Psych Test 3 With Key - Name Student ID PSYCH 1101 Fall 2013 Dr Goodie T Th 9:30 Exam 3 key Version A 5 Which of the following is a MYTH 1 Which of the

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Unformatted text preview: Name _____________________________ Student ID ________________________________ PSYCH 1101, Fall 2013, Dr. Goodie, T Th 9:30, Exam 3 key Version A 5. Which of the following is a MYTH 1. Which of the following is NOT characteristic of Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep? a) b) c) d) Relaxed muscles Difficult to rouse Takes the longest to achieve High amplitude EEG waves about suicide? a) Rates rise dramatically starting with middle age b) Risk increases if you begin to talk about it c) Women attempt suicide three times as often as men d) Men complete suicide times as often as women 2. When other people are watching, Funlola becomes a much better basketball player. Funlola is displaying: a) b) c) d) Social loafing Social interference Social facilitation Bystander effect 6. Grandiosity is a(n) _________ symptom of bipolar disorder. a) b) c) d) Emotional Cognitive Behavioral Somatic 7. Lithium is one of the most effective 3. Which of the following is NOT a treatments for which mental disorder? characteristic of “groupthink” a) b) c) d) Shared illusion of unanimity Discouragement of dissension Illusion of invulnerability Encouragement of dissension 4. A symptom of Major Depressive a) b) c) d) 8. In order to meet diagnostic criteria Disorder, anhedonia, refers to which of the following? a) b) c) d) Loss of interest or pleasure Change in appetite Sleep disturbance Hopelessness Bipolar Disorder Schizophrenia Panic Disorder Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder for Dysthymia, a person must experience low mood for at least: a) b) c) d) 2 days 2 months 2 weeks 2 years Name _____________________________ Student ID ________________________________ PSYCH 1101, Fall 2013, Dr. Goodie, T Th 9:30, Exam 3 Version A key 9. Instability of affect, relationships, a) Panic disorder and self-image are common b) Agoraphobia symptoms of _______: c) Social phobia d) Generalized anxiety disorder a) Narcissistic Personality Disorder b) Histrionic Personality Disorder c) Borderline Personality Disorder 14. Which of the following is NOT a d) Antisocial Personality Disorder symptom of Factitious Disorder? 10. “Stage of exhaustion” is in which phase of Hans Selye’s “General Adaptation Syndrome”: a) b) c) d) Stage I Stage II Stage III Stage IV 11. Excessive fear of being in an open place, such as a parking lot, is characteristic of: a) b) c) d) Generalized anxiety disorder Panic disorder Social phobia Agoraphobia 12. Which if the following is not characteristic of Marijuana use? a) b) c) d) Falsification of symptoms Presents himself/herself as ill Delusional Can be imposed on another person 15. In Schizophrenia, the concordance rate for monozygotic twins is around _____. a) b) c) d) 1% 25% 50% 75% 16. Which type of delusion is a person experiencing if he/she irrationally believes a catastrophe will occur? a) b) c) d) Persecutory Nihilistic Erotomanic Referential a) Relatively high use disorder potential b) Impairment of concentration c) Increased appetite d) Effective in treating of glaucoma 13. Fear of public situations that might involve humiliation and embarrassment is characteristic of ______. 17. Which of the following is the best predictor of the general course of schizophrenia? a) b) c) d) Severity of cognitive symptoms Severity of positive symptoms Severity of catatonic symptoms Severity of negative symptoms Name _____________________________ Student ID ________________________________ PSYCH 1101, Fall 2013, Dr. Goodie, T Th 9:30, Exam 3 Version A key 18. Which of the following is a known effect of alcoholism? c) Avolition d) Asociality a) Liver disease (hepatitis and cirrhosis) b) Pancreatic disorder 23. Which of the following is NOT a c) Korsakoff’s syndrome negative symptom of d) All of the above schizophrenia? 19. In small doses, stimulants are likely to: a) b) c) d) Reduce heart rate Reduce appetite Decrease mood Decrease concentration a) b) c) d) 24. A patient is experiencing real, physical impairment, which needs to be corrected. However, physical causes cannot be found. At this time, the most appropriate diagnosis for the patient is: 20. In a full night’s sleep, people cycle through the 4 stages of sleep ______ time(s) per night. a) b) c) d) 1 4-5 10-15 Approximately 100 Diminished emotional expression Anhedonia Decrease in motivated behavior Hearing voices a) b) c) d) Factitious disorder Conversion disorder Somatic disorder Malingering 25. Haldol and Thorazine are drugs 21. One-third of adults have symptoms commonly used to treat: of: a) b) c) d) Insomnia disorder Schizophrenia Depression Dissociative identity disorder a) b) c) d) Schizophrenia Bipolar Disorder Type II Depression Anxiety 26. Which of the following is NOT a 22. Mutism, marked decrease in treatment commonly used for paraphilias? reactivity, and rigid body posture are symptoms of: a) Catatonia b) Alogia a) b) c) d) Aversive (shock, nausea) Orgasmic reorientation Heterosocial skills training Pharmacological treatment Name _____________________________ Student ID ________________________________ PSYCH 1101, Fall 2013, Dr. Goodie, T Th 9:30, Exam 3 key 27. Female Orgasmic Disorder occurs when… Version A b) Sadism/ Machoism c) Frotteuristic Disorder d) Conversion Disorder a) A female achieves orgasm too early during sex, and this causes significant distress b) A female cannot achieve orgasm during sex, and this causes significant distress c) A female experiences orgasm in the absence of any sexual stimuli, and this causes significant distress d) A female has multiple orgasms 31. The condition associated with multiple distinct personality states is known as: a) b) c) d) Dissociative Identity Disorder Schizophrenia Conversion Disorder Bipolar Disorder 32. All of these are indication of a 28. A Peeping Tom is person who secretly spies on unsuspecting victims in order to become sexually aroused. Another name for this disorder would be? a) b) c) d) Frotteuristic Disorder Pedophilia Exhibitionistic Disorder Voyeuristic Disorder paraphilia EXCEPT? a) Sexual intercourse with non-human objects b) Sexual intercourse with children c) Sexual intercourse in which one inflicts suffering or humiliation d) Sexual intercourse with a member of the same sex 33. Which of the following is NOT 29. Following a Peeping Tom incident, the peeper most likely… a) physically assaults his victim b) masturbates in a private place c) masturbates in public d) has completed the experience and resumes other activities 30. Someone who rubs against people In order to achieve sexual arousal is likely suffering from? a) Pedophilia typically a symptom of Antisocial Personality Disorder, as identified by the DSM? a) Conduct disorder, before 15 b) Shying away from social situations c) charming d) disregard for the rights of others e) no regard for the truth Name _____________________________ Student ID ________________________________ PSYCH 1101, Fall 2013, Dr. Goodie, T Th 9:30, Exam 3 key Version A c) The condition that results when 34. Depressants are a group of drugs that _______? a) Excite the central nervous system b) Reduce the activity of the central nervous system c) Heighten arousal and activity levels d) Alter sensation and perception e) Drugs derived from opium and are capable of relieving pain alcohol hampers attention, leading people to respond in simple ways to complex situations d) Failure to retrieve memories following hypnotic suggestions to forget 38. Which of the following is NOT a major distinction of dream consciousness from the waking state? 35. A model that is very concerned about maintaining a small figure is likely to use drugs belonging to which of the following classes? a) We intensely feel emotion b) Dreams are typically focused on ourselves a) b) c) d) e) Marijuana Hallucinogens Narcotics Depressants Stimulants c) Dream thought is illogical d) Uncritical acceptance during dreaming, images and event seem perfectly normal rather than bizarre 39. Which of the following is NOT a part 36. ______ is a sleep disorder in which of Harold Kelley’s Covariation Model of Attribution that tells us how to use information in order to make a dispositional or situational attribution to someone’s behavior? a person wakes up and walks around while asleep. a) b) c) d) somnambulism narcolepsy insomnia sleep apnea a) b) c) d) consistency distinctiveness consensus correspondence 37. Alcohol myopia refers to ______. a) Alcohol effects are related to people’s expectations of how alcohol will influence them b) The tendency for a greater amount of alcohol to be required over time to achieve the same effect 40. _______ is a form of behavior therapy in which clients are give...
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