3230 Test 4 - 1. Family therapy for anorexia appears to be...

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1. Family therapy for anorexia appears to be most effective when it is used to treat a. adole scent s. b. adult s. c. men. d. those with como rbid depre ssive and/o r anxie ty symp toms.
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2. What would be most helpful to a person with pain disorder? a. Stayi ng physi cally activ e despi te the pain. b. Restr ictin g physi cal activi ty as much as possi ble. c. Getti ng a great deal of symp athy and attent ion. d. Bein g allow ed to avoid unple asant tasks while he or she is in pain.
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3. Octavia has been diagnosed with dissociative identity disorder (DID). She has seventeen different "alters," which are strikingly different from her host personality. Some of her alters are not full personalities, but fragments and memories. Some of the alters are children. What aspect of this case is unusual? a. It is unus ual for a perso n with DID to have seve nteen alters . b. It is unus ual for a perso n with DID to have alters that are very differ ent from the host perso nalit y. c. It is unus ual for a perso n with DID to have frag ment
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4. The text presented the case of Mary Kendall, who suffered from dissociative identity disorder. She is typical of individuals with this disorder in that a. she has perio ds of "lost time. " b. was socia lly inept as a child . c. she was awar e of her separ ate perso naliti es prior to begin ning treat ment . d. tende d to expre ss her emot ional distre ss in comp laints about her body .
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5. Catastrophizing about minor bodily sensations is characteristic of individuals with both a. hypo chon driasi s and soma tizati on disor der. b. hypo chon driasi s and conv ersio n disor der. c. disso ciativ e fugu e and soma tizati on disor der. d. disso ciativ e fugu e and conv ersio n disor der.
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6. Which of the following is true of opposite sex alters in DID? a. They are rare. b. They are quite com mon. c. Whe n they do occur , they usual ly assu me the role of host. d. They occur most com monl y when sexu al abus e has occur red.
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7. After learning of her father's death, Sophia felt dazed and confused but still retained her sense of self. When speaking of her response to the news, she said she felt like she was in a movie watching the events happening to her. Despite this strange feeling, she understood what was happening and did the things that she needed to do. What can be said of Sophia's response to her father's death? a. Her respo nse is not typic al and sugg ests that she is suffe ring from acute stress disor der. b. She exper ience d an insta nce of derea lizati on. c. She had a psyc hotic break . d. She exper ience an insta nce of deper sonal izatio n.
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Which of the following appears to be an enduring personality trait of people who are susceptible to developing an eating disorder? a.
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3230 Test 4 - 1. Family therapy for anorexia appears to be...

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