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3230 Test 1 - Actual Test Spring 2010 1 What does the case...

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Actual Test – Spring 2010
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1. What does the case of JGH, a Native American elder, illustrate? a. Alco holis m has long lastin g effec ts on moo d and beha vior, even when drink ing has cease d. b. A perso n may focus on soma tic symp toms, rathe r than moo d, when depre ssed. c. Depr essio n is not unive rsal. d. The symp toms of some
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2. Why is it dangerous to make conclusions based on case studies? a. Case studi es can provi de little infor mati on about a disor der. b. Few patie nts are willi ng to be used as case studi es. c. It is uneth ical. d. Conc lusio ns base d on so little data are likel y to be flawe d.
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3. Witmer is credited with a. estab lishin g psyc holo gy as a field in the Unite d State s. b. bring ing psyc hoan alysi s to the Unite d State s. c. writi ng the first psyc holo gy text. d. being the foun der of clinic al psyc holo gy.
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4. A common treatment for mental illness during the Middle Ages in Europe was
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5. Which method for studying genetic influences fails to control for the possible effect of sharing a common environment?
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6. According to the DSM-IV's definition of mental disorder, impairment in one or more areas of functioning (disability)
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7. Reuptake of neurotransmitters is a. the proce ss by whic h neur otran smitt ers are repea tedly relea sed into the syna pse. b. the proce ss by whic h neur otran smitt ers are reabs orbe d by the axon. c. the proce ss by whic h neur otran smitt ers stimu late the post- syna ptic neur on to fire.
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8. Behaviorism was a. a reacti on to what the beha viori sts perce ived as a lack of scien tific rigor in psyc hoan alysi s. b. a reacti on to the lack of mora l and spirit ual facto rs in most theor ies at the time. c. an attem pt to focus on the think ing style s of peopl e with
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9. Which one of the following increased the availability of treatment for the mentally ill in the United States?
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