PSYCH Exam 2 - TEST 2 Psychology 1113 Final Exam Name: _...

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TEST 2 Psychology 1113 Final Exam Name: __________________________ Date: _____________ 1. Pat finds herself worrying about most things in her life from whether her children are safe drivers to making the right decision on refinancing her home, what to fix for dinner, and whether her husband is faithful. Pat's worrying has begun to interfere with her sleep, and she consistently feels “amped” up. Pat more than likely has which of the following disorders? A) phobia B) obsessive-compulsive disorder C) general anxiety disorder D) panic disorder 2. Specific events or chronic pressures that place demands on us or threaten our well-being are called: A) stressors. B) weights. C) fight-or-flight stimuli. D) general adaptation syndromes. 3. Ben constantly thinks and worries about things being contaminated and/or messy. Ben is experiencing what can be defined as a(n): A) personality disorder. B) obsession. C) compulsion. D) dissociative state. 4. Mike lives in Canada and experiences a period of depression each winter. Mike probably has: A) SAD. B) hormone imbalance. C) bipolar disorder. D) dysthymia. Page 1
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5. In the movie Awakenings, patients' bodies were “frozen” for many years. They showed no movement of any kind, and it was possible to put the body parts of some patients in various positions without opposition. These symptoms indicate a disorder known as: A) catatonia. B) hallucinations. C) delusions. D) emotional withdrawal. 6. The mental disorder with the highest heritability rate is: A) schizophrenia. B) phobic disorder. C) bipolar disorder. D) borderline personality disorder. 7. A side effect that occurs with long-term use of antipsychotic drugs is a condition of involuntary movements of the mouth, face, and extremities called: A) iatrogenic illness. B) tardive dyskinesia. C) reflex synesthesia. D) spasmodic tics. 8. An emotional and physiological reaction to an emergency that increases readiness for action is called a(n): A) fight-or-flight response. B) general adaptation syndrome. C) resistance. D) exhaustion. 9. The phase of the general adaptation syndrome in which the body shuts down unnecessary processes like digestion and sex drive is called: A) resistance. B) reaction. C) alarm. D) exhaustion.
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10. If the immune system is compromised by stressful events, all the following might be expected to happen except: A) increased resistance to colds. B) increased susceptibility to colds. C) less resistance to illness. D) slower healing of wounds. 11. Which of the following is known as a “last resort” treatment for severe depression? A) cingulotomy B) anterior capsulotomy C) electroconvulsive shock treatment (ECT) D) lobotomy 12. Antipsychotic medications work well on ________ symptoms associated with schizophrenia but are less effective on _______ symptoms. A)
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course PSYCH 1113 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Oklahoma State.

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PSYCH Exam 2 - TEST 2 Psychology 1113 Final Exam Name: _...

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