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EXAM 2 - EXAM 2 Jeffrey Shepherd Started December 9 2009...

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EXAM 2 Jeffrey Shepherd Started: December 9, 2009 1:31 AM Questions: 50 1. 01 - Ch. 11 (Points: 1) Psychosis refers to __________ 1. knowing the difference between right and wrong 2. knowing the difference between conscious and unconscious desires 3. knowing the difference between what is real and what is not real 4. knowing the difference between depression and anxiety Save Answer 2. 02 - Ch. 11 (Points: 1) A belief that has no basis in reality is called a ___________ 1. hallucination 2. paranoia 3. loss of reality 4. delusion Save Answer 3. 03 - Ch. 11 (Points: 1) Which of the following is the most common type of delusion? 1. persecutory delusions
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2. somatic delusions 3. delusions of grandeur 4. thought insertion Save Answer 4. 04 - Ch. 11 (Points: 1) Fred believes that the FBI has put a wire tape on his phone and because they are trying to entrap him. Most likely Fred is experiencing a(n)_______________. 1. thought disorder 2. somatic delusion 3. delusion of grandeur 4. persecutory delusion Save Answer 5. 05 - Ch. 11 (Points: 1) Faith believes that she is a reincarnation of the Baltic Goddess Laima and can control other people’s fate. Faith is most likely suffering from ______________. 1. persecutory delusion 2. delusions of thought control 3. a delusion of grandeur 4. delusions of reference Save Answer 6. 06 - Ch. 11 (Points: 1) Jeff believes that aliens from a parallel universe are controlling his thoughts. Jeff is most likely experiencing a ___________ 1. persecutory delusion
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2. delusion of thought insertion 3. delusion of grandeur 4. delusion of reference Save Answer 7. 07 - Ch. 11 (Points: 1) Sebastian believes his neighbor is watching him, and waiting for the chance to steal his stamp collection. This false belief would be considered a __________ 1. thought broadcasting 2. delusion of reference 3. persecutory delusion 4. grandiose delusion Save Answer 8. 08 - Ch. 11 (Points: 1) Hallucinations are _____________ 1. unreal perceptual experiences 2. beliefs that have no basis in reality 3. odd ways of thinking 4. thought disorder Save Answer 9. 09 - Ch. 11 (Points: 1)
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Which of the following is the most common hallucination? 1. visual 2. auditory 3. olfactory 4. tactile Save Answer 10. 10 - Ch. 11 (Points: 1) Which of the following is a Positive symptom of schizophrenia? 1. abnormal perceptions or beliefs 2. flat or blunted affect 3. memory loss 4. fugue states Save Answer 11. 11 - Ch. 11 (Points: 1) Julia had symptoms of delusions, hallucinations, and disorganized speech that lasted only 3 days. Most likely her diagnosis will be______________. 1. schizoaffective disorder 2. schizophreniform disorder 3. delusional disorder 4. brief psychotic disorder Save Answer 12. 12 - Ch. 11 (Points: 1)
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Lawrence exhibited delusions and hallucinations for 2 weeks, and also experienced a manic episode following this 2-week period. He continued to experience delusions and hallucinations. Lawrence most likely is exhibiting ____________ 1. mood disorder with psychotic features 2. schizoaffective disorder 3. shared psychotic disorder 4. schizophrenia Save Answer 13. 13 - Ch. 11 (Points: 1) Ken has been experiencing unusual symptoms for approximately 6 weeks. He heard voices, through his television informing him that the state police were after him. He also experienced disorganized behavior and thought disorder. This episode only lasted
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