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Abnormal Psychology

Psychology

Quiz 5 :

Anxiety Disorder and Obsessive Compulsive and Related Disorders

Quiz 5 :

Anxiety Disorder and Obsessive Compulsive and Related Disorders

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The essential feature of a panic disorder is ______.
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According to the textbook, anxiety is characterized by a wide range of symptoms that cut across ? ______________domains.
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A severe anxiety reaction approaching sheer terror is called a(n) ______.
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Anxiety disorders affect ___________ adults in the United States.
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A generalized state of apprehension or foreboding is called ______.
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A class of psychological disorders characterized by excessive or maladaptive anxiety reactions is ______ disorders.
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Dick has episodes of sheer terror when riding on subway trains. He breaks into a cold sweat and often feels like he is having a heart attack. During these attacks he imagines that he is Completely losing control of himself. Dick's disorder is best described as a ______ disorder.
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The term "neurosis" was coined by ______.
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Freud's assumptions about neuroses formed the basis of ______ edition(s) of the DSM.
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Every time David enters an airport terminal, he feels lightheaded. His heart races and his stomach? hurts. If David has an anxiety disorder, his symptoms would be classified in the _______domain of anxiety.
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Which of the following disorders was classified as an anxiety disorder in the DSM-IV but has moved to a new diagnostic category in the DSM-5?
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The term representing disorders that involve loss of touch with reality and are typified by bizarre behaviors, hallucinations, and beliefs, and are generally severe in nature is ______.
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Freud's psychodynamic view was that ______ resulted from the threatened emergence of unacceptable, anxiety-evoking ideas into conscious awareness.
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Robin worries constantly, has a nagging sense of dread or apprehension about the future, and is ? keenly aware of and preoccupied with her body's sensations. Which domain of anxiety do Robin's ? symptoms represent?
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In the DSM-5, acute stress disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder are classified as ______.
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The term ______ derives from roots meaning "an abnormal or diseased condition of the nervous system."
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For Freud, neurotic disorders represented ways the ego attempts to defend itself against ______.
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Maris is plagued by a constant sense of dread and apprehension about the future. His thinking is jumbled, confused and he has difficulty concentrating. Physically, he is jittery, Agitated, and constantly feels nauseated. He is so worried about his own bodily sensations And the fear that he is "losing control," that he has difficulty focusing on anything else. His Symptoms are most suggestive of ______.
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A neurosis was originally seen as an affliction of the ______.
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Bert is standing in a shopping mall when he begins having difficulty breathing. He feels his heart pounding, feels weak and dizzy, and notices that he is perspiring heavily. He feels like He might be having a heart attack. At the very least, he senses he is losing control and is afraid That if he's not having a heart attack, he is going "crazy." Assuming that Bert is not having An actual heart attack, he is most likely suffering from ______.
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