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Exam4_2007Practice_Key - PSYCHOLOGY 101A: Winter 2007 Exam...

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PSYCHOLOGY 101A: Winter 2007 Exam #4, VERSION A 1. Over the past four days, Nikolai has only slept about three hours per night. During that time, he has spent approximately $30,000 dollars on Italian shoes. Yesterday, he was fairly well convinced that he will be named the next president of the University of Washington and today he is hearing voices telling him that he is a messenger of God. Last week, however, he spent three straight days in bed believing he was worthless and considering suicide. Nikolai most likely has which of the following disorders? a) Schizophrenia b) Borderline personality disorder c) Narcissistic personality disorder d) Bipolar disorder 2. The main type of moral reasoning, proposed by Lawrence Kohlberg, that is based on anticipated punishments or rewards, is called _________. For instance, using the example provided by Kohlberg, a child would reason that Heinz should steal the drug because if he doesn't, his wife will die and he'll get into trouble. a) preconventional moral reasoning b) conventional moral reasoning c) postconventional moral reasoning d) subconventional moral reasoning 3. __________________ are anti-depressant medications that interfere with the process by which enzymes break-down serotonin and norepinephrine after interneuron communication, with the overall effect being an increase of these neurotransmitters in the brain. They also interact strongly with alcohol, so anyone taking the medication cannot ingest any alcohol. a) Tricyclic’s b) Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI’s) c) Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOI’s) d) Benzodiazepenes 4. Based on the research presented in class, which of the following is generally true about imaginary companions? a) Almost all imaginary companions (90%) are human. b) Imaginary companions are fairly common. In one study, 65% of 7-year-olds indicated they had an imaginary companion at some point in their lives. c) Children who have imaginary companions are generally shy and do not like spending time with real friends. d) Children with autism are more likely to have an imaginary companion than children without autism. 5. In client-centered therapy, the important "active ingredient" is _________________________. a) the relationship between client and therapist b) the client's past relationships that influence their current relationships c) the client's unconscious conflicts d) challenging and changing maladaptive thoughts 6. In some famous work on attachment in migratory birds, Konrad Lorenz found that if goslings (baby geese) saw him immediately after being born instead of seeing their parents, the goslings would follow Lorenz everywhere he went. This sudden, biologically primed form of attachment is called
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_________________________. a) disorganized attachment b) secure attachment c) imprinting d) impression formation 7. Among the mood disorders, ___________________ seems to have the strongest link to genetic factors, based on evidence from concordance rates among identical twins.
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2008 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor Passer during the Spring '07 term at University of Washington.

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Exam4_2007Practice_Key - PSYCHOLOGY 101A: Winter 2007 Exam...

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