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SampleExam4(1) - PSYC 1101 Exam 4 Sample Test Fall 2007...

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PSYC 1101 Exam 4 Sample Test Fall 2007 This is a sample exam provided with the intention of assisting you in your study of the material. The primary goal of making this sample exam available is to generate for you a way to begin your studies of the material on the review sheet . Successfully completing this sample exam SHOULD NOT impact the amount of time that you study for the actual exam. Even if you successfully complete this sample exam in terms of number of correct responses, you should still continue to study at the rate you deemed necessary to do well on the actual exam . In other words, this sample exam is intended to ASSIST your studying and should NOT REDUCE the amount of time you study for Exam 4. PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING: The actual exam may differ in difficulty from this sample exam. You are expected to be able to answer factual, conceptual, and applied questions on Exam 4. The actual exam may differ in terms of the number of concepts AND the number of questions per concept on the review sheet than this sample exam.
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1. (p. 537) A chronic state of diffuse or "free-floating" anxiety is most central to the psychological disorder called: A. generalized anxiety disorder. b. panic disorder. c. social phobia. d. agoraphobia.
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2. (p. 588) The fact that ____________ therapy is best suited for treating depression, but a ____________ approach is most effective for treating various anxiety disorders may account for why most therapists are becoming more eclectic in their approaches to therapy. a. cognitive; humanistic b. psychodynamic; cognitive C. cognitive; behavioral d. biological; humanistic 3. (p. 551) According to ____________________, people become depressed when they expect bad things to occur and assume that there is nothing they can do to prevent them. A. learned helplessness theory b. the depressive cognitive triad c. childhood loss/rejection theory d. the depressive attributional pattern 4. (p. 600) The problem of having anxiety symptoms return when treatment is stopped is most problematic for which of the following therapies? a. behavior modification B. antianxiety medications c. cognitive therapy d. rational-emotive therapy 5. (p. 561) Impulsiveness, a lack of guilt, and a lack of emotional attachment to people are all aspects of: A. antisocial personality disorder. b. dissociative identity disorder. c. somatoform disorders. d. paranoid schizophrenia. 6. (p. 547) One of the primary differences between major depression and dysthymia is that: a. dysthymia has more intense depressive symptoms than major depression does. B. dysthymia is chronic and more long-term than major depression. c. major depression includes physical symptoms, whereas dysthymia does not. d. major depression includes mostly cognitive symptoms, whereas dysthymia consists of more motivational symptoms. 7. (p. 600) Tardive dyskinesia is one of the side effects of which of the following drugs?
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