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chapter_5--anxiety_disorder - Chapter 5-Anxiety Disorders...

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1 Chapter 5--Anxiety Disorders Key 1. Which of the following characterizes the mood-state known as anxiety? A. positive mood state B. reduced heart rate C. apprehension about the future D. muscle relaxation 2. Anxiety is closely related to which of the following psychological disorders? 3. The “flight or fight“ response that is triggered by anxiety primarily involves the **** nervous system. 4. “I’ve got to get out of here right now, or I may not make it!“ This statement is most likely to be said by someone experiencing a(n): 5. According to the textbook, the experience of fear can be described as a(n): A. immediate emotional reaction to danger B. type of claustrophobia C. neurotic response D. culturally specific phenomenon 6. People behave best when they are:
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2 7. When people are anxious they: 8. Anxiety is thought to be a(n) **** state while fear is more ****. 9. Which of the following is not a basic type of panic attack? A. situation bound B. unexpected C. situation predisposed D. situation inevitable 10. Fear activates a: 11. Research suggests that we inherit a tendency to be tense which is: 12. Which of the following brain areas is not closely associated with anxiety? 13. The behavioral inhibition system is activated by signals from the: A. brain stem B. hypothalamus C. hippocampus D. cortex
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3 14. Research suggests that anxiety is more likely to develop in adults if they:
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