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2. Dennis fears and strenuously avoids storms. Not surprisingly, on his first ocean going cruise, he found that deep water terrified him, too. (e) natural environment . 3. Rita was comfortable at the zoo until the old terror gripped her at the insect display. (c) animal phobia 4. Armando would love to eat fish with his fishing buddies but he experiences an inordinate fear of choking on a bone. (f) other. . 5. John had to give up his dream of becoming a surgeon because he faints at the sight of bloods. (a) blood-injection-injury . 6. Rachel turned down several lucrative job offers that involved public speaking and took a low-paying desk job instead. (d) social . 7. Farrah can’t visit her rural friends because of her fear of snakes. (c) animal phobia . 5.5: Match the correct preliminary diagnosis with the cases below: (a) posttraumatic stress disorder, (b) acute stress disorder, and (c) delayed onset posttraumatic stress disorder. 1.b; 2.a; 3.c 1. Judy witnessed a horrific tornado level her farm 3 weeks ago. Since then, she’s had many flashbacks of the incident, trouble sleeping, and a fear of going outside in storms. (b) acute stress disorder . .
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2. Jack was involved in a car accident 6 weeks ago in which the driver of the other car was killed. Since then, Jack has been unable to get into a car because it brings back the horrible scene he witnessed. Nightmares of the incident haunt him and interfere with his sleep. He is irritable and has lost interest in his work and hobbies. (a) posttraumatic stress disorder . 3. Patricia was raped at the age of 17, 30 years ago. Just recently, she has been having flashbacks of the event, difficulty sleeping and fear of sexual contact with her husband. (c) delayed onset posttraumatic stress disorder. . . 5.6: Fill in the blanks to form facts about OCD. 1. obsessions; 2. compulsions; 3. 1.6%; 4. psychosurgery 1. Obsessions are intrusive and nonsensical thoughts, images, or urges an individual tries to eliminate or suppress 1. The practices of washing, counting, and checking to suppress obsessions and provide relief are called compulsions. . 1. The lifetime prevalence of OCD is approximately 1.6% . or even lower. 1. Psychosurgery . is a radical treatment for OCD involving a surgical lesion to the cingulate bundle. CHAPTER 7 7.1: Match each description or case by choosing its corresponding disorder: (a) mania, (b) double depression, (c) persistent depressive disorder, (d) major depressive episode, and (e) bipolar I disorder. 1. Last week, as he does about every 3 months, Ryan went out with his friends, buying rounds of drinks, socializing until early morning, and feeling on top of the world. Today Ryan will not even get out of bed to go to work, see his friends, or even turn on the lights. (e) bipolar I disorder.
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2. Feeling certain he would win the lottery, Charles went on an all-night shopping spree, maxing out all his credit cards without a worry. We know he’s done this several times, feeling abnormally extreme elation, joy, and euphoria. (a) mania 3. Ayana has had some mood disorder problems in the past, although some days she’s better than others. Many days it seems like she has fallen into a rut. Although she manages to get by, she has trouble making decisions because she doesn’t trust herself.
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