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An important factor in differentiating normal from abnormal behavior in older adults is: a. an intrapersonal factor. b. context. c. speeded testing situations. d. a life-cycle factor. 2 The formal process of measuring, understanding, and predicting behavior is known as: a. examination of available resources. b. psychological testing. c. assessment. d. a life-course review. 3________ are the most widely used assessment methods. a. Neuropsychological assessments b. Clinical interviews c. Performance-based assessments d. Direct observations 4 Compared to younger adults, the rate of clinical depression in older adults is: a. the same. b. unknown. c. lower. d. higher. 5 Which of the following has not been identified as a possible biological cause of depression? a. poor nutrition b. physical illness c. abnormal functioning of the brain d. neurotransmitter imbalance
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6 Which disorder is characterized by periods of depression and mania? a. multiple personality disorder b. schizophrenia c. obsessive-compulsive disorder d. bipolar disorder 7
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