PSYC 406 Quiz 5 Question 1 of 18 2.0 Points As many as __________% of inpatients may be diagnosed wi

PSYC
406 Quiz 5

Question 1 of 18

2.0 Points

As many as __________% of inpatients may be
diagnosed with borderline personality disorder.

A.20

B.30

C.40

D.50

E.60

Question 2 of 18

2.0
Points

____________________disorder is prevalent in
correctional settings.

A.Dysthymic Personality

B.Sociopathic Personality

C.Antisocial Personality

D.Narcissistic Personality

Question 3 of 18

2.0
Points

DSM-IV-TR includes 12 individual personality
disorders.

A. True

B. False

Question 4 of 18

2.0 Points

Converting DSM personality disorder to a
dimensional model requires integration with the:

A.Trait and Factor Theory

B.5-Factor Model

C.Sociopathological Model

D.Social Constructivist Model

Question 5 of 18

2.0 Points

Personality disorders are generally believed to
be untreatable.

A. True

B. False

Question 6 of 18

2.0
Points

And individual with the characteristics of
aimlessness, unreliability, lax, negligent, manipulative, exploitative,
aggressive, ruthless and hedonistic might be diagnosed with:

A.Narcissistic Personality Disorder

B.Obessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder

C.Borderline Personality Disorder

D.Antisocial Personality Disorder

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Question 7 of 18

2.0 Points

The single most frequently diagnosed personality disorder
is:____________ _______________ ___________.

Question 8 of 18

2.0 Points

Insecure interpersonal attachment is considered to be
central to the etiology and pathology of: ______________ __________________
______________.

Question 9 of 18

2.0 Points

Key to STPD are traits that include magical
ideation, cognitive-perceptual abberrations, and eccentric behaviors.

A. True

B. False

Question 10 of 18

2.0
Points

Somatization is characterized by:

A.similarities in people
according to skin color

B.differences in people
according to external biological features

C.the possibility of
suffering from a yet undiagnosed physical disease.

D.All of the
above

Question 11 of 18

2.0
Points

The presence of neurological
symptoms of disorder without medical substantiation may be indicative of:

A.conversion disorder

B.dymorphic disorder

C.pain disorder

D.hypochondriasis

Question 12 of 18

2.0 Points

Hypochondriasis is,
traditionally:

A.consider different by
clinicians

B.difficult to treat

C.easy to treat

D.maniacally based

Question 13 of 18

2.0
Points

Interventions for BDD
might include changing avoidance behaviors.

A.
True

B.
False

Question 14 of 18

2.0 Points

Somatofrom disorder
treatment programs and outcomes may be enhanced by an improved
____________________ understanding of these problems.

Question 15 of 18

2.0
Points

A common perception of healthcare
providers is that those with a somatoform disorder are a
“____________________.”

A.joy to be around

B.taking psychotropics

C.expected to be psychotic

D.pain in the
neck