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Unformatted text preview: left for work. Her experience is most symptomatic of: a. panic disorder. b. obsessive-compulsive disorder. c. generalized anxiety disorder. d. bipolar disorder. 4. The suggestion that dissociative identity disorder symptoms are created as defenses against the anxiety caused by one's own unacceptable impulses best illustrates the: a. psychoanalytic perspective. b. biopsychosocial approach. c. medical model. d. social-cognitive perspective. 5. Low levels of anxiety are most characteristic of: a. antisocial personality disorder. b. dissociative identity disorder. c. obsessive-compulsive disorder. d. major depressive disorder....
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