Microbiology: The new germ theory
This article was about Jillian Banfield and her and two other researchers analyzing
microorganism within the human body. Describing when children are born through the natural
way, that's the way we get most of are mycobac
5 facts about Listeria
Listeria is a common bacteria that infectous many food products that arent probably cooked or
clean and could cause serious harm to individuals and most dangerous to women who are
pregnant. The symptoms of this disease normally is d
Where in the process is this different from aerobic cellular respiration in a bacteria, if at
From what Ive seen and read that bacteria aerobic respiration is pretty much the same but
certain pathways are different than hum
In the causes of the Measles outbreak from 2011 to 2015 there has been a large increase in
individuals being infected with Measles. Within those years for whatever reason the number of
people getting Measles was 50 and suddenly increased t
Ellen Jorgensen: What you need to know about CRISPR
Crisper is a technology that allows the breaking down of dna and some what guide dna in a new
path rearrange the gnome. Yet when the dna is broken the first to arrive to fix the dna would
either try to f
Banana DNA Extraction
Is there any similar procedure that can be replicated with human dna within a lab?
How big would the dna of a banana be compared to a person?
Would the chunks of the banana dna be just pieces of banana surrounding the banana dna or i
Molly Winter: The taboo secret to better health
Molly Winter describes how communities uses treatment plants to reuse fecal matter and urine to
gan water. To water plants, to create drinking water, farmland, washing , and etc. Yet many
people are uncomfor
1. When a physical ailment has no apparent medical cause, doctors may
suspect a _ disorder.
B. somatic symptom disorder
C. chronic pain
2. A person who intentionally produces or fakes physical symptoms simply
out of a wish t
1. The cognitive perspective of panic disorder suggests that its sufferers:
A. are predisposed to paranoia.
B. may be overly sensitive to bodily sensation and misinterpret them.
C. are neurotic.
D. lack ego strength.
2. What disorder may also develop alon
1. After years of preliminary work, a DSM-5 task force and various work groups were
2. This widely used neuropsychological test consists of nine cards, each displaying a
simple design that subjects are asked
1. _ involves using a drug to the point that it affects one's family,
social relationships, and/or work.
A. Substance dependence
B. Substance abuse
C. Substance addiction
D. Substance tolerance
2. Cirrhosis of the liver accounts for approximately _ deaths
1. _ is the most effective treatment for bipolar disorder.
2. People who suffer from symptoms of premenstrual syndrome and
menopause may benefit from which nutraceutical?
A. Gingko biloba
1. A _ assessment would be used to assess unconscious drives and conflicts
that may be at the root of abnormal functioning.
D. brain imaging
2. A diagnostic tool that helps clinicians predict future symptoms or
1. _ are a family of antianxiety drugs that includes diazepam (Valium)
and alprazolam (Xanax).
A. Beta blockers
2. DSM-5 has categorized all of the following as obsessive-compulsive related
1. People with anorexia nervosa are motivated primarily by:
A. the desire to be thin.
C. a preoccupation with food.
D. a death wish.
2. The most popular weight-restoration technique for people suffering from
anorexia nervosa is:
A. forced tube an
1. In a technique called _, patients with hypoactive sexual desire
visualize sexual scenes in order to uncover feelings of anxiety, vulnerability,
and other negative emotions they may have concerning sex.
A. self-instruction training
B. sensate focus
1. MAO inhibitors block the destruction of which neurotransmitter?
2. There is evidence that _ is especially helpful in depression
brought on by social conflicts or changes in careers or social roles
1. _ is credited with developing the learned helplessness theory of
A. Aaron Beck
B. Albert Ellis
C. Martin Seligman
D. Rene Spitz
2. A less disabling form of unipolar depression is known as:
A. manic disorder.
B. bipolar disorder.
1. In 1997, what percentage of undergraduate male college students
reported being dissatisfied with their weight?
A. 15 percent
B. 29 percent
C. 45 percent
D. 52 percent
2. The neurotransmitter that may be associated with eating disorders is:
1. Drugs that attach to endorphin receptor sites and make it impossible for
opioids to have their usual effect are known as:
B. agonist drugs.
C. narcotic antagonists.
2. Which method of ingesting a substance produces t
1. _ is one behavioral approach to treating fetishism.
A. Masturbatory satiation
B. Sleeping with a "snap gauge" band
C. Sensate focus
D. Nondemand pleasuring
2. Measuring _ is useful in assessing whether physical factors are
responsible for male erectile
Comer Abnormal Psychology DSM-5 Ch 14 Quiz 2
1. Circumstantial evidence for the _ theory comes from the
unusually large number of people with schizophrenia born during the winter.
D. family pedigree
2. Which is not
Comer Abnormal Psychology DSM-5 Ch 14 Quiz 1
1. People with schizophrenia experience _, a loss of contact with
2. Andrea Yates suffered from _ psychosis.
Study Guide for Exam 2
Abnormal Psychology 332 Dr. Moyers
READ THIS FIRST: This study guide is provided to help you prepare for the exam. It is
not intended to provide you with the answers for the test, but if you complete this study
(Sternberg 7) Consider what happens when two people with different (or identical) love
styles develop or attempt to develop a love relationship (there is potential humor and
tragedy here!). Your task: Create two (2) profiles or scenarios of two couples us
(Prager 4) Interactions in which infants and their relationship partners together experience
delight and other positive emotions, may create (or fail to create) expectations in that infant
that people can experience positive feelings together. Some have a
(Sternberg 3) What is the goal of the attachment system and what activates it?
The goal of the attachment system has a similar concept as an infant who has an attachment to
their caretaker. There are many steps in a relationship one undergoes. One step is