1. Ahmid is experiencing some significant emotional changes for no apparent reason. According to
Wakefield, this signals a mental disorder if the condition results from some internal dysfunction and:
a) He also suffers significant physical distress
1. What is anhedonia in schizo patients?
a. Severe speech disturbance
b. A lack of emotional response
c. The inability to experience pleasure
d. Strong feelings of ambivalence
2. One of the classical, early antipsychotics use was _ (p. 355)
Chapter 5 Test Review
1. The DSM-IV-TR describes subtypes of mood disorders by considering _ and _.
a. Diagnosis specifiers; course specifiers
b. Episode specifiers; course specifiers
c. Episode specifiers; symptoms specifiers
Mood disorders are defined
1. Patients with _ typically have delusions that could happen in real life, such as being
followed or poisoned.
a. Brief psychotic disorder
b. Schizoaffective disorder
c. Delusional disorder
d. Undifferentiated schizo
2. Anna reports that she is afraid so
1. Approximately what percent of schizophrenic patients commit suicide?
2. In schizophrenic patients, most hallucinations are _
3. The tendency of some schizophrenic patients to say
EXAM 2 REVIEW
Chapter 4 Test Review
1. Andrews clinical research focuses on the incidence of schizophrenia in families,
particularly as it relates to the age of symptom onset and symptom triggers. Andrew can
be said to be concerned with _ in his research.
1. MRI studies of schizophrenia have determined that
a. Some ppl with schizo have smaller than normal lateral ventricles
b. The disorder is not associated with abnormalities in one specific brain region
or in one particular type of nerve cell
c. There is
Exam 2 Essay Questions
Describe the multiaxial system of DSM-IV and its components (give examples of what might appear
on each axis your examples must be appropriate for each axis). (10 pts)
The multi-axial system as explained in the DSM-IV-TR consists of
1. Compare and contrast the follow therapeutic techniques. Which use directive methods with
a. Psychodynamic and humanistic
b. Cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic
c. Biological and humanistic
d. Biological and cognitive-behavioral
1. _ can increase the risk for psychological disorders because it exposes children to serious stressors,
such as gruesome traumas and chemical toxins.
a. Urban life
c. Suburban life
d. Rural life
2. What does the biopsychosocial model
Chapter 6 Exam Study
1. What are the common side effects of benzodiazepines?
a. Food cravings, weight gain, and high blood pressure
b. Hyperactivity, insomnia, and overstimulation
c. Sedation, dry mouth, and overstimulation
d. Sedation with mild psychomot