Module 4 Quiz Questions - 1 What is the peak age of risk...

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1. What is the peak age of risk for depression? Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. 25-44 years B. 45-60 years C. 18-23 years 0% D. 61-75 years General Feedback: Page Ref: 197 Score: 0/0.32 2. Environmental factors that may precipitate major depression include all of the following EXCEPT General Feedback: Page Ref: 207 Score: 0.32/0.32
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3. “If I can’t get an A in this course, I’m not going to apply to graduate school.” This statement typifies which of the following common thinking errors? General Feedback: Page Ref: 211 Score: 0/0.32 4. Epidemiological research tells us that depressive symptoms are more common among women who have few financial resources, are less educated, and are General Feedback: Page Ref: 195 Score: 0.32/0.32
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5. Those in a manic episode usually experience all of the following EXCEPT General Feedback: Page Ref: 191-192 Score: 0/0.32 6. First episodes of major depression are often connected to stressful life events. Recurrent episodes are often General Feedback: Page Ref: 208 Score: 0.32/0.32
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7. ________ is defined as a severe mood disorder characterized by the presence of one or more major depressive episodes. General Feedback: Page Ref: 189 Score: 0/0.32 8. Marne is a 21-year-old male with a history of major depression and previous suicide attempts. How would you categorize his risk of a completed suicide in the future? General Feedback: Page Ref: 200 Score: 0/0.32
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9. According to your authors, dysthymic disorder can best be conceptualized as General Feedback: Page Ref: 190 Score: 0/0.32 10. In the U.S., bipolar disorder rates are highest among General Feedback: Page Ref: 197 Score: 0/0.32 11.
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Which of the following statements about persons who attempt suicide is TRUE? General Feedback: Page Ref: 204 Score: 0/0.32 12. The symptoms of dysthmic disorder are similar to those of major depressive disorder except for General Feedback: Page Ref: 190 Score: 0/0.32 13.
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In children, the symptoms of mania may be close to those of General Feedback: Page Ref: 198 Score: 0/0.32 14. The only FDA-approved drug for an eating disorder is fluoxetine, and it is prescribed for General Feedback: Page Ref: 248 Score: 0/0.32 15. Adolescence and young adulthood are typical periods of risk for eating disorders in that individuals who are perfectionistic, prone to worry, and stressed by change may
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General Feedback: Page Ref: 230-231 Score: 0.32/0.32 16. Psychological features often associated with anorexia nervosa include General Feedback: Page Ref: 228 Score: 0/0.32 17. Select the statement below that is TRUE of amenorrhea and the diagnosis of anorexia nervosa.
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General Feedback: Page Ref: 228 Score: 0/0.32 18. A particularly perplexing clinical feature of anorexia nervosa is the General Feedback: Page Ref: 228 Score: 0/0.32 19. Obese people with binge eating disorder differ from obese persons without the disorder in that the former
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General Feedback: Page Ref: 237-238 Score: 0.32/0.32 20.
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