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Test 6 Review 1. Ones sense of maleness or femaleness is called a.Gender identity 1. The most common personality characteristic of rapists is a.Impulsivity 1. To be diagnosed with a paraphilia, a person a.Must have acted on the sexual fantasies 1. It was once believed that masturbation caused a.Insanity 1. Social-skills training is most likely to be used in the treatment of a.Rapists 1. Autogynephilia is a.Sexual arousal in a male by the thought or fantasy of being a woman 1. Cross-gender identification is characteristic of a.Gender identity disorder 1. Most female transsexuals a.Have always felt that they should be male 1. Dyspareunia a.Is a disorder involving genital pain associated with intercourse 1. Sexual variants illustrate a theme in abnormal psychology better than any other category of disorder.Which theme? a.The difficulty of defining the boundaries of normal and abnormal 1. Extrapyramidal side effects a.Are involuntary movements that result mainly from taking first-generation antipsychotic drugs 1. Cognitive-behavioral treatment for people with schizophrenia a.Tries to help people question their delusions to help reduce their intensity 1. In genetic studies, a proband or index case is someone who a.Has the disorder of interest 1. Studies or neurocognition have found a.People with schizophrenia are unable to pay attention on demand and dont habituate to stimuli 1. Which of the following could be described as short-term schizophrenia?
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a.Schizophreniform disorder 1. Most boys with gender identity disorder a.Become homosexual adults who no longer wish to change their gender 1. A man who is aroused by the thought of himself as a woman has the paraphilia known as a.Autogynephilia 1. Which of the following is suggested by the effectiveness of second-generation antipsychotics in the treatment of schizophrenia? a.More than one brain area or neurotransmitter is involved in producing the symptoms of schizophrenia 1. The most common form of incest is between a.Brother and sister 1. Which of the following is an example of a negative symptom? a.Emotional unresponsiveness 1. Amphetamine psychosis resembles a.Paranoid schizophrenia 1. ________ often desire master or dominance over their partners, believe that their partners will benefit from sexual contact, and some tend to idealize their partners for their simplicity and innocence. a.Pedophiles 1. Martin has always felt he was really a girl.He dressed in girls clothing as a child and still wants to be a girl.He is sure a mistake was made and that he is inhabiting the wrong body.Martins symptoms suggest a diagnosis of a.Gender identity disorder 1. Angela is 10 and has been a victim of sexual abuse.The short-term effects a.May include fears and sexual inappropriateness, but there is no single response syndrome 1. What do the drugs lupron and Depo-Provera have in common? a.They are drugs used to chemically castrate sex offenders
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2012 for the course PSYC 320 taught by Professor Tai during the Spring '12 term at Tianjin University.

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Copy (2) of w-68748 - Test 6 Review 1. Ones sense of...

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