Chapter 16 with answers

Chapter 16 with answers - Chapter 16: Abnormal Behavior 1....

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Chapter 16: Abnormal Behavior 1. Which of the following is NOT one of the three major approaches that have been used to define abnormality? A. Maladaptation B. Bizarre Behavior** C. Social Deviance D. Statistical variation 2. In any given year, what percent of Americans have a diagnosable mental or substance abuse disorder? A. 15%- 17% B. 20%- 25% C. 28%-30%** D. 34%-36% 3. What scientist believes that the medical model for studying abnormal behavior is not adequate for psychological disorders? A. Thomas Szasz** B. Sigmund Freud C. Emil Kraepelin D. Phillipe Pinel 4. Match each Axis with its respective dimension: Axis I d a. General Medical Conditions Axis II e b. Global Assessment of Functioning Axis III a c. Psychosocial and Environmental Problems Axis IV c d. Clinical Syndromes Axis V b e. Personality Syndromes 5. What is the ‘labeling’ problem? A. When a patient is mislabeled with the wrong diagnosis B. When the disorder does not fit into any one label or category C. When the disorder changes frequently and so does not receive an accurate label
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