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-5.”(True Answer)Correctx“That's possible. The disorder has been included fromDSM-IV-TR to DSM-5.”Incorrectx“That's not possible—it's neither in the DSM-5, nor is thereany study going on that may lead to including it in the nextedition.”Incorrect2114“Internet use disorder” is not in the DSM-5, but if it isincluded in the next edition, a research-based estimate of thepercentage of people in the United States who would fit thediagnostic criteria would be about:x1 percent. (True Answer)Correctx5 percent. Incorrectx10 percent. Incorrectxover 15 percent. Incorrect2115Which of the following statements MOST accurately reflectswhat is being done in the area of “Internet use disorder” at thepresent time?xnot much; Internet use disorder is not a DSM-5category. Incorrectxalmost nothing; many people use the Internet a lot, but notcompulsively or in a way that seriously affects socialrelationships. Incorrectxa lot; Internet use disorder is a DSM-5 category. Incorrectxa lot; Internet use disorder is not a DSM-5 category, butpeople who meet the disorder's criteria act similarly to those
with gambling disorder, which is in the DSM-5. (True Answer)Correct
1926Define substance use disorder, tolerance, and withdrawal.Utilizing the DSM-5 checklist, discuss the criteria that wouldneed to be present for an individual to receive a substanceabuse disorder diagnosis. Be specific in describing thesymptoms.x1927Alcohol use and misuse have become some of society's greatestproblems. Discuss the following areas: how does alcohol causephysical and psychological dependence?; what are the long-term problems associated with alcohol abuse? Then, describeone widely used form of therapy for those struggling withalcohol abuse.x1928Compare and contrast heroin and cocaine in the followingways: the physiological properties of the drugs; the forms inwhich the drugs are normally taken; the prevalence of abuseof each.x1929Nicotine use and abuse affects around 34 percent ofAmericans. Answer the following questions regarding tobaccoand nicotine addiction: what are the effects of nicotine abuse?why is nicotine abuse so difficult to treat?; what are two (2)treatments for nicotine abuse; and why is smoking cessation sodesirable from a physical perspective?x1930Assume a totally new hallucinogenic drug has just hit thestreets, and you are part of a research team charged withinvestigating the new drug. What information would you wantto gather? How might you begin to assess the impact of thenew drug on society? Assume (unrealistically, of course) yourbudget is practically limitless.x1931What is the allure of the club drug known as Ecstasy? Discussthree of the dangers of using Ecstasy. How does MDMAoperate in the brain?
x1932Marijuana previously was considered a hallucinogen in theDSM-IV-TR but is now in a separate category. First, explainthe differences between hallucinogens and cannabis. Second,discuss why there is a separate listing for “cannabissubstances” (marijuana) in DSM-5. Finally, describe thedangers associated with marijuana use.

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Term
Spring
Professor
JENNIFERLEWIN
Tags
Psychology, Psychiatry, Abnormal Psychology, TESTBANKS, psychoanalytic Incorrect, sociocultural Incorrect

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