology and Treatment. Review Game. Please select a Team. We have delusions of grandeur Our brain’s are abnormally large We’re not paranoid….. More neurotic than psychotic Therapy junkies The amnesiacs This game makes me anxious. :25.

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    1. CH 12: Abnormal Psychology and Treatment Review Game

    2. Please select a Team. • We have delusions of grandeur • Our brain’s are abnormally large • We’re not paranoid….. • More neurotic than psychotic • Therapy junkies • The amnesiacs • This game makes me anxious

    3. :25 Which of the following is not an anxiety disorder? • Obsessive-compulsive disorder • Conversion disorder • Zoophobia • Post-traumatic stress disorder • Panic disorder

    4. :25 All schizophrenics suffer from: • Depression • Multiple personalities • Flat affect • Distorted thinking • Delusions of persecution

    5. :25 Juan hears voices that tell him to kill people. Juan is experiencing: • Delusions • Obsessions • Anxiety • Hallucinations • Compulsions

    6. :25 Linda’s neighbors describe her as typically shy and mild mannered. She seems to be a devoted wife and mother her husband and three children. Unbeknownst to these neighbors, Linda sometimes dresses up in flashy, revealing clothing and goes to bars to pick up strange men. At such times, she is boisterous and overbearing. She tells everyone she meets that her name is Jen. At other times, when she is upset, Linda slips into childlike behavior and responds only to the name Sally. Linda is suffering from: • A schizophrenic disorder • A mood disorder • A dissociative disorder • A somatoform disorder • A psychosexual disorder

    7. :25 The DSM-IV contains: • A description of the symptoms of mental disorders • A description of the likely causes of mental disorders • Recommended methods of treatment for mental disorders • A description of research pertaining to each disorder • The history of each mental disorder

    8. Team Scores

    9. :25 All of the following are biomedical explanations for schizophrenia EXCEPT: • Double blinds • Brain asymmetries • The dopamine hypothesis • A genetic predisposition • Enlarged brain ventricles

    10. :25 Psychologists who draw from several different theoretical perspectives rather than strictly following one are known as: • Open-minded • Mixed • Flexible • Eclectic • Broad

    11. :25 Depression is associated with low levels of: • Acetylcholine • Epinephrine • Serotonin • Dopamine • GABA

    12. :25 “I am the most important person in the world” is a statement that might characterize the views of someone with which of the following personality disorders? • Schizoid • Antisocial • Histrionic • Dependent • Narcissistic

    13. :25 What kind of psychologist would be most likely to describe depression as the result of an unconscious process in which anger is turned inward? • Biomedical • Psychoanalytic • Cognitive • Behavioral • Sociocultural

    14. Team Scores

    15. :25 Women in the United States have a higher rate of depression than do men. Which kind of psychologist would be most likely to explain this higher incidence in terms of the pressures and prejudices that women suffer? • Humanistic • Psychoanalytic • Cognitive • Behavioral • Socio-cultural

    16. :25 The relationship between schizophrenia and Parkinson’s disease is that: • Both are caused by too little dopamine • Both are treated by antipsychotic drugs • Both can be caused by excessive use of amphetamines • Schizophrenia is associated with too much dopamine and Parkinson’s with too little • Parkinson’s is associated with too much dopamine and schizophrenia with too little

    17. :25 Anand is unable to move his right arm. He has been to scores of physicians seeking a cure, but none have been able to find any physiological reason for his paralysis. Anand may be suffering from: • Conversion disorder • Fugue • Hypochondriasis • Seasonal affective disorder • OCD

    18. :25 Mary is sexually aroused by aardvarks. Mary might be diagnosed as having: • Pedophilia • Masochism • Sadism • A paraphilia • Fetishism

    19. :25 Which statement about bulimia is true? • Only women suffer from this disorder • All bulimics use vomiting to rid their bodies of unwanted calories • Bulimics lose in excess of 15 percent of the normal body weight for their age and size • The sole cause of bulimia is society’s emphasis on thinness • Bulimics tend to be overly concerned with their weight and body image

    20. Team Scores

    21. :25 Which kind of therapist is most likely to analyze a client’s dreams? • Behaviorist • Cognitive • Humanistic • Psychoanalytic • Biomedical

    22. :25 Coretta’s therapist says little during their sessions and never makes recommendations about what Coretta ought to do. What kind of therapy does Coretta’s daughter most likely practice? • Psychodynamic • Behavioral • Cognitive • Biomedical • Humanistic

    23. :25 Craig saw a behaviorist to treat his crippling test anxiety. After a few months, Craig now longer experiences any fear when taking tests, however he has developed an obsessive-compulsive disorder. According to psychoanalysts, Craig is experiencing. • Free association • Symptom substitution • An anxiety hierarchy • Problem transference • Interpretation

    24. :25 Systematic desensitization different than flooding in that: • Flooding is a much more rapid therapy technique • They are the same • Systematic desensitization is research based • Humanistic psychologists only use flooding • Systematic desensitization is a little used therapy approach

    25. :25 Who is credited with client-centered therapy? • Fritz Perls • Carl Rogers • Albert Ellis • Aaron Beck • John Watson

    26. Team Scores

    27. :25 Which process involves counter conditioning? • RET • ECT • Transference • Somatic therapy • Systematic desensitization

    28. :25 Which of the following is used a a somatic therapy for depression? • MAO inhibitors • Client-centered therapy • Cognitive therapy • Dream analysis • Free association

    29. :25 All of the following methods of treatment are or may be based on classical conditioning principles EXCEPT: • Token economy • Implosive therapy • Flooding • Systematic desensitization • Aversion therapy

    30. :25 Maria has been in analysis for over a year. Recently, she has begun to suspect that she has fallen in love with her therapist. When she confesses her feelings, her therapist is likely to tell Maria that she is experiencing: • Resistance • Transference • A breakthrough • Irrational expectations • Unconditional positive regard

    31. :25 Jeb has been working for the same company for three years. While responsibilities have increased, his salary has not. Every time he resolves to talk with his supervisor about a raise, he loses his nerve. In therapy, Dr. Flores and her assistant demonstrate how Jeb might go about asking for a raise. Then the assistant pretends to be Jeb’s boss, and Jeb practices asking for a raise. This process most closely resembles: • RET • Existential therapy • Modeling • Free association • Aversion therapy

    32. Team Scores

    33. :25 One difference between psychoanalytic and cognitive modes of treatment is that cognitive therapists: • Say little during sessions • Emphasize the primacy of behavior • Focus on the present • View repressed thoughts about one’s childhood as the root of most problems • Do not face their clients

    34. :25 Which method of therapy is most eclectic? • Psychodynamic • Client-centered • Aversive-conditioning • Psychoanalytic • Token economy

    35. :25 Schizophrenia is most likely to be treated with: • Prozac • Lithium • Miltown • Haldol • Valium

    36. :25 A common side effect of ECT is: • Tardive dyskinesia • Memory loss • Hallucinations • Hysteria • Violent episodes

    37. :25 An unanticipated result of the deinstitutionalization movement was: • An increase in the homeless population • An increase in drug-related crime • An increase in the incidence of catatonic schizophrenia • A decrease in the availability of antipsychotic drugs • A decrease in the population of mental institutions