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1 Chapter 13--Study Guide Student: 1. Neuroleptic medications are less effective against negative symptoms of schizophrenia. Which of the following is a negative symptom? A. delusions B. hallucinations C. loose associations D. flat affect E. all of the above are positive symptoms 2. Which of the following is NOT a negative symptom of schizophrenia? A. flat affect B. alogia C. tangentiality D. anhedonia E. all of the above are negative symptoms 3. The subtype of schizophrenia in which delusions and hallucinations have themes is A. catatonic type. B. disorganized type. C. paranoid type. D. undifferentiated type. 4. The behaviors displayed in ,,,, of schizophrenia primarily involve motor behavior disruptions. A. catatonic type B. disorganized type C. paranoid type D. undifferentiated type 5. Individuals with ,,,, tend not to have flat affect or anhedonia, but may become socially isolated because of their suspicions of others. A. brief psychotic disorder B. schizophreniform disorder C. schizophrenia, disorganized type D. delusional disorder
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2 6. Delusions experienced by those with delusional disorder tend to be ; delusions experienced by those with schizophrenia tend to be . A. impossible; at least possible B. at least possible; impossible C. vivid; vague D. vague; vivid 7. Grandpa has us all worried and, frankly, scared. He has suddenly become suspicious of everyone and has some wild ideas about needing to protect himself from his loving family. His doctor has ruled out drugs and brain disease and suggests a psychological diagnosis: A. delusional disorder. B. schizophrenia. C. schizoaffective disorder. D. brief psychotic disorder. E. none of the above 8. According to one study on the relapse rates of schizophrenia, approximately of people who have one episode of schizophrenia will have no lasting impairments or further episodes. A. 92% B. 72% C. 52% D. 22% 9. The 48% concordance rate of schizophrenia in identical (monozygotic) twins, who share 100% of their genetic information, tells us that A. schizophrenia is not a purely genetic disorder. B. schizophrenia is not a purely environmentally-controlled disorder. C. environmental influences play some role in schizophrenia. D. genetic influences play some role in schizophrenia. E. all of the above 10. We need to use caution when drawing conclusions from family and twin studies of schizophrenia, because A. researchers study only their own families. B. individuals with schizophrenia are often taken away from their families. C. when people share environments as well as genes, it is difficult to separate out the influences of each. D. none of the above
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3 11. The most common type of hallucination that individuals with schizophrenia experience is A. visual. B. auditory.
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