Attachment Researchers Have Found That If Parent-Child Attachments Are Poor
Attachment researchers have found that if parent-child attachments are poor, the child will typically develop adult relationship styles that _____________________.
A) are characterized by antisocial and psychopathic behaviors
B) are characterized by ambivalence, fear, or avoidance
C) are characterized by avoidant interpersonal behavior
D) are characterized by overprotectiveness and clinging behaviors
E) are characterized by ambivalence regarding the feelings of others
Joan is a psychologist who argues that her client has a personality disorder due largely to the fact that his schemata (i.e., beliefs and assumptions) have become rigid and inflexible. Joan is taking a(n) __________ approach to understanding the etiology of personality disorders.
Biological accounts of personality disorders have been most thoroughly explored with __________ personality disorder.
Jane has a tendency to see everything people do as a personal attack on her safety and privacy. Judging from this characteristic, which personality disorder is Jane most likely to have?