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3.Arianna has stopped washing her hair, going to the grocery store, going to work, and talking to people. Several of her friends and family members are concerned about these changes. Based on this information alone, which criterionfor a psychological disorder does Arianna failto meet?A.maladaptivityC.personal distressB.deviation from social normsD.impairment of social relationshipsANS:C
DIF:ModerateREF:14.1 Psychopathology Is Different from Everyday ProblemsOBJ:14.1ANAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC:Applying4.In determining whether a behavior indicates psychopathology, which of the following questions is NOT an important criterion?
DIF:EasyREF:14.1 Psychopathology Is Different from Everyday ProblemsOBJ:14.1ANAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC:Remembering5.Terence, who was born and raised in a middle-class neighborhood in the United States, has not been out of the housein about two weeks. He is fearful that if he goes outside, people will follow him. Also, he swore at and verbally threatened a neighbor who checked in on him out of concern. Which of the following statements about Terence’s behavior is FALSE?
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DIF:EasyREF:14.1 Psychopathology Is Different from Everyday ProblemsOBJ:14.1ANAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in Psychology | APA Goal 2, Scientific Inquiry and Critical Thinking MSC:Applying6.The first categorization of mental disorders developed out of:
DIF:ModerateREF:14.1 Psychological Disorders Are Classified into CategoriesOBJ:14.1BNAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC:Remembering7.To help create accurate diagnoses, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual:A.describes disorders in terms of observable symptoms.B.classifies each disorder as either “neurotic” or “psychotic.”C.groups disorders by the theorist who discovered them.D.groups disorders first by culture, then by severity.ANS:A
DIF:ModerateREF:14.1 Psychological Disorders Are Classified into CategoriesOBJ:14.1BNAT:APA Goal 1, Knowledge Base in PsychologyMSC:Understanding

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