The development of sexual orientation appears to be based primarily on one's biology
Biological sex and gender identity do not match is referred to as gender dysphoria
Some disorders, such as transvestic disorder, are very common an
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Explain functional impairment of CSD and natural hallucinogens
Describe some of the physical and neurological problems children but
in with fetal alcohol syndrome have.
What is the difference between mild substance
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- Effects that nicotine has on the body include all but:
o Heart rate decreased
o Dopamine released in brain
o Epinephrine release from adrenal glands
o Insulin output from pancreas suppressed
- Which of the following
- If using deceit in a study, you must inform your participants as soon as possible without
affecting the experiment. (True)
- The CNS consists of the nerves and ganglia outside of the brain and spinal cord. (False)
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Fill in the Blank
- People who suffer from _ have a higher suicide rate than those who suffer
from schizophrenia or major depression.
o Body Dysmorphic Disorder
- Based on current available data, what appears to be inherited is a gene
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Multiple Choice Questions
Beta waves dominate our brain activity in which sleep stage?
What is the degree of change on how much a patients symptoms have been reduced?
- Who is Pierre Briquet?
o Father of psychology
o First to identify ficticous disorder
o First to identify somatic symptom disorder
o First to identify conversion disorder
- Physical or psychological signs or symptoms of illness a
- Which item is not a criteria for Persistent Depressive Disorder?
o Low energy or fatigue
o Insomnia or hypersomnia
o Feelings of hopelessness
- What disorder was formerly known as manic-depressive disorder?
Chapter One Study Questions
1. Distinguish between abnormal and eccentric
2. Discuss downward drift
3. Describe the difference between Galen and Hippocrates explanation of hysteria
4. Name two influential people in the history of the treatment of
Psychologists measure how thin their patients are by calculating BMI.
Anorexia is an invisible eating disorder.
Anorexia nervosa is a serious condition marked by a restriction of energy intake relative to
needed enery requirements,